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4 hrs ago | Daily Mail
Hunt for missing Malaysian plane switches a THOUSAND miles away to the INDIAN Ocean as it emerges aircraft DID keep 'pinging' for hours after flight vanished 250,000 more children now living in a two-parent home: Ministers say increase shows policies to support stable families are working The number of children living with both their parents has ... (more)
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10 hrs ago | Buxton Advertiser
A Buxton man who breached his curfew 11 times in six weeks, has had his community order extended by three weeks.
17 hrs ago | Bakewell Today
Zoe Hutchinson failed to negotiate a left-hand bend on the B6049 near Millers Dale at just after 7pm and her Mini collided with a wall on November 11, 2013, High Peak Magistrates' Court heard.
18 hrs ago | Derby Shire Times
An alcoholic has admitted stealing more than 100 worth of whiskey from Marks and Spencers in Glossop because he said he couldn't afford to pay for his fix.
Former High Peak Borough Council apprentice and now supervisor Richard Howard, centre, with current apprentice Nicholas Knowles and council leader Caitlin Bisknell.
Age UK Derby and Derbyshire's Bolsover Befriending Services is searching for people who can provide a vital link for these people to the outside world.
Buxton's Scrivener's Bookshop is getting a facelift thanks to a heritage grant of almost 10,000 from High Peak Borough Council.
Children at Kinder Kids Pre-school and Dove Holes Methodist Church had a flipping good day on Tuesday when they celebrated Pancake Day.
The High Peak will be joining towns and villages across the country and the world to celebrate Commonwealth Day next week.
POLICE and crime commissioner Alan Charles has repeated his commitment to increasing support for victims of domestic abuse by backing a week-long awareness campaign.
A High Peak historian is writing a trilogy of book about Hayfield during the war to mark the centenary of the start of the First World War on August 4. Part One of George Cogswell's Hayfield at War series will focus on 1914 to 1916, Part Two will cover 1917 to 1926 and Part Three will be about the Second World War.
Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal launched at Morrisons, on Market Street, in Chapel-en-le-Frith, on Saturday and the charity is asking the High Peak to make a donation and wear a daffodil pin.