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The ATM at 50: how a hole in the wall changed the world

Next time you withdraw money from a hole in the wall, consider singing a rendition of happy birthday.

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Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Research reveals British Folklore could be in danger of dying out within a generation

Imagine a day when Robin Hood becomes Robin Who.

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Have you bought any of the sandwich fillers?

Sainsbury’s recalls sandwich fillers in food bug scare

Sainsbury’s has removed 13 of its own-brand sandwich fillers from its shelves following the discovery of food bug listeria in them.

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Thousands of East Midlands patients put at risk after NHS contractor blunder

Thousands of patient records from the East Midlands have been left to pile up in a warehouse by a NHS contractor.

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Technology addiction leading to relationship breakdowns

Technology addiction leading to relationship breakdowns

Too much time spent checking social media whilst on holiday could result in arguments and even relationship breakdowns for couples this summer, a new survey has revealed.

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Take a trip back to the year you were born

Take a trip back to the year you were born

We’ve all heard of the good old days, but what was so good about them?

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Government needs to address Derbyshire police’s staffing issues

Government needs to address Derbyshire police’s staffing issues

In the wake of the shocking terrorist atrocities in London and Manchester, tough questions are being asked about the true capacity and resilience of our police forces to respond to attacks.

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Sunrise.

RISE AND SHINE: Live travel news, weather and fun features

Good morning!

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The inquest was heard at Chesterfield coroners' court.

Derbyshire GP who blogged about her bipolar disorder committed suicide

A coroner has criticised a decision to suspend and investigate a GP - who would go on to kill herself - after she wrote an online diary about suffering from bipolar disorder.
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The first Harry Potter book came out 20 years ago today.

Harry Potter anniversary quiz: 20 questions to test your knowledge

Today marks the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, the first book in J.K. Rowling’s phenomenally successful series.
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Gulliver's Kingdom.

Gulliver’s Kingdom ‘working with the authorities’ over young woman’s head injury

Gulliver’s Kingdom have confirmed they are ‘working with the authorities’ over an investigation into a young woman’s head injury.

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Pregnant woman assaulted in Buxton

Derbyshire police are appealing for witnesses to a disturbance at a house in Buxton in which a pregnant woman was assaulted.

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Who is the best driver in your relationship?

DEBATE: Are men or women the better drivers?

It's the age old question - are men better drivers than women?

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Motorist gets unpaid work after driving pal’s car without a licence and insurance

A motorist who took someone else’s car without their permission and drove to Bradford without a licence or insurance has been given 100 hours of unpaid work.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Foul-mouthed drunk must pay £238 after abusing police officer

A foul-mouthed drunk has been ordered to pay £238 after he refused to go home and abused a police officer.

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Gulliver's Kingdom.

Mystery over young woman found with a head injury at Derbyshire theme park

Police are investigating after a young woman was found with a head injury at a popular Derbyshire theme park.

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Flagg nursery school ruby fayre.

Flagg Nursery School celebrates 40 years

Flagg Nursery School celebrated its 40th anniversary with a ruby fayre.

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Chesterfield magistrates' court.

Armed man confronted neighbour with baseball bat after dispute

A man who armed himself with a baseball bat when he confronted a neighbour during a dispute has been ordered to complete 140 hours of unpaid work.

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Pennine Light Sign

That’s the way to launch new beers!

Three new beers are to be launched on Friday, June 30, along the Pennine Way.

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A PDSA survey has found thousands of animals in the East Midlands don't get the vaccinations they need.

Thousands of pets in the East Midlands at risk of deadly diseases

Leading vet charity PDSA is warning that thousands of dogs, cats and rabbits in the East Midlands could be at serious risk of deadly diseases after a shocking decline in the number of owners vaccinating their pets.

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