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REVEALED: Derbyshire primary schools set to gain and lose funding

A new Government-proposed funding formula would see schools across the county gain and lose money.

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VIDEO AND PICTURES: Storm Doris leads to flooding and fallen trees in Derbyshire

Storm Doris has hit Derbyshire today, bringing down trees and leading to flooding.

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Derbyshire patients advised to speak to their pharmacists about winter ilnesses

Derbyshire patients advised to speak to their pharmacists about winter ilnesses

Health chiefs are advising people in Derbyshire to take advantage of the services available at their local pharmacy to help nip winter illness in the bud.

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The consultation finished earlier this month.

Decision awaited on controversial Buxton parking scheme

Council chiefs have promised to consider all feedback from the consultation on proposed new on-street parking restrictions for Buxton.

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High Peak Borough Council has set its budget for the coming year.

High Peak councillors approve 1.9% council tax hike

Borough councillors have approved a council tax hike of nearly two per cent for High Peak residents.

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LIVE UPDATES: Storm Doris arrives in Derbyshire

Storm Doris has arrived in Derbyshire.
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Report says Derbyshire business is booming

Fledgling firms are springing up left right and centre in Derbyshire according to an encouraging new report looking into the county’s business trends.

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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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Pavilion Gardens reopening, Cllr Tony Kemp

Time extension for Pavilion Gardens marquee

Councillors have granted an extension which would allow the marquee at Buxton’s Pavilion Gardens to remain in place until March 2018.

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Affected machines should be unplugged immediately.

ALERT: Public urged to unplug EXPLODING tumble dryers

The public are being urged to unplug a range of faulty tumble dryers - after some of them started to EXPLODE.

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Give a Pint, Save  A Life - the Buxton Advertiser's 2017 campaign to encourage more people to pledge to sign up as blood donors.

Nine things you may not know about giving blood

This year the Advertiser’s wants more people to sign up and become blood donors with our year-long campaign Give A Pint Save A Life so here are some are some things you may not know about giving blood.

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Nine things to do this weekend in Derbyshire

Looking for something to do this weekend?

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STORM DORIS: How to stay safe in Derbyshire

STORM DORIS: How to stay safe in Derbyshire

Damage and widespread disruption is expected tomorrow (Thursday) when Storm Doris arrives in Derbyshire, with up to 80mph winds being forecast.

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Sex attacker assaulted Derbyshire woman in her own bed

Sex attacker assaulted Derbyshire woman in her own bed

A 22-year-old sex attacker who assaulted his victim in her own bed in Derbyshire has been jailed for four years.

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Examining court records from 1890 relating to the conviction of two Derbyshire men for gross indecency.

‘These stories have been hidden for far too long’

A Derbyshire charity has been awarded £86,000 to run a project about the history of the county’s LGBT community.

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STORM DORIS: Hour by hour forecast

STORM DORIS: Hour by hour forecast

Storm Doris is set to hit Derbyshire on Thursday, with winds of up to 80mph set to bring major disruption and damage.

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An amber warning is in force for Thursday.

AMBER WEATHER WARNING: Storm Doris set to bring trees down, power cuts and risk of injury from flying debris

Storm Doris is set to batter the East Midlands on Thursday, with an amber weather warning in force as 80mph winds looks set to cause damage and bring possible risk of injury.
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Buxton campervan targeted by vandal

Police are appealing for information after a vandal smashed the window of a campervan in Buxton.

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Cavendish Hospital in Buxton

Shock as only one GP surgery spoke out to save Cavendish Hospital

The lack of support from GP surgeries to keep Spencer and Fenton wards open at the Cavendish Hospital has been slammed by a councillor.

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Research shows we spend £2,136 on our cars every year

Research shows the average East Midlands' motorist spends £2,136 on their cars each year - almost 10 per cent of their salary.

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