DOGGY chic is all the rage for an animal trust in Worcester.
PLANS to build a new housing estate which could change the face of a riverside town have been deferred by councillors
A CITY councillor has urged people to do their bit in keeping Worcester tidy.
THE Berrow’s Worcester Journal is certainly the oldest newspaper in the world – and now it’s one of the best connected, too.
A BATTLING innings of 74 from veteran Paul Nixon was not enough to prevent Worcestershire taking command of their LV= County Championship Division Two game against Leicestershire at Grace Road.
A BULGING bag of goodies will be given to the 10 finalists of Miss Worcester 2010.
THE children smile self-consciously at the camera. A couple of them have paper hats set at jaunty angles on their heads. Others are distracted. For them, this photograph was probably a tedious halt in the celebrations of the day.
SATURDAY BIRMINGHAM & DISTRICT LEAGUE FIRST XI Premier Division: Himley v Walmley; Knowle & Dorridge v Barnt Green; Smethwick v Shrewsbury; Walsall v Kidderminster Victoria; Wellington v
Kenilworth Wardens; Wolverhampton v Moseley.
THE family of a Worcester lorry driver killed in an horrific accident at work have organised a charity golf tournament in his memory.
WORCESTERSHIRE driver Tim Matthews returns to fully competitive racing this season after three years in the wilderness.
SATURDAY WORCESTER AND DISTRICT LEAGUE Powick FC v Northway; University of Worcester v Hallow WMC.
HOSPITAL chiefs have developed an action plan if the swine flu pandemic returns after learning lessons from the outbreak.
So, with all this talk of balanced and hung parliaments, we thought we'd put together a duffer's guide to explain what COULD happen tomorrow.
WITH spring well and truly here, a charity shop is offering people the chance to sponsor a flower.
THE Worcester office of estate agents Knight Frank has invested in two experienced negotiators to help with its expanding business.
MORE than 100 clients and professional contacts of Worcestershire law firm Harrison Clark attended a spring business lunch at Worcester Cathedral
THE Mayor of Worcester helped to open a new adventure playground for children at a city school.
THE Green Party is hoping to win its first ever seat on Worcester City Council.
A FORMER deputy Prime Minister for the Conservatives has admitted both his party and Labour probably regret taking part in the live televised leaders’ debates.
EXCHANGE students from France worked hard in Worcester to improve their English.
A mother and daughter who both decided to have double mastectomies are backing our campaign for a Worcester breast cancer unit
THE Mayor of
Worcester helped to
open a new adventure
playground for children at a
A CANDIDATE standing in Worcester is calling on the Royal Mail to carry out a review after she was left with thousands of surplus leaflets.
A DRIVER has fled the scene after crashing with another car on the A449 this morning.
A WORCESTER man who failed to turn up at court is wanted by police.
A DRIVER has criticised council pothole repairs after one was filled and re-filled five times in a month.
NHS dental patients in Worcestershire have paid out more than £1 million in unnecessary fees, according to new figures.
JOBS among non-rugby staff at Worcester Warriors are under threat as the club counts the cost of relegation from the Guinness Premiership.
WORCESTERSHIRE & Herefordshire booked their place in this season’s RLF North Midlands Rugby Championship with a 20-15 win over defending champions Shropshire at Droitwich.
SIR – I would like to say how fantastic I think the mural on the side of United Footwear is, and a huge congratulations to pupils from the Tudor Grange Academy along with David Brown and Matt Reeves, the graffiti artists who helped them with the…
SIR – As from May 4 the RSPCA will no longer take into their care pets belonging to people who are taken into hospital, evicted from their homes, unwanted or found as strays.
SIR – I read the article about a martial arts instructor in Worcester City Council’s Lyppard Grange Community Centre selling Charles Bronson’s merchandise.
NEW hi-tech security alarms are being fitted to televisions following two raids on sheltered housing complexes in Worcester.
SCUM. That is the most appropriate word to describe thieves who are targeting sheltered housing complexes in Worcester.
SIR – I appreciated James Connell’s article on Parkinson’s disease.
SIR – On Friday, April 30, I watched an astounding item on BBC 1 News about thousands of new houses just outside Dublin on a beautiful greenfield site that have remained unsold and empty for years since the day they were built.
OUR dramatic picture shows armed police in action in Worcester after they swooped on a truck with three men inside.
WHILE Britain was celebrating the end of war in Europe, one city airman’s war dragged on for another 18 months.
A 20-year-old man acquitted of two arson charges will not have to face a second jury trial.
A team race with a difference across the Malvern Hills is being organised to raise money for charity.
THE death of a Worcester man whose body was found in a brook is no longer being treated as suspicious, say police.
A NEW £11 million leisure centre was formally unveiled with a school tournament.
MATERNITY services in Worcestershire hospitals have impressed independent assessors.
SMITH Rosemary Cherished memories of my sister. Always in my thoughts. Forever in my heart. With love from Julie xx
HANDY Henry 'Vivian' Elsie Ann, Karen, Graham and Kim would like to express their sincere thanks to Relatives, Friends and Neighbours for the cards and messages of sympathy recieved during their
sad loss. Thank you to all who attended the Funeral,…
HARPER Dolly Pat and Bob would like to thank Family, Friends and Neighbours for floral tributes, cards and attending Aunty Doll's funeral. Special thanks to Margaret, a dear friend and Morton
House, for the loving care they gave her. Also to Ruth…