A police force refers itself to the police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission, after a man is killed by a train.
An experimental "green slime" is used in an attempt to save one of Britain's favourite beauty spots.
A charity which has sent more than 1,000 tonnes of aid to children in Honduras over the last 40 years sends its last ever shipment.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club is awarded more than £400,000 as part of a scheme to redevelop the ground and create jobs.
The voice of the midlands must be heard "long and loud", says Nottingham City Council's leader.
Derbyshire Police plans to cut the number of officers on the beat in favour of more police tackling online crime, the chief constable says.
A giant tiger will be painted in a city suburb to highlight the safest places to cross the road.
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Pioneer of conservation architecture retires
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League Two game between Burton Albion and Stevenage.
Bradley Wood helps Alfreton keep Conference leaders Barnet at bay with a stoppage-time penalty at North Street.
Alfreton Town sign winger Jimmy Phillips on loan from League Two leaders Burton Albion until the end of the season.
Birmingham City striker Denny Johnstone joins League Two side Burton Albion on loan until the end of the season.
Liverpool duo Jack Dunn and Kevin Stewart join League Two leaders Burton Albion on month-long loan deals.
League Two strugglers Cheltenham Town sign Derby striker Shaquille McDonald on loan until the end of the season.
Lincoln City sign Sheffield United midfielder Kieran Wallace and Alfreton defender Jordan Keane on loan until the end of the season.
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Greece's creditors are studying new reform plans put forward by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government in a bid to secure further bailout funds.
Executives at the Dutch bank ABN Amro have renounced a €100,000 allowance after a public outcry over the extra pay.
Leaving the European Union would be an act of economic "self harm" and could risk the UK recovery, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg says.
Swiss firm Dufry buys a controlling stake in World Duty Free from the Benetton family, creating the world's largest travel retailer.
Asian shares are off to mixed start in a holiday-shortened week as investors awaited economic data from the region to give the market direction.
US consumer electronics chain Best Buy is closing its Canadian subsidiary, Future Shop, and converting 65 of its 131 stores into Best Buy outlets.
The work and pensions secretary says the Conservatives are not keeping plans for £12bn of benefit cuts secret - saying no final decisions have been made.
A light bulb made with graphene - said by its UK developers to be the first commercially viable consumer product using the super-strong carbon - is to go on sale later this year.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he will give away most of his $800m (£537m) fortune to good causes before he dies.
A California jury has found that a venture capital firm did not discriminate against a female employee in a closely watched case in Silicon Valley.
Loaded Magazine, one of the so-called "lads' magazines" of the mid-1990s, is to close down, publisher Simian says.
Losses from online banking fraud rose by 48% in 2014 compared with 2013 as more consumers conducted their financial affairs on the internet.
PayPal agrees a £5.1m payout over allegations it allowed payments from accounts deemed enemies of the state by the US government.
Monica Lewinsky has made an impassioned public speech calling for people to be nicer online. So why do we continue to be so mean?
Former New Zealand Prime Minister Jenny Shipley explains why the country was the first western nation to support China's plan for a new development bank.
A jury finds that a Silicon Valley firm did not discriminate against a female employee.
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A recurring issue was who originated investment ideas at the venture capital firm and the lack of documentation to support claims.
The provision of ayahuasca, a psychedelic brew used in the Amazon basin for centuries, to inmates on short furloughs reflects a quest to ease pressure on Brazil’s prison system.
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