13:23 UK time, Friday, 4 July 2014
East Midlands cities will lose out without new powers, warns leader.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh meet enthusiast crowds during a visit to the Derbyshire Dales.
Two men are found guilty of blowing up cash machines across England, including in Derby, to steal an estimated £500,000, while another three admit the offence.
Belper School pupil Charlotte Skinner has been named Derbyshire County Council's Student Chef of the Year.
The competition invited young people to produce a "culturally diverse" meal for two on a budget of £2 a head.
Charlotte took first prize with her offering of Moroccan meatballs, tortillas and white mousse for pudding.
The government estimates yesterday's mass public sector walkout cost Derbyshire's economy more than £3m.
Police have made a renewed appeal for information after a woman was sexually assaulted in the grounds of Long Eaton Library last weekend.
The 30-year-old was attacked as she walked home from Manhattan's nightclub shortly after 03:00 on Sunday.
A town's towering tribute to mark the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One has burst into colour.
Millions of poppy seeds were sown to create 100ft high lettering on a hill overlooking Belper in Derbyshire.
Some parts of Derby won't get their bins emptied for another week after collections were cancelled yesterday because of the national strike by public sector staff.
After 17:00, we'll hear from one of those residents affected and see what the city council has to say about the situation. Listen live.
Former York City defender Chris Smith has joined Alfreton Town on a one-year deal.
The 33-year-old, who has also played for Mansfield Town, Worcester City and Halifax Town, is Nicky Law's eighth signing of the summer.
The fire service says a blaze at a Derbyshire school yesterday was an accident caused by the work being carried out on its roof.
The fire destroyed Stonebroom Primary School's roof and damaged four classrooms but staff and pupils were praised for their quick and calm response to the emergency.
Fire investigators have reached a conclusion about what caused a blaze at Stonebroom Primary School in Derbyshire yesterday. Find out more in my 16:00 news bulletin.
Two pedestrians have been taken to hospital after they were in collision with a car that mounted the kerb, police said.
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I only needed to wear these glasses for one more day before having laser surgery tomorrow - and the arm has fallen off! Typical.
A Derbyshire textile designer who works with athletes at the cutting edge of fabric technology says she enjoys the challenge of finding solutions to help their performance.
Sally Cowan, from Belper, has produced clothing for British Cycling, the Ferrari Formula 1 team and is already working on outfits for Rio 2016.
Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service tweets: Were opening the doors at Kingsway Fire Station tomorrow,12-3pm.Come along & see some great demonstrations.Lots 2see & do for all the family
Our top stories at 15:00 are:
The government has announced almost £1m in funding for greener transport in Derby.
It will be used to encourage people to cycle, walk or take the bus to work, as well as continuing work that's been done in the city to reduce congestion.
Derby will have a dedicated police museum for the first time in 10 years when it opens to the public this weekend.
At 14:45, you can hear what happened when historian Richard Felix gave me a look behind the scenes. Listen live.
Stonebroom Primary School, which was evacuated yesterday after a fire broke out, is expected to reopen on Monday, officials have said.
Two men have been found guilty of blowing up cash machines across the country to steal an estimated £500,000.
A total of 28 cash machines were raided in locations including Liverpool, Loughborough, Birmingham and Derby.
Here are the top headlines in my 14:00 bulletin on BBC Radio Derby:
About 180 jobs could be created when a new Waitrose supermarket opens in Uttoxeter.
The store is to be built on the site of JCB's former heavy products department, after the firm opted to sell the land.
Pupils at Stonebroom Primary School have been describing the moment they were told to leave after a fire broke out yesterday afternoon.
One said: "We had to crawl down on the floor and put shirts over our noses and mouths."
Another said: "It was all smoky and I couldn't breathe."
On BBC One at 13:30, some of the region's maternity units have been turning mothers in labour away because they're too busy. Plus there are calls to bring the East Midlands' old waterways back to life.
The top stories in the 13:00 bulletin are:
BBC News Online has more on refugee children being sexually abused at Donington Hall in the 1960s.
Files on the offences, by a housemaster at the home, have been revisited after a major inquiry was launched into the Home Office's handling of historical allegations of child abuse.
I'm looking forward to meeting new Derby County signing Cyrus Christie later. You can hear the interview on BBC Radio Derby after 18:00.
A 17-year-old was attacked by a group of teenage boys in Wirksworth on Tuesday, police said.
The victim was targeted as he walked along Water Lane at about 15:00. Police have appealed for witnesses.
Ripley Music Festival will feature a performance from a fresh-faced band this evening, featuring three brothers aged 10, 12 and 14.
The festival is focusing on "youth bands" at Crossley Park from 19:00 this evening. Denby act Barnie Rubblez are one of several young groups on the bill.
Here are the top stories in my 12:00 bulletin:
West Bromwich Albion head coach Alan Irvine has been giving some mixed messages about Derby County transfer target George Thorne.
Irvine says while he doesn't want the midfielder to leave, he could be allowed to go if the club receives a good enough offer.
A lane is closed on the M1 northbound between J28 and J29 because of a broken down vehicle, says our travel news team.
Bosses at the FA's St George's Park training centre say Burton's economy will be boosted by millions of pounds by their "masterplan" for the venue.
They claim hundreds of jobs could be created as a result of the expansion proposals, which include the building of a golf academy, a sport business campus and new pitches.
Burton-based rock band The Dark Horses are performing on Sally Pepper's programme after 12:00, ahead of their set at the Derby Beer Festival.
Lead singer Alex Canner (pictured) says the group will be treating listeners to a classic 70s guitar number and revealing which band member owns more than 60 guitars. Listen live.
In my 11:00 bulletin, bosses at a Derbyshire school which was evacuated due to a fire yesterday reveal when it is likely to reopen.
This time yesterday, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were enjoying a visit to Derbyshire. BBC East Midlands Today followed the monarch through the day.
Firefighters in South Derbyshire were called into action just moments before they were set to walk out on strike - after a person was left trapped in their car following an accident.
A fire investigation is under way following a blaze at a school in Stonebroom.
A structural engineer will be assessing damage to four classrooms at Stonebroom Primary School which were damaged in the fire yesterday afternoon. Nobody was injured.
On my show today I'll be taking a trip to the 37th Derby Beer Festival in the Market Place. Listen live.
The top stories in my 10:00 bulletin on BBC Radio Derby:
'Scum' - the thief who stole medals of Derby First World War soldier.
Sex offences carried out on refugee boys by a house master at Donington Hall in 1965 are to form part of the public inquiry into how the Home Office handled historical allegations of child abuse.
Sanchia Berg, who has been looking through the related files for BBC Panorama, said Peter John Moor had a string of convictions for sexual offences but had been able to move around freely simply by changing his name.
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The Queen was given a hamper of Derbyshire products and a loom bracelet during her visit to the county yesterday.
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Our top stories at 09:00 are:
An accident is blocking Belper Road in West Hallam, warns BBC Travel News.
Derby Cathedral bosses say they hope to start spending their £535,000 windfall early next year.
The cash is being provided by the World War One Centenary Repairs Fund to repair heating, lighting and wiring.
Derbyshire's four-day game against Essex ended in a draw at Chesterfield yesterday.
The home side had set Essex an unlikely victory target of 367 but were unable to take 10 wickets.
The public inquiry into how the Home Office handled historical allegations of child abuse will include two offences at Castle Donington's Donington Hall in 1965, when it was a home for refugee children.
Files show that a house master, Peter John Moor, was convicted of two offences against young boys there.
A fairly decent day is forecast, but with a good deal of cloud and light drizzle possible this morning. Highs of 22C (72F).
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