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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Derbyshire County, England.

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    A South Derbyshire councillor has admitted assaulting a woman as she carried out her work inspecting his private ambulance operation. Councillor Robert Coe, of Hartshill Road, Hartshorne, appeared in court and pleaded guilty to assaulting the inspector from the Care Quality Commission by beating on November 2, 2017, during an inspection.

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    A man banned from Swadlincote for five years has breached a court order for a SECOND time after being caught drinking alcohol on the streets in the town centre. Mark McVey, had already been issued with a fine after breaching his Criminal Behaviour Order the first time by intimidating shopkeepers.

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    Drivers beware - the council has released information about upcoming roadworks and road closures that could cause major delays for commuters from Tuesday. According to Derby City Council , several roads will be subject to road improvements over the coming weeks but have released details of just three roads that could be closed from Tuesday, May 29. Outside of these hours, the road will be re-opened to traffic.

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    A major city organisation which promotes high standards of building design has waded into the debate over whether Derby's Assembly Rooms should be reopened or rebuilt. In addition, Derby Civic Society is calling also for the "rapid completion" of a review of the city's tall buildings policy and says that planning permission for anything higher than five stories should stopped until it is sorted out.

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    What a blind injustice! Charities' fury as thousands are denied life-changing cataract surgery in defiance of the Health Secretary's demands In defiance of official guidelines, they are refusing to refer patients for the life-changing operation unless their vision is deemed sufficiently poor. Only those with the worst test scores are considered by these trusts for surgical treatment of the condition, which affects 4.5million adults in England.

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    A festival at the Elvaston Castle showground faces the axe after criticism from the police over fears that there would be an increase in crime and disorder caused by drunk party-goers. Summer Gathering Festival Limited has applied to South Derbyshire District Council to host two days of live music and dance performances, for over 18s, at the site near Derby from August 18-19.

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    If you've ever wondered where in Derbyshire has the fastest and slowest broadband speeds then look no further as we have the definitive answer. According to thinkbroadband, people living in the parliamentary constituency of Derby North have the fastest average speeds.

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    Working at funerals is not everybody's cup of tea and it's certainly not a career too many young people would put at the top of their lists. But for two youngsters from the Burton and Swadlincote area, who work in the industry, they could not think of doing anything else.

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    "I am not going to give up and if I can help one person with my story, then I am still doing what I love and that is caring." The 60-year-old former Derby hospital carer has been battling with the condition ever since and although her mind continues to deteriorate, she wants to tell her story.

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    But despite his best efforts, a drug-dealer who used green cladding to disguise his mansion as a cowshed has had the property seized. Alan Yeomans, 63, concealed the grandeur of six-bedroom Shedley Manor - which included a disco room, gym and library - so it could not be seen from the road.

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    A South Derbyshire film director who left school with only one GCSE is helping to inspire young people in the area. Deborah Haywood is backing a scheme aimed at building the confidence of young people and making them feel more aspirational about the future.

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    The Bear Inn and Hotel was given a score of two out of five for food hygiene following the inspection in March A Derbyshire hotel was found with food three days out of date and food left out to cool for many hours. The Bear Inn and Hotel, in Alderwasley, near Crich, was subject to a rigorous food hygiene inspection by Amber Valley Borough Council in March.

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    The victim was left with facial bruising after the attack in broad daylight in Derby and is recovering in hospital. The incident, near the junction of St Chads Road and Empress Road in Normanton at around 8.30am, was described by police as "particularly nasty".

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    Community groups and charities are being urged to grab themselves up to 25,000 from a fund set up to back South Derbyshire projects. The grants range between 1,000 and 25,000 and can be given to projects and groups including parish councils and arts.

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    A man has been handed a suspended sentence after he breached his court order - which banned him from Swadlincote shops for five years - for a second time. Mark McVey was caught drinking alcohol in Civic Way, Swadlincote, on May 10, even though he was banned from consuming alcohol in any public area of Swadlincote town centre under the court order.

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    Sophia Kaczan, a Polish woman, was left with a broken neck after being knocked to the ground by muggers who took her handbag in Derby on Sunday This is the 100-year-old widow who was left with a broken neck after she was mugged as she walked to church in Derby on Sunday. Sophia Kaczan was left covered in blood and with a fractured cheekbone after the thug grabbed her green imitation leather bag from behind.

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    New powers aimed at preventing strip clubs and sex shops from being set up near schools are about to be brought in by South Derbyshire District Council. Under current legislation, councils cannot refuse applications for these types of licenses based on whether the proposed location is inappropriate - but this is set to change.

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    Plans have been unveiled to restore Belper's mills complex and breathe new life into its historic buildings by converting them into homes, leisure facilities and business units. Asset and property management company FI Real Estate Management has released proposals for the mills, which sit on the banks of the River Derwent at the junction of Bridge Foot and Matlock Road.

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    They're the kingpins of the kitchen, labouring over mouthwatering dishes at some of Nottingham's top restaurants such as Hart's, Iberico World Tapas and, of course, two-Michelin-starred Restaurant Sat Bains. We quizzed them about their favourite haunts - and it's not all about tantalising the tastebuds with a fancy jus here or an espuma there.

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    When Errol Spence Jr. left Bramall Lane a year ago, he wanted to know what it'd feel like to defend his welterweight title in front of an adoring hometown crowd. A year after devastating nearly 30,000 of Kell Brook's hometown fans by knocking out Brook in Sheffield, England, Spence will get that opportunity two weeks from Saturday night.

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