Postcard From...Munich

The German car owner enjoys a life of rare privilege: not only are his autobahns free of speed limits, but his petrol stations are the only place outside bars and restaurants where it is possible to buy alcohol on a Sunday.

Dieter Roth Diaries, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh

To display the archival material collected by 20th century German artist Dieter Roth throughout his life, the Fruitmarket has transformed its upper floor into what appears to be the obsessively ordered library of an anally retentive architect.

Burton claim third round spot with victory over Leicester

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Countyfile: Derbyshire - Put your best foot forward in the Peak District

The curious custom of "well dressing" is on display today in Eyam, Holymoorside, Foolow and Wormhill (0845 833 0970; visitpeakdistrict.com/see-and-do; donations welcome). This ancient art of decorating springs and wells with fresh and dried natural materials, such as flowers, berries and leaves, is thought to date back to the Celts and takes place only in Derbyshire and around its borders. Decorations are displayed until the first week of September.

Barack Obama enjoying a beer with locals in Iowa earlier this month

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Barack Obama is known to enjoy a "brewksi" and his aides and thirsty journalists have been lucky enough to share a pitcher of his White House homebrew on the presidential campaign bus.

Rise in beer sales cheers Adnams

Adnams, the Southwold-based beer and pub firm, posted sales of £25.75m, a rise of 5.1 per cent, in the six months to June.

Diageo sales to top £10bn

Guinness stout-to-Veuve Clicquot champagne producer Diageo will announce that revenue has broken the £10bn mark in its annual results this week.

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Qataris buy 20% stake in BAA 

Shine a light: Prague Castle illuminated at night

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<p><b>Foo Fighters</b>: Nominated for international group.</p>
<p>Former-Nirvana-drummer-turned-legendary-rock-n-roll-frontman Dave Grohl and co released their seventh studio album <i>Wasting Light</i> in April last year. The 11 Grammy Award-winning band walked away with five out of six awards they were nominated for this year, only losing out to fellow Brit nominee Adele in the album of the year category.</p>

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Double Olympic champion cyclists Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are an item, she confirmed today.

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