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Worcester train station worker has nose bitten during vicious attack on platform

Worcester train station worker's nose bitten during vicious attack on platform

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Taxis parked at Bromsgrove Railway Station in protest over removal of taxi rank.

UPDATE: Protest ends at Bromsgrove Railway Station

The taxi rank at the station was cordoned off by developers yesterday with no notice.

Taxis protest at Bromsgrove Railway Station

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(Left to Right): Henry Johnson – People’s Trust for Endangered Species, Rory Stewart OBE MP – Under Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Agriculture, Liz Truss MP - Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Agriculture, Oliver Colvile - MP fo

Ludlow hedgehog chief at London summit

Murdered: Tanveer Iqbal

Oldbury woman in court charged with murder of record shop owner

Plans to build 316 homes on Norton Farm land have been approved.

Controversial plans to build 316 Bromsgrove homes go ahead

IN PICTURES: Do you remember these 23 lost pubs in Worcester

IN PICTURES: Do you remember these 23 lost pubs in Worcester

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Pitchcroft car park. Picture by Dave Throup

Drivers warned to move their cars as floodwater seeps on to Pitchcroft Car Park

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The Windmill at Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings in Bromsgrove

Windmill awakens to delight of Avoncroft visitors

A man had died after collapsing at Costcutter in Droitwich on Tuesday morning

Man dies after collapsing at Costcutter in Droitwich

Motorists were advised to remove their cars from the rapidly rising flood water in Pitchcroft Car Park, Worcester (Picture by Jonathan Barry)

Flood warnings issued for Worcester as the River Severn continues to rise

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A flying drone.

First week on trial: Flying drones help police search for crash victims and suspects

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Manhole cover causes partial road closure in Worcester city centre

Manhole cover causes partial road closure in Worcester city centre

Pupils from St Joesph's Catholic Primary have learn about Chinese New Year (55616195)

Dancing and dragons bring Chinese New Year to life at St Joseph's Catholic Primary

Parents and carers reminded to keep an eye on youngsters with asthma during half term

Stanley Harrison, Esme and Imogen Evans, Sam Woodall, Olivia Bird, Lexi Humphries and Archie Walton (55614136)

Learning how to be safe online at Grimley and Holt CE Primary

Judge Jules will be performing at Tramps Nightclub, Angel Place  (55579614)

DJ Judge Jules will appear at Tramps nightclub

A family craft event organised by Artrix, Bromsgrove.

Artrix charity nominated by Asda customers to receive cheque

Whats on (54838729)

Advertiser Diary for the week beginning February 11, 2016

TRADE WASTE: Some bags left out in Worcester city centre.

Blitz on trade waste in Worcester city centre moves closer as acting leader calls crackdown "well overdue"

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Murdered: Tanveer Iqbal.

Oldbury woman denies murdering Birmingham music shop owner

REGISTER: Worcestershire residents are encouraged to register as potential blood stem cell donors this Valentine's Day.

Cancer charity encourages Worcestershire residents to register as stem cell donor's this Valentine's Day

Ross-on-Wye. (55532751)

Preferred bidder chosen for next stage of town's plan

Staff from Phoenix Group in Wythall.

Wythall company raises for more than £5,000 for charity

Derek Francis.

Funeral date is set for well-known businessman

Nadiya Hussain is set to host a masterclass at the Droitwich Spa Food and Drink Festival this year (55592676)

The Great British Bake Off's Nadiya Hussain to teach masterclass at Droitwich Spa Food and Drink Festival

OASIS ACADEMY WARNDON: Keira Walker and teacher Howard Williams

Mad scientist brings science alive at Oasis Academy Warndon

Gloucester Crown Court

Winchcombe cannabis dealer facing Proceeds of Crime search

GRANTS: Two Pennies Money Advice was one of the groups to recently receive a grant from Worcester City Council.

Worcester groups invited to apply for cash that will help fund their community projects

Rise in people learning first aid in the workplace in Worcestershire

Rise in people learning first aid in the workplace in Worcestershire

MPs: Prime Minister's Questions today.

MPs to pocket pay rise of £1,000 - just months after 10% salary hike

Alice Walters, 17, has scored a place to play for netball team, West Midlands Warriors.

Bromsgrove PE student scores a place in national netball league

Action group committee members Dee Ratcliffe, Margaret Zglinkski and Richard Deakin voice their concerns about the plan to create a new access route into The Green Fields.

College boss says there was no "intent to upset residents" with Stourbridge sports field access plan

SHOCKING: Fly tippers have dumped piles of rubbish, including a sofa, on farmland next to the B4636, close to the M5 Motorway stretch near Warndon.Picture by Jonathan Barry.  0516002008

Shocking scene of fly-tipping in Worcester blights farm land

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Capt Charles Upham VC & Bar (55570983)

Talk on highly decorated soldier

Tumble dryer users are advised to follow manufacturer instructions, clean filters regularly and not to use dryers at night or while unattended.

Fire service warns tumble dryer owners after woman dies in house fire

Top of Ross town wall, which has been removed. From Google Maps.

Town wall bricks removed to prevent injury

Glamourous soirees and Strauss waltzes, at Redditch's Palace Theatre

Glamourous soirees and Strauss waltzes, at Redditch's Palace Theatre

Just one of the many veteran trees at Piper's Hill and Dodderhill Commons nature reserve which are set to be protected by Worcestershire Wildlife Trust's bramble-clearing work (Credit Wendy Carter) (55560004)

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust plan to protect Hanbury Woods' ancient trees

A scene from HCS's production of Fiddler on the Roof

REVIEW - Hereford Cathedral School's production of Fiddler on the Roof at The Courtyard

Lenten lunches will help local charities

Upper levels of Halesowen car park closing at night

Upper levels of Halesowen car park closing at night

An architect's design of the the retail units.

Retail park plan to revive derelict Oldbury site

From left: Carol Brooks (Barnards Green Traders), Trevor Draper (Barnards Green Traders), Irene Davis, Nikki Watkins (Barnards Green Traders), Ian Hughes, Helen Attree (Alzheimers Society), Jane Knowles (Barnards Green Traders), Brian Davis. (55547100)

Barnards Green traders spread a little sunshine with festive donation

Grants for central heating systems now available

Ebrington gardeners are looking forward to spring

Households can find out if they qualify for central heating grant

ANNIVERSARY: Walter Exall and his wife Helen, who met through a charity, are celebrating their first anniversary this Easter.

Worcester man finds love again through the help of charity

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NEW BOSS: Catherine Driscoll is the new director for children, families and communities at the county council. (55464082)

New top director appointed at Worcestershire County Council

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TONED: Natalie Rouse is bidding for national success.Picture supplied by University of Worcester

University of Worcester student hoping to power her way to British strong-woman title

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