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Dutch engineer Vincent Tabak is found guilty of murdering Jo Yeates by a majority verdict.
Mandatory jail sentences for 16 and 17-year-olds who commit knife crime.
The 787 Dreamliner completes its first commercial flight - from Tokyo to Hong Kong.
Former University of Derby student goes to see Colonel Gaddafi's body.
Friends of a missing Derby woman are planning church services to pray for her safe return.
Derbyshire police target metal thefts and we hear from Lord Coe who was in Matlock today.
An academic and a Libyan living in Derby reflect on reports that Colonel Gaddafi is dead.
A traveller living in Church Broughton gives his reaction to the Dale Farm evictions.
Police in Italy resume the search for a missing Derby woman.
A woman from Derby has gone missing while on holiday at Lake Como in Northern Italy.
Derby County 'keeper Frank Fielding has been rattling charity buckets in the city centre.
Electricity is restored to most properties after a power cut which affected 30,000 homes.
The day's news, sport, travel and weather to get you home.
National Audit Office says no to Thameslink contract investigation.
The £340,000 electronic bus departure signs that don't work and Edwina exits Strictly.
Twenty-one-year-old David Simmonds is jailed for life for murdering Jia Ashton.
A freeze in the license fee means the BBC is to cut 2000 jobs over the next 5 years.
Royal Mail has confirmed the Derby sorting office will close and a fire in Long Eaton.
Royal Crown Derby has designed a new paperweight in the shape of a ram.
Derby County unveils plans for a £7m plaza which will create 100 jobs.