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It has reduced the figure for the number of properties by almost half after its initial attempt five years ago was thrown out by councillors.
Victims of crime and anti-social behaviour are to be given a guarantee that they will be put first when dealing with the city council, police and other public agencies.
A GROUP dubbed the Road Angels are hoping to spread their wings to raise a heavenly total for a life-saving breast unit in Worcester.
BOSSES at a Black Country training charity say they are completely baffled as to why their star pupil can't find a job.
Buy this photo Author Chris Bradford visited Bromsgrove Preparatory School, speaking to pupils including Zac Ralph, 12, and Tristan Hall, 11.
A KIDDERMINSTER nurse who had a pair of seven-inch forceps left inside her after surgery has said she wants someone to take responsibility for the mistake.
That last beat ended at a packed St Mary's Church, Kington , where family and friends were waiting to say farewell.
Over the past few weeks we have been following the story of Derrick Such's family involvement in the brewing industry; Derrick worked on the drays at the Cape Hill Brewery in Smethwick, and his grandparents were pulling pints at M&B pubs in Oldbury around eighty years ago.
Emergency transport attendant Lisa O'Rourke demostrates to Gemma Burgwin, Nicola Burfitt and Mandy Chainey how to save lives at the recent open day.
Excited youngsters at St Peter's Catholic First School, in Rock Hill, welcomed Adrian Beckingham, better known as The Man from Story Mountain , last Wednesday, . Mr Beckingham has visited hundreds of school across the UK with his storytelling workshops, designed to bring characters to life.
Charlie Nelson, left, received a British Empire Medal at a County Hall ceremony.
CAMPAIGNERS who have fought a long battle against two applications for 765 homes and a 200 unit care facility in Droitwich celebrated after council planners unanimously rejected the proposals.
CAMPAIGNERS claim the Health Minister has supported putting the two options for the future of the Alexandra Hospital to the public but residents say they feel snubbed after he failed to stop to talk to them.
The sanctuary needs volunteers willing to rattle a collection tin in Redditch or Bromsgrove on Saturday, June 1 as part of its Flag Day, a fundraising event to help with the upkeep and welfare of the animals.
MAGGIE Thompson is attempting to complete the final piece in her cycling jigsaw this week by riding from Glasgow to John O'Groats. It's the third and final leg in her solo length of Britain epic which the 61-year-old is determined to complete.