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  1. Gemma Newton owned her first business at the age of 19 Photo: Mark BowenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Ludlow Advertiser

    A CLEOBURY Mortimer hairdresser is proving age is no barrier to setting out on your own in the world of business. Now at the age of 20 she is encouraging would-be young entrepreneurs to follow their dreams after taking over Edna Maes in Talbot Square.

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  2. DROITWICH History and Archaeology Society is hosting an illustrated...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Droitwich Advertiser

    DROITWICH History and Archaeology Society is hosting an illustrated talk on Wednesday, May 6 on the subject of Kidderminster Railway Museum.The museum, which was first opened in 1990, is housed in a restored 19th century grain store, originally built by t

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  3. Family fun on offer at Himley HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    THERE is plenty to do on water and dry land at Himley Hall this month with a packed spring programme of family fun. The iconic hall will be hosting a range of activities including a classic car show, sailing lessons and a boat race.

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  4. Wyre Forest pharmacy opening hours over May Bank HolidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    Patients can save time in the waiting room by visiting their pharmacist for quick, confidential advice on a range of common illnesses. Pharmacists are highly trained experts and fully qualified to give health advice on a range of health issues including coughs, trouble breathing, colds and sore throat.

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  5. Watch the moment dog breeder who claimed A 17,000 in benefits...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Mirror.co.uk

    She was found guilty of swindling the taxpayer out of the cash in disability benefits after the jaw-dropping footage emerged This is the outrageous moment a benefits cheat who claimed A 17,000 because she 'found it difficult to walk' is filmed RUNNING around with one of her prized dogs at a show. Susan Malpas was landed in trouble after investigators unearthed the footage of her running around continuously in a care-free manner, as well as social media updates in which she showcased how she was physically active.

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  6. Ledbury's on the map for morris dancingRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Hereford Times

    LEDBURY was the Midlands capital of morris dancing last Sunday, as the town played host to ten morris "sides" for a day of stick-clacking and jingling, watched by hundreds. The local morris "side", the Silurian Border Morris Men, organised the so-called "Black Meet", and the event was so successful, already plans are being laid for Ledbury to host the meet again, in 2017.

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  7. Runaway car rolled off neighbour's driveway and smashed through pensioner's conservatoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Daily Mail

    That's one way of opening up the conservatory! Runaway Nissan Almera rolled backward off neighbour's driveway and smashed through glass just minutes after pensioner went inside to watch EastEnders Recovery firm took two hours to remove the runaway car which was leaking petrol in the aftermath of the crash An pensioner had a lucky escape last night when a runaway car smashed through her garden fence and crashed into the conservatory. Vera Lampart had gone inside to watch EastEnders when a Nissan Almera apparently rolled off her neighbour's driveway and sped over a garden pond before embedding itself in the back of the house.

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  8. MEMORIAL: Morgan Advanced Materials employees Paul Hayes, Graham...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Tewkesburyadmag.co.uk

    MEMORIAL: Morgan Advanced Materials employees Paul Hayes, Graham Pulford, Darryl Burford, Eva Connolly, Kerry Holt, Sally Berlyn, Paul Manison Annabelle Hughes, Bob Oscroft, Hedviga Poole and Richard Cartwright at the war memorial. A WAR memorial commemorating the loss during the Second World War of six servicemen employed at the business now owned by Morgan Advanced Materials in Stourport-on-Severn has been officially re-dedicated.

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  9. Town Pubwatch scheme relaunchRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Border Counties Advertizer

    OSWESTRY'S Pubwatch is set to relaunch this week with new and improved technology to help cut down on town centre drink-related disturbances. The previously successful initiative saw town centre licensees link up with one another, CCTV operators and West Mercia Police to clamp down on unruly drinkers causing disruption in Oswestry.

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  10. Your morning news round up from around the Black Country and North WorcestershireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Bromsgrove Advertiser

    A man from Cambridgeshire has been arrested on suspicion of indecent assault and grievous bodily harm on pupils at a boy's school in Hartlebury. The offences were allegedly carried out when the man worked at St Gilbert's Catholic School, in Hartlebury, during the 1960s and 1970s.

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  11. Wolverhampton group tracks down war dairies of New Zealanders who trained on Cannock ChaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Black Country Bugle

    Lt Col Mike Beale pictured with Colour Sergeant Hodges and Richard Kay, of the New Zealand High Commission, with Watchman V Piper with Watchman V lead more than 70 Royal British Legion standard bearers into Cannock Chase CWGC Cemetery as part of the centenary ANZAC ceremony ACROSS the world, the finishing touches were being made this week to commemorate the centenary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli in Turkey during the Great War. The ANZACs , along with British and French troops, went to Gallipoli on April 25, 1915, but failed to succeed in the ill-fated attempt to knock Turkey out of the war.

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  12. Full steam ahead for Peppa Pig at fun weekendRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Malvern Gazette

    THE CHILDREN'S favourite characters Peppa Pig and Daddy Pig are the stars of the show at a Severn Valley Railway Family Fun Weekend. Peppa Pig and Daddy Pig will appear at intervals on May 9 and 10 at The Engine House Visitor Centre at Highley.

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  13. Wednesday morning's traffic and travel newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 29 | Dudleynews.co.uk

    So, if you're looking for a stress free journey and want to avoid the rush hour hot-spots - why not use our traffic update? A quick glance around the Black Country and North Worcestershire suggests the roads are looking okay in general, apart from where there are ongoing road works. Some to look out for are: There is heavy traffic on the A461 Dudley Port in Dudley Port at the A457 Sedgley Road East traffic lights junction.

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  14. Hands of time turning once again for Newport clockRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | South Wales Argus

    TIME IS TICKING: Rupert Joseland, regional director for St. Modwen with councillor Ken Critchley at the clock's new home. THE hands of Newport's giant mechanical clock are turning once again as it was officially 'opened' by the housing developers who saved it.

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  15. Live: Wednesday's news, travel, sport and weather for Birmingham and the West MidlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | IcLichfield

    Welcome to the Birmingham Mail's breaking news service covering Birmingham and the West Midlands. We'll be making sure that you are the first to know what's happening across our region.

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  16. Council tax: Solihull residents three times more likely than...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | IcTamworth

    A total of 130 Brummie householders managed to get their council tax bill reduced last year - simply by asking for a review. But Wolverhampton proved the hardest authority to convince in the West Midlands with just 100 reductions out of 1,020 applications.

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  17. Katie Lambert came very close to setting a new national record.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Kidderminster Shuttle

    ATHLETICS: Kidderminster and Stourport AC held their annual Open competition last Sunday with hundreds of athletes from across the Midlands defying the gale force winds to compete in a wide range of events. The Open has become a popular event on the annual athletics calendar with many athletes using it to kick off their season.

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  18. Don Cossack: Fancied to add to his Aintree successRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Sporting Life

    ASCOT : 2.25 Gifted Master, 3.00 Hassah, 3.30 Forever Now, 4.05 HAWKESBURY , 4.35 Infantry, 5.10 Saigon City. CHELTENHAM : 4.50 Noble Ben, 5.25 Legal Legend, 5.55 Harbour Court, 6.30 Quinz, 7.05 Miss Gotaway, 7.40 Connies Cross, 8.15 Gauvain.

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  19. David Cameron promises tax cuts in blunt message to voters in Midlands visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | IcWolverhampton

    David Cameron is to issue a blunt appeal to voters with eight days to go until polling day - by promising a series of tax cuts. And he will attempt to see off Labour claims that Tories are secretly planning to raise VAT by announcing that a Conservative government will actually pass legislation banning a VAT rise from 2015 to 2020.

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  20. Halesowen workhouse, given to the parish for the accommodation of the poorRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 28 | Black Country Bugle

    Many hundreds of people in the past sought refuge in local workhouses for a multitude of reasons, but mainly because they had nowhere else to go for help. As they entered the prison-like portals of these dark, satanic buildings, they realised they were at the end of their tether, destitute, deprived and were duly labelled the poorest of the poor.

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