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BBC Local Live has finished for the day. The service will be back from 08:00 on Monday.
Wow. We've had some great pictures of the sky over Derbyshire this evening. Thanks for sharing them with us.
I've just put together a Facebook gallery of some of the photos we've received.
This evening we'll have more on the Derby property developer who is accusing a bank of leaving him with hundreds of thousands of pounds of debt and you can see the goals that leapt Derby County into the play-off places. Those stories and more with me at 18:05.
Clear spells and breezy overnight, but staying relatively mild and frost-free. Best of the cloud breaks developing in the east with most of the cloud in the west and over high ground. Some patchy low cloud forming during the night.
On Monday night you can learn some Morris dances with Chapel-en-le-Frith Morris Men who have been dancing in and around the Peak District for nearly 40 years.
Find out more on the BBC's Things To Do.
BBC Travel News says there's queuing traffic on the M1 southbound between J30, A616 (Sheffield) and J29, A617 (Chesterfield).
Derbyshire tweeters will be able to ask questions to the police electronically on Monday, the Derby Telegraph reports.
The draw for the third round of the FA Cup has taken place.
Thirty-two ties will be played between 3 and 6 January, including Derby v Chelsea at the iPro stadium and Bournemouth v Fleetwood or Burton.
Live text commentary of the third-round draw for this season's FA Cup on BBC Sport.
The £48m restoration of Cromford Mill featured on a new BBC documentary called Restoring England's Heritage last night.
If you missed it, you can still watch it on the BBC iPlayer.
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics East Midlands.
What do you think of BBC Local Live? We'd like your feedback about this service.
A team of intrepid travelling teens plan to pedal 900 miles to give their support to a worthwhile cause, the Derbyshire Times reports.
A service dedicated to the memory Nelson Mandela was due to be held at the New Testament Church of God in Alvaston.
The Reverend Paul Gordon told BBC Radio Derby: "It's not about making Mandela an icon. He himself said he was flawed. What's important is that he had a mission and his mission was to bring unity and justice to all of man kind."
See images from across South Africa of vigils being held.
In the Conference, Alfreton were thrashed 5-0 by high flying Luton.
The Reds drop to eighth, but manager Nicky Law says there was a much bigger gulf in quality than six league places might suggest.
Derbyshire Fire Service says it has rescued a dog from a house fire in Clay Cross. The blaze is now out.
The cloud should break up this afternoon to reveal some brighter spells. It's breezy and mild but it should remain dry with highs of 10C (50F).
One lane is closed and there's heavy traffic on the A38 northbound in Willington between Toyota Island and the Littleover turn off because of a broken down car, BBC Travel News warns.
Severn Trent Water says water bills will go down between now and 2020.
The company has put forward its business plan for the five years from 2015 for approval by the regulator.
Rob Salmon says in the next seven years the average customer "will be paying £12 less than they are today on their water bill".
A special "Lock up" event is being held in Belper to help people stay safe and secure during the run up to Christmas, the Belper News reports.
Derbyshire Dales DC tweets: Last day of #Matlock Victorian Christmas Market in our Hall Leys Park 9.30am - 6pm today. Enjoy & park FREE after 2!
First-half goals from Mark Laird and Anthony Straker helped Southend fight back at Chesterfield to secure a third round FA Cup spot.
Chesterfield manager Paul Cook said: "Sometimes as a manager you get these performances and you don't know where they've come from.
"It such a disappointing day, I don't want to elaborate on it too much."
Earlier delays on the M1 northbound between J29a and J30 after an accident have cleared, BBC Travel News reports.
A plan to build a Morrisons supermarket and 126 new homes on the outskirts of Ripley will not be considered until the New Year, Ripley & Hearnor News reports.
An extra rail service is being brought in to link Willington with Birmingham, BBC Radio Derby reports.
From tomorrow a train from Nottingham bound for the West Midlands city will stop off in the village every morning except Sundays. And another train in the reverse direction will visit in the mid-afternoon.
The draw for the third round of the FA Cup will be made at 16:10.
Locally, the FA Cup third-round draw numbers are: 15 Derby County and 60 Fleetwood Town or Burton Albion. Read more on BBC Sport.
A service dedicated to the memory of Nelson Mandela is being held in Alvaston this morning.
The Reverend Paul Gordon says its an opportunity to pay tribute to him, saying he was a "very special person" and a reminder "that every life has a significant part to play in history".
Burton Albion struck late to earn an FA Cup second round replay against Fleetwood Town.
The game ended 1-1 with both goals coming in the final 10 minutes. Jeff Hughes looked to have settled the tie for Fleetwood, until Burton threw everything at the hosts and got their reward courtesy of Billy Kee who slotted the ball into the net from a tight angle.
Are our politicians working hard enough? The Sunday Politics programme will hear from MPs on whether they're value for money.
And Christmas, they say, is the season of goodwill.... but in these difficult times is anyone prepared to pay a little more to make sure their shopping is fairtrade? The show will also be looking at whether we're feeling charitable or still shopping for bargains.
It was a lovely sunrise in Derby today - it's shaping up to be another bright winter's day!
We've introduced BBC Local Live to bring you the latest news, sport, travel and weather all in one place. Tell us what you think.
BBC Travel News says the M1 is closed northbound between J29a, Markham (Markham Vale) and J30, A616 (Sheffield) because of an accident.
A service dedicated to the memory of Nelson Mandela is being held in Derby this morning.
It's taking place at the New Testament Church of God in Alvaston. Services are being held across the country and in South Africa celebrating the life of the first black president.
Airline passengers are being warned there could be further disruption today due to yesterday's technical fault at the National Air Traffic Service.
You can see East Midlands Airport arrivals and departures board online to get the latest information.
Striker Chris Martin scores his first hat-trick in league football as Derby come from behind to beat nine-man Blackpool.
Isaiah Osbourne headed Paul Ince's team in front but the visitors collapsed after the break.
Martin twice scored from the penalty spot, as well as side-footing home from 18 yards.
The A5194 London Road in Derby is closed in both directions between the Bateman Street junction and the Railway Technical Centre junction because of bridge maintenance work.
You can read more about the diversions in place on BBC Travel News.
Severn Trent Water says water bills will go down between now and 2020, BBC Radio Derby reports.
It's put forward its business plan for the five years from 2015 for approval by the regulator. Ofwat has instructed the company to cut its spending during the period.
Airline passengers have been warned there could be further disruption today due to Saturday's technical fault at the National Air Traffic Service.
Airports across the country, including East Midlands, were affected by the fault at the centre in Hampshire, which has now been resolved.
It's a mild start once again and many are starting the day on a dry but cloudy note.
The cloud should break up through the morning to reveal some brighter/sunnier spells. It's breezy and mild but it should remain dry with highs of 10C (50F).
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