Live Worcestershire News: Wednesday, April 9

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  • The latest news from Worcestershire and beyond as it happens on Wednesday, April 9.

4:27pm

A petition has been handed in calling calling for a 20mph speed limit in Battenhall.

But would you support one across the entire city? Vote in our poll below...

4:25pm

Tomorrow's Worcester News is taking shape but our friends at the Evesham Journal have their front page all done and dusted!

They're launching a brilliant new campaign to help continue boosting the town.

Read all your Evesham news here

Worcester News:

1:50pm

So, will this sunny weather continue into the weekend?

Click here to find out

12:04pm

Did you attend St Peter's School, Worcester, between 1946 and 1956?

If you were, this family wants to hear from you!

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Dixon family reunion at former St Peter's School by Worcester Porcelain Works on Severn Street on Monday............Barry, Susan, Bill, Gillian and James Dixon by the old school entrance (4495724)

10:16am

Don't forget, if you want to get in touch to tell us about a story, send us pictures, words, poems or letters, you can do it in one easy click - HERE!

10:09am

Click here to read Maria Miller's apology to readers of her local newspaper.

Worcester News: Maria Miller

9:01am

Stop what you're doing - here are some adorable pictures of young Prince George at a playgroup in New Zealand...

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8:42am

Car manufacturer Toyota is recalling more than 35,000 UK cars after it discovered faults that could deactivate airbags, cause seats to move while driving and break steering columns.

Click here for the full story and to see if you could be affected

Worcester News: An engineer working on the production line at the Toyota plant, Burnaston, near Derby.

8:07am

7:40am

BREAKING: Culture Secretary Maria Miller has resigned, Downing Street has said.

In a letter to Prime Minister David Cameron, Mrs Miller said the controversy over her expenses "has become a distraction from the vital work this government is doing".

Worcester News: Tories have voiced fears over the Prime Minister's backing for Culture Secretary Maria Miller

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