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December 5 is the most dangerous day for drivers on the roads, study has shown

December 5 is the most dangerous day for drivers on the roads, study has shown

Did you know December 5 is the most dangerous day to be driving on the roads? That is according to a study. And the findings appear to be quite accurate, with motorists facing long delays in Derbyshire this morning after a collision involving two cars an

34 min. ago in Regional East
 
Youths smash lorry windscreen by throwing stones off A38 bridge in Derby

Youths smash lorry windscreen by throwing stones off A38 bridge in Derby

The windscreen of a lorry has been smashed after stones were thrown off a bridge over the A38 in Derby. The incident happened as the lorry was driving along the southbound carriageway of the A38 Queensway. Police said two youths who stood on the Kedlesto

50 min. ago in Regional East
 
Police urge parents and kids to remain vigilant after 'suspicious' incidents near John Port School

Police urge parents and kids to remain vigilant after 'suspicious' incidents near John Port School

Police have urged parents and pupils to remain vigilant at John Port School after "unusual and suspicious" incidents involving a male motorist trying to talk to pupils outside its gates. The man has been spotted three times near the school...

today, 11:24 in Regional East
 
Named and shamed - who's been in Derbyshire's courts?

Named and shamed - who's been in Derbyshire's courts?

The following people have had their cases dealt with recently by Derbyshire's magistrates: Daniel Allsop, 31, of Crosby Street, Derby, was jailed for 30 weeks and ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge for 16 counts of theft in Derby between August 20 an

today, 11:10 in Regional East
 
''I'll leave rubbish at Council House!' - anger at NO Derby bin rounds from Christmas to New Year

''I'll leave rubbish at Council House!' - anger at NO Derby bin rounds from Christmas to New Year

Derby people have reacted angrily to the news that there will be no bin collections between Christmas and the New Year – with one man threatening to dump his rubbish outside the Council House. Derby City Council has announced that "there will be...

today, 10:15 in Regional East
 
Car left on its side after smash closes Derbyshire road

Car left on its side after smash closes Derbyshire road

A two-car smash resulted in one car being left on its side in a Derbyshire road. The crash happened at about 7.30am today and blocked the road in Cadley Lane, Swadlincote. Derbyshire police confirmed they had been called to the scene and the road had bee

today, 09:45 in Regional East
 
Stationary traffic on the M1 between j26 and j25 near Derby after crash - latest updates

Stationary traffic on the M1 between j26 and j25 near Derby after crash - latest updates

There is stationary traffic on the M1 near Derby this morning after a crash. Details about the incident itself are limited at this stage but, according to traffic company Inrix, the southbound carriageway is gridlocked due to the incident. READ MORE: Mys

today, 09:31 in Regional East
 
Mystery surrounds missing car of Mackworth murder victim Geoff Seggie

Mystery surrounds missing car of Mackworth murder victim Geoff Seggie

Detectives investigating the murder of a man in his Mackworth home are searching for the victim's missing car. Father-of-two Geoff Seggie was found at his home in Marylebone Crescent on Thursday after police were called due to concerns for his safety. A

today, 08:39 in Regional East
 
Can you stay away if your workplace is too cold?

Can you stay away if your workplace is too cold?

The past few days have seen the mercury plunge as Derby and the rest of the country got a severe case of the shivers. And employers have now been warned to act now before the temperatures plummet even further. So can workers stay away if it's just too co

today, 08:09 in Regional East
 
Charlotte Mosley disappearance - two arrested on suspicion of kidnap still remain on bail

Charlotte Mosley disappearance - two arrested on suspicion of kidnap still remain on bail

Two people who were arrested following the disappearance and safe return of Derby teenager Charlotte Mosley still remain on bail, according to police. The 17-year-old disappeared on Wednesday, October 26, just days after she and her family moved from Bur

today, 07:55 in Regional East
 
Derby breaking news: All the latest updates for Monday, December 5

Derby breaking news: All the latest updates for Monday, December 5

Welcome to the Derby Telegraph's breaking news service for Monday, December 5. Our breaking news service is here to make sure that you are the first to know what is happening across the region. Along with latest travel and traffic news, we will also upda

today, 07:14 in Regional East
 
Jail sentence warning for man whose dangerous driving killed Derby father-of-11

Jail sentence warning for man whose dangerous driving killed Derby father-of-11

A Derby father-of-11 was given "no chance" of avoiding a collision when the lorry in front of him, being driven dangerously, smashed into the back of a broken-down stationary vehicle on the A46 outside Coventry. Nigel Blount, 62, of...

today, 07:14 in Regional East
 
Derby school support staff overwhelmingly reject council offer

Derby school support staff overwhelmingly reject council offer

More strikes by school staff cannot be ruled out after Unison members in Derby voted nine to one to reject the latest offer from the council to settle a long-running dispute over new contracts. School support staff, many of them teaching assistants, acro

today, 06:43 in Regional East
 

This is how to de-ice your car SAFELY in the morning

With sub-zero temperatures giving Derby an icy glow, motorists are receiving a freezing reminder of how tricky and time consuming it can be to get their cars fit for the road. Thousands of early morning drivers in Derbyshire are facing the winter hazard

yesterday, 21:23 in Regional East
 
Is Derby about to get a city-wide cycle hire scheme?

Is Derby about to get a city-wide cycle hire scheme?

Derby could soon have a city-wide cycle hire scheme aimed at combating traffic congestion and improving air quality. City council cabinet members are being asked to approve the development of a scheme in partnership with the University of Derby and other

yesterday, 20:36 in Regional East
 


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