Images show two people officers want to speak to after children’s clothing was stolen in two separate incidents from a Midlands shop.Read the full story ›
An otter cub is recovering after being separated from her mother during last week's Storm Doris.Read the full story ›
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The widow of Sir John Hurt has said it will be a "strange world" without the veteran actor following his death at the age of 77.Read the full story ›
Derby actor Sir John Hurt paid tribute to the place he grew up while visiting the city's film festival, saying it 'is nice to feel you belong somewhere'.
Stars have paid tribute to Sir John Hurt who has died at 77 following a battle with cancer.
Very sad to hear of John Hurt's passing. It was such an honor to have watched you work, sir.
The British actor was nominated for two Academy Awards, for The Elephant Man and Midnight Express, and won four Bafta Awards, including a lifetime achievement recognition for his outstanding contribution to British cinema in 2012.
The Derby Quad arts centre has paid tribute Sir John Hurt after the distinguished actor died aged 77.
He was the centre's first patron and often visited the city of Derby, after spending his childhood in Chesterfield.
Everyone at QUAD is so saddened to hear that our original Patron Sir John Hurt has died. Our thoughts are with Anwen and his family.
Childline founder and president Dame Esther Rantzen hailed Sir John, who was a fundraiser for the children's charity.Read the full story ›
A 46-year-old man has gone missing from his home in Chesterfield.
Barry Shaw, 46, was last seen around 8am on Thursday, January 19 before he left his home in Newbold to go to work in the town centre.
He is described as white, around 6ft tall and of a large build. He is bald, clean shaven and was last seen wearing a white shirt and tie, dark coloured trousers and black shoes.
Anyone who sees Barry, or knows where he might be, is asked to contact Derbyshire police on 101, quoting incident number 648 of January 20.
Chesterfield have appointed former Wigan boss Gary Caldwell as their new manager.
The 34-year-old Scot succeeds Danny Wilson, who was sacked on January 8 following a miserable run of 13 defeats in 18 Sky Bet League One matches which left the Spireites in the relegation zone.
Experienced player Ritchie Humphreys, the current PFA chairman, oversaw the 4-0 defeat at Luton in the EFL Trophy and Saturday's 1-0 league victory over fellow strugglers Coventry but Caldwell now takes charge ahead of the visit of AFC Wimbledon at the weekend.