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Monarch Airlines is to stop flying from East Midlands Airport from next April.
Airport bosses say passengers are unlikely to notice much difference at the site and it is confident it can find a replacement airline.
A mainly bright and sunny day but light showers are possible this afternoon. Highs of 19C (66F).
A Derby shop owner has been pictured on CCTV chasing a thief with a wooden plank.
Ali Nowroozi said he took action after his store on London Road was targeted 20 times over the past two years.
An accident involving a car and a lorry is blocking a lane of the M1 southbound at J28, warns BBC Travel News.
In my 09:00 bulletin, I'll have the latest on Monarch's decision to stop flying from East Midlands Airport.
An inquest into the death of a Derbyshire medical student who was killed in Borneo last week, opens at Derby Coroner's Court today.
Newcastle University student Neil Dalton, from Ambergate, was stabbed to death with his friend Aiden Brunger, following a row in a bar.
Former Derby County target Simon Francis has signed a new three-year deal at Bournemouth.
The family of a tot who plunged from a window at his Burton home today pleaded: "Please keep him in your thoughts and pray for his recovery."