A school in Derby has come up with a novel way of calming the nerves of students sitting their GCSE exams - relaxation classes.
A celebration of the six Philpott children who died in a Derby house fire will take place on the first anniversary of their deaths.
Speaking exclusively to ITV News, Dawn Bestwick said jail wasn't good enough for MIck Philpott and that "as a coward" he "deserved to die".
Derbyshire Police have released the name of the man whose body was found in the chimney of a business in Derby.
42 year old Kevin Gough, of no fixed abode, was found at a premises in St Mary's Gate on Wednesday.
Police are not treating his death as suspicious. An inquest will open at Derby Coroners Court this afternoon.
Derbyshire Constabulary have confirmed that a body was discovered in the chimney of an office on St Mary's Gate in Derby city centre yesterday around noon.
The area was cordoned off while the body was removed by officers.
The body is believed to be that of a man.
Officers are working to establish his identity and inform his family.
Police are treating the death as unexplained.
For almost a century, she's been vilified as a traitor. But today, Alice Wheeldon's home city took a first significant step to putting the record straight.
In 1917 Alice, a peace activist, was wrongly accused of plotting to murder the Prime Minister and sent to prison.
Now a blue plaque has been unveiled in her honour. Peter Bearne reports.
Derby City Councillor Hardyal Dhindsa met Alice Wheeldon's great-granddaughters Chloe and Deirdre Mason at the unveiling of their ancestor's plaque.
Alice Wheeldon's great-granddaughters Chloe and Deirdre Mason were "excited" about see the unveiling of their ancestor's plaque.
They said it was a "tremendous symbol of a big recognition of a woman who made a big contribution to Derby and stood up for her beliefs."
Alice Wheeldon's great-granddaughters, Chloe and Deirdre Mason, have travelled all the way from Australia to see the plaque honouring their great grandmother officially unveiled.
They say it is a significant step in their campaign to clear Alice's name.
The city of Derby is today taking a first step towards rehabilitating a woman vilified for almost a century for plotting to murder the Prime Minister.
The city council will today unveil a blue plaque in honour of peace activist Alice Wheeldon.
Alice, a 50-year-old shopkeeper who lived in Pear Tree Road, was found guilty of planning to poison David Lloyd George in 1917.
Sentenced to 10 years, she was released after nine months due to ill-health from hunger strikes.
But she never recovered fully and died in 1919.
Her family and supporters believe the Government framed her because of her radical anti-war beliefs and support for conscientious objectors during World War One.
The long wait for a UK airline to finally be able to operate Boeing's problem-hit new ultra-green Dreamliner plane will end on July 8.
On that date Thomson Airways will begin Boeing 787 Dreamliner services, using the aircraft to fly between Manchester and Orlando in Florida and between Glasgow and Cancun in Mexico. Some, but not all, 787's are powered by Derby-built Trent 1000 engines.
Thomson had to scrap all its planned Dreamliner flights for May and June 2013 after battery smoke emanating on two Dreamliner flights operated by Japanese carriers led to a grounding of the world's 787 fleet and a halt to deliveries.
A prisoner who absconded from HMP Sudbury in Derbyshire has been arrested in Derby this afternoon.
An officer saw Adam Hill in a car in Chaddesden shortly before 4pm and followed him, calling for back up.
Hill got out of the car and the officer lost sight of him. A dog unit and a police helicopter were sent to the area to help with the search.
He was found in the garden of a house in Wood Road and arrested.
25-year-old Adam Hill absconded from the prison on the 24th March. He was sentenced at Bolton Crown Court in December 2006 to an indeterminate sentence for wounding.
Derby's newly refurbished railway station officially opens today.
Work started on modernising the building, with more cycle spaces and public art, in April 2012.