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A 20m pledged for 'affordable' homes by social landlord
Peaks & Plains Housing Trust's announcement follows its successful bid for 3.8m in funding from the Homes and Communities Agency.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Clowne, Creswell and Whitwell: Police issue 'legal highs' warning after recent court case
Police have issued a warning to drug users about the dangers of using new psychoactive substances following a recent court case.
Memory Lane: Trade suffers as war hits the home front
As the British expeditionary force landed in France, the ramifications of the country's involvement in the 'European War' were already being felt back home in High Peak.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
A 30,000 fine after forklift truck accident
A food packaging company in Buxton has been fined after an employee suffered severe injuries to his leg when he was struck by a forklift truck.
Derby Shire Times
High Peak rail users face rise in fares
High Peak rail commuters will face a hike in fares next month, as significant changes to off-peak tickets come into force.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Ceremonial mace has WWI connection
The evening started with the presentation of a plaque before the British Legion standard and the plaque were paraded from Cavendish House to the war memorial where the names of the fallen were read out before a two minute silence.
Meeting on hospital plans
A public meeting on plans which would see High Peak residents having to travel to Manchester for emergency surgery is taking place in Buxton next month.
Dove Holes post office to re-open
Six years after it closed, Dove Holes Post Office is to re-open at the village's methodist church on Tuesday.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
A Level: High Peak students help King's School get their best results ever
Buxton and High Peak academics played a key role in King's A Level students smashing the school's record for A Level results with 54 per cent of all grades at A* or A up from 43 per cent last year.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Buxton man trashes parents house
A Buxton roofer trashed his parents' house in a rage after his mum wouldn't let him borrow her phone.
Food Quality News
Primopost fined A 30k after worker struck by forklift truck
Americk Primopost has been fined after an employee suffered severe injuries to his leg when he was hit by a forklift truck.
Derbyshire warning against taking legal highs and driving
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Wed Aug 13, 2014
Project is helping get older people online
A former senior Derbyshire detective who helped pioneer the UK's safeguarding system which protects the vulnerable has been given a grant by the University of Derby Buxton to help open up the internet to older people.
New Mills man was "possessed by devil"
Antony Berry was convicted of two counts of assault by beating following a trial at High Peak Magistrates' Court on Monday.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
New Mills driver fined for using phone
Gordon Wilson, 34, of Eaves Knoll Road, admitted using his phone while driving his BMV on Union Road, New Mills, at 1.45pm.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Housing plans agreed for Chapel
High Peak planners have approved outline plans for up to 49 houses on a site in Chapel-en-le-Frith.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Buxton residents get help to access credit union services
MCU s High Peak worker Lynsey Howarth and Councillor Bisknell explain the benefits of membership to Alistair Rogerson and Terence Honeyford.
Actors feared being upstaged by landscape
The second series of BAFTA-nominated drama The Village begins at the weekend, with the landscape of the High Peak again set to take centre stage.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
High Peak Goes to War: View digital edition of our Wwi special
Don't worry if you missed the Buxton Advertiser's special 16-page supplement last week marking the outbreak of the First World War - you can now view the whole thing online.
Punched stranger in the head nine times
Nathan Myerscough had been out with friends on April 4, spending the evening in the Beehive pub in New Mills, prosecutor John Cooper said.