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LETTER: Breast cancer - Life-saving drugs cost just 43p a day

I read with great concern the news that thousands of women are missing out on cheap drugs that could prevent their breast cancer from spreading – when it becomes incurable – because it is unclear which health body should pay for them.

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Did I See U creator, Michelle Cafferty.

Dating app creator reassures users over online safety

The creator of a new dating ‘app’ has sought to reassure users after it emerged a murderer used another popular site to meet his victims.

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Cameras are monitoring your speed on these 32 Derbyshire roads

Mobile speed cameras are operating on the following Derbyshire roads until Sunday, December 18.

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COLUMN: Supportive justice values crime victims

COLUMN: Supportive justice values crime victims

It can take a lifetime to repair the emotional damage caused by crime but good quality professional support helps vulnerable people take those tentative steps towards recuperation with greater confidence.

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You may be asked to pay more for Derbyshire police

Derbyshire residents may be asked to pay more for policing.

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COLUMN: Explore the Peaks from every angle like Puttrell

COLUMN: Explore the Peaks from every angle like Puttrell

On December 12 1903 the first ascent was made of High Tor Gully in Matlock Bath.

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Celia Johnson relies on the dial-a-bus service.

Derbyshire council chiefs pull funding for ‘lifeline’ bus service

Cash-strapped council chiefs are to pull funding for a ‘lifeline’ travel service for pensioners.

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Sheffield town hall flag at full mast. 6/6/14 D Day

LETTER: Debate rages on payments to EU

Is it a lie that £350 million of UK money goes to the EU each week?

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Derbyshire police investigates reports of historic child abuse in football

Derbyshire Constabulary has revealed it is investigating historical allegations of child sex abuse against a former football coach.
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Thief took GP’s car after stealing purse and keys during appointment

A troubled thief who took his GP’s car after stealing her purse and keys during a medical appointment has narrowly been spared from more time behind bars.

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Quiz of the week’s news...

It’s been a busy old week in the world of news, sport and celeb.

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Walking and rail history combined in new Peak District guide

Two friends have combined their passion for walking and railway history into a new Peak District walking guide.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Bereaved mum launched a prolonged attack on taxi-driver

A bereaved mum launched a prolonged attack on a taxi-driver after he had tried to find her a cash machine so she could pay her fare.

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QUICK QUIZ: The week in questions...

It’s been a busy old week in the world of news, sport and celeb.

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Pictured is Scott Adams, 48, of Chestnut Court, Pinxton, who has been jailed for 32 weeks after breaching a restraining order.

Estranged hubby jailed after breaching ban and accusing wife of cheating

An estranged husband has been jailed for 32 weeks after he breached his restraining order by contacting his wife and accusing her of having another man in her home.

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OFSTED ANNUAL REPORT: ‘Too many children not doing well enough in region’

Ofsted has launched its Annual Report for the year - which has revealed too many children are still not doing well enough in the region.

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VOTE: Your favourite Christmas song of all time

VOTE: Your favourite Christmas song of all time

Festive decorations are on the shelves in the shops, Santa wishlists are being penned so it can mean only one thing.....Christmas is almost here. And it wouldn’t be the festive season without the accompanying songs. Whether your jam is a classic, a dash of rock or a healthy dose of cheese, everyone has their guilty pleasure. So we have put together a list of the top Christmas tracks. Grab yourself a cuppa, listen to some of these classics and vote for which is your favourite.

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Mark Dawson on the water, participating in the Help for Heroes scheme. Photo contributed.

Snowdonian surfing helps Army veteran Mark on road to recovery

A wounded former Army medic has told how surfing has helped him on his road to recovery from mental illness.

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Buxton Sparkles will light Saturdays Christmas parade through the town with their willow lanterns.

Winter Buxton parade set to light up the town

Buxton is getting ready for a Christmas parade which will light up the town and add a dollop of festive cheer.

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