This weekend has it all, weather-wise anyway, almost all the elements are involved. Sunshine, showers, wind and rain too. Details hereRead the full story ›
Two HGV's have been involved in a collision on the eastbound carriageway (towards Derby) and on the westbound carriageway (towards Stoke) a car and HGV have also collided.
Fire service and paramedics are dealing with the incident involving the two HGVs as the drivers of both vehicles has sustained injuries, one believed to the seriously.
The air ambulance is currently also at the location.
It is likely that the road will remain closed for a consideration time.
More lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in Derby are being encouraged to either adopt or become foster carers.
The city council says children do well when they are with adoptive or foster parents from the LGBT community.
Staff will hold special events today and next week to encourage more prospective parents.
With the demand for adoption and fostering being so high, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can make a real difference in the community by giving children and teenagers the care, support and family life they desperately need.
Our children do well when placed with adopters from the LGBT community and in some cases better, because LGBT people are more likely to keep families together by adopting or fostering siblings.
Spring is literally around the corner and signs of it are starting to pop up. We would love to lots of pictures from all around the MidlandsRead the full story ›
Rolls-Royce has secured a contract worth $130 million to provide Trent 1,000 engines to All Nippon Airways.
The firm, which has a base in Derby, has previously been selected by the airline for the engine which has now powered more than 80,000 Dreamliners.
We've received more wonderful images of the region this week but a certain subject matter stood out! Take a look for yourselfRead the full story ›
Police have released the moving footage hoping to identify two possible witnesses who could help in their investigation.Read the full story ›
It is estimated that it is present in 90% of all public sector housing and schools as well as people's homes.Read the full story ›
The council have written to all nurseries and schools as Scarlet Fever cases have increased in Derbyshire by 77%, according to experts.Read the full story ›
Our topsy turvy weather continues! One day it's milder the next cold, then sunshine, then rain. What's in store for the rest of the week?Read the full story ›