Belper swimmer Ross Davenport prepares for his 4x200 metres race at today's Olympics.
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Chris Knight from Woodville & Kate Moore from Belper who took part in the opening ceremony
People from across Derbyshire will be taking part in the opening ceremony of the Olympics.
A young woman from Derbyshire is killed by a landslide on a south-coast beach.
Plans are proposed for the site of the former American Adventure theme park near Heanor.
1 in 8 British soldiers display violent behaviour after returning from conflict zones.
Narrow boats trapped at Sawley Marina for the past fortnight have been able to leave.
Met Police officer has been cleared of killing a former Matlock man during the G20 protest
A Burton woman says she's sickened by the treatment of her dad by the Queens Hospital.
We hear from a Derby lecturer who has been involved in training staff for the Olympics.
Despite some poor ticket sales, Derby Theatre says it's first season has been a success.
We find out if the government will electrify the Midland mainline.
The Philpott family who tragically lost 6 children thank the community for their support.
Lewis Mighty's parents speak about a song in memory of their son who died from cancer.
Toys left at a Derby house where 6 children died are donated to a children's hospital.
RSPCA inspectors are appalled as 20 dogs are found living in filthy living conditions.
After a day of floods on Friday, we find out how the mop up operation went at the weekend.
Forecasters warn of floods in many parts of Derbyshire with a month's rainfall in 24 hours
Derby City council is resurrecting the city's bus partnership to improve transport links.
Benefit fraud in Derby has risen by 43 percent in a year.
Two major roundabouts in Derby are to be changed as part of a multi million pound project.
A new report in to obesity suggests 20% of Derby children between 10-11 are obese.