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Archive - Thursday, 1 January 1970

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On this day:

  • Kevin Paul Yeomans

    YEOMANS Kevin Paul We can't believe a year has gone, Since the time that you passed on. We love and miss you still as much, Although our lives have carried on. You left a great big Kevin-shaped hole behind, But our memories of you still help us along we find. You are always in our thoughts and minds. Goodnight God bless Carole, Steve, Alina, Vicki, Paul, Joshua, Amelia and Oliver. xxx read more

  • Pupil hurt in 'nasty' fight with schoolmate

    NUNNERY Wood High School is working closely with police after a “nasty” fight between two pupils. read more

  • JOHN O'SHEA

    O'SHEA John Walter Ten years today. A special dad and grandad. Today, tomorrow, our whole lives through, We will always love and remember you. Debra, Steven, Nichola, Googie, Christopher and all your Grandchildren and Doreen. Good night, God bless. xx read more

  • richard hassell

    HASSELL Richard Taken away from us suddenly on December 21st, 2011, aged 46 years. Very special husband of Sheila and a much loved father, brother and son. He will be greatly missed by all his Family and many Friends. Funeral Service at Kempsey Church on Thursday, January 5th, 2012 at 11.45 a.m., followed by a private Family Committal Service at Worcester Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations, for The Air Ambulance c/o Bedwardine Funeral Services, 1 St Johns Worcester. WR2 5AE. 01905 748811 read more

  • Plenty of room: Asda store handed over Worcester News: SPACE: The new Asda store has been handed over for fitting

    THE construction of a new supermarket in Worcester that will create more than 350 jobs has been completed. read more

  • JOCK EARL

    EARL Jock Passed away suddenly at home on October 12th, 2011. Dearly loved husband of Georgie and father of Julius, Fiona and Justin. Father in law to Matt and grandad of Daisy, Lily, Olivia, Alex and Tom. Funeral Service at Worcester Crematorium on Tuesday, October 25th at 2 p.m. Family flowers only, however donations for the British Heart Foundation may be left in the donations box at the Crematorium or sent to A V Band Funeral Directors, 41 St Nicholas Steet, Worcester, WR1 1UW. read more

  • Reform plan ‘could be the end of NHS’

    A FORMER MP is disheartened by a decision to open hospital doors to the private sector which he says could mean the beginning of the end of the NHS as we know it. read more

  • Dorothy Anne (Dot) TIPPIN

    TIPPIN (nee Perkins) Dorothy Anne (Dot) Passed away suddenly on Friday, July 8th, 2011, aged 60 years. Beloved mother of Ben, a dear sister, auntie, great auntie and a dear friend to many. Always in our hearts. Private Committal followed by a Thanksgiving Service at St Peters Church, Martley on Monday, July 25th, 2011 at 12.30 p.m. All welcome. Family flowers only, donations, if desired for Mind may be left on the collection plate or sent to A.V. Band. read more

  • Our trucks are not too large for country lanes

    THE boss of a haulage firm at the centre of a planning row says he has “jumped through every hoop” to satisfy people objecting to his trucks. read more

  • GLEN RUSSELL BARKER

    BARKER Glen Russell Passed away two years today. Loved and remembered always. xxx read more

  • Woman's body found

    THE body of a woman has been found at a Worcester retail park. read more

  • JOHN O'SHEA

    O'SHEA John Walter Nine years today. A special dad and grandad. Today, tomorrow, our whole lives through, We will always love and remember you. Debra, Steven, Nichola, Googie, Christopher and all your Grandchildren and Doreen. Good night, God bless. xx read more

  • Landlords wanted to run 15 county pubs

    THE search is on for 15 landlords to take on local pubs in Worcestershire. read more

  • Army days didn’t do any harm to us boys Worcester News: Army days didn’t do any harm to us boys

    THE young pupil peered nervously around the door of the school cadet corps stores. “What do you want, boy?” the Quartermaster bellowed. read more

  • Pub is still trading despite complaints Worcester News: POET LAUREATE: Carol Ann Duffy at the Lamb and Flag.

    A WORCESTER pub will continue trading despite formal complaints from a neighbour who said the noise from its beer garden is making his life a misery. read more

  • Father killed daughter in "nightmare" car accident

    AN EIGHTEEN-month-old girl died after being run over by her father on the driveway of their Herefordshire home, an inquest heard. read more

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