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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Boozy cash-strapped son smashed father’s shed after money row

A booze-fuelled son damaged his father’s shed after he had been trying to borrow money from him.

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Ken Tut with his Rolls Royce.

Tributes paid to Bolsover legend Ken Tut who has died

Tributes have been paid to a well-known Bolsover man who has passed away

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Derbyshire pervert used customers’ broadband to download extreme images of animals and children

A carpet fitter has been jailed for more than three years after admitting to a catalogue of sexual offences – including possessing “extreme” images of animals and children.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court

Thug back-handed and kicked estranged wife after smashing into her home

A thug smashed his way into his estranged wife’s home before back-handing and kicking her.

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Court report.

Man jailed for kicking car after he was accused of being a noisy biker

A man kicked his neighbour’s car four or five times after she had complained that he had been riding a motorcycle up and down the street in the early hours of the morning.

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Daniel Fenn-Dawkins.

DO NOT APPROACH: Prisoner on the run from Derbyshire's open prison

An offender has escaped from Derbyshire's open prison.
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Life Through a Lens finalists and winners pictured with Krishna Parma, centre, the director of Specsavers in Ilkeston and Ashley Booker, fourth right, from the Ilkeston Advertiser, after the presentation of prizes on Monday evening. They are from left, David Cook, Matt Crouch, Helen Bird, Krishna Parma, Ashley Booker, Nigel Downes, David Fairclough and Simon Robinson.

Ilkeston photographer David wins Life Thru The Lens competition

An Ilkeston father-of-two is celebrating after winning the ‘Tiser’s Specsavers Life Thru The Lens photographic competition.

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Stephen Eyre on the opening day of his new micro pub in Walton

Take a look inside Chesterfield’s newest pub

The first pint has been pulled at Chesterfield’s newest bar, which opened for business this week.

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16-year-old Olivia Windle who has juvenile batten disease.

More than £3,000 raised for teen with rare genetic condition

More than £3,000 has been raised for a teenager who has a rare genetic condition.

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Queens Park Chesterfield

Five parks and open spaces ‘among the best’ in the country

Five parks and open spaces have retained their prestigious Green Flag awards for another year, meaning they are among the best in the country.

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Fire service has important safety advice for parents

Fire service has important safety advice for parents

Concerns over the safety of young people seeking summer fun have prompted the fire service to urge parents and carers to keep close watch on what their youngsters are up to.

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Members of Can Samba lead the procession through Tupton on Saturday.

VIDEO: Tupton dazzles on carnival day

Tupton was awash with colour on Saturday as families turned out in force for the summer carnival.

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Police want to say thank you to the man who helped.

Did you stop to help a broken down vehicle on this Derbyshire road?

Police are trying to trace a driver who stopped to help a broken down van and trailer on the Via Gellia road - so they can thank them.
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Sam Haddock who is organising a charity rugby match in aid of disabled sport.

Derbyshire youngster’s sport for all showcase

A sport-mad schoolboy from Castleton is to host a rugby tournament to spread the word about disabled sport.

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Police are urging residents to be vigilant.

Rogue traders circulating on Chesterfield streets

Police have received a number of reports about suspected rogue traders in Chesterfield.

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The Elm Tree Inn in Heath

FOOD REVIEW: Elm Tree Inn, Heath

It’s difficult to believe the Elm Tree is just yards away from the busy A617 linking Chesterfield with the M1 motorway.

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Police are urging drivers to make sure they are fully legal before they get behind the wheel.

Car associated with 'nuisance driving' taken off Chesterfield's roads

An uninsured car has been taken off the roads by police in Chesterfield.

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Ripley drivers urged to lock their vehicles after thefts

Drivers in Ripley are being reminded to lock their vehicles following a number of recent thefts in the area.

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Anti-fracking protesters in Danesmoor.

HGV 'driven straight into' fracking protester in Danesmoor

Police say they are 'looking into' claims that a lorry collided with an anti-fracking protester in Danesmoor

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