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Combustible materials being left too close to a portable electric heater is identified as the cause of a house fire in which a man died.

Shrovetide football is once again returning to the streets of Ashbourne in Derbyshire, but what's it all about?

A photographer sets out to challenge "formulaic" depictions of the Peak District with an exhibit celebrating the area's limestone quarries.

What is believed to be the oldest building in the world to house a working railway ticket office opens in Derbyshire.

A 69-year-old man is pronounced dead after a fire at a Derbyshire farmhouse.

Campaigners warn rural bus services face being wiped out by council budget cuts, with Derbyshire badly affected.

Former reservoirs, which could be converted into a "Grand Design" style home, are to be auctioned.

A D-Day veteran will start the Royal Shrovetide Football in Ashbourne on his 100th birthday, it is announced.

The route of the 2016 Women's Tour cycling race is announced, with a stage in Derbyshire.

The headlines from the East Midlands' political week

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Derby's winless streak is extended to seven games as they come from behind to draw at Fulham.

Chris and Gabby Adcock win the English National Championships mixed doubles title for the third successive year.

Burton Albion extend their lead at the top of League One with comfortable win against Bradford City

Nine-man Peterborough hold on for an unlikely victory away at Chesterfield to keep in touch with play-off places.

Derby County head coach Paul Clement believes his Championship side are struggling with a lack of confidence.

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A huge new gas plant which will service the West of Shetland region and supply up to two million homes is fired up by Total.

If Twitter is to grow, it may need to disregard the complaints by its regular users about innovations.

Digital radio brand Pure is being put up for sale by UK tech company Imagination Technologies, as the group's long-serving chief executive departs.

British manufacturers are paying 'inflated' sums to secure fast enough internet access, according to EEF - the manufacturers' organisation.

China's efforts to prop up its currency result in a $99.5bn plunge in its foreign currency reserves in January.

Nearly 150 oil platforms in the UK North Sea are expected to be scrapped over the next 10 years, according to industry analysts.

Tokyo's Nikkei 225 trades higher in almost lone trading as most of Asia shuts for Lunar New Year.

The prime minister "has not taken a sugar tax off the table", Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt tells the BBC.

Chancellor George Osborne is asked to clarify whether banks can use the cost of fines for wrongdoing to reduce the amount of tax they pay.

The German arm of Canada's Maple Bank is closed by German authorities over concerns about its financial position.

The US economy added 151,000 jobs in January, helping to push the country's unemployment rate down to 4.9%, official figures show.

Navinder Sarao, the "flash crash" trader, should not be extradited to the United States because the offences he is accused of were not crimes in the UK, his lawyers said.

The Metropolitan Police says it is considering using eagles to intercept drones amid concerns that they are increasingly being used to commit crime.

Former Governor of the Bank of England Lord King joins the board of directors at Premier League strugglers Aston Villa.

The BBC's Yogita Limaye speaks to Vivek Bali, Sephora's India chief executive.

The BBC's Shilpa Kannan went to test the mood at the Delhi Auto Show 2016.

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Settlers are renting homes on Airbnb, but the Palestinian Authority condemned the website for not mentioning that the settlements are considered illegal by most of the world.

The executive, Tidjane Thiam, asked the board for a “significant reduction” in his bonus after the bank reported a multibillion-dollar quarterly loss.

Even before the Volkswagen scandal, European regulators were finding better emissions when a vehicle was tested in the lab than during road tests.

All Chipotle stores will be closed for four hours on Monday, and after a shake-up at Viacom, the media company will report on Tuesday how it’s faring.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said certain vehicles can roll away when the driver mistakenly thinks the transmission is set on “park.”

The subsidiary of Maple Financial Group of Canada was at the center of an attempt in 2008 by Porsche and its owners to take over Volkswagen, a bid that is also the focus of a criminal trial.

The attack on two brothers in Baghlan Province, which left one of them in a coma, was the latest in a series of assaults on members of the Afghan news media.

Montreux Partners and Dart Management have agreed to take an offer made by the South American nation.

In conventional media, it’s all about the people, and the head of NBCUniversal has learned to stroke, cajole and get tough — and get results.

The police say Ding Ning’s Internet financing business, Ezubao, was a $7.6 billion Ponzi scheme and have arrested him and 20 others.

The company will also postpone its shareholders meeting, as the German carmaker confronts official inquiries and potential lawsuits over the cheating.

The halt of an official investigation has not quieted questions over how hundreds of millions of dollars ended up in the accounts of Prime Minister Najib Razak.

BNP Paribas pledged a higher dividend payout and said its priority was to keep its return on equity at 10 percent beyond 2016 after it announced further cost cutting measures for its investment bank.

China told a United Nations panel that sanctions barring the sale of luxury goods did not apply because skiing is a “normal activity” in North Korea.

While major conglomerates profit, little or nothing is trickling down to the lower levels of Iran’s beleaguered but still enormous private sector.

The steel maker said its results were hurt by lower prices — depressed by cheap Chinese exports — and by write-offs in the company’s large mining business.

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