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Kleinveldt strikes to stifle Derbyshire
Rory Kleinveldt takes three wickets in nine balls for Northamptonshire as Derbyshire's middle order struggle at Wantage Road.
Brighton & Hove Albion v Derby County
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Championship game between Brighton & Hove Albion and Derby County.
Burton Albion 2-1 Gillingham
Burton are on the brink of promotion to the Championship after beating Gillingham, whose play-off hopes are damaged.
Chesterfield 3-0 Bury
Chesterfield confirm their place in League One next season with an emphatic victory over Bury at the Proact Stadium.
VIDEO: Political Week in 60 seconds
The headlines from the political week are reviewed by BBC Sunday Politics East Midlands.
Boy, 2, found 'hanging from bed loop'
A two-year-old boy is found hanging and not breathing after he got his neck stuck in his parents' lift-up bed.
Police tried to keep rapist's name secret
Police try to keep the identity of a Polish rapist secret in a town where there have been tensions over an influx of Eastern European migrants.
Thorne helped with paranoia - Hughes
Will Hughes says fellow Derby midfielder George Thorne helped him deal with paranoia as he recovered from injury.
'Armed man used hen harrier decoy'
A video emerges apparently showing an armed man using a decoy bird to attract a rare hen harrier on land owned by the National Trust.
Architecture prize winners announced
Nine buildings across the East Midlands win an architecture award.
More clean air zones needed, say MPs
Powers granted to Derby to make a "clean air zone" targeting high-polluting vehicles should be extended to more cities, MPs say.
Bernie Clifton in death metal mix-up
A list of tracks by a death metal band is accidentally printed on the back of a new album by comedian Bernie Clifton.
Cancer presenter's mum unveils building
BBC Radio Derby officially renames its building in honour of presenter Colin Bloomfield, a year after his death from skin cancer.
Bronte fans get run of 'Jane Eyre hall'
A Grade II-listed hall that inspired Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre opens its doors for the 200th anniversary of the author's birth.
Alton Towers faces fine for Smiler crash
Alton Towers operator Merlin Entertainments admits health and safety breaches over a rollercoaster crash which seriously injured five people, including a Derbyshire man.
Police and Crime Commissioner Election 2016: Derbyshire
Full candidate list for the police and crime commissioner election