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Britain's oldest referee says he will have to retire at the age of 88 after a fall caused a potentially career-ending injury.

A man who who built up an arsenal of weapons and stored them in his bedroom is jailed for 11 years.

A 7ft (2m) glass fibre statue of Mr Potato Head will not be displayed at a Derbyshire town's bus station due to health and safety reasons.

A foal dies after it was doused with inflammable liquid and set on fire in a field in Derbyshire.

A safety campaign is launched after the deaths of two babies in Derby and Staffordshire, who suffocated on nappy sacks.

An engineer devises a formula to aid budding players of Poohsticks - prompting a list of the top locations to play, including the top one in Derbyshire.

Two historic former cotton mills in Belper are leaking badly and need extensive repairs, local officials say.

The algae can also be harmful to humans

Forces in the East Midlands draw up plans

Chris Wood fires in a superb late winner to give Leeds their first win of the season at Derby.

Mark Duffy's last-minute winner moves Burton up to third place in League One with victory at Shrewsbury.

Jay O'Shea scores either side of half time to extend Millwall's winless run and move Chesterfield into the top six.

Derby striker Chris Martin says a first league win this season is more important than reaching 50 goals for the club.




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Bank of England governor Mark Carney says the decision on when to raise UK interest rates is still likely to be made at the end of the year, despite China's slowdown.

A computer glitch that delayed 275,000 HSBC payments has now been resolved, the bank tells the BBC.

Justin King, the former chief executive of Sainsbury's, says the National Living Wage will "destroy jobs".

The founder and chief executive of the Ashley Madison extra-marital affair website, Noel Biderman, steps down following data hack.

News Corp confirms it is in talks with Rebekah Brooks after the Financial Times newspaper reports she is to return as chief executive of its UK division.

The number of homes being sold in England and Wales has fallen significantly, according to figures from the Land Registry.

The number of adults taking out Individual Savings Accounts (Isa) has fallen to its lowest level for ten years, according to official figures

Navinder Sarao, the so-called "flash crash" day trader, fails in his bid to postpone his US extradition hearing.

The Crown Prosecution Service is considering a file for a possible corporate prosecution over phone hacking at the now closed News of the World.

Chinese shares have ended the week almost 8% lower after volatile trading that started on Monday with shock losses and spread fear to global markets.

UK economic growth for the second quarter of the year was unrevised at 0.7%, official figures have shown.

Brazil enters recession, as official figures show the country's economy contracted by 1.9% between April and June, compared with the previous three months.

The new boss of McDonald's UK tells the BBC that zero-hours contracts are fair because they help staff stay flexible.

Kickstarter raised it £2.3m but drone maker struggles to meet hopes

Slowing growth in China has seen stock markets in turmoil and underlined the recent plunge in commodity prices - a key concern in many African economies.

South Sudan has what many business people describe as a "war economy" as they battle to keep their companies afloat as a result of the brutal civil war.

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With warming seas creating new opportunities at the top of the world, nations are scrambling over the Arctic. But Russia may be beating the United States to the punch.










Since the ruble’s fall late last year put foreign vacations out of reach of many in the middle class, more Russians are choosing to vacation at home.










The remarks of the Federal Reserve’s vice chairman were highly anticipated after days of turmoil in financial markets that raised questions about whether the Fed’s plans had changed.










Middle-class Chinese are reining in spending amid the economic slowdown, damaging the ruling party’s hopes to push consumer spending as a new engine of growth.










Middle-class Chinese are reining in spending amid the economic slowdown, damaging the ruling party’s hopes to push consumer spending as a new engine of growth.










Japan’s consumer inflation ground to a halt for the first time in more than two years and household spending unexpectedly fell in July.










The faltering Chinese financial markets pose such a threat to American interests that a strategy of chiding Beijing over human rights or cyberattacks seems risky.










Just over a year after being acquitted of charges in a phone-hacking and bribery scandal, a longtime protégée of Rupert Murdoch is set to take on a senior role in his company.










The Citi employees whose strategy led to $2 billion in investor losses have not been pursued or even identified.










The government is keeping failing factories on life support in an effort to maintain social stability, but the policy may hinder a return to healthy growth.










An alliance of newspaper and magazine publishers has taken an increasingly active role in fighting the growing dominance of the tech giant.










Investors were calmed by strong growth figures from the United States, while China continued to take measures to shore up stocks and the renminbi.










Japan’s consumer inflation ground to a halt for the first time in more than two years and household spending unexpectedly fell in July.










Asian shares extended a global rally on Friday after upbeat U.S. economic data calmed sentiment, with Chinese stocks jumping for the second day following a rocky start to the week.










China’s upper crust represents as much as a third of global luxury spending. The tumult in China’s financial markets is denting that, leaving retailers anxious.










The S.&P. 500 and the Dow rose strongly and the Nasdaq turned positive for the year as better economic news buoyed trading.










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