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Police concern growing for missing pensioner last seen in Nottingham

Missing 60-year-old Michael Ronson was last seen in Nottingham. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police

Police are urging the public to help locate missing 60-year-old Michael Ronson from Derby.

He was last seen in Nottingham city centre late on Friday morning.

Mr Ronson is described as white with short grey hair. He is 6ft 1in tall and of proportionate build.

He has a distinctive black rose tattoo on the right side of his neck.

McClaren 'angry and frustrated' after not making play-offs

Steve McClaren gestures to players during Reading game. Credit: PA

Steve McClaren has said he's determined to make up for missing out on the play-offs after a 3-0 loss to Reading.

"I'm really annoyed, angry, and frustrated about the last two months and am really determined to do something about it," he said.

"I'm not making a pledge, this is how I feel at the present moment. I'm under contract at Derby and I've said that all along. I've been questioned about all the speculation which has been going on for about six months.

"My intention is to sort this out. No one has told me otherwise and until somebody does, that's my determination.

"I'm angry, frustrated, I want to do something about it. I want to sit down with everybody next week, I think it's too raw, too early to make any kind of statement but what I say is what I mean."

Defeat for Derby means they lose out on play-off place

Derby have lost out on a play-off place after losing to visitors Reading by three goals to nil.

The rams were sitting in sixth place in the League Table going into the game.

They will spend another season in the Championship after their loss at the iProStadium this afternoon.

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Derby artist behind poppy display announces new sculpture

Paul Cummins, the Derbyshire artist behind the Tower of London poppy display, has announced his latest project will appear at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015.

Millions viewed his work at The Tower of London Credit: PA

His 2014 installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red appeared at the Tower of London in 2014.

This display will be a 8 metre high sculpture that will focus around Tulips.

The new sculpture has been inspired by tulips as well as the Dutch tulipomania of the 17th century, which saw single tulip bulbs exchanged for the price of houses. The sculpture comments on the marketplace, how we buy and sell commodities; how all objects acquire value and are traded, including flowers. Desirability and collecting are a large theme of my new works, and tulips will play a large role over the next year, so I thought that this would be the perfect place to showcase my art.”

– Paul Cummins

Is theft of lead from churches rising again after £20k worth stolen?

There are signs that thefts of lead from churches in Derbyshire may be back on the rise.

ITV News Central has learned that there have been as many reported cases in the county so far this year as there were in the whole of last year.

It comes as police search for the gang responsible for stealing lead worth more than £20,000 from one of the oldest churches in Derbyshire. Peter Bearne reports.

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