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09/05/2024: Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service is appealing to members of the public to stay safe and take extra care ahead of a weekend of warm, dry weather. 
09/05/2024: Women who excel in business are to be recognised for their accomplishments at the Enterprising Women Awards 2024.
09/05/2024: The base interest rate from the Bank of England has been held static at 5.25% but East Midlands Chamber is optimistic about cuts on the horizon.
09/05/2024: Parents of children who require a modified school meals menu will now find it easier thanks to a new medical diet portal introduced by Derbyshire County Council’s school catering service.
09/05/2024: New data published by the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) shows cases of whooping cough continue to increase with 1,319 cases confirmed in March. This follows 556 cases in January and 918 in February, bringing the total number of cases in 2024 to 2,793.
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09/05/2024: Car enthusiasts and industry can now have their say on how to best preserve iconic classic cars like the DMC Delorean, MkII Jaguar and James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 for decades to come.
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07/05/2024: Officials at Cancer Support UK have expressed pride at being able to announce that leading interiors writer, blogger and influencer, Lisa Dawson is to support its mission to deliver better, and more accessible, emotional support for people living with and beyond cancer.
Picture shows Derbyshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Infrastructure and Environment, Councillor Carolyn Renwick, planting one of over half a million trees planted so far.
07/05/2024: A target by Derbyshire County Council to support the planting of a million trees across the county by 2030 is well within reach. 
07/05/2024: Children in Erewash are to get a thrilling new state-of-the-art £400,000 play area – thanks to residents telling the council what it should look like.
07/05/2024: A consultation has opened into a proposal for Derbyshire County Council to start charging parents a contribution towards the cost of looking after their children.