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Summary

  1. Updates for Tuesday 14 June 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Wednesday

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By Sandish Shoker

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Live updates for Derbyshire have finished for the day but we'll be back at 08:00 tomorrow with all the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Weather: Further showers tonight

    Kaye Forster

    Weather Presenter

    There will be a few showers pushing in this evening and overnight.

    The cloud will remain and it will stay muggy with lows of 11C (52F).

    weather
  3. Latest headlines over Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Here are your final headlines for today:

  4. Your photos: Grey skies over Derby

    BBC Weather Watchers

    There were some stormy skies over Littleover a short while ago.

    It's not looking pleasant out there!

    stormy skies
  5. New craft beer bar planned for city centre

    Plans for a new craft beer bar and bottle shop have been given the go-ahead by the city council.

    Suds and Soda will replace a former sandwich shop on Friar Gate.  

    New craft beer
  6. Cricket: Derbyshire unchanged for tomorrow

    BBC Derby Sport

    Derbyshire have named an unchanged side for tomorrow's One-Day Cup tie away to Warwickshire.

    Coach John Sadler says one-day captain Wes Durston isn't far away from a return from injury, but he won't be risked tomorrow. 

    Weather permitting, play is due to get under way at 11:00.

  7. Market traders 'scraping along'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    A trader at Burton Market Hall told BBC Radio Derby many of them were just "scraping along" and only steadily making any money.

    He said as a result many traders had come and gone.

  8. Your views: Switch off heating to save money?

    Facebook

    Some of you have been commenting on the council's plans to close children's centres in Derbyshire on our Facebook page.

    Maureen Frost wrote: "So they want to save some money. Visited Belper library yesterday and the heating was on! Do we need this in June no?? If the staff are cold put a jumper on, l bet they've not got in on at home??"  

  9. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

  10. Bombardier join forces with another local firm

    East Midlands Today

    Train maker Bombardier has confirmed a multi-million pound deal with another local company - Porterbrook Leasing which is based at Pride Park.

    They will make more than 90 new vehicles which will be used to supply the Great Western Railway. The work is expected to be completed by October next year.

  11. Refurbished Market Hall is 'improving' says council

    BBC Radio Derby

    Burton's Market Hall is steadily improving according to East Staffordshire Borough Council, despite a high turnover of traders and a disappointing number of visitors. 

    Burton Market Hall

    Only a handful of traders who took up stalls when the market reopened after a £1.5m revamp are still trading there and there are concerns about the number of people using the market.  

  12. Council working with unions over job losses

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    The county council says the closures mean the loss of 143 full time equivalent posts in its children's and business services. 

    They said they were holding talks with unions to limit job losses and see if staff could be offered voluntary redundancy or re-deployment.

    The authority said they were also talking to voluntary and community groups with a view to keeping some children's centre services open in some locations. 

  13. Axing children's centres will have 'detrimental effect'

    Sandish Shoker

    BBC News Online

    Derbyshire County Council says it is keeping open centres "where there is the most need".

    But during the consultation people said closures would mean travelling further to access services and they would have a "detrimental affect" on the health and wellbeing of children.

    Children's centres

    The Save Belper Children's Centre group said it was worried "many vulnerable families will be left without support".