THE hate crime lead officer for Warwickshire Police and West Mercia Police will be hosting a web chat for people to find out more about the offence.
A dog thrown over the fence of an animal rescue centre near Malvern is now on the look out for a new home after overcoming its horrible ordeal.
A YOUTH charity's annual general meeting celebrated the positive role young people can play in improving society.
Dean Ryan is leading the calls for Stuart Lancaster’s reign as England head coach to come to an end.
THE hunt is now on to find Miss Worcestershire 2016 who will represent the county at the national finals of Miss England.
TROTSHILL Community Orchard Volunteer Day will be taking place on Saturday, October 17 from 10am to 1pm.
A DISCO in Worcester featuring 70s and 80s music will raise money for the building fund of Holy Trinity and St Matthew's Church in Ronkswood.
A COMMUNITY lunch will be held at Chelmsford Court in Ronkswood, Worcester, on Thursday, October 22, at 12.30pm.
PEOPLE can turn their apples into juice at Cripplegate Park, St John's, on Saturday from 11am to 3pm.
A NEW shop shook up the city centre with its grand opening on Saturday.
A "UNIQUE" writing experiment documenting 24 hours in Worcester and The Hive will take place this weekend.
A KEY forum designed to help tackle congestion in Worcester has not met in more than six months - leading to claims it's been shelved.
A FOODBANK that has seen a “huge increase” in demand over recent months has been handed a much-needed boost.
WORCESTER Music Festival is in the running for Best Metropolitan Festival in the UK Festival Awards.
City’s official Twitter account has confirmed the return of Thomas, who left the club in March to take up a coaching job in the USA with New York Red Bulls.
IT WAS an early start for supporters of a toddler hoping to fundraise for a life-changing operation as they took their campaign to the car boot.
MORE than 200 women a week will benefit from a new breast imaging unit in Worcestershire, which is set to open later this month.
TECHNOLOGY which allows businesses to share images and information about criminals online is set to be rolled out across South Worcestershire.
THE chairman of the organisation providing the majority of community nursing, therapy and mental health services in Worcestershire has had his tenure extended by a further two years.
STORAGE products group Storax has announced a major expansion of its Worcestershire operation.
DROITWICH’S popular Lido Park is being used by web giant JustGiving as a best practice case study of community fundraising.
POLICE are continuing to investigate a mass brawl on a train travelling between Droitwich and Worcester in which around 30 football fans used belts as weapons against each other.
CHANCELLOR George Osborne has announced the biggest council funding shake-up for a generation - with Worcestershire expected to be one of the big winners in a £26 billion pound overhaul.
ELDERLY farmers need to get their tax affairs in shape following a renewed drive by the taxman to clamp down on agricultural property relief on land and farm buildings, a property tax expert has warned.
FINANCIAL woes in Worcestershire’s health sector have continued to deepen, with the organisation running the county’s three major hospitals now warning it could end the current financial year £57.7 million in the red.
ASPIRING teachers and those already working in schools as assistants are being invited to find out more about an assessment-only route into the profession.
A GALA dinner held in aid of a charity set up to honour the memories of two of Worcestershire’s best known cricketers - father and son duo Basil and Damian D’Oliveira - has been hailed a “tremendous success”.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched encouraging people to take extra care at level crossings, four months since two people died after being hit by trains in Worcestershire on the same day.
TRACTORS big and small revved up the harvest celebrations at Worcester Cathedral last weekend.
PEOPLE in Worcester are being encouraged to consider adopting children in sibling groups.
AN alleged conman from Worcester has admitted to a jury that he lied to women he met on internet dating websites "to get them into bed" but not to get money.
A car being driven by a 15 year-old in Worcester was seized in the city.
A DECISION on whether Worcester makes a bid to become the UK's City of Culture could be made this month, it has emerged.
TILLY, aged 8 and Bella, 5, are tortie and white females who need to be rehomed together.
MALVERN Hills Badminton Club’s Barbara Gibson returned from Helsingborg, Sweden, with two World Senior Championships medals.
EXTRA police patrols and posters warning burglars to beware have gone up in Northwick following a spate of break-ins.
ONE of Worcestershire County Council's most senior Conservatives is vying to become the region's next police and crime commissioner, it has emerged.
OVER the last two weeks Healthwatch Worcestershire has been out and about listening to local people. Parents of young children at Wacky Wednesday at the Hive in Worcester told us about their experiences of using and accessing health and social care…
MY friends have told me they find it hard to understand how I can work at a place like Acorns Children’s Hospice.
STOPTOBER is the 28-day stop smoking challenge from Public Health England, which works on the knowledge that if you can quit for 28 days, you are five times more likely to be able to stop for good. For the last three years smokers across the country…
TRIBUTES have been paid to a former chairman of Malvern Hills District Council who died suddenly last week.
IDENTIFYING when not to treat is one of the most important skills any medical professional can learn. This is particularly the case for primary care practitioners such as chiropractors and GPs, who can see any patient that makes an appointment for…
IT WAS great to have a chat with Jean last week. She was taking medication for indigestion regularly last year, and her husband Bill was having trouble keeping up with their grandkids when they went to the park for football. She and I were discussing…
MALVERN’S Lottie Trevethan secured a silver medal at the British Modern Tetrathlon Championships.
TO get the most out of your cycling and improve your cycling skills and knowledge its often best to join a local club. The Worcester and Malvern CTC is the largest locally. It has 400 members in the area and organises Saturday rides of 40-60miles,…
LAST week brought changes to the financial limits relating to personal insolvency.
THE steadily-improving economy is helping Worcester City Council's coffers - with its budget forecast to end the year a hefty £222,000 in the black.
AN emotional ceremony with a wreath laying and sounding of the Last Post will mark the end of a charity walk across part of the Western Frontline.
NINETEEN Malvern Joggers’ members tackled the popular Upton Bishop Big Dipper.
POLICE have released CCTV images of a robbery at a shop in Catshill, near Bromsgrove in which three men threatened members of staff and forced them to hand over cash.