Christmas arrives in style, complete with pit for snowball fights!

A giant pit, where families can enjoy playful snowball-fights, is a sparkling Christmas attraction this year at one of the most popular shopping venues in the district.

Bakewell market is streets ahead of counterparts in other Derbyshire Dales towns.

Council announce changes to try and save three town stall markets

Derbyshire Dales District Council have agreed a series of measures in the hope of saving three stall markets currently operating at a loss.


Chesterfield restaurant under new ownership

One of Chesterfield's best-known restaurants has entered an exciting new era.
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Chesterfield pub to hold re-opening party

New life is being breathed into a pub in Chesterfield.
The All Saints Tap.

All Saints Tap owners insist food hygiene standards have improved

A business couple insist food hygiene standards have improved at their venue in Chesterfield - two months after inspectors raised concerns.

The firm has been sold as part of a pre-packaged deal.

Jobs saved as Derbyshire firm is rescued out of administration

All 18 jobs have been saved at a Staveley engineering firm after it was bought out of administration by an existing director.

The product is on sale at Aldi.

Aldi recalls nuts - due to presence of nuts

Aldi has recalled its Clancy’s Barbecue Flavour Coated Peanuts because they contain cashew nuts, which are undeclared on the label.

Administrators are working to sell off parts of the business.

Derbyshire firm's assets up for sale after it collapses into administration

Assets belonging to a long-running Derbyshire firm which has gone into administration are up for sale.


VIDEO: The best in commerce and industry celebrated at Derbyshire Times Business Awards 2017

It was a night of celebration for Chesterfield firm Thermotex Engineering at the Derbyshire Times Business Awards.

Collision causes long delays at M1 junction 29 northbound

Collision causes long delays at M1 junction 29 northbound

There are long delays on the M1 following a collision between two HGVs.

Left to right are Dorothy, Chesterfields Mayor and Mayoress and Guy Robinson. Picture by Anna Franklin Photography.

New women's clothes shop opens in Chesterfield at former Johnsons building

A new women's clothes shop has opened in Chesterfield.

People can bet �100 every 20 seconds on fixed odds betting terminals.

REVEALED: Chesterfield’s addiction to ‘crack cocaine of gambling’

Gamblers in Chesterfield lost more than £2.5m on fixed odds betting terminals (FOBTs) in just one year.

Salaries for doing the same role can vary hugely depending on where you live.

How where you live could affect how much you get paid for doing the same job

Where you live can have a major impact on how much people get paid for doing the same job, new research has shown.
Ciuri Ciuri. Pictures by Brian Eyre.

LOOK INSIDE: New Italian restaurant to open in Chesterfield

A new Italian restaurant will open in Chesterfield town centre next week.

Nona's Coffee Shop Ltd has entered liquidation.

New coffee shop opens at Hollingwood Hub

A new coffee shop has opened at Hollingwood Hub.
The historic Chesterfield Hotel building.

Chesterfield Hotel could be sold again

The Chesterfield Hotel building could be sold again within months, the Derbyshire Times has learned.
Howard Swann who is having housing benefit problems.

Heath man faced with losing home after caring for dying mum

A Heath man who has spent the last two years looking after his dying mum is now faced with losing his home.

East Midlands Trains said it was unable to estimate when services would return to normal.

Train services disrupted after lorry hits bridge in Dronfield

Train services are currently being disrupted after a lorry hit a bridge near Dronfield.
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UNIVERSAL CRISIS: Reform will cause ‘hardship and homelessness’ campaigners warn

This month, thousands of people in Chesterfield will see a huge change to the way they receive benefits.

Bolsover MP, Dennis Skinner.

Beast of Bolsover accuses HS2 of treating northerners like ‘second-class citizens’

Bolsover MP Dennis Skinner has accused HS2 of treating people in the north like ‘second-class citizens’.

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