STUDENTS at a Worcester sixth form college will soon have a new route to enter medical professions.
ART and design students have created a life-sized sculpture made from tubular steel.
A STUDENT who helps mentor other students has been presented with a volunteering award.
UNION officials have hit out at a housing association's plan to cut the amount of annual leave for maintenance staff.
A SIXTH former from Malvern has organised a gruelling 12-hour non-stop running event to raise money for a local charity.
DIRTY Freshmen won the Worcester Friendly Skittles League’s Doris Styles Cup final.
A BOOK of poems about kindness will be launched at a Pershore school event dedicated to the memory of a former pupil.
WORCESTER will host the start of the final stage of this year's Tour of Britain cycling extravaganza in a major coup for the city.
WORCESTERSHIRE businesses have been showing their support for the Crowle 10k road race being held this May.
PUPILS at a Worcester school have won an inclusive basketball tournament for the fifth year running.
GANESH Pillai regained the Worcester Badminton League Division One crown in the seventh season of the competition.
A NEW fitness facility has opened in Worcester hoping to take away the fear factor for a new gym member.
A father and son duo have sealed a deal with Worcester Warriors to hold their third weekly car boot event.
MALVERN Town Council has taken down a picture of a disgraced former mayor after his conviction for possessing child pornography.
A NEW service tasked with linking charitable organisations with potential volunteers has been launched in the city.
GARY Gold has signed a new deal to become Worcester Warriors’ permanent director of rugby.
THE University of Worcester Arena hosts the National Youth Sport Direct Inclusive Zone Basketball finals tomorrow involving nine qualifying teams.
A FATHER has slammed the "miserable thief" who stole a handmade door decoration celebrating the birth of his daughter.
BLINK and you may have missed it - but our pictures show snow falling on Worcester today.
IT was standing room only at Fladbury Village Hall where a proposal to build a crematorium was discussed.
CHAIRMAN Anthony Hampson praised caretaker manager John Snape and his players for “putting the pride back” into Worcester City.
EVESHAM United boss Paul Collicutt urged as many fans as possible to go to Salisbury tomorrow night to support them in the Southern League Division One South and West play-off semi-finals (7.45pm).
THERE are just a few weeks to go until the 2017 charity version of Strictly Worcestershire.
ALMOST £1 million has been awarded to Worcestershire's hospitals to try and ease A&E problems this winter.
A SCHOOL for children with special needs in Worcester is set to expand.
SAVANNAH is a three-year-old black female with her bags packed ready for a new home.
DROITWICH Aegon men’s C team kicked off their Division Four summer tennis campaign with a 5-1 home victory over Worcester C.
POLICE are investigating a robbery which happened outside a city supermarket in the early hours of the morning.
LABOUR'S last Worcester parliamentary candidate can today be revealed as the party's June 8 General Election hopeful - after she changed her mind.
PLANS for a new Aldi store will be shown off to the public at an exhibition.
A MAN has admitted threatening a police officer with a knife in a Worcester street.
SEVERN Stars caused a major upset in the Vitality Netball Superleague by beating reigning champions Surrey Storm 66-62.
EVESHAM United completed their Evo-Stik Southern League Division One South and West fixtures on a positive note after a dominant 4-2 victory over AFC Totton at the Testwood Stadium.
SCORES of runners from across Worcestershire were among the thousands who gathered at the starting line of the London Marathon.
JOE Doyle’s hard work and determination finally paid dividends as the Droitwich boxer was crowned England’s number one by lifting the National Junior Championships title.
THE new season got off to a disappointing start for Droitwich Spa Cricket Club with a crushing eight-wicket defeat at the hands of Worcester.
MOEEN Ali has been named in England's 15-man squad for the ICC Champions Trophy in England and Wales during the first half of June.
WORCESTERSHIRE have given their backing to the England and Wales Cricket Board's proposed changes to their constitution in relation to the new city-based T20 competition scheduled to get under way in 2020.
TICKETS for this year's Malvern Munch food walk on the late spring bank holiday weekend are going fast, organisers have warned.
A CRUCIAL independent report to Government ministers about Worcestershire's failing children's services will be ready on June 8 - the same day as the General Election.
Fracked!/Malvern Theatres NOT even the most self-righteous among us would find this comfortable viewing, even though the inherent heaviness of the subject is lightened by a gag-riddled script.
AS the early May Bank Holiday approaches, the NHS is reminding residents they can access medical treatment over the break.
HERE'S a round-up of this morning's top information.
IT could take up to two years to rebuild a Worcester warehouse gutted in a devastating blaze.
The former South Africa assistant boss has warned his players not to let their good work go to waste at Newcastle on Friday night.
WISE June Valerie Passed away peacefully at St Richard's Hospice on April 7th, 2017, aged 76 years. Loving wife of the late Phil. Beloved mom of Philip, Adrian and Jonathan. A doting nanny to her six Grandchildren. She will be sadly missed. Funeral…
KENDALL (nee Crump) Beryl May Passed away peacefully on April 8th, aged 97 years. Beloved mum of Gill, Lynda and son in law Tony. Will be loved and missed by all of her large Family. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Tuesday, May 2nd at 11.30…
HARRISON Donald Time stood still one year ago today. We miss his smile, His cheery way, We miss the things he used to say, And when old times we oft recall, It's then we miss him most of all. Love always Wife Jean, Lesley, Jackie, Garry, Archie,…
HUGHES Gerald In memory of a loving husband, dad and grandad, who passed away nine years ago, April 25th, 2008. Never forgotten by all the Family.