1 hr ago | Burton Mail
Neil Sellers, who sits on Castle Gresley Parish Council, branded the 'White Lady' wooded area as an 'accident waiting to happen' if major improvements were not made in the near future.
6 hrs ago | Sheffield Telegraph
Sheffield's 2 billion Streets Ahead scheme to upgrade roads and footpaths has created 250 jobs so far - and the number of local firms hired for highways maintenance has almost trebled.
7 hrs ago | Ashbourne News Telegraph
Although not many people know that Swadlincote was the home of this very special motor car, Gail Archer, manager of Swadlincote Tourist Information Centre does.
11 hrs ago | UTV
Lynda is back at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire, Larry Lamb goes on a literary walk in Stratford-upon-Avon, and James Tanner cooks a Sunday lunch of roast pork with black treacle.
15 hrs ago | BBC News
The lawyer for Mairead Philpott, who killed her six children in a fire, said she will appeal against her jail term.
18 hrs ago | International Business Times
The scientist behind the 1996 cloning of Dolly the Sheep killed himself by accident after a drunken argument with his wife, an inquest heard.
It is currently the annual Local Newspaper Week - a chance to throw the spotlight on the key role played by the 'Tiser in the community it serves.
SureCore Ltd. , a startup semiconductor IP company, has received U.K. government support to help it focus on low-power physical IP for next-generation silicon manufacturing processes.
It has traditionally been a mother's duty to guide their daughter when the time comes for her to choose her first bra.
A RAPE and sexual assault victims' charity has issued a plea as it attempts to try to recruit volunteers to do 'vital work'. The Burton Sexual Assault and Rape Advice Centre offers counselling services to victims of sex crimes and domestic abuse and is now on the look out for people who can man phone lines or even offer face-to-face support to ... (more)
The fight was due to provide a "show-stopper" end to Bakewell's first baking festival, to be held on 8 to 9 June.
POLICE officers have spoken to the owners of a South Derbyshire post office about frequent traffic violations taking place outside the premises.
A custard pie fight has been cancelled - because no insurer will cover the 'dangerous' event that is classified as a 'sport'. The flan flinging free-for-all was scheduled to close the first Bakewell Baking Festival, held in the Derbyshire town which is home to the famous cherry-topped cake.
Thomas Lewis Doyle, 19, Manton Crescent, Worksop. Stole various items from the rear of a property.
The two-platform station will have waiting shelters, a 150-space car park, cycle storage, bus stop, drop-off point and a taxi rank.
Michael Smith, now 71, was manager of Matlock market and used to sell jewellery there at the time of the offences.