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Green Party council candidates pledge to fight HS2

Erewash Green Party election candidates have pledged to continue supporting the campaign to stop the HS2 line being built through the borough.

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Drug-driver caught by police with cannabis and cocaine traces in his system

Drug-driver caught by police with cannabis and cocaine traces in his system

A drug-driver who was caught by police with cannabis and cocaine traces in his system while driving without a licence or insurance has been brought to justice.

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Nine new animal cruelty complaints EVERY DAY in Derbyshire

RSPCA inspectors investigated nine new animal cruelty complaints every day in Derbyshire last year.

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Would you still vote to leave the EU?

Formal proceedings for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union begin today.

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Customers should return the product to store for a full refund.

Marks and Spencer recall soup due to possible contamination

Marks and Spencer is recalling its Chicken and Vegetable Soup as a precautionary measure over fears of contamination.
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Pictured is Beetwell Street, Chesterfield.

Court shows mercy for bereaved homeless man after fracas

Magistrates have taken sympathy on a bereaved homeless man who had been abusive and threatening to security staff and police.

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Here's the news, travel and some fun features to get you up in the morning.

RISE AND SHINE: All your essential morning info to start the day

Here's all the weather, traffic and breaking news for for the East Midlands on Wednesday, March 29.
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Pictured is Shane Barker, 39, of Harrogate Crescent, Breadsall, who has been jailed for nine months for damage, theft and harassment.

Shameful Derbyshire uncle threatened to use blow torch on niece’s feet

A despicable man who stole from his nephew and threatened to hurt his sister’s young daughter has been jailed for nine months.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Boozed-up husband assaulted his wife after a row

A booze-fuelled husband assaulted his wife after a row and left her with a bleeding nose.

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This year's Eroica Britannia festival takes place from June 16 to 18.

EROTICA BRITANNIA OR EROICA BRITANNIA: Name of Derbyshire festival causes confusion

It's been a firm favourite in the county's calendar since it began in 2013.

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Reasons couples argue revealed

Reasons couples argue revealed

Care has revealed the top relationship strains experienced by couples in the UK today.

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The interview: ‘No child should be abused or neglected’

The interview: ‘No child should be abused or neglected’

Kind-hearted Robert Clare is using his own difficult childhood as a driving force to help prevent other youngsters from suffering in the future.

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Three-year-old with TOILET SEAT stuck on head rescued by firefighters

Derbyshire firefighters came to the rescue of a toddler who got a toilet seat stuck on her head.

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Boozed-up thug punched man and left him with permanent eye injury

Boozed-up thug punched man and left him with permanent eye injury

A booze-fuelled thug who punched a man and left him with a permanent eye injury has been spared from being put behind bars.

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The changes come into force on April 1.

DVLA car tax changes: Find out how much you will pay from April

New tax rules will end up costing motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April.
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Could you find love on new TV dating show?

Could you find love on new TV dating show?

Do you fancy appearing on a new dating show?

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The scene after fire destroyed the hide in Mapperley Wood on Saturday.

Derbyshire bird-watching spot destroyed by 'vandals'

A nature reserve hide in Mappeley Wood has been burnt down by vandals over the weekend.
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Derbyshire County Council architect Gary Ellis, Councillor Anne Western and chief executive Ian Stephenson with authors of the Trent Valley vision study.

Report outlines future vision for Trent Valley

Senior figures in the regional economy have been told the Trent Valley could generate billions of pounds and create thousands of jobs through strategic landscape planning.

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Cash bonus for Ilkeston charity Ben’s Den

Cash bonus for Ilkeston charity Ben’s Den

A charity effort by an Ilkeston factory worker and her friend has resulted in a £1,200 bonus for a local good cause.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Man racially abused his girlfriend’s father and kicked his door

A man racially abused the father of his girlfriend and damaged a door at his home after his partner had returned to her parents.

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