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Boozed-up man launched a vicious attack on his partner in the street

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Mark Swinhoe.

Derbyshire man who died after Loughborough stabbing named

Crime
Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Drink-drive offender was spotted driving through a red light

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The A38 near Alfreton and Cotes Park was shut last night as emergency services cleaned up a diesel spill

Alfreton A38 open after diesel tank ruptured on carriageway

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Fraudster is put behind bars for trying to cash a fake cheque

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More concerns over business rates after Chesterfield bar shuts

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Increase in drug dealing arrests in Chesterfield

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Well-known columnist praises Chesterfield’s Pomegranate Theatre and young actor

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Fire crews attended the call out

Roof cut off car to free trapped Stretton motorist

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Son assaulted his mum as she tried to stop him from damaging someone’s home

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Heavy traffic after collision on A38

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Temperatures are set to drop later in the week.

Very cold weather is about to hit Derbyshire - but DON'T warm up your car engines

Transport
Police accident (stock image).

Three injured in two car crash on major Derbyshire road

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Police accident (stock image).

Six vehicle accident closes major Derbyshire road

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Boozed-up man launched a vicious attack on his partner in the street

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Mark Swinhoe.

Derbyshire man who died after Loughborough stabbing named

Crime
Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Drink-drive offender was spotted driving through a red light

News
Collins Gwinyai Munadzo, 24, of Honford Road, Manchester, has been jailed for eight weeks after he committed fraud at Cashbrokers, on Middle Pavement, Chesterfield.

Fraudster is put behind bars for trying to cash a fake cheque

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VIDEO: 15-year-old boy lobbying to have homework scrapped in secondary schools

Education
The deadline for applications is January 15.

Deadline approaching for Derbyshire parents to apply for primary school places

Education
Mike Joseph who has set up a water-powered generator with the help of local school children to power the village Christmas lights.

Bradwell village switch on hydroelectric Christmas lights in UK first

Derbyshire

WATCH: Children perform special song about Derbyshire

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More concerns over business rates after Chesterfield bar shuts

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Thousands of Carillion staff face an uncertain future.

Derbyshire workers await news as Carillion enters liquidation

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Lee Burgin's resignation from Oakleigh Homes comes after he was disqualified from being a company director for five years.

Businessman resigns as director of controversial Derbyshire company

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New Look

New Look stores in Derbyshire could be under threat as retailer looks to save on rent costs

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Fly tipping Friday - mountains of rubbish set to be dumped today

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How can you recycle your Christmas waste?

How to recycle your Christmas waste

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Fly-tippers appear to have ignored warnings not to dump festive waste at closed centre

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2017: The year through the lens of our readers

Environment
Mike Joseph who has set up a water-powered generator with the help of local school children to power the village Christmas lights.

Bradwell village switch on hydroelectric Christmas lights in UK first

Derbyshire

New chief revealed for Chesterfield’s Ashgate Hospicecare

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Fifty3degrees

£1,000 gym prizes up for grabs!

Health
East Midlands Ambulance Service crews were involved in 90 non-fault collisions in just eight months.

Warning to motorists after ambulance crews were involved in 90 non-fault collisions

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Lurcher Master Arrow is recovering from treatment by Vets Now in Alfreton after eating a bag of sultanas which made him seriously ill.

Alfreton vets save dog’s life after toxic sultanas damage kidneys

Derbyshire

REVEALED: What you think about video technology in football

Offbeat

VIDEO: How to workout with your dog

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Police

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Fly-tipping costs the country millions of pounds each year

SEEING RED: Why can’t we deal with rubbish properly in this country?

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COLUMN: How to help animals in winter weather

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Jonathan Corbishley

There is great local support for our town’s businesses

Opinion
Dunhill Namiki Maki-e lacquer fountain pen sold for �2,900.

COLUMN: Decorative pen fetches a pretty penny

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