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Advocacy group to run accessible taxi for culture events

0 Have your say The campaign to make Belper one of Britain’s most accessible towns will make another breakthrough next month with a free taxi service launching for cultural events. In what might be a UK-first, the Accessible Belper group and Belper Town

today, 10:16 in Regional East

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel updates, weather and fun quizzes

0 Have your say Welcome to our live feed on Tuesday April 24 Keep refreshing this page for all the latest news across the East Midlands.

today, 07:36 in Regional East

Derbyshire’s Peak District among nation’s favourite free attractions

0 Have your say Derbyshire’s Peak District hills have been named among the nation’s favourite free days out. The stunning countryside on our doorstep was ranked second in a poll carried out by National Express, just behind The Lake District and ahead of

yesterday, 20:28 in Regional East

Wiggins-Thomas snatches point for Belper Town deep into injury-time

0 Have your say A controversial goal, deep into injury-time, salvaged a dramatic point for Belper Town on the last day of the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, First Division South season. Belper looked to be heading for defeat away to Staffordshire outf

yesterday, 18:14 in Sport

Strong end to Nailers’ season of progress

0 Have your say A top 10 finish, three wins on the bounce and then a last gasp equaliser in a six-goal thriller have seen Belper Town end a season of progress on a high. Saturday’s 3-3 home draw with Chasetown brought down the curtain on their Evo-Stik N

yesterday, 17:34 in Sport

SLIDESHOW: Rolleston make light work of Denby total

0 Have your say A steady fall of wickets on the opening day of the Derbyshire Premier saw Denby post a catchable target against Rolleston, which the visitors to Copper Yard reached with minimal fuss. Denby captain Daniel Burgoyne top scored (30) for his

yesterday, 14:49 in Sport

Speeders beware- stricter driving lawas come into force today

0 Have your say Drivers caught speeding face much stricter penalties as from today. Motorists caught doing 51mph in a 30mph zone or 101 mph on a motorway will be fined at least 150 per cent of their weekly income under the new guidelines. The tougher pun

yesterday, 12:58 in Regional East

Cameras head out to these Derbyshire routes to catch speeding drivers

0 Have your say Mobile speed cameras are operating on the following Derbyshire roads until Sunday, May 7. A6096 Ladywood Roadd, Kirk Hallam A6005 Derby Road, Long Eaton A514 Osmaston Road, Derby A6007 Shipley A511 Swadlincote A61 Derby Roadd, Chesterfiel

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional East

MP presses Government to act over ban on ivory trade

0 Have your say Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham has again called on the Government to step up its efforts towards a ban on ivory sales in the UK. In the parliamentary session for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs questions on Friday, April 21, Pauline

yesterday, 12:17 in Regional East

Fashion designers launch British-made womenswear label

0 Have your say A pair of Belper-based designers are hoping to storm the women’s fashion world after launching a brand of British made all-black basics. Essential Noir is the new label from Wendy Warwick and Sanna Haanpaa, who have worked together for mo

yesterday, 11:47 in Regional East

OPINION: Rowett needs to address Derby’s defensive problems

0 Have your say Defeat at Sheffield Wednesday for Derby County saw the Rams drop to tenth in the Championship table. Here, Rams blogger Andy Buckley-Taylor assesses the defensive performance of Gary Rowett’s side.

yesterday, 11:26 in Sport

Tumble drier sparks house blaze

0 Have your say Derbyshire firefighters have issue warning to residents after a tumble dryer sparked a house blaze. Crews who tackled the fire in Duffield on Saturday have given vital safety advice. Firefighters from Kingsway and Nottingham Road Fire Sta

yesterday, 10:24 in Regional East

Serial thief gets a curfew after stealing bottles of whiskey

A serial thief who stole three bottles of whiskey from a supermarket has been given a six-week curfew. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, April 19, how Christopher Rowles, 29, of Mottram Road, Hyde, stole the £40 worth of alcohol from a

Sunday, 21:43 in Regional East

Suspected drink-driver who refused to give sample is banned from the road

A motorist who refused to give a blood sample after he was suspected of drink-driving has been banned from the road. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Tuesday, April 18, how Samuel Ian McCann, 41, of Brunswood Road, Matlock Bath, was reported to p

Sunday, 21:43 in Regional East

Drink-driver was heading to a pub when he was involved in a collision

A drink-driver nipped home to get more cash to continue a night-out before being involved in a road crash. Richard Barnes, 32, of Oldridge Close, Home Hall, Chesterfield, was returning to The Badger pub when he was involved in a collision in Chesterfield

Sunday, 21:43 in Regional East

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