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SEEING RED: We aren’t very Bright, are we?

There are two things which leave me fearing for the future of this so-called great country of ours.

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The potential for fracking under a National Trust park has moved a step closer.

Fracking one step closer as shale giant pursues National Trust survey bid

The potential for fracking under a National Trust park has moved a step closer after fracking giant Ineos Shale was granted permission to pursue its application to undertake a “geophysical survey” at the High Court.

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He allegedlyrobbed the girl after she had visited a shop as an errand for her mother.

Derbyshire man charged with the robbery of a 12-year-old girl to appear in Crown Court

A 22-year-old man charged with robbing a 12-year-old girl is to be trialed at Crown Court.
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Modern bicycles welcome at Eroica Britannia

Eroica Britannia will now be welcoming modern bikes to ride alongside the vintage bicycles at its three day festival.

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Jeremy Corbyn  visiting Belper.

Jeremy Corbyn 'in Chesterfield' on the day of alleged Czech spy meeting

It has been revealed that Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn was in Chesterfield the day he allegedly met with a Communist spy at the House of Commons.
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SNEAK PEEK: What’s in this week’s Derbyshire Times?

SNEAK PEEK: What’s in this week’s Derbyshire Times?

Here’s just some of what you’ll be reading in this week’s Derbyshire Times...

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Pictured is Derby Crown Court.

Chesterfield RAF man caught with 5,000 sick child abuse images faces jail

A Royal Air Force serviceman from Chesterfield has been told he faces jail after admitting possessing more than 5,000 sick child abuse images.

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Mark North, founder of the charity Freedom Community Project, gives a talk to Bolsover Rotary Club members.

Freedom Community Project’s success in helping the homeless and those in debt

Bolsover Rotary Club members welcomed Mark North, a founder of Freedom Community Project, who gave a talk on the charity.

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Martin Thacker,chairman of the Chesterfield General Charitable Trust Fund, presents a cheque for �3,500 to New Whittington Primary School, Chesterfield.

Donation to Chesterfield school aids pupils with hearing impairment

A school which has nine children with hearing impairment has been awarded £3,500 to buy a new PA and upgrade its current system.

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Care home residents at curling match in Holmewood Community Centre.

Care home residents try the sport of curling for first time

Competitive care home residents have been getting into the Winter Olympics spirit at a curling match.

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Good morning and welcome to Rise and Shine.

RISE AND SHINE: Start your day with us

Good morning and welcome to Rise and Shine.
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Back row: Paul Garfoot, Sales Manager at Vertu Toyota Chesterfield, Maria Dengate, head teacher and Craig Longmuir, head of art at St Mary's Catholic High School, Chesterfield. Front row: Marcel Wasiak, Georgia Hardwick, Malavika Krishnia, and Ruby Higham with their drawings and prizes.  Photo by Matt Roberts.'''

St Mary’s students aim for world-class result in Dream Car Art Contest

Pupils at a Chesterfield secondary school got creative as part of a worldwide art competition.

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Derbyshire man who died of sepsis 'felt let down by medical system'

A Derbyshire man who died of sepsis felt ‘let down by the medical system’, his grieving partner said today.
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Ashbourne main road closed due to police incident

Ashbourne main road closed due to police incident

A section of a main road in Ashbourne has been closed due to an ongoing police incident.

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CCTV footage was released of the robbery.

Derbyshire man charged with robbery after 12-year-old girl attacked in the street

A 22-year-old man has been charged with robbery following an incident, caught on CCTV cameras, in which a 12-year-old girl was targeted.

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Stagecoach bus in Chesterfield

Two Chesterfield bus services cancelled after passengers taken ill

Two bus services in north Derbyshire were cancelled this afternoon (Wednesday) after passengers were taken ill.

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Extreme tree planting in the High Peak. Photo by David Bocking.

Peak Park woodlands’ care is target of £50,000 appeal

National Trust rangers in the Peak District are asking people to help grow and protect the woods for the future.

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Big gig in store for ‘two-hit wonder’ at the Flowerpot

Big gig in store for ‘two-hit wonder’ at the Flowerpot

John Otway And The Big Band are in action on Friday, March 2, at the Flowerpot in Derby.

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Mastin Moor Post Office and Off Licence.

Appeal after machete-wielding men target shop near Staveley

An off-licence in Mastin Moor is appealing for information after armed robbers wielding machetes fled with the shop’s till.

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Nick Thayer, pharmacist at Well the largest independent pharmacy in the country.

Five ways your local pharmacy can help your child 'stay well'

A new campaign launched by NHS England is raising awareness of what community pharmacies have to offer.

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