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Lingering daytime showers will slowly die away this evening. It will then be dry overnight with clear periods, although some mist is likely to develop later in the night.
Tuesday is expected to be a dry day with sunny periods. However, there is a small chance of a few fairly isolated showers developing during the day which are most likely in the afternoon.
BBC News Online
Derby County defender Richard Keogh has been named in Mick McCarthy's Ireland squad for next month's Euro 2020 qualifiers.
The Boys in Green will travel to Denmark on 7 June before hosting Gibraltar three days later.
BBC News Online
A pub landlord who owed £7.9m in taxes has been banned for 11 years from running a company for submitting inaccurate tax returns.
Kirpal Rathaur, 51, from Nottingham, was banned after an investigation by the Insolvency Service, prompted by his company entering into voluntary liquidation in November 2018.
Mr Rathaur, who was director of Edward & Moore which ran nine pubs in Nottingham and Derby, has been banned from promoting, forming or managing a company for 11 years from today.
The investigation established that Mr Rathaur caused the company to file inaccurate tax returns between February 2010 and November 2014 and removed it from the business tax list in March 2015, building up £7.9m in unpaid taxes.
Martin Gitner, Deputy Head of Investigations, of the Insolvency Service said: "Directors cannot pick and choose what taxes they want to pay but this did not deter Kirpal Rathaur from avoiding paying business duty that he rightfully owed."
BBC Radio Derby
A Festival of Derbyshire is being planned to help boost the county's tourism industry.
The event would celebrate a series of key cultural and historic anniversaries for Derbyshire including the 70th anniversary of the Peak District National Park and 20 years since Derwent Valley Mills became a World Heritage Site.
The county council has said it would help promote Derbyshire to national and international audiences.
Tourism is worth £2.1bn to the local economy supporting 29,000 jobs directly and indirectly.
It's hoped a Festival of Derbyshire may replicate some of the success Yorkshire has enjoyed - after hosting the Tour de Yorkshire it's seen record numbers of overseas visitors.
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A driver was freed from a lorry after a crash on the A38 northbound this morning.
Two lorries were involved in the collision near Somercotes at 11:05 and clean-up and recovery work is currently under way.
One of the drivers has been taken to Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre but there are not believed to be any serious injuries.
Heavy traffic is expected in the area, with queues stretching back past the A610 junction.
A bag of military campaign medals has been left on a bus between Derby and Nottingham.
The Royal British Legion bag was left on the YourBus Y5 service in Chaddesden on Wednesday 17 April.
A man was later seen leaving the bus in Attenborough carrying a similar bag but the medals have not yet been handed in.
There are seven medals missing including at least two WWII stars and two Korea Medals. They're believed to be replacements and might not have the owner's service details on them.
Derbyshire Police would like to speak to the man seen in this picture.
East Midlands Today
More than 150 cyclists rode out to show support for a proposed cycle route between Derby and Baslow at the weekend.
Campaigners are calling on Derbyshire County Council and the Local Enterprise Partnership to support their bid for the off-road pathway which would cost an estimated £10m.
Derek Latham, from the Derwent Valley Trust, said: "What we want next is to get the feasibility study to be able to design it in detail and agree it with the owners.
"Then we're in a very clear position to make a bid to government for the money and we will better know then how much it's going to cost exactly."
A social media appeal raised the money for an operation on five-year-old Saffie.
It's a sunny start but there’s a chance of a shower later - here's the full forecast.
It'll be a cloudy night with areas of patchy rain and drizzle. A few mist patches are set to develop too.
There'll be a mixture of sharp showers and dry spells tomorrow. Some showers could be on the heavy and perhaps on the thundery side. There will however still be some brighter spells.
Police would like to speak to this man after two peregrine falcon eggs disappeared.
It's not known if the nest site, in the Derbyshire Peak District, was "interfered with" but it has been confirmed that recently laid eggs have gone.
Rural crime officers have been monitoring nests over the last few months with the use of a done.
One pair of birds were seen with two eggs and the female had been incubating them but on Wednesday morning she was off the nest and acting "oddly".
By the afternoon she had left the nest completely and did not return.
Police returned with the drone yesterday afternoon and confirmed the eggs were no longer there.
In a statement, the force said: "There are numerous theories and possibilities as to what happened to the eggs, at this moment in time we simply don’t know if human interference played a role."
Four men who intended to "flood Derbyshire with cocaine" have been jailed for more than 60 years.
The men were arrested after £1.3m worth of heroin, cocaine and cannabis, three firearms and £500,000 in cash were found at a house in Derby in May 2018.
Police have said the evidence pointed to a £35m conspiracy over two years.
Benjamin Mousley (right) and Liutauras Streckis (left) were arrested and approximately 5kg of cocaine was recovered.
Later in the year John Devine (middle) and a fourth man Alvydas Giedraitis were arrested and £5,000 in cash was seized. All were charged with conspiracy to supply cocaine and have been sentenced at Derby Crown Court.
Derbyshire police said the men intended to flood the county with cocaine "bringing untold harm to our communities".
Derby County's defender Max Lowe has been named Aberdeen’s Players’ Player of the Year.
The 22-year-old full-back was handed the honour after making 41 appearances during two loan spells with the SPL side.
Mid Derbyshire MP Pauline Latham has backed Esther McVey to succeed Theresa May as leader of the Conservative party.
The former cabinet minister Esther McVey announced last week she will put herself forward for the position when Theresa May stands down.
The prime minister has promised to set a timetable for the election of her successor after the next Brexit vote in the first week of June.
BBC Radio Derby
Cyclists will be riding between the University of Derby and Matlock tomorrow to highlight the need for a cycle way.
The Derwent Valley Trust has raised £1m of the £9m needed for a route between between Derby and Chatsworth.
The chairman of the trust, Derek Latham, said: "We'll have to cycle up the A6 because we don't have the cycle way now. This will demonstrate the need for the cycle way."
Tickets for Derby County's Championship play-off final against Aston Villa are due to go on sale at 10:00.
Rams have been given 36,000 seats for the Wembley clash on Monday 27 May.
Tickets are available today for season ticket holders, home membership holders and Final 3 Game Plan customers, with any remaining tickets going on general sale on Sunday.
Jaden Moodie is the youngest of the 100 people stabbed to death in the UK so far this year.
The 14-year-old moved from Nottingham to London for a fresh start six months before his death.
The first death was 33-year-old mother Charlotte Huggins, who died in London on 1 January. The 100th death was John Lewis, 32, who died in Middlesborough this week.
There has been one fatal stabbing every 1.45 days so far this year in England and Wales. If killings continued at that rate for the rest of the year, the total would be slightly lower than the 285 stabbing deaths recorded in 2017-18.
Three people have been fatally stabbed this year in the East Midlands:
Cloud and rain has moved in to replace the glorious sunshine we've been enjoying this week.
Cloud is expected to become more extensive through tonight and will thicken enough to give some light showers.
Friday will feel fairly cool and there will be rather a lot of cloud, thick enough to produce some showers.
The One Direction singer and "lifelong Derby County fan" Niall Horan has said he's "proud" of the team after they beat Leeds in a play-off semi-final thriller last night.
He followed this tweet with another saying: "This is by far the most together I’ve seen the club in years."
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A 40-year-old man may be deported after he sexually assaulted a young woman enjoying a day out with her family.
Christian Mihai, of no fixed abode, approached his victim in the women's toilets at Darley Park Café in Derby.
He grabbed hold of her and kissed her hands, tried to kiss her face and rubbed up against her before she managed to escape, police said.
He pleaded guilty to sexual assault and was sentenced to 16 months imprisonment, put on the sex offenders register for 10 years and given a restraining order stopping him from contacting his victim or entering the park for three years.
Mihai is now automatically liable for deportation and the Home Office will make a decision on this.
Det Con Harry Bashir, of Derbyshire Police, said the incident had a "profound and lasting impact on a vulnerable young woman".
Egg-citing peregrine news - two baby chicks have hatched at Derby Cathedral.
This footage, by the Derby Cathedral Peregrine Project, shows a glimpse of the first chick.
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The falcon is still incubating at least two more eggs but Nick Moyes, who writes a blog about the project, said it "seems unlikely" these will ever hatch.
The city council has described fly infestations at some homes in Derby as "very concerning".
The authority has said it's working closely with the Environment Agency to try to identify the source of problem affecting homes in the Sinfin and Normanton areas.
Derby City Council has said: "Our Environmental Health team were alerted to the issue yesterday, and since then have been working to order fly papers, which will be distributed to the homes affected.
“In the meantime we will continue to aid the Environment Agency in their investigations.
"There has been speculation that flies may be coming from the Waste Treatment Plant in Sinfin, however no evidence has been found to suggest that the facility is the source at this time."
It looks like everyone has Rams-mania after their play-off semi-final win against Leeds.
This is Derbyshire Police Dog Zane.
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Last night the Rams booked their place at Wembley to play for a spot in the Premier League after pulling off a comeback against Leeds.
There were some pretty ecstatic scenes in the changing rooms, where the team mocked the other side by singing 'Stop crying Frank Lampard' - a song Leeds fans came up with in the wake of 'Spygate'.
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Highways England has invested more than £125m upgrading a section of the M1 to a smart motorway.
It allows variable speed limits to be used on the section between Junctions 23a and Junction 25, which helps to adjust the flow of traffic to ease congestion.
Sensors by the side of the road work out when vehicles are slowing down, and signs above the carriageway change the mandatory speed limits accordingly.
Highways England monitors motorways and trunk roads from a series of regional control centres. Its operators can trigger various aspects of the smart motorway, including “Red X” instructions, which close one or more lanes at a time.
East Midlands Today
Derby County are going to Wembley and are one win away from the Premier League.
There were incredible scenes at Elland Road last night as the Rams pulled off an amazing comeback against Leeds.
They were two goals down over the two legs- but came back to win 4-2 on the night and 4-3 on aggregate. Derby will now face Aston Villa on Bank Holiday Monday for a place in the top division.
A fine evening with sunshine and overnight it will remain dry with mainly clear skies.
Any early mist patches will lift on Thursday morning to leave a dry day with spells of sunshine.
There will be more in the way of cloud and it will be a breezier day so will start to feel cooler.
Derby Museums' two ancient mummies are being sent to the University of Manchester to be photographed, CT-scanned and digitally X-rayed by researchers.
They've only left Derby once in the last 140 years when they went to Lincoln University in the early 1990s for cleaning.
It's hoped new technology will provide a more comprehensive insight into the mummified remains.
Although these two mummies were X-rayed many years ago, the clarity and resolution of the images is relatively poor. Imaging technology is so advanced nowadays, that even those mummies studied as recently as 5-10 years ago, can benefit from repeated study.”
Local Democracy Reporting Service
An NHS trust is set to spend £1.3m on plans to halve the number of stillbirths and maternity incidents at hospitals in Burton-upon-Trent and Derby.
The University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust said there was an NHS aim to meet the target by 2025.
It said it would invest extra money in maternity services - on areas such as improving bed capacity in intensive neonatal care and offering better mental health support.
A team of vets have saved the life of a German Shepherd puppy after she was hit by a motorbike in Belper.
Nine-month-old Bella's skull was so fractured when she arrived at Pride Veterinary Centre, senior surgeon Rosario Vallefuoco said the CT scan, "was like looking at a jigsaw puzzle".
The surgery reconstructed Bella's face using a titanium mesh. The vets believe it's one of the first times this approach had been used in a trauma case involving a dog.
Within two days Bella was able to eat by herself and was allowed to go home with her owners.
Rosario said: "She is doing extremely well and, cosmetically, you would never know she had been in such an accident - which given her initial CT scans, is something we are very proud of."
Wear sunscreen - it's going to warm and sunny today.
East Midlands Today
A heart scanner that can detect undiagnosed congenital heart defects in premature and newborn babies has been donated to the Royal Derby Hospital.
The charity, Friends of the Baby Unit, raised £73,000 for the machine. Staff say it will help them to improve the survival rate of babies born with heart defects.
It will stay fine this evening with plenty of late sunshine. It will then remain dry through tonight with mainly clear skies. A few mist patches may form overnight.
Any early mist patches will soon lift on Wednesday to leave a dry and fine day with lots of sunshine. It will be a warm day with a light breeze.
Local Democracy Reporter
Plans to rename one of Derby's hospitals after Florence Nightingale and move her statue have hit delays.
The hospital trust had set up a meeting to with the then city councillor Alan Grimadell - but he has since lost his seat in the local elections.
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton trust board chairman John Rivers said they are now waiting for the council to appoint the new cabinet member for leisure, culture and tourism.
However, the plan now has support from the Florence Nightingale Museum in London.
A man, jailed for spreading Islamic State propaganda, left memory sticks containing terrorist material inside shoes while Muslim worshippers were praying.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said it happened during Ramadan in May and June last year and that one of the memory sticks was found by a nine-year-old boy.
Omar Ashfaq, from St Thomas Road in Derby, travelled to mosques in Luton, Derby, Loughborough, Coventry and Birmingham to leave the extremist and violent material.
Worshippers who found the memory sticks informed mosque authorities.
Ashfaq, 24, has been jailed for four years and six months after pleading guilty to 11 terrorism offences.
Good news - the A38 has reopened in Derby where a truck spilled a load of broken glass.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has thanked the mosques which provided them with CCTV footage of a man who spread violent Islamic State propaganda.
Omar Ashfaq, from St Thomas Road in Derby, spread terrorist documents at six mosques including ones in Derby and Loughborough. He's been sentenced to four years and six months in prison.
The mosques he targeted handed CCTV footage to the police, providing "crucial evidence".
Ashfaq pleaded guilty to eights counts of dissemination of a terrorist publication and three counts of possession of a document containing information useful to terrorism.
A man who spread terrorist documents at six mosques has been sentenced to four years and six months in prison.
Omar Ashfaq, 24, of St Thomas Road in Derby, admitted eights counts of dissemination of a terrorist publication between 31 May and 8 June last year.
He also pleaded guilty to three counts of possession of a document containing information useful to terrorism.