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BBC Local Live will be back from 08:00 on Friday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather for Derbyshire.
Rain nudging in this evening giving a cloudy, wet and breezy night.
The rain will clear away later in the night and the cloud will break up too. Lows of 3C (37F).
The deputy chief constable of Derbyshire Police says a sports project to help keep young people off the streets has not been able to secure future funding.
Alan Goodwin says: "On the 31 March next year the lottery funding has gone and the county council understandably has its own financial challenges. For the force to meet the full £430,000 as a single organisation is not sustainable."
Burton Albion manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink says signings in January will lead to departures as he focuses on working with a small squad.
The Dutchman has a squad of 20 fit first-team players, with four loan players also at his disposal.
A 55-year-old man who went missing in Birmingham could be in the Derbyshire area, police say.
Steven Overton went missing last week and was last seen in Harborne by his mum.
The last known sighting of the 55-year-old gardener was driving his brown Vauxhall Astra 51 plate on the M5 southbound near to junction 4a.
A boxing scheme in Derbyshire is closing after funding issues. Ozbox which offers help for 11 to 19-year-olds in nine locations across Derbyshire.
The project started in 2003 which helped young people take part in boxing classes. It was originally funded by Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire Police.
The force says it is ending next year after it failed to secure money from Big Lottery Funding.
In the news at 17:00 we'll have more on the boxing scheme Ozbox closing, plus, Rolls-Royce is expanding its assembly and test facility in Derby.
Gary Anthony Burgess, 50, left open prison HMP Sudbury in the early hours of Thursday. He was jailed for 10 years for burglary offences at Teesside Crown Court in 2011.
Burgess is described as white, 5ft 8in (1.73m) tall, with brown hair, blue eyes and heavily tattooed.
Two Chesterfield players visit a Bolsover primary school to talk to them about the life of a footballer.
It will be cloudy and overcast for most of the afternoon with a couple of showers thrown into the mix.
Still plenty of dry weather to be had on a mild but breezy day with highs of 14C (57F).
In the news bulletin on BBC Radio Derby: we'll hear from the deputy chief constable of Derbyshire Police following the announcement that a boxing scheme to help young people in the county has been cut.
Could Chesterfield's market under go a revamp? Chesterfield Borough Council agreed to examine a possible redesign of the outdoor market in a bid to attract more traders and shoppers. Read more.
Broxtowe Borough Council has voted not to help fund a feasibility study into a proposal for a line to Kimberley.
Line one opened in 2004 and a £570m extension - lines two and three - is due to open in 2015, six months late and after complaints about disruption.
Police want to speak to anyone who saw a robbery on Great Northern Road in Derby last night. Listen live at 1500.
English councils will face an average cut of 1.8% in their overall spending power, the government has said.
Minister Kris Hopkins said the funding grants settlement for 2015-16 was "fair for all parts of the country".
If you listen to BBC Radio Derby you might have heard that the team are all wearing festive jumpers today.
If you're not in the Christmas spirit yet - this picture may help you?
I'm not in the photo - I'm wearing black (obviously to counter act this festive spirit and in the interest of balance). Only six days until the big day!
Government says "spending power" of Derbyshire County Council will fall by 3.4% in 2015/16 - Derbyshire County Council by 0.2%.
Though councils usually quibble with these figures.
Hollywood actor turned director Angelina Jolie's been praising Derby actor Jack O'Connell in a BBC interview for her new film today.
'Unbroken' is based on the life of a real-life Olympian turned war hero. Angelina says, "For over 50 years the script was owned by the studio, it resurfaced many times but it was never made. It was going to be Tony Curtis, now it's Jack O'Connell."
Plans which could see Nottinghamshire's tram system extended to cover Ripley have suffered a knock back.
In the news at 14:00 on BBC Radio Derby: we'll hear from a councillor who campaigned for the extension and says this is just a delay.
Rumours advising people to stay away from shopping centres over Christmas is an "urban myth", police say.
Police have quashed rumours after a man warned shoppers in Derby to avoid the Intu shopping centre between 20 and 22 December.
Derbyshire Police says: "Although this story has been found to be untrue, we would remind people to remain vigilant at all times and report suspicious activity to shopping centre staff or the police."
Mystery surrounds why a church will not be opening its doors on Christmas Day.
Shocked members of St John the Baptist church in Smalley will have to travel elsewhere to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
Last-minute lobbying is taking place to persuade Derbyshire County Council to carry on supporting the annual Food and Drink Fair.
The Amber Valley-based food blog Sticky Beak is petitioning the authority not to withdraw funding for the annual event when it meets next week.
The council says its resources are best used in supporting other successful fairs.
In the news at 13:00 on BBC Radio Derby: Plans which could see Nottinghamshire's tram system extended to cover Ripley have suffered a knock back
I've just spoken to a spokeswoman from Rolls-Royce press office about the impact the expansion of the Trent XWB plant will have on jobs.
I'm told the factory currently produces one engine a week and hopes to "ramp up" to one a day by 2017.
How will this impact on jobs? I'm told Rolls-Royce are in consultation with unions and employees and hasn't got any predictions on how this will impact on the work force.
The spokeswoman says about 800 people are employed within the engine production team which produces a variety of engines.
Derby County striker Chris Martin speaks exclusively to me about goals this season, his influences and the challenges of the game.
Plans to extend Nottinghamshire's tram system to Ripley have suffered a setback. hear more in the news at 12:00.
Communities across the East Midlands will be remembering the victims of the Pakistan school massacre later.
There's been anger at the shooting dead of 132 children and nine teachers at the Army Public School on Tuesday.
The Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. Special prayers will be held at mosques across the region today.
Craig Bryson says he hopes Derby County can take the form they showed against Chelsea into Saturday's game at home to Norwich.
The Rams were knocked out of the league cup by the Premier League leaders, but largely held their own against one of the best teams in Europe.
Saturday's championship game will be the third successive Derby match to be shown live on TV.
In the news at 11:00, our top story is: The Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has defended the performance of accident and emergency departments in England.
Hear more on this and other stories on BBC Radio Derby shortly.
Last week Rolls-Royce announced it was planning on cutting hundreds of jobs from two of its plants in England, with the majority of the cuts in Derby.
The Derby plant employs about 12,000 workers, and about 300 jobs are set to go.
I've put a call into the company's press office to ask how jobs will be affected by the aeroplane engine production, Trent XWB, starting in Derby over the coming years.
A team of online experts is monitoring Derby's social media for extremist messages.
The work is aimed at stopping young people from becoming radicalised on the internet, reducing the chances of sympathy for terrorist groups like Islamic State.
Steve McClaren says he'll be challenging Derby County's players to take the form they showed against Chelsea into Saturday's Championship match at home to Norwich.
It's the third successive Rams match to be shown live on TV.
McClaren (pictured) says Tuesday's league cup loss was a much improved performance from the Championship defeat to Middlesbrough last weekend.
Last night was BBC Radio Derby's annual carol service - there were readings by Richard Spurr, Sally Pepper, Sally Swinfen and Andy Potter.
Russell Watson recorded a performance earlier this week and was shown to the crowd of more than 1,000 people - watch it on Facebook if you weren't there.
In the news at 10:00: Food and drink producers in Derbyshire are lobbying the County Council to persuade it to keep supporting the annual Food and Drink Festival.
In the bulletin we'll hear from a local food producer. Listen live.
If you're posting Christmas cards with a second class stamp - today is your last chance to get them sent off before 25 December.
If you're posting first class - don't worry you've got until Saturday. Read more on the Royal Mail website.
In the news at 09:00 on BBC Radio Derby: Christmas stamps have proved so popular this year at one Derby post office they have sold more than 9,000.
Plans for a new gas pipeline which could create up to 2,000 jobs have been given the green light.
RWE revealed that it had been granted planning consent for the proposed Willington C gas pipeline in a move that will bring thousands of jobs to the district over the next few years.
Police are reassuring the public following rumours on social media suggesting people should stay away from the Intu shopping centre this weekend.
Derbyshire Police say they've received reports of a man posing as a good Samaritan telling people to stay away from the shopping centre in the city centre this coming weekend.
The force says: "These reports have been looked into by police and it has been found that this is an urban myth, and there is no credibility to it."
A very mild, occasionally drizzly and will be windy day for most with very little in the way of brightness.
Lots of cloud around throughout with highs of 13C (55F).
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