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PLAN YOUR ROUTE: Major A6 bridge works set to begin in Stockport

Motorists travelling through Stockport this summer are facing months of disruption as work is undertaken on a major road bridge.
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Don't speed anywhere.

Cameras head out to 28 Derbyshire routes to catch speeding drivers

Mobile speed cameras will be in operation on the following Derbyshire roads between Monday, July 24, and Wednesday, August 16.
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The National Union of Teachers says 'more students are becoming disengaged from school'.

More children are being expelled from Derbyshire's schools, shock figures reveal

More than 4,000 children were excluded from Derbyshire schools last year, shock statistics show.
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LETTER: Negotiations will be difficult

LETTER: Negotiations will be difficult

I’m sorry that your correspondent, Pam Jones (Advertiser, July 13), feels she was “tricked” into voting for Ruth George, but there are certain points she should take into account before wishing for, and changing her vote at an early election.
The Labour Party campaigned to remain in Europe: that was our best option. However, the majority of the population said: no, we want to leave.

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Have you been caught out by the new feature?

The new Facebook feature that’s driving users round the bend

Facebook users might have noticed a new feature.

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You're not above the law online.

How your Facebook or Twitter post could land you in serious trouble - PART 1

CONTEMPT OF COURT

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Bored child

Kids get bored after just 10 days of the summer holidays

Parents beware - the average child will utter their first ‘I’m bored …’ just 10 days into the summer holidays.

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LEGO can be highly valuable.

Are you sitting on a hidden LEGO fortune?

Could your kids be playing with a hidden fortune?

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Social media can be great - but also very annoying.

REVEALED: The 25 most annoying things about social media

A poll of 2,000 Brits has revealed the top 25 social media sins.

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LETTER: Leopards do not change their spots

LETTER: Leopards do not change their spots

Jeremy Corbyn (& Co) are on a par with other deluded leaders (both in this age and historically) by radicalising the youth of this country by hosting mass rallies and using music festivals politically to offer ‘sweeties’ as an incentive to blindly follow. 
The main sweetener being free university tuition fees which is very noble in itself but financially unsustainable, which he well knows.
This man and his Marxist cronies do not have the best interests of this country at heart only their own selfish egos as is the case with most revolutionary politicians. 
Leopards do not change their spots, he is an agitator through and through and has repeatedly shown his true colours by his past dealings with known political disruptors.
Do not be fooled by this man (many of his own party aren’t as we have very publicly witnessed) as we all know there is no such thing as a free lunch. 
He operates in a very dictatorial manner under that false smiley front. Be aware - be very aware.

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Court hearing.

Woman is caught with drugs after police raid

A woman has been forced to pay £195 after she was caught during a police raid with the class B drug amphetamine.

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Police appeal

POLICE APPEAL: Machinery stolen from side of the road in Bradwell

Police are appealing for information after machinery was stolen from the side of a road in Bradwell.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Teenage fraudster conned two people out of £245

A teenage fraudster conned two people out of £245 during two computer game console scams.

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Fire story.

Mountain Rescue Team rescues fallen climber near Buxton

Buxton Mountain Rescue Team pulled a climber to safety after they fell at Water-cum-Jolly.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Motorist gets a 20 month ban after failing to complete drink-drive test

A motorist who is fighting difficulties with alcohol has been banned from driving after she failed to complete a drink-drive test.

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Stephanie Hill from Calver is the 2017/2018 Miss England winner

Former Lady Manners School pupil crowned Miss England

A former Lady Manners School pupil is the newest person to wear the Miss England crown.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Desperate homeless man must pay £1,271 after damaging police car

A man with mental health difficulties caused £1,151 of damage to a police car after he had struggled to get help from officers at a police station.

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HAVE YOUR SAY: Should kids do homework in the summer holidays?

HAVE YOUR SAY: Should kids do homework in the summer holidays?

With children across the county looking forward to six weeks off school, we want to know what you think about studying over the summer.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Distressed booze-fuelled woman assaulted police officer at party

A distressed and booze-fuelled young woman lashed out at a party and struck a police officer.

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Retrogenix  staff met The Queen at Buckingham Palace after winning the Queens Award for Enterprise

Second Queen’s award for High Peak business

A High Peak firm met HRH The Queen at Buckingham Palace after winning the Queen’s Award for the second time.

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