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Police arrested abusive man as he was caught urinating in the street

A man has admitted using threatening behaviour after he was abusive to police as they tried to deter him from urinating in the street.

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Pictured is solicitor Bertie Mather who is retiring after nearly 60 years with the legal firm Elliot Mather.

Retiring legal legend heralds the end of an era after a 59-year career

A legal legend has finally closed his case book after nearly 60 years of an illustrious career in law with many court battles.

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The Old Hall Hotel, Hope. Picture: Andrew Roe

Hotel guest is caught drink-driving after he leaves pub car park

A motorist who had been staying at a Peak District hotel drinking pints of beer was caught drink-driving after he drove out of the venue’s car park over twice the legal limit.

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Elizabeth Pottage.

Missing Derbyshire teen found

A missing teenager has been found.

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Derbyshire's beloved ducks.

“Ay up, me duck!” Did you spot our April Fool’s day joke?...

We hope you spotted our April Fool’s Day online story earlier today because you can now all breath easily to know there are no plans for any statues of ducks across Derbyshire.

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Weather warning.

WEATHER: Met Office warns of heavy rainfall for today and tomorrow

The Met Office has issued a Yellow Weather warning for the East Midlands for heavy rain from this Easter Sunday evening, April 1, and into tomorrow, Monday, April 2.

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Police.

Police are seeking nominations for Derbyshire’s Community Police officer of the Year

The search for Derbyshire’s Community Police Officer of the Year has begun.

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Firefighters were called out after reports of a chimney fire.

Firefighters armed with chimney gear were called out to a blaze at a semi-detached property

Buxton firefighters were called out to an out-of-control chimney fire.

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Derbyshire's most beloved birds - ducks!

Derbyshire’s symbolic duck is hoped to be immortalised in statues across the county

Derbyshire’s most beloved bird - the duck - which is already honoured by the county’s favourite catchphrase “ay up me duck” is set to be further immortalised with statues across the region.

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Latest news.

Woodhead Pass is re-opened after a serious collision

The Highways Agency has confirmed that the Woodhead Pass has been re-opened after it was closed following a serious two-vehicle collision.

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Weather forecast

WEATHER: Cloudy and rainy day with snow expected

The Met Office has forecast a cloudy day with some bright spells and a few showers for today, Easter Sunday, April 1, for Derbyshire.

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Weather forecast.

WEATHER: A rainy and overcast day for Derbyshire

The Met Office has forecast a rainy and overcast day for Derbyshire for today, Saturday, March 31.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Welfare cheat illegally claimed over £4k after failing to declare a second job

A High Peak benefit cheat illegally claimed £4,119.10p in housing benefit after failing to declare she had a second job.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Welfare cheat who claimed over £8k was exposed by social media posts

A welfare cheat who was illegally claiming housing benefit and income support was caught after investigators produced social media evidence.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Fraudster made over £4,000 in false housing benefit claims to pay off his son’s drug debt

A desperate dad committed fraud to raise over £4,000 to help pay off his son’s drug debt.

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A drink-drive breathalyser.

Police caught a drink-driver after he collided with another man’s vehicle

A drink-driver was tracked down by police after a man complained that his parked vehicle had suffered from a collision.

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Snow blowing across the A6

Misty and icy evening ahead for Derbyshire but the Beast from the East is fading

A misty and icy evening lies ahead for Derbyshire but snow is expected to turn to rain tomorrow with some bright spells as we see the last of the Beast from the East.

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Derbyshire fire service.

Firefighters made a flooded property safe after its suffered a possible leak

Firefighters helped deal with a flooded property after it had suffered a possible water leak.

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Severn Trent battles to fix burst pipes in the aftermath of the severe weather

Severn Trent battles to fix burst pipes in the aftermath of the severe weather

Now that the Beast from the East and Storm Emma are passing, Severn Trent is working round the clock to deal with the aftermath as pipes that were frozen are thawing and leaking.

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