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A man accused of murdering a 15-year-old boy in Derby is to stand trial for a third time.

Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis, born in Buxton, Derbyshire, is charged with one count of indecent assault under Operation Yewtree, Scotland Yard says.

Three men who used laser pens to dazzle pilots coming in to land at East Midlands Airport are jailed.

Nearly £900,000 is to be spent building a new Derbyshire library after the existing one was condemned on safety grounds.

A magistrate, who posted a picture of himself holding an AK-47 rifle on Twitter, is suspended while an investigation takes place.

Derbyshire group tipped to revive big music

A velodrome, the Tour de France and a festival

Derby County head coach Steve McClaren says Jake Buxton warrants the fans' praise after being named as player of the year.

Coach Paul Simpson says Derby are focused on capitalising should Burnley falter in their bid for automatic promotion.

England captain Alastair Cook scores an unbeaten century as Essex take control on day two against Derbyshire.

England captain Alastair Cook made 181 to put Essex in a strong position going into day four against Derbyshire.

Derby all but booked their place in the play-offs after coming from a goal down to beat nine-man Huddersfield.

Chesterfield guarantee themselves a League Two play-off place with victory at relegation-threatened Hartlepool.

John Marquis strikes to give relegation-threatened Northampton Town a crucial win against Burton Albion in League Two.

A late comeback from Woking keeps their play-off hopes alive and dents Alfreton's play-off ambitions.

Derbyshire's Wayne Madsen says it has been hard to focus back on cricket after Tom Poynton's father died in a car crash.

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The Co-operative Group has announced losses of £2.5bn for 2013, marking the worst results in the group's 150-year history.

Shares in Google fall 5% despite reporting first-quarter profit of $3.45bn in response to worries over future income from advertising.

Retirees could be told how long they are likely to live after stopping work, says pensions minister Steve Webb.

The "resilient" UK housing market recorded another increase in mortgage lending in March, according to a lenders' group.

Takeaway owners are to face a new testing programme, after a watchdog found nearly a third of lamb takeaways it checked contained a different meat.

Luxury goods retailer Mulberry issues its second profit warning since Christmas and says it will look to introduce new "more affordable" products.

French spirits firm Remy Cointreau says operating profits will fall by up to 40% after a crackdown by China on extravagant spending hits sales.

The FTSE 100 falls, with Diageo shares down 4% after the drinks group reports a drop in third quarter sales.

The Jockey Club, the organisation behind the UK's leading horseracing events, reports record profits for last year of £22m.

China's internet giant Tencent will launch the popular Candy Crush game on the mainland in partnership with the game's creator King Digital Entertainment.

The former chairman of Anglo Irish bank has been found not guilty of illegally supporting the bank's share price, the jury continues to deliberate in the case against two others.

Virgin Media apologises after some of its customers received hundreds of unwanted emails because of a distribution list error.

A 19-year-old Canadian citizen is charged with hacking into the Canada Revenue Agency's website, becoming the first arrest in relation to the Heartbleed security breach.

Starbucks is to move its European head office to London by the end of the year, meaning it will pay more tax in the UK, the company says.

Bank of America reports a $276m first-quarter loss, after taking into account a $6bn charge for mortgage-related legal matters.

Paul Flowers, the former chairman of the Co-operative Bank and ex-Methodist Church minister, is charged with three counts of drug possession.

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With the country’s long-troubled economy teetering on the edge of recession, average Russians are feeling the pinch, even before the bite of Western sanctions over Crimea.







Registrations of new passenger cars, a proxy for sales, grew 10.6 percent last month, the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association said in Brussels.







Asian share markets inched higher on Thursday as dovish comments from the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve lifted Wall Street with while trade was light heading into the Easter holidays.







Critics claim the central bank has lost its independence under Gyorgy Matolcsy, whose policies have included aggressive rate cuts.







As Internet users migrate to mobile devices, Google earns less on its ads, and as the dominant player, growth opportunities are increasingly rare.







The food company General Mills added language to its website to alert customers that they cannot take legal action against the company if they download coupons, enter a contest or connect with it in other ways.







In a statement posted on its website, the Tokyo-based company said a local court had dismissed its request that it be allowed to try to rehabilitate its business.







Bank of America recorded a $276 million loss in the first quarter, a sign it is still paying for its mortgage problems nearly six years after the financial crisis.







Researchers found a way to trace whether attackers have used Heartbleed and found that, since January, nobody was exploiting the bug before its disclosure last week.







It is the eighth consecutive quarter in which the company’s revenue has slipped, with this quarter hit hard by a falloff in its hardware business.







Mathias Döpfner, a leading publisher, lashed out a week after the Google chairman, Eric E. Schmidt, mounted a spirited defense of Google's practices.







The Conservative-led coalition government hopes voters see the new growth as a vindication of austerity policies.







Bartering and selling at conventions and online, the thousands of mostly teenage “sneakerheads” have perfected the art of trading up.







In her first public appearance since receiving withering criticism from Congress, Mary T. Barra said General Motors was making changes to ensure that addressing safety defects would never again be so delayed.







A deal between King Digital Entertainment and the Internet giant Tencent will bring one of the most popular game franchises to China.







The coffee chain said would now pay more taxes to Britain, but not how much more.







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