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This is East Midlands Today with Dominic Heale and me, Kylie

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Pentelow. Our top story tonight: the cities

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scrambling for Government cash. Nottingham, Derby and Leicester all

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want money to promote growth but how big is the pot? �1.3 billion

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for the whole of the country which has one third of what used to be

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given. Also: other parents pleading for

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help to solve the mystery of their son's death. It absolute nightmare.

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I never thought I would lose my baby boy. He should not die before

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your kids. Six months after the tsunami, how

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students are helping to rebuild Japan.

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And a man down and a goal behind. Derby celebrate a remarkable big

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Good evening and welcome to Monday's programme. First tonight,

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the race to bring in the investment millions that'll create thousands

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of jobs in our region. Nottingham, Derby and Leicester are

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all chasing private and public sector cash to kick-start the

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economy. All three are putting in bids for help, to the Government's

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regional growth fund. Today though there was a warning

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that the fund isn't big enough and more taxpayers' cash is needed.

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Mike O'Sullivan's in Nottingham to tell us more.

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Good evening. This is what's called the island site in Nottingham.

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Parts of it derelict for years. Supposed to be used for homes and

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commercial use. And this site was one of around a dozen or so

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showcased to potential investors in Nottingham today. Nottingham trying

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to convince them they should come here instead of elsewhere in our

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region. It is not every day you meet a

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passenger on a bus tour of Nottingham with �25 million to

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spend. But this tour is taking potential investors around key

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sites like the Broad Marsh Centre which could create 6000 jobs. And

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the birds Enterprise Zone, creating �10,000. More investors are still

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needed. We are looking to provide about 250 homes, associated shops

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and restaurants. You are probably looking at a build cost of �25

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million, which we would have to raise in that the City and possibly

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as many as 200 jobs. They even named a train. All three of our big

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cities are trying to win backing from the public and private sectors.

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Government cash is on offer from the regional growth fund. Not him

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once �200 million for the Brits enterprise zone. -- Boots. Derby

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once around �50 million for things like a hi-tech business park near

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Rolls-Royce and and Innovation Centre. There is a lot of

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investment... Even as the Tour showed off Nottingham's highlights,

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there was a warning that there is not enough government cash for

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everybody. We will get something out of it but it is not to kick --

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not enough to kick-start the economy. The other towns named miss

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out, we will not all be winners of stop Leicester's high cross centre

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is part of investment in the City over the last 10 years. In at the

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fight for investments in jobs, you can never stand still.

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Well, the government has defended the �1.4 billion in its regional

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growth fund, due to last until 2014/15, saying it ensures that

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some private sector cash comes in as well. Economic development and

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jobs have been the key themes of the Liberal Democrats' annual

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conference. Over to the International Convention Centre in

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Birmingham and our Political Editor John Hess.

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The conference today heard the Business Secretary Vince Cable talk

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of the need for investment to boost exports, green technology and

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manufacturing. Then this afternoon, the reality for one of our

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struggling manufacturers, train makers Bombardier of Derby. In a

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question and answer session with delegates, the Lib Dems' leader

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Nick Clegg was put on the spot. am very annoyed that we were

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totally tied up, tied in knots by the legal requirements of the

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tendering process drafted by the previous government. We could not

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get out of it. Philip Hammond and Vince Cable are working to make

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sure that doesn't happen again, that British companies had given a

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fair crack of the whip. But it was a Nottingham delegate who earlier

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told the conference the quickest way to boost the economy and the

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infrastructure was to build new homes. I cannot stress enough how

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many people in this city of Nottingham and elsewhere in the

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country find themselves trapped in sub-standard housing that they

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cannot afford to get themselves out of. But new housing, roads,

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industrial estates, key ingredients of local infrastructure projects

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are not cheap. I asked the leader of the Liberal Democrats on

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Leicestershire county council Simon Galton, how much money we're

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talking about. Leicester identified a shortfall of �2 billion. If there

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is a huge gap to fill. Can it be filled? That depends upon whether

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the government is going to make some more money available to kick-

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start those sorts of projects. Clegg said today, the Department

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for Transport alone has �8 billion to spend on infrastructure projects

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and he's determined, in his words, to get the money out of doors of

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Whitehall and spent. Well, the East Midlands Development

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Agency is on the island site. The organisation that used to hand out

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lots of development cash being wound up by the Government and

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replaced by the regional growth fund. And to discuss the chances

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for investment in the region, I'm joined by Professor Baback Yazdani,

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from Nottingham Trent University and regional chairman of the CBI.

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It doesn't sound like a lot for the entire country but it is unlikely

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to change. Perhaps we need to concentrate our efforts to give the

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project that are going to have the biggest impact. How difficult is it

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to get the private sector to invest in places like the East Midlands?

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The private sector requires a good planning and tax environment to

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want to invest. In that regard, the little things to matter. The

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Investment announced today in Wolverhampton and the �10 million

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investment in the regional growth fund has brought in �350 million

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from Jaguar Land-Rover into that region. This is the second round of

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birds in the regional growth fund and the results will be announced

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later in the autumn. -- bids. Still to come on the programme: the big

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clean up in Japan. Six months after the Tsunami a student from

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Derbyshire returns from a country that's slowly re-building its

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The parents of a Leicester man who died after collapsing with serious

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head injuries say they're living an absolute nightmare as they try to

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find out how he died. Jason Jelley was married with five

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children. How he got his injuries is a mystery. His family are

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appealing for anyone with information to help them. In

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morning and struggling to accept the death of their son. The parents

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of the father of five say they are utterly devastated. Absolute

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nightmare. Never thought I would be losing My baby boy. Here he was,

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captured on CCTV on Wednesday morning in Leicester. Just an hour

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later, he arrived home with terrible head injuries. Police say

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they do not know whether he felt or if he was assaulted. His family

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there are certain he was attacked. He told his wife when he got him

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that he had been attacked from behind. Somebody saw him holding

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his face with blood coming out of his face. Officers have been

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carrying out house-to-house inquiries in the area to try to

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find anyone who might have seen something. Police particularly want

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to trace a man who may have helped him across Strasbourg drive, a

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round the corner from his home. Based say he is described as black,

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between 5 ft 6 and 6 ft 4 -- Paul. Meanwhile, Jason's family say they

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are desperately waiting for someone to come forward with information

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which might help them solve the mystery of their son's death.

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appeal to people who are parents themselves, how would you feel if

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you had lost your son? The pain we feel is unbearable.

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Firefighters have been dealing with a large blaze at a Transport Yard

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in Sutton in Ashfield. Officers have set up a 200-metre exclusion

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zone around the site on Prospect Close. Local businesses have been

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affected. The Fire Service says it's expected to be on site for 24

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hours. Officers are concerned about the danger from gas cylinders on

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the site. Network Rail is to monitor the

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timing of barriers at a level crossing in Nottinghamshire after

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two people were trapped on the tracks. The incidents happened at

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the crossing on Carey Road in Bulwell. On two occasions people

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with mobility problems were trapped between the barriers because they

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closed too quickly. Network Rail is also upgrading the monitors used by

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signallers to observe the crossing. This is East Midlands Today. Coming

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up in sport: a tale of two cities. At one end of the A52, jubilation.

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At the other, disbelief. All the highlights of an epic local derby

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The police say they're becoming increasingly concerned for the

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well-being of a vulnerable woman who's been missing for more than

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four days. Janet Bacon was last seen when she

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was dropped off for a bus in Mansfield. But she left home

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without her bank cards and has switched her mobile off. At her

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Mansfield bungalow where she lives with one of her sons, a police

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search team was looking for clues. They were going through her

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belongings in the hope that a piece of paper, a receipt or note might

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tell them where she was heading and what he plans were four days ago.

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74 year-old Janet became a great great grandmother six weeks ago but

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last weekend was the 9th anniversary of her husband's death.

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Her sons and daughter described their mother as sociable but are

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concerned about the pain she is in a former water disability. She has

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taken a large quantity of painkillers with her and her family

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is worried about her frame of mind. Very worried. There is only so much

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pain people can take. We are very concerned as regards the number of

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tablets she has with her. Passengers at Mansfield bus station

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are also being asked if they've seen Janet. She enjoys using her

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bus pass and regularly travels around the East Midlands. She was

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dropped off by taxi at 1:30pm last Thursday. For Janet to catch a bus

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was not unusual but for her not to be in contact with her family for

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so long is out of character. At the time she went missing, she was

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wearing a blue top and carrying a red metal walking-stick and a black

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leather handbag. We are not saw -- we are not sure of what is state of

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minders. We are really concerned. Jags family is pleading with her to

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get in touch and tell them she is safe. -- Janet says family.

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If you have any information, call Well, there is only one place to

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start tonight, the fall out and analysis after the explosive Forest

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Derby game. Team Rams have had the day off today after victory,

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meanwhile the Reds have been sweating out defeat on the training

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field. In a moment we'll be looking at what's going wrong at the City

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Ground but first Natalie Jackson reports on a Derby day win for

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Derby. The East Midlands derby is all

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about the fans, about pride and These players have experienced

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games like this before. But they will need strong hearts and minds

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in this game today. The fixture is always dramatic but few expected

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this! 66 seconds gone, Derby down to 10 men. The goalie sent-off, his

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stand-in had barely taken his seat. Was it a minute or something like

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that? I was eating my banana, getting ready for the game. Read

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funded in the penalty. -- thundered in a. It did not take long before

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there was more controversy. He has lost his footing and there is the

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referee, no foul. Off we go, carry on. Nigel Clough is telling derby

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to carry on. Carry on, he says, it It is a great run and he has

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Derby showed incredible character and team spirit. Hendrick missed a

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sitter and then at the 19 year-old turned from a villain to hero.

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knew it was going in. I didn't know what to do and all the lads came

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over and jumped on me. It was a great feeling. We have huge belief

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in their character and spirit. We hope that when we look back in six

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months, it will BAA season defining moment. He is probably the proudest

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manager in the season at the moment. -- in the the lead at the moment.

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So the Forest fans are angry not just because of the defeat, but

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also because they haven't won at home yet and are now in the

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relegation zone. It is early days but why were Forest so bad in such

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a landmark game for the supporters? Last season, Nottingham Forest's

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defence was one of the best in the championship but Derby's first goal

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was barely -- with a daily the hint of a challenge finally shattered

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that repetition. Steve McLaren admitted the defending was

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unacceptable but he reckons the problems run deeper. There are a

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lot of changes gone on in this football club with management, with

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players and to get teething problems. Sometimes, failure to

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adapt to each other... That is the problem. We've not found the

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balance. The defence is a puzzle, four of the current back five

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helped create a record. They have now conceded nine goals in three

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games. So, could confidence be an issue? I'm not too sure about lack

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of confidence. I think it is because we made so individual -- so

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many individual next -- mistakes since the start of the season. Each

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mistake keeps costing a sand gets highlighted. And the frustrations

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of the fans are growing. There were chants of sack the board. A banner

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also directed at the chief executive of stop the board didn't

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lose the game, we did. Nigel puts a lot of money into this football

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club and how he wants to run it is how he wants to run it. We have to

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work within those parameters. We accept that now. We fight it and we

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try for things and he can see the fans frighted as well. But at the

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end of the day, he has put his hard-earned money into this

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football club and it is still going because of him. The season has a

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long way to run. Forest are notoriously slow starters. Still,

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there is plenty to chew on. If you want to see it again, it is

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all on the BBC website. Over at Leicester City the pressure isn't

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exactly off but a good performance and a victory over league leaders

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Brighton makes the Foxes start to the season suddenly look a whole

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lot better. All smiles at the King Power Stadium.

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It was a victory built on a storming first half. They were

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having fun with their pace up front. The fox is even had the ball in the

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back of the net. -- the Foxes. Any frustration was blown away by the

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goal and if second half. -- in the second half. No one was getting

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carried away. Least of all the manager. A couple of weeks ago,

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Southampton... They were the better team. Today, Brighton were top of

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the league. We must build on this. The game could have ended up as a

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draw. Smith was a Leicester target in the summer. He did the club he

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Neelie joined a massive favour by missing. -- Neelie joined. Notts

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County have gone one better than Leicester. Their recent record in

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League One is three wins and a draw. A trip to Turin clearly a tonic.

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They had a few things to survive to win at Stevenage. This penalty, for

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example. A great save. Then, this challenge by Charlie Allen. Hard to

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argue that it should have been a red card. But Nottingham County

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survived and thrived. When Ben Burgess headed in to seal the win,

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it was a model of simplicity. Good news and bad news for

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Leicester Tigers. The bad is that number eight Thomas Waldrom has

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been called up by England as cover for Nick Easter. His flight to New

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Zealand leaves the Tigers with precisely no players dedicated to

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that position. The good was a dramatic come from behind win at

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Newcastle. Tigers first win of the season featured three players

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scoring their first try in Leicester colours, starting with Ed

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Slater. Then, 15 minutes into the second half, it was Julian Salvi's

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turn. All before the Steve Mafi late late show stole a one point

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victory. Off and running. Two other triumphs to mention:

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Nottingham Panthers did a Scottish double on the road. Demolishing

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Fife 6-2 and then Edinburgh 8-0. And golfer Mel Reid warmed up

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wonderfully for the Solheim Cup by winning the Spanish Open. A full

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report on Mel's progress later in the week.

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There is also Carling Cup action this week. It's all very busy!

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15,000 people were killed, 130,000 are still homeless. The earthquake

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and tsunami in Japan six months ago had a devastating impact both on

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Japan, its population and global markets.

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It even affected car production here in the East Midlands. Well,

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this week one of our universities has offered a helping hand by

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inviting over a group of students directly affected by the disaster.

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Lives lost, homes destroyed, family livelihoods devastated. These

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smiles high personal tragedy. Each student here was affected by the

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earthquake and tsunami in Japan six months ago. TRANSLATION: My house

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was completely washed away by the tsunami. My house is only seven

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kilometres away from the nuclear site. My family has to live apart

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and I have to worry about when I can move back. TRANSLATION: There

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are still many people who live in temporary housing, who do not have

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normal lives. I really wish that those people who are suffering will

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be recovering physically and mentally as soon as possible.

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students go to university in the north-east of Japan. They've come

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to De Montfort University to share their experiences and learn about

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quirky English traditions. It has been inspirational to have them

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here. We took them to Leicester City on Saturday and to our great

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delight, the Japanese international scored the winning goal. Yesterday,

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we took them to the whole of our archivist and they took them to an

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allotment which may not sound impressive until you learn that

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many of them live near toothy Fukushima nuclear site. There have

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been telling us that they will not be able to grow food there for

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another 50 years. They were very touched with how people in England

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think about them. They realise they are not forgotten for loss of

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light-hearted fun here, imagers different to the ones we saw six

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months ago of the ones we saw six months ago. One woman from

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Derbyshire has been helping out with the clean-up operation. All of

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this used to be houses and it is now rubble of. At home in

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Derbyshire, a cat tells her father about her voluntary work in Japan.

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The 19 year-old is just back from a city 125 miles north of Fukushima,

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which suffered in the earthquake and tsunami. I was based in a city

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but we also did satellite projects to other places. I distributed food

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and temporary homes, dug a lot of pictures, cleared a lot of drains

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and did some other things. She says a voluntary work has been an

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unusual but rewarding way to end a gap year. Now she is heading off to

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Cardiff University to study medicine. The students here are a

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testimony to how quickly people can recover from such devastating

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disasters. The effects of the tsunami were far-reaching, even

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being felt here in Derbyshire. At Toyota's Burnaston plant, staff had

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to go on reduced hours because of a shortage of car parts but the

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company is now back on track and they put that down to the

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extraordinary efforts of their staff. We have returned to normal

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production, that is since June. We started the recovery of lost

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production since September. We will have fully recovered all the

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vehicles which were delayed before the end of the year. In fact, we

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will finish 2011 with slightly more production than we had originally

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plan. The production lines are back to normal but for these young

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people, the past six months have been quite literally a roller-

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coaster ride. They are certainly optimistic about the future but

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their messages, they don't want us to forget about the disaster

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because its effects could be felt for generations to come.

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Great spirit there, isn't there? I went to Melton Mowbray and a

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charity car wash, where some firefighters did a good job on my

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car. Thank you. It was hard work. We have a creative shot tonight of

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one of the statues we showed on a Friday night at Chatsworth. Thank

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you to Michael for capturing this. The cloud is starting to increase

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overnight. We have lost our sunshine this afternoon and that is

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due to weigh whether fund which is slowly going to be working its way

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down the country. -- D to a weather front. A small amount of rain is

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coming across the north-west corner. Quite mild and it has been breezy

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as well so that temperatures dropping to 13 Celsius. It means

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that front will be with us first thing tomorrow morning. It depends

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how much rain is likely to come from it. It will pay a pub during

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the early part of the morning and again into the afternoon as it

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works its way southwards. Coming in behind, although still a lot of

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cloud staying with us, you might as a model -- a bit of pride does

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coming back to the Peak District. The winds should not be as brisk

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yesterday. Temperatures not doing too bad either, around what they

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should be for the time of year at 18 Celsius. That band clears to the

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site from Wednesday so we've got low-pressure controlling the

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weather still and the breeze starts to pick up again by the time we get

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to one said. We are sandwiched between two whether funds. Ones

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sitting further south and the other coming down from the north.

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Wednesday should be a day which will remain bright but it will be

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breezy. Thursday as well, the remnants of a front around on

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