11:22 UK time, Thursday, 10 April 2014
Devolution to England's big cities is back on the political agenda, but for how long?
The Peak District becomes the first UK National Park to have its trails and hard-to-reach locations captured on Google's Street View technology.
A man accused of murdering a 15-year-old boy in Derby is to stand trial for a third time.
Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis, born in Buxton, Derbyshire, is charged with one count of indecent assault under Operation Yewtree, Scotland Yard says.
Nearly £900,000 is to be spent building a new Derbyshire library after the existing one was condemned on safety grounds.
That's all from BBC Local Live. We'll be back with all the latest news, sport, travel and weather in Derbyshire tomorrow.
History made as Derby becomes 'sister city' of Hebron, Palestine
The Canal and River Trust is warning that the wettest winter on record could have a lasting impact on populations of dragonflies and damselflies.
The Trust is asking people to help monitor the insects as part of its annual Great Nature Watch, so I've been to do a bit of insect spotting.
More on East Midlands Today on BBC One at 18:30
There's slow traffic on M1 northbound between J27, A608 (Hucknall) and J29, A617 (Chesterfield), BBC Travel News reports.
BBC Sport Online has a preview of tomorrow's clash between Doncaster Rovers and Derby County.
Two men have been charged with offences including burglary and theft after break-ins in Derby, police say.
The men, aged 29 and 34, were arrested after a bicycle was stolen from a flat in Empress Road on Saturday 5 April .
A man and woman were arrested on suspicion of drugs offences after a warrant was carried out at a house in Etwall, Derbyshire Police has said.
A Derbyshire animal charity says it might have to stop keeping chickens after most of them were stolen.
It happened at Moo-Haven in Sandiacre ahead of an Easter Egg hunt this weekend.
Latest headlines from BBC Radio Derby
Dull and overcast for much of the rest of the day but there's a cluster of showers pushing in from the North Sea that could give us some rain in the middle of this afternoon. Highs of 13C (55F)
East Staffordshire Borough Council says it could take on some of the items, but nothing's been confirmed by the City Council.
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Derbyshire Police are appealing for witnesses to an attempted robbery in Sunnyhill, Derby, in which a man tried to steal a woman's phone.
A workman in Derby's being treated in hospital after falling fifteen feet from the side of a building, reports BBC Radio Derby.
It happened at a building in the city centre, which is being renovated, next to Shoe Zone.
A nine-year-old boy was airlifted to hospital after being hit by a car in Swanwick, reports the Derbyshire Times.
An animal rescue charity says its Easter egg hunt has been ruined after thieves stole most of its chickens.
Moo-Haven in Sandiacre takes care of animals that are unwanted or seriously ill.
Its owner says she hopes she'll be able to buy more chickens before the children arrive over the Easter weekend.
Derbyshire Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was hit on the forehead with a bottle during an argument in a Buxton bar.
A 21-year-old woman has been arrested and bailed.
We were talking Easter traditions on the Breakfast Show this morning. This is my German throwback.
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Derby has signed a sister city agreement with the Palestinian city of Hebron - the first of its kind in the UK, the Derby Telegraph reports.
Here are BBC Radio Derby's top stories at 15:00:
Derbyshire Police has appealed for help in identifying this man who is suspected of carrying out fraudulent transactions across Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire.
In 1951, the Peak District - which is celebrating its 63rd birthday today - was the first area in the UK to be designated as a national park.
By 1960, the Lake District, Snowdonia, Dartmoor, Pembrokeshire Coast, North York Moors, Yorkshire Dales, Exmoor, Northumberland and Brecon Beacons had all been designated as national parks.
DCFC Rams Police tweets: #dcfc fans travelling to Doncaster by train, please remember that there is only one return train, which leaves at 10:13pm #ramsfans
BBC Travel News is reporting heavier traffic than usual on the A57 in both directions between Broadbottom in Hyde and the Royal Oak Inn, Glossop.
On Radio Derby at 14:00, a developer wants to build 400 homes on the edge of the Kedleston estate near Derby. It'd be done with the blessing of the estate but is likely to anger people in Allestree.
I've been to see a new model railway, which has opened to the public at Markeaton Park in Derby.
A misty Thorpe Cloud at Dovedale is the subject of this beautiful picture of the Peak District.
It was posted on BBC Radio Derby's Facebook page by the Peak District National Trust.
East Staffordshire Borough Council has offered the use of a Burton arts centre after it was revealed Derby Assembly Rooms will be closed for a minimum of 18 months following the fire last month, reports the Burton mail.
So jealous of the "Magaluf Girls" at East Midlands airport!! Can I come please?!!! :-)
Police recovered a haul of cannabis plants after raiding a house in Etwall, the Burton Mail reports.
A total of 1,337 people have been arrested for child sex offences in Derbyshire over the last seven years, the Belper News reports.
Exciting to be at East Midlands Airport with Sally Pepper.
I'm going to be learning the art of customer service. Listen live to BBC Radio Derby.
British folk singing legend Maddy Prior will be joining me, ahead of her performance in Derbyshire this weekend.
I'll be looking back on 40 years of the borough of South Derbyshire.
And, I'll be taking a look at a newly opened model railway at a Derby park.
The top stories on BBC Radio Derby at 12:00 are:
For the first time in the UK, walking trails through Derbyshire's Peak District, which is 63 years old today, will be available to view on Google Street View.
Only two other places in the world - the Grand Canyon and Angkor Wat - have walking trails available to view on the system.
National park chief executive Jim Dixon said: "It's another way, like guidebooks, like maps, for people to plan their journey."
BBC Travel News reports that Osmaston Road in Derby city centre has reopened in both directions at the London Road junction. It was closed because of an earlier police incident at the Spot.
Here's the developer's plans for 400 homes on the edge of the Kedleston estate, including a map.
In the 11:00 bulletin on BBC Radio Derby:
The cover photo on BBC Radio Derby's Facebook page today is a great shot by Steve Shetliffe.
He took this picture overlooking the war memorial at Crich.
The Derby Telegraph has more on police reports that a man has fallen from scaffolding at the Spot in Derby city centre.
BBC Travel News reports that Osmaston Road in Derby city centre is closed and there is slow traffic in both directions at the London Road junction, because of the police incident at the Spot.
Join me this morning on BBC Radio Derby live from East Midlands Airport. I'll be trying to persuade pilot Capt Willing (real name) to fly me away!
Derbyshire Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision on the A57 Snake Pass in which two 17-year-olds were seriously injured on Wednesday.
BBC Sport Online has more on Jake Buxton's selection as Derby County FC's player of the year.
The headlines at 10:00 are:
Peak District National Park Authority chief executive Jim Dixon tweets: The Google trekker is being assembled on the Peak District Monsal Trail
Plans for two artisan markets in Buxton this summer have been criticised by a long-standing trader, the Buxton Advertiser reports.
BBC News Online speaks to four of the country's most promising bands, including Derbyshire duo Drenge, from Castleton.
Derby County head coach Steve McClaren has admitted his team have "missed opportunities" in the race to win promotion to the Premier League.
With four games to go, Derby can seal a Championship playoff spot if they beat Doncaster tomorrow. They could also close the gap to second place to just five points.
I'm here with the top stories on BBC Radio Derby at 09:00:
BBC Travel News reports heavy traffic on A52 Brian Clough Way westbound in Spondon between the A5111 Raynesway junction and Pentagon Island.
More than 160 people have been arrested, charged and prosecuted for exposing themselves to women in Derbyshire in the past five years, reports the Derby Telegraph.
The former managing director of BMI Baby, David Bryon, is carrying out an independent review of parking at Queen's Hospital, Burton, after complaints that the system is complicated.
When visitors pay, they have to remember what time they came in. If they get it wrong, there's a £70 fine. Listen live to BBC Radio Derby.
BBC Travel News reports heavy traffic on the A444 Burton Road in Overseal. It's busy but moving at the Overseal junction.
Much more cloud around in the forecast today but there will be some brightness at times, with the best of that through the first part of the day.
More and more cloud will pile down from the north and that will turn things dull and overcast with the outside chance of a couple of spots of light drizzle. Highs of 14C (57F).
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