Radio Derby presenter Andy Potter, who joined the station in 1999, died on Sunday.
Moorways was closed in a bid to save about £350,000 a year.
Around the UK different schemes are trying to deliver better affordable care to those who need it.
Sarah Lowndes said she was grateful for the help given to her by "so many strangers".
HS2 high speed railway is given final approval, but with costs of £60bn, not everyone is happy.
Connor Revill's head teacher said everyone at his school was "shocked and saddened".
Derby County fan Ed Wood breaks a Guinness World Record by visiting all English Football League stadiums in just 189 days.
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Red, yellow and green hats help indicate which level of care is right for each baby.
James Chester scores for Aston Villa as they win for the first time in 2017 to end a 10-match winless run.
Conor McAleny scores a hat-trick as play-off chasing Oxford earn a convincing win at relegation-threatened Chesterfield.
Burton Albion battle back to deny Tony Mowbray a win in his first game in charge of Blackburn Rovers.
Derbyshire confirm, they are no longer interested in signing West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels.
The motivating force behind the remarkable rise of Adam Peaty has a new job at British Swimming and Mel Marshall is relishing it.
Coach Mel Marshall is happy to avoid the limelight as she looks to help drive British Swimming towards Tokyo 2020.
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Deputy managers at the chain's Express convenience stores will be replaced by "shift leaders".
Insurers say changes to the calculation of compensation payments for accident victims are "crazy".
The opening of three shops that do not feature Waterstones' branding prompts criticism.
A revamp of personal injury payments stuns the insurance industry but is welcomed by lawyers.
London Stock Exchange warns it cannot obtain European Commission approval for the 29bn euro deal.
The owner of the budget fashion chain says it sees no evidence of UK consumers reducing their spending.
Labour calls for "immediate" relief for companies facing big increases after April's revaluation.
Annual profits at Persimmon rise by nearly a quarter and recent trading remains "encouraging".
Trinity Mirror's annual profits rise 24% as its acquisition of the Local World group bears fruit.
Shares in insurance firms fall following a change to how personal injury claims are calculated.
Consumers are now more likely to seek out better deals, but the regulator warns many still lose out.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett backs US businesses to continue to create "mind-boggling" wealth.
The new funding will be made available for robotics research carried out by British universities.
Google's digital assistant will soon be available on other firm's smartphones running the latest versions of Android.
Waterstones boss addresses concerns about the "homogenisation of high streets"
Kurt Schoeffer, head of IT company Auticon, explains why he headhunts autistic people.
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A staunch defender of index funds, Warren Buffett used his annual shareholders’ letter to skewer money managers who charge more for inferior results.
The online streaming service is building relationships with cable and cellphone operators worldwide in its bid to expand internationally.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Monday, with the Dow on track to snap an 11-day winning streak, as technology stocks declined and investors paused ahead of President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday.
The exchange said its union with Deutsche Börse was in jeopardy after European regulators demanded the sale of an additional asset.
Computer chips are still made in the United States, but foreign competition is looming. The industry wants President Trump to help.
Stephen Curry’s critical response to comments by the Under Armour chief executive about President Trump shows how the balance of commercial power has changed.
Executives at Sony were cautious about the virtual reality headsets, but after four months of robust sales, the skeptics are converting.
Putting together a list of companies selling Trump products has transformed Shannon Coulter’s life, and not always for the better.
A group marched to the offices of The Times, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal and NBC News to champion press freedom for all organizations, regardless of political leaning.
Donald J. Trump was no stranger back in the day to the art of news management. But even that did not seem to prepare him for the capital press corps.
The president said on Twitter that he would not attend the April 29 event, which has become a staple of the Washington social calendar.
A decade after the “Save the Rainforest” movement captured the world’s imagination, Cargill and other food giants are pushing deeper into the wilderness.
The billionaire investor’s optimistic tone contrasts with President Trump’s darker descriptions. Mr. Buffett also gave credit to “ambitious immigrants.”
Mr. Ross, who amassed a fortune with help from trade deals like Nafta, has vowed to tear up those deals if confirmed as commerce secretary.
Lawyers for Oliver Schmidt, accused of misleading U.S. regulators about diesel admissions, say he was a largely unwitting accomplice.
Who do our stars think they’re winning over with political oratory side-by-side with a bacchanalia of self-congratulation?
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