A man who was stabbed to death at a flat in Ilkeston has been named by police as Paul Averill.
The 30-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene in Charlotte Street on Thursday morning.
A second man was taken to hospital with suspected stab wounds. He remains in a serious but stable condition.
A 23-year-old arrested on suspicion of murder remains in custody.
A school in Derby has been forced to close today after reports that up to 20 teachers have taken ill.
A sickness bug has hit St Clares School in Mickleover, according to the Derby Telegraph.
The school on Rough Heanor Road posted on its website that it had closed today 'due to unforeseen circumstances' and was aiming to reopen by Monday.
It advised children at the school suffering from illness to stay off for 48 hours.
Nottingham Forest bosses have issued a warning to supporters about offensive chanting ahead of Sunday’s East Midlands derby.
Nottinghamshire Police have backed the club's appeal which warns fans that "racist, homophobic and offensive" chants will not be tolerated.
Football clubs now risk being subjected to strong sanctions from the football authorities for failing to control their fans. This includes racist, homophobic and offensive chanting.
The club will deal strongly with anyone who participates in such behaviour.
Superintendent Mark Holland said police would be looking to identify any troublemakers
We want people to enjoy the banter of a local derby, but the club rightly wants to stamp out those chants that are deemed offensive or in bad taste. Our evidence gatherers will be on alert to record anyone looking to cause trouble but we will also be supporting the clubs to identify anyone who thinks it appropriate or acceptable to chant distasteful songs to the opposing fans.
Nottingham Forest take on Derby County on Sunday. Kick off is at 1.15pm. Forest sit top of the Championship after an unbeaten start to the season. They will be looking to avenge last season's 5-0 defeat to their local rivals.
A murder and an armed robbery that happened minutes apart on the same street are not believed to be linked.
Police officers were called to an armed robbery at the One Stop shop on Charlotte Street in Ilkeston, Derbyshire, at about 5.30am yesterday. Ten minutes later, officers found a man who had been stabbed to death, and another man with serious injuries in a nearby house.
A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.
"Although both of these incidents were reported at around the same time and in the same street, we do not believe they are linked in any way.
“Individual investigations are now being carried out into the two incidents and I would urge anyone with information to call us.”
More local councils are being urged to apply to host stages of next year's Tour of Britain.
The event's race director Mick Bennett, who was born in Birmingham, said it could help boost the local economy.
The tour passed through parts of Worcestershire earlier this week, including Pershore and Evesham, bringing in hundreds of thousands of pounds in extra income.
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Derbyshire Police say they are keeping an open mind on the incidents that took place on Charlotte Street in Ilkeston, Derbyshire this morning.
A man was stabbed to death and another seriously injured after an attack, which happened just 10 minutes after an armed raid at a shop down the road.
Supt Gary Parkin has asked the public to help with their enquiries.
An eyewitness of a murder in Ilkeston in Derbyshire has described the scene this morning.
Kevin Kinzer saw the emergency services taking a second man away in a wheelchair.
Friends of the man killed in Ilkeston in Derbyshire today have paid tribute to him.
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