Annual drink-drive campaign launched
High Peak residents are being asked to report drivers they know have got behind the wheel after a festive tipple as part of Derbyshire police's annual Christmas drink drive campaign.
Glossop Tories accuse Labour of misleading public
Glossopdale Tory councillors have hit out their Labour counterparts and accused them of hypocrisy over the High Peak Local Plan.
Glossop boozy bandit banned from Bargain Booze
A Glossop woman went on a drunken spree in an off-licence, raiding the fridges, throwing chocolate coins at staff and kicking the manager, a court heard.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Have your say on ward boundaries
There's still time for High Peak residents to tell the independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England where they think new ward boundaries should be drawn across the borough.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
New Mills apartments plan is refused
The application was for two separate blocks of two-bedroomed apartments, one three storeys high and one two storeys high on land at Hayfield Road.
Chapel-en-le-Frith crane firm's key role in Scottish shipyard regeneration
Fabrication bays at Rosyth Dockyard have been fitted with multiple heavy lift cranes ranging in capacity from ten to 35 tonnes.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Drunk man refused to give officers his name
Police had been called to a man causing trouble outside an address on High Street, Buxton, at around 7.40pm on September 22, High Peak Magistrates' Court heard.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Glossop councillors slam changes to local plan
Cllrs Anthony McKeown, Bob McKeown, Edward Siddall, Ellie Wilcox, Colin Waude, Graham Oakley, Godfrey Claff and Garry Parvin at Adderley Place, one of the controversial green areas that could be included within the local plan.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Entries set to open for 2014 Buxton Fringe
Sunday's celebration, between 6pm and 8pm, will mark the launch of the application process for performers wishing to take part in the 2014 arts showcase.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Chief Constable's tribute to Tim Frohwein
Derbyshire's Chief Constable Mick Creedon has paid tribute to Chief Inspector Tim Frohwein, who was found dead on the moors above the Goyt Valley over the weekend.
Walkers are welcome in New Mills
The New Mills Walkers Are Welcome steering group celebrate becoming the first town in the High Peak to achieve full membership Walkers are definitely welcome in New Mills - which has become the first town in the High Peak to achieve the status.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Dickensian Market boost for mayoral charities
Town crier Bill Weston, High Peak Mayor Tony Kemp, Glynis Kirk and members of Fairfeild Guides at last weekend's Dickensian Market in Buxton.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Cancer services move is "vandalism"
Health watchdogs are investigating whether rules were broken over the commissioning of specialised cancer surgery services in Stockport and Greater Manchester.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
19 New Overhead Cranes from Street Crane for Babcock's Revitalised Rosyth Facility
Babcock Marine, operator of the former Naval Dockyard at Rosyth, has taken delivery of 19 new overhead travelling cranes from Street Crane Company.
North County Public Radio
$12 million to restore Whiteface Memorial Highway
During his visit to the Adirondacks yesterday, Governor Cuomo announced that New York will spend 12-million dollars refurbishing Whiteface Memorial Highway in Wilmington.
VIDEO: High Peak folk help to raise cash for Pudsey
Across the borough, people of all ages have been taking part in a variety of fundraising activities as part of the annual Children in Need appeal, which raised a record A 31 million.
Fears for policeman missing from home
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the well being of Buxton man Tim Frohwein who has not been seen since Sunday.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Derby Shire Times
Glossop drink driver forgets car crash
Anthony Murphy pleaded guilty to driving while over the limit and failing to stop after a road accident, but told High Peak Magistrates on Monday he couldn't recall what had happened.
Derby Shire Times
Join the Derbyshire Heathcare NHS Foundation Trust
Members of Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust are being urged to get involved with the opportunity of influencing and shaping the way in which healthcare is provided.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Your Leek Paper
Workshop on funding
A FREE half-day workshop is being held 9.30am to 12.30pm on Tuesday, December 10, on how to apply for arts funding with an emphasis on the Arts Council 'Grants for Arts'.