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VIDEO: Bride of Frankenstein and Hollywood Oscar winning wedding dresses at Cannon Hall in Barnsley

Wedding dresses don't come more frightening famous than the one worn by the bride of Frankenstein - now on show in South Yorkshire.
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Are you burying your head in the sand when it comes to your finances?

Midlands residents burying their heads in the sand over finances

Midlands residents are burying their heads in the sand when it comes to their finances, a new survey has found.

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Built in 1903, the opera house has been given a new lease of life online.

Opera House launches new look website for customers

Buxton Opera House has launched a new website to make it easier than ever before for audiences to find out about upcoming events.

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Pictured is newly appointed Handelsbanken Chesterfield's Corporate Banking Manager Steve Wicks, left, with branch manager Phil Walker.

Successful Chesterfield bank appoints new corporate banking manager to meet demand

Handelsbanken Chesterfield has appointed a new Corporate Banking Manager in response to increasing demand for its local relationship banking services.

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Smart motorway cameras were installed on a section of the M1 in 2016.

Almost 4,500 drivers caught speeding on M1 smart motorway section

More than 4,400 drivers have been caught speeding by smart motorway cameras between junctions 28 and 30 of the M1 in just a year.

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The research has been compiled by Swinton Insurance.

Derbyshire road named as one of most dangerous in East Midlands for motorcylists

The A6 between Buxton and Matlock has been named as one of the most dangerous roads in the East Midlands for motorcyclists.

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Julia Reid (centre) from Stonecroft Country Guesthouse.

Peak District B&B is one of the friendliest in the UK

An Edale bed and breakfast establishment is celebrating after picking up an award at a special ceremony.

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Jobseekers can find out about a number of NHS roles at the event

NHS roles are up for grabs at jobs fair

People interested in a career in healthcare are being encouraged to come to Chesterfield Football Club on Saturday 20 May and find out about opportunities to work for a local NHS trust – and even get interviewed for jobs on the day.

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Get rid of your paper notes

There is just a week left to spend or bank your old paper fivers

People have just a week left to spend or bank the 155 million paper Bank of England fivers still in circulation before they lose their legal tender status.

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Rail services across parts of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire will be affected.

Northern rail strike: find out how your train services will be affected

A third 24-hour strike involving Northern rail staff is due to take place.
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Spring Gardens in Buxton.

YOUR SAY: Buxton businesses react to levy idea towards improvement schemes

Vision Buxton wants businesses to band together and dig deep into their pockets to help boost the town centre all year round.

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Northern rail staff during the recent walkout.

Northern rail workers to hold fresh strike in dispute over guard role

Commuters are facing another day of strike action by Northern rail staff, as the row over the future role of guards shows no signs of letting up.

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Alfie Hodges has made the final nine in the Screwfix Apprentice of the Year contest.

High Peak tradesman in running to be crowned top apprentice

A High Peak tradesman has made it through to the final nine of a national search for the country’s top apprentice, with the chance to win £10,000.

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Dame Esther Rantzen, pictured with Brian Robinson.

Dame Esther Rantzen visits Disley care home rated ‘one of the best in the country’

Campaigner and TV presenter Dame Esther Rantzen has visited a Disley care home to congratulate them on being recognised as one of the very best in the country.

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Stuart Barker has set his sights on retirement after working as an optician for nearly 43 years.
 He opened his practice at 4 The Square on September 23, 1974.

Buxton optician sets his sights on retirement after 40 years

Stuart Barker has set his sights on retirement after working as a Buxton optician for nearly 43 years.

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Learners prepare to set off on their driving test. Picture: Simon Hulme

VIDEO: Driving test overhaul to include sat nav use

The driving test is to undergo its biggest overhaul in twenty years.

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Laura Holdcroft, 28, left a negative online review of the Peacock Inn in Bakewell.

Peak District landlord in war of words over online pub snub

A woman says her family were insulted by Peak District pub bosses after she posted a critical online review.

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Derbyshire's Lewis Coppinger has graduated from Phase One of UKSA's Professional Yacht Cadetship.

High Peak student sets sail for a professional career on the sea

A High Peak student has swapped the more traditional career path of university for a life on the sea and set sail on a dream career working as an officer on-board luxury superyachts.

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The temporary will be in operation along the A6 from 9.30am on Monday April 10.

ROADWORKS: Temporary traffic lights to go up on A6 near High Lane

Temporary traffic lights will be in place along a busy section of the A6 from Monday (April 10).
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Northern rail services across parts of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire will be disrupted on Saturday by the industrial action.

Northern rail strike: how your train services will be affected

The second 24-hour strike involving Northern rail staff is due to take place on Saturday (April 8).
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