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  1. Updates from Friday 14 November
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Monday

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By Stephanie Barnard

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That's all from BBC Local Live today. We'll be back with more updates from 08:00 on Monday.

Cold overnight

Charlie Slater

Weather Presenter, BBC East Midlands Today

Clearer skies overnight will allow the temperatures to fall lower than of late.

Some mist and fog patches are possible with lows of 6C (43F).

Tomorrow will be mainly dry and bright, with the odd shower possible on Sunday.

Watch BBC One at 18:30

Dominic Heale

Presenter, BBC East Midlands Today

On the programme tonight - the MP proposing radical reforms to the voting system to combat apathy on polling day. Could it mean votes for 16-year-olds?

Plus, a Derbyshire mother's reunited with the off-duty nurse who saved her baby's life. And we'll have a full round-up of all the fundraising fun on Children in Need day.

Football fan jailed

A Chesterfield FC fan has been jailed for five months after a fight started during a football match in a pub.

Derbyshire Police says Steven Hill, of Chiltern Court, was arrested outside a pub when a fight started during the

club's game against Sheffield United in October.

The 28-year-old was also given a seven-year football banning order.


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Council seek £3m station increase

Chris Doidge

BBC Radio Derby political reporter

The second largest funder of Ilkeston Station project, Derbyshire County Council, is figuring out how to pay for a £3m increase in project's costs.

It's interesting, given the financial problems of Ilkeston Station, that 94% of Erewash Borough Council's £100,000 contribution is earmarked for promotional activity.

Change of match time

via Facebook

Chesterfield FC posts: "Chesterfield's final game of the season against Sheffield United has been moved to 12:15pm on Sunday, May 3."

Adams signs Blades deal

BBC Sport

Sheffield United have signed teenage forward Che Adams from non-league Ilkeston for an undisclosed fee.

The 18-year-old has scored eight goals for the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League club this season.

Crewe v Chesterfield

Chesterfield will be without midfielder Oscar Gobern for

tomorrow's match at Crewe, after he returned to parent club Huddersfield early.

Gary Roberts (hamstring) came through the win over Braintree and will play.

Mother meet's baby's lifesaver

A woman has been

reunited with the stranger who she said saved her baby's life after he stopped breathing.

Kat and Toby Slater with Sue Foster

When eight-month-old Toby Slater turned blue and started fitting, his mother Kat ran out of her home in Leabrooks, Derbyshire, screaming for help.

Retired nurse Sue Foster dashed over to give first aid.

News on the hour

Martyn Williams

Newsreader, BBC Radio Derby

Local government workers have voted to accept an increased pay offer - averting the threat of further strike action.

But the decision could cost our councils millions of pounds. We'll hear more from our political reporter Chris Doidge in the news at 17:00 on BBC Radio Derby.

'Revenge porn' man jailed

BBC Radio Derby

A man's been jailed by Southern Derbyshire Magistrates Court after

posting naked pictures of his girlfriend online.

Luke King, 21, is the first person in the UK to go to prison for so-called "revenge porn'"

He's also been banned from contacting the woman, from Derbyshire, for two years.

'Your vote matters'

via Facebook

Derby City Council posts: "The head of a household is no longer responsible for registering everyone who lives there to vote.
Find out more."

Christmas lights switch-on

Stephanie Barnard

BBC Local Live

Are you going to the Derby Christmas lights switch-on tomorrow?

Lucy Spraggan
Getty Images

If so, you'll see a number of acts perform, including Derby band Vetches and Buxton singer song writer Lucy Spraggan (pictured).

Read more on Derby Live.

Cycle path repairs on hold

Repairs on a cycling path near Castleton have been put on hold after complaints, Derbyshire County Council says.

Maintenance work was being carried out at Chapel Gate to fix water erosion. However, plans have been put on hold.

The council says it is now seeking people's opinions on its next step.

Suspected broken leg

Ed Dawes

BBC Radio Derby

Burton Albion goalkeeper

Dean Lyness faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a suspected broken leg.

Dean Lyness, Burton goalkeeper

Lyness is due to have an operation on his leg tomorrow. The 22-year-old will miss an estimated four months of the season.

News on the hour

Martyn Williams

Newsreader, BBC Radio Derby

In the news at 16:00 on BBC Radio Derby: A man has gone missing from the Royal Derby Hospital.

Missing man, Paul Ryan
Police handout

Police say they're looking for 56-year-old Paul Ryan, who'd been admitted to accident and emergency on 3 November.

Improvements needed

Owen Bradley

BBC Radio Derby Sport

Nicky Law will be hoping his players can make up for their defeat at Dover earlier this season, that he acknowledged as one of their most disappointing displays of the campaign.

You can hear coverage of Alfreton v Dover on BBC Radio Derby from 14:30.

Children in Need: Your photos


Stephanie Barnard

BBC Local Live

Are you raising money for Children in Need? Share your photos with us. Here's a selection of the best sent to

BBC East Midlands Today on Facebook.

Pudsey the bear made out of flowers
Angels florist

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Alfreton v Dover

Owen Bradley

BBC Radio Derby Sport

Another weekend, another chance for

Alfreton Town to try to climb out of the Conference relegation zone.

Tomorrow's match against Dover is a first of sorts, as the south coast club visit the Impact Arena for the first time.

Weather will improve

Charlie Slater

Weather Presenter, BBC East Midlands Today

There will be a general theme of improvement this afternoon, with clouds clearing and winds easing. There'll be sunny spells and highs of 12C (54F).

News on the hour

Martyn Williams

Newsreader, BBC Radio Derby

Coming up in the news at 15:00: We'll hear more about a Derbyshire village which is increasing its police patrols after a series of incidents.

Peace Day celebrations

BBC Radio Derby

To mark 100 years since the start of Wolrd War One, we've looked at the effect the conflict had here in Derbyshire and east Staffordshire.

BBC, World War One At Home

While the armistice began on 11 November 1918, the Treaty of Versailles, which marked the actual end of the conflict, wasn't signed until the following June.

The town of Uttoxeter held its own street party with entertainment and marches to mark the end of the Great War.

Hear more online.

Anti-bullying week

Derbyshire County Council is marking national Anti-Bullying week from Monday and has announced it is taking part in a pilot scheme to tackle homophobia, racism, anti-social behaviour and domestic abuse.

Read more online.

University boss to retire

The vice-chancellor of the University of Derby has announced he is to retire next year after 10 years in charge.

Prof John Coyne says: "There comes a time when you have to let go and enable the university to prosper under new leadership - as it surely will."

News on the hour

BBC Radio Derby

In the 14:00 news bulletin: A

heroin addict's been jailed after admitting stealing a Royal British Legion poppy collection box from a Derby store.

Hughes helps England win

BBC Sport

England's under-21s extended their winning streak to 11 matches last night. They were helped by Derby County's Will Hughes (pictured right)- who played just short of an hour.

England U-21 Will Hughes
Getty Images

England beat Portugal 3-1 in the friendly at Turf Moor. The teams will meet again at next year's European Championship and manager Gareth Southgate says he's overwhelmed by the quality.

'No to Rooney Rule'

BBC Sport

New Burton Albion boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says he would not want to be considered for a management role just because of the Rooney Rule.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink would not want Rooney Rule interview

The ex-Chelsea striker's appointment at the League Two side means he is only the third black and ethnic minority (BME) boss in the Football League.

Under the Rooney Rule in American Football, teams must interview at least one BME candidate for a head coach job.

Watch the interview in full and read more on BBC Sport.

Broken down lorry

One lane is closed on the A38 northbound in Little Eaton because of a broken down lorry, says

BBC Travel.

News on the hour

BBC Radio Derby

In the 13:00 news bulletin: A heroin addict's been jailed after admitting stealing a Royal British Legion poppy collection box from a Derby store.

Poppy theft man jailed for 18 weeks

James Roberson

Reporter, BBC East Midlands Today

The 33-year-old man stole £4 from inside the poppy collection box before throwing it into the river.

This morning at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court, Christopher McNeil was jailed for 18 weeks.

See the moment security camera footage caught him in the act.

Man admits poppy tin theft

East Midlands Today

A man has admitted stealing a poppy collection box in Derby, after CCTV of him committing the theft went viral online.

Man stealing poppy tin
Police handout

Heroin addict Christopher McNeil, 33, of Oakwood, took the box from Argos on 31 October.

Carousel horse in CiN video

A Derbyshire craftsman's work has been featured in the video for this year's Children in Need single, God Only Knows.

Carousel horse made by Derbyshire craftsman, Ian Hunt

Ian Hunt was commissioned to make the golden carousel horse (pictured) at his workshop near Alfreton.

Ian says it was all a bit last minute, but he was glad he was able to help.

News on the hour

Kelly Smith

Reporter, BBC Radio Derby

As commemorations for World War One elsewhere are completed, Picknall's first school in Uttoxeter is holding its own commemoration.

Hear more on this story and others in the news at 12:00 on BBC Radio Derby.

Man dies after van crash

Derbyshire Times

A 64-year-old man

has died following a collision between a van and a pedestrian.

'Perfect project'

BBC Sport

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says Burton Albion's potential and stability

make it the perfect "project" for his first managerial opportunity in England.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

He says: "I am not afraid to come to League Two; it is not about League Two, League One or the Championship. It is about the project."

How Children in Need money is spent

East Midlands Today

Today is Children in Need day. And this week we've been looking at where the money raised has been spent.

Anne Davies, BBC East Midlands Today

Tonight on BBC One at 18:30, Anne Davies will be visiting a hydrotherapy pool which provides Saturday morning swimming sessions for children with very complex needs.

The pool aims to create a warm and secure environment for them.

Torchbearer dies after cancer battle

Derby Telegraph

A Derby mum who was given the wedding of her dreams after she was diagnosed with terminal cancer

has died, aged 38.

News on the hour

Kelly Smith

Reporter, BBC Radio Derby

In the news at 11:00 on BBC Radio Derby: There are now no police officers based at either Bakewell or Ashbourne Police Stations as of this week.