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  1. Updates for Thursday 30 June 2016
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Friday

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By Euan Duncan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Today's updates have come to an end. Join us again from 08:00 on Friday.

  2. Weather: Showers this evening

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    It will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain pushing in this evening, which could be heavy, although the showers clear by dawn, with overnight lows of about 13C (56F).

    Weather temperatures for 10am on Friday July 1

    There will be sunny spells tomorrow, but blustery showers develop, with highs around 17C (63F).

  3. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Here's a reminder of the main stories today.

    • Inspectors say Derby school needs to rapidly improve children's behaviour
    • Friend of man stabbed to death in Derby tells murder trial he didn't expect the confrontation to escalate like it did
    • Burton Albion keeper Stephen Bywater signs one-year deal
  4. Your photos: Sun struggles through in Matlock

    Nicer day for a walk as this photo taken at Matlock by our Weather Watcher Bally wings shows.

  5. Opening for new adventure centre

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    A new adventure centre for disabled young people is opening in Derbyshire.

    Mount Cook Adventure Centre

    The Mount Cook centre at Middleton-by-Wirksworth offers outdoor activities such as climbing and caving for inner city children and young people with disabilities.

  6. Noel Baker School ordered to improve

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Derby City Council said: "We are deeply disappointed that Noel Baker School is not improving as rapidly as we would like to see.

    "Our ambition is clear in that we want all young people to receive a great quality education. We are continuing to work closely with the school and hold both the leaders and governors to account.

    Noel Baker School at Alvaston

    "The school is reviewing much of its practice and we expect that it will share its improvement plans with parents and carers in the near future."

  7. School told to improve pupil behaviour quickly

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    Inspectors say 'rapid improvement' is needed in the behaviour of children at a Derby school.

    Ofsted says Noel Baker School in Alvaston, which has been classed as under-performing, isn't improving quickly enough and teaching is 'inconsistent'.

    The school is due to become an academy in September.

  8. South Derbyshire Labour backs Corbyn

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    The South Derbyshire constituency Labour party has passed a motion backing Jeremy Corbyn and criticising MPs who've "undermined" him.

    Letter from South Derbyshire constituency Labour party in support of Jeremy Corbyn
  9. Chamber wants regional airports used in expansion delay

    An air of disappointment from the East Midlands Chamber of Commerce today after airport expansion plans for south-east England were put on hold.

    East Midlands Airport

    The Chamber wants the government to use the delay to consider using available capacity at regional hubs, such as East Midlands Airport.

  10. Car hits house at Stretton

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Police are appealing for witnesses after a car struck a house on Fairham Road in Stretton today.

    The crash shortly before 05:00 resulted in damage to several concrete posts and fence panels.

  11. May wins support of Griffiths

    Chris Doidge

    BBC Radio Derby political reporter

    Burton MP Andrew Griffiths says he's backing Theresa May for the Conservative leadership.  

  12. Tom Webb murder trial: Friend thought they'd walk away

    BBC Radio Derby

    A jury's heard the best friend of Tom Webb who was stabbed to death in Derby city centre thought they'd all walk away from the situation.

    Zayill Gillespie, 24, told Nottingham Crown Court how he, Tom and other friends had drunk around seven pints before a fight on East Street.

    Tom Webb

    Mr Gillespie told the prosecution he thought 'it would be fine' but Tom was fatally stabbed in the fight. 

    The 16-year-old defendant, who can't be named for legal reasons, denies murder. The trial continues.

  13. Police called to school over 'aggressive' eight-year-old

    Derbyshire Times

    A Derbyshire junior school called in police to help deal with an eight-year-old boy who was being "aggressive" towards staff.

  14. Weather: Sunshine and showers expected

    Sara Blizzard

    BBC Weather

    There will be sunny spells and a few showers this afternoon, with highs of 18C (64F).

    Weather temperatures for Thursday June 30 to Friday July 1

    Outbreaks of rain are expected to spread east during this evening and will be heavy in places.

  15. Brewers keeper pens new deal

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Goalkeeper Stephen Bywater has signed a new one-year deal with Burton Albion.

    Stephen Bywater

    The former Rams keeper arrived at the Pirelli Stadium in January to provide cover for Jon McLaughlin.

  16. Your views: Hospitals facing closure


    We've had a few comments on Facebook about the planned closure of two community hospitals in Derbyshire.

    Bolsover Hospital

    Cliff Lee posted: "There are already too few beds and too many managers. if we need to save money let's start at the top where there's waste and surplus."

  17. Latest headlines for Derbyshire and East Staffordshire

    Euan Duncan

    BBC Local Live

    Here's a summary of the main stories this lunchtime.

    • Man stabbed in Derby city centre made a comment which could have led to his death, jury hears
    • Inspirational triathlon boy receives surprise present on visit to Derby firm
    • Derbyshire coach leads 'Madsen for England' call