How to spot a fake fiver

Check your wallets, purses and pockets, there’s some fake fivers about.

There are plenty of jobs you don't need a university degree for.

REVEALED: Five top jobs you don't need a degree for

A new survey has revealed some of the top jobs that don't require university degrees.

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In the show, Negan kills one of his victims by playing "eenie meenie miny moe."

Primark pulls “shocking” and “racist” Walking Dead t-shirt from stores after angry complaints

Primark has removed a t-shirt promoting hit US TV show The Walking Dead from its stores after it was branded “fantastically offensive” and “racist” by an angry shopper.

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VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Tinnitus sufferers are being offered pioneering treatments with the launch of a leading new audiology clinic in Yorkshire.
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Angela Madden, Kate Rutter from I, Daniel Blake, Pauline Snaith, Tricia Clough.

WASPI CAMPAIGN: 1950s women demand action on pensions

“Everyone has heard of ‘I, Daniel Blake’ - well we want Ken Russell to make ‘We, WASPI Women’ now.”

News 1 are creating 100 jobs at East Midlands Airport.

100 jobs up for grabs at East Midlands Airport

Looking for a new career that can really take off?
The new tipple is available at Asda from this week. Picture: Asda.

Prosecco prayers answered with launch of new wine 'Progrigio'

Prosecco lovers have no reason to panic over a predicted price hike
The Roebuck in Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak.

High Peak pub unveils new look after £164,000 investment

The Roebuck in Chapel-en-le-Frith is experiencing a new lease of life following an investment of more than £164,000 with national pub company, Punch.

Plans have been submitted for a new micro-pub in Disley.

Buxton factory expansion ‘will create new job opportunities’

A Buxton company has been given the green light to expand - in a move which could boost jobs.

The A6 Buxton Road between Furness Vale and Newtown. Photo: Google.

Councillors reject calls to cut A6 speed limit

Calls for a reduction in the speed limit along a section of one of the High Peak’s busiest roads have been rejected by councillors.

The three stainless steel heart-shaped 3D printed bead designs on a CABLE bracelet.

Valentine's Day shoppers loving 3D printed Sheffield stainless steel jewellery

Valentine's Day shoppers are falling in love with amazing new 3D printed stainless steel jewellery made in Sheffield.
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The new store would be opened in Whaley Bridge, opposite the town's existing Tesco store.

High Peak's first B&M store would create 26 new jobs

Councillors look set to give the green light to discount retailer B&M's first High Peak store.
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Marking the 60th anniversary of the Chapel rail disaster, many people turned out to attend the ceremony

Chapel rail crash victims remembered on 60th anniversary

Sixty years to the day after the Chapel-en-le-Frith rail crash, residents gathered to remember the lives lost and the heroism which saved many more.

Northern operates services across parts of Derbyshire

Northern rail staff to be balloted for industrial action over role of guards

Northern rail conductors are set to be balloted over possible industrial action.

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Tenders invited for Peak District visitor centre café

Tenders invited for Peak District visitor centre café

The Peak District National Park Authority is inviting tenders for a catering concession at the flagship Castleton visitor centre.

Teenager Charlie Collins starred in the first episode of Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year competition 2017.

Young Buxton artist shines in television competition

A Buxton sixth form student has appeared in a prestigous television art contest, becoming one of the youngest people ever to reach the later stages.

Photo by @DerbyshireRPU

Smart motorway a ‘recipe for disaster’ says ex-cop

A retired Derbyshire traffic officer says the section of smart motorway on the M1 is a ‘recipe for disaster’.

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Crescent tourism chief to give global ambitions lecture

Crescent tourism chief to give global ambitions lecture

A leading figure in the tourism industry is to lay out his vision for Buxton as a world-class destination in a public lecture later this month.


Buxton leaders plan for future of the Crescent

Civic leaders and organisations from across Buxton have been developing a strategy to ensure the success of the Crescent development.

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Jason making fire during a course.

Survival expert brings ‘bushcraft’ to the Peak District

A survival skills expert who has worked with some of the biggest names in the industry has just set up shop in Bakewell.

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