LiveLive News: Tuesday, April 29

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Next week, National Pet Month draws to a close.

Throughout the event, organisers have been asking people to post pictures of their beloved pets and to tell how they make them smile and have a positive impact on their life.

Tomorrow, we want to feature some Worcestershire pets - so let us know how your pet cheers you up when you're down, helps out around the house, or simply makes you laugh.

Or you can simply send us a picture of your pet and tell us why they are so special.

You can tweet us @worcesternews, Facebook us via, or click here to send us an email.

We will use the best of your stories in tomorrow's Worcester News so don't forget to send us your pictures and let us know your name, as wel as the pet's, and where you're from!


The weather has been somewhat mixed today, with the fog this morning and now some brief glimpses of sunshine.

Click here to find out the forecast for the rest of the week


So, Google's self-driving cars are not far from hitting our streets, according to the internet giant, which already has prototype vehicles in operation.

Is this a good idea? Or has technology gone too far?

Click here to read the full story

Worcester News: Google co-founder Sergey Brin with a driverless car in Mountain View, California

Google co-founder, Sergey Brin, with a driverless car in Mountain View, California. But are they a good idea?


Our man Steve Carley has written a column about the pressure being faced by snooker player Neil Robertson as he attempts to hit 100 centuries in a season...

Click here to read Steve's thoughts

Worcester News: Neil Robertson is closing in on a century of centuries this season


The HS2 plan has been granted a second reading in the Houses of Commons, which will please at least two county MPs.

Read what they think about the scheme here


Good morning.

There are problems with traffic lights amid the roadworks on The Tything, which are apparently stuck on red.

Let us know if you've seen any problems, either tweet us @worcesternews, or email

It works in Holland apparently, where they don't have traffic lights...

Click here for live traffic and travel news

Worcester News: Best solution to join roads


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