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1 hr ago | Malvern Gazette
He was speaking at the official opening of the station yesterday following the completion of a A 785,000 project to upgrade the entrances and ticket office areas.
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5 hrs ago | Dewsbury Today
Not all of the Spen Valley's early entrepreneurs were natives of Cleckheaton, Gomersal, Heckmondwike or Liversedge - many outsiders were attracted to "Spenlandia" by the location, natural resources and skilled workforce of the four townships.
10 hrs ago | Redditch Standard
Terrence Kenneth Cox, of Fulbrook Close, appeared at Redditch Magistrates' Court on Tuesday to face charges including making 3,693 indecent level one photographs of a child between May 27, 2011 and September 29, 2012.
10 hrs ago | Redditch Standard
A CONCERNED councillor was blocked from speaking about a site where nearly 50 people have threatened to commit suicide at a health meeting.
THREE men have been charged with conspiracy to steal A 93,000 in connection with an attack on a cash machine in Staffordshire.
A VILLAGE could soon get its own flood defences after last month's devastating deluge swamped the village in raw sewage.
HEARTFELT tributes have today been paid to Tony Benn across Worcestershire - with leading county figures describing him as "one of the last great politicians of his generation" after his death aged 88. Mr Benn, one of the most revered figures in British political history, first became an MP in November 1950 and served in the Labour cabinet under ... (more)
THE decision to push back the deadline for responses to a public consultation into a major overhaul of urgent care services in Worcestershire has been welcomed by health leaders in the county.
FOLLOWING a recent article in the Advertiser about the donation of a gypsy caravan to Worcestershire County Museum, the artist who helped restore it to its former glory has been telling us about his unique talents.
One man, aged 36, teaches at Kings Heath Boys' College, while the other, aged 45, is a city youth worker.
Winners of the best bench of student magistrates - April Maxwell, Charis Webb and Lewis Houlston from Christopher Whitehead Language College.
RESIDENTS in a Worcester road say they fear the worst over a controversial bid for 200 new homes - warning their street will become a "rat run" for drivers.
PEOPLE with real fires or wood burning stoves are being reminded to take steps to stay safe after the fire service tackled four incidents in a single day.
A KEY watchdog has asked for greater clarity over Worcester City Council's finances - firing a warning over "back of the fag packet" claims.
PLANS which could make it legal for terminally-ill adults with less than six months to live to choose to kill themselves have taken a step closer to completion.
A MAJOR rail operator was forced to cancel two trains after their staff were left stranded by a broken down taxi.
"LIFE'S full of questions, isn't it, Batman? Though, naturally, I prefer to think of them as riddles."