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Tights firm blames BHS woe for collapse
A clothing firm which supplied BHS has gone out of business, blaming the collapse of the high street store.
Kent win after Derbyshire collapse
Opener Daniel Bell-Drummond hits an unbeaten 80 as Kent win by seven wickets after bowling out Derbyshire for 94.
Two arrests as murder probe launched
Two people are arrested in connection with the death of a man who was assaulted, police say.
Chesterfield sign midfielder Nolan
Midfielder Jon Nolan joins League One side Chesterfield on a free transfer after leaving Grimsby Town.
White unfazed by Paralympics debut
Swimmer Lewis White says he goes into the Rio 2016 Paralympics under "no pressure" as the youngest male on Team GB.
UKIP councillor in election fraud probe
Police are asked to investigate a newly elected city councillor in Derby over a potential election fraud.
Waste firm warned after fly infestation
A waste company in Derby is ordered to clear away tonnes of waste after complaints about a serious fly infestation.
Haslam buoyed by Brands Hatch showing
Leon Haslam says taking the lead in the British Superbike standings after two podium finishes at Brands Hatch has set him up for the rest of the season.
Rapist named by court returns to Poland
A man convicted of rape returns to Poland after a newspaper successfully challenges a move by Derbyshire Police to withhold his name and nationality.
Peaty completes European golden double
Britain's Adam Peaty secures a European Championship breaststroke double while Fran Halsall defends her 50m backstroke title.
Man held in migrant smuggling probe
An Iraqi man suspected of smuggling hundreds of migrants into the UK is facing extradition to France after being arrested at his home in Derby.
Nine men convicted over child sex ring
Nine men are convicted of child sex abuse after a boy, from the East Midlands, was "pimped out" as part of a prostitution ring.
Teens detained over baby kidnap plot
Two teenage girls - including one who had been faking a pregnancy - are detained for conspiring to kidnap three babies.
How Facebook baby kidnap plot was foiled
A mother explains how she almost lost her child
Sickness bug forces school closure
An outbreak of sickness and diarrhoea forces the closure of a school in Derbyshire.
MP brands voter 'a horrible racist'
A Labour MP campaigning for the UK to remain in the EU has apologised after being recorded calling a voter a "horrible racist".
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