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BBC Radio Derby
Bombardier hopes to secure a new government contract to convert 35 diesel trains.
The sale of airline BMI could cause job losses. Council plans to reduce street lighting.
A 45-year-old builder from Derby has been nominated for being the best Army reservist.
The inquest into the deaths of four children at a house fire in Hulland Ward has opened.
Jobs to go at both High Peak Borough Council and Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.
MPs call for a review of Bombardier's Thameslink bid. Derby city council announces budget.
A new call centre creates 700 jobs. A quarter of Derby primary schools are below standard.
Unemployment hits a 17-year high and UK Coal is fined over the death of four miners.
Colin speaks to local business experts about the state of Derby's high street.
News of Royal Mail's busiest day and the start of a series investigating child abuse.
Private companies are to take over non-emergency patient transport in the East Midlands.
Colin speaks to Labour Leader Ed Miliband who has been visiting a Derby business.
Two rural maternity units will close by next July and an historic wall will be demolished.
Rolls-Royce has added 800 people to its workforce, many of them graduates and apprentices.
A Derby woman, who is facing eviction, has been told she can spend Christmas in the house.
Ian Skye sits in. A knife amnesty in Derby ends with nearly 500 weapons handed-in.
Derbyshire Police aim to reduce the risk of sexual and physical assaults this Christmas.