Friends of murdered Derbyshire student Neil Dalton said he was 'better than words can describe' and deserves to be remembered like that.
Belper Amateurs cricket club who Neil used to play for, took part in a charity cricket tournament today, in his memory.
Neil, a medical student at Newcastle University, was stabbed to death in Borneo, Malaysia last month alongside fellow student, Aidan Brunger.
The money raised will be donated to the Anthony Nolan Trust.
Friends of murdered Derbyshire student Neil Dalton are gathering in Belper, in Derbyshire to play a cricket tournament in his memory today.
Neil, a medical student, was stabbed to death in Borneo, Malaysia, last month. Fellow Newcastle University student, Aidan Brunger, was also killed.
Called Neil's Day - the event will see teams from Belper and Ambergate compete against each other. It has been arranged by the Belper Amateurs - for whom Neil Dalton played.
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.”
The motivation to raise money for a good cause can come from a variety of sources, but Peter Corbett from Buxton in Derbyshire, has more reason than most for supporting his chosen charity.
He is one of our nominees for a Pride of Britain fundraiser award for his work with the Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Rutland Air Ambulance.
They saved his life after he almost died when he crashed his car in a banger-racing competition. Jane Hesketh reports.
Back in June, we asked you to nominate your fundraising hero for the Pride of Britain Awards.
We wanted to hear about inspirational people who were passionate about their cause.
This week we'll be hearing the stories of our four finalists, with the winner being announced on Friday.
They will be going to the star studded Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards in London in October.
But first we hear the story of "Me and Dee" - a charity set up to help children and adults with terminal illnesses. Its run by Maria Hanson, from Melbourne, in Derbyshire. Jane Hesketh reports.
Two people have been arrested after a brawl in Ilkeston, which left two men needing hospital treatment.
Police arrived at The Triangle, in Ilkeston, after hearing reports of two groups of people fighting.
A 21-year-old man was injured and a 22-year-old man suffered a deep cut to his face in the incident, which happened at about 1.25am on Saturday.
They were both taken to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham, where the 22-year-old received stitches for his injury.
Two men, aged 18 and 20, were arrested in connection with the assault and have been bailed pending further inquiries.
Three people have been arrested after a fight broke out in Chaddesden yesterday.
Derbyshire Police were called to the junction of Cardigan Street and Cowsley Road at 8.25pm.
They arrived to find a 24-year-old man suffering from head injuries. He was taken to the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham, but his injuries are not thought to be life changing.
Three people were arrested at the scene and will be questioned today.
Four people have been arrested after two people were attacked in Derby.
Police say a group allegedly forced their way into a house on Gerard Street at just after 9pm last night.
There are claims shots were fired inside and outside the property, but officers have yet to confirm this.
Two people who live in the house suffered 'minor injuries' but were not shot.
Those arrested are aged between 26 and 32 and live in Derby.
Around 40 people have marched through a village in Derbyshire in protest at the closure of their last remaining pub.
The new owners of the disused building in Findern near Derby have been given permission to turn it into a funeral parlour. Our Correspondent Peter Bearne was there.
Around 40 campaigners have marched through a Derbyshire village in protest at the closure of their last remaining pub.
The Wheel Inn in Findern near Derby shut down in April. It has been bought by a funeral directors who are turning it into a funeral parlour.
The protesters shouting "Save the Wheel" marched from Findern Garden Centre to the village green, where they set up their own makeshift pub serving drinks and snacks.
They say the loss of local shops, the post office and now the pub is killing community life.
The new owners Murrays Funeral Directors say the pub had been in decline for more than a decade and no-one had been willing to take it on as a going concern. Renovation work is now well underway to convert it into a funeral parlour, they added.
Villager Phil Watts said a local resident was willing to buy the pub off Murrays for £340,000, but it appears the offer has come too late.