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AN older people’s champion has outlined the great efforts being undertaken to try and tackle OAP malnutrition in South Derbyshire.
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A FORMER Mail photographer who spent his whole life ‘behind a lens’ has died.
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HUNDREDS of people descended on a South Derbyshire village to watch a raft race with a difference.
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A SOUTH Derbyshire auction house glittered as stars from Strictly Come Dancing took part in a charity fund-raiser.
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ROYAL baby fever has swept across America like a hurricane and it now has a South Derbyshire twist.
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FOUR sets of parents now have even more reason to celebrate the birth of their children – as they share a birthday with the royal baby.
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A BURTON brewer has come up with the ultimate way to celebrate the birth of the royal baby - with a specially designed ale.
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THE Duchess of Cambridge has been admitted to hospital and is in the early stages of labour, Kensington Palace has said.
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Kate Middleton just announced that she is pregnant. Middleton has been a fashion icon since first getting engaged to Prince William. Her pregnancy will give designers an opportunity to design beautiful maternity wear for the princess. Chelsea M.
November 28, 2012 - The Duchess of Cambridge meets James William Davies, 5 months, who was named after Prince William, with mother Tessa Davies during a walkabout in Cambridge.
Is Kate Middleton expecting a royal baby? You decide...
ONE of the major attractions of the annual Lichfield Festival is the chance to enjoy music in the elegant surroundings of the city’s cathedral.
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ROLLESTON stepped back to the seventies as more than 1,300 people turned out for the Scouts’ annual music festival on Saturday night.
SHORTLY after Marie Nash moved to Branston in the late 1950s, she joined with some friends to set up a group for older people in the village.
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THE Three Lions of English football have come to Burton in a rather unusual form to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association (FA).
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PEOPLE will say it is only bricks and mortar but the impact that the look and feel buildings have on a place is immeasurable.
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Fun in the sun for RSPCA fun day
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SUN-SEEKERS are in for a treat with Burton and South Derbyshire set to be gripped by a heatwave which will bring sweltering conditions expected to last until at least next weekend.
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THE director of a popular tourist attraction is to use its annual Agri-lympics event to support a cancer charity that is supporting someone close to his heart.
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OLD-fashioned bingo will be the order of the day at a fund raising event at the RSPCA in Stretton this weekend.
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A POPULAR South Derbyshire attraction has been lauded for consistently conjuring up new, imaginative ways to improve its offering for visitors.
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THE tuneful chime of church bells has returned to Hartshorne after more than a decade of silence, as a new group has been set up in the village.