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WAIT IS OVER: South Bromsgrove High School pupils Alice Bowles, Rory Douglas, Matthew Workman, Matthew Anderson and Amber Thoma received their GCSE results today.
WITH face painting, mini pamper sessions and a mouth-watering barbecue, there will be fun for all the family at a Sanctuary Care home's summer fete.
Jean Gregory, 79, of Greenhill Oak, and Mavis Crumpton, 85, of Lea Bank Avenue, have spent a few quiet moments remembering Frank Preece over recent weeks following the centenary of the start of the bloody conflict.
Hugh Chapman, Katherine Wright, Daniel Evans, Sarah Taylor, Benjamin Coley, Emily Brush and Joseph Sandham celebrate at Prince Henry's High School.
CONFUSED market traders may be offered a temporary base in Worcester after all - just one day after they were told there was nowhere for them to go.
A REDDITCH carer has made a legal claim for sex discrimination after complaining a woman management member told her to "Cheer up and put a smile on her face."
A CANCER Research collection tin containing about A 60 was stolen from the booking hall at Great Malvern railway station.
A WOMAN was trapped in her vehicle for about an hour and 20 minutes following a two-car collision that saw both vehicles leave the road near Bewdley last night.
PEOPLETON Scout Group awarded its first Chief Scout Award to Kael Baker, a pupil at Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College in Worcester.
A British Member of Parliament told Newsweek on Wednesday that there are more than twice as many British Muslims fighting for the Islamic State group than in the nation's military.
NEW statistics have shown seven babies born in Worcester between 2004 and 2012 died as a result of 'cot death'.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage MEP issued a rallying call to borough voters ahead of tomorrow's police and crime commissioner election.
A WORCESTERSHIRE teenager who pressured a 13-year-old girl into having sex by threatening to kill himself has been spared an immediate spell in custody.
A LIPPY Halesowen beauty product entrepreneur who gave the BBC Dragon's Den a bit of cheek before being thrown off the show is laughing now after his sales have topped A 1 million a month.
ANGRY market traders in Worcester say their livelihood is being "killed off" after the council failed to find them a temporary home while their base is revamped.
The new improved 145 service, operated by igo and supported by Worcestershire County Council, is a combination of the existing routes 145 and 141, with only slight changes to the route in Cofton Hackett and Rubery areas.
Buy this photo CAMPAIGN: The annual service at Bromsgrove Burma Star Memorial, remembering those who served in the Burma campaign, was held on Saturday.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 01:31 am
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