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University lecturer receives 'racist' letter in response to migration debate plea

Daniel Nehring with the 'racist' letter.

A UNIVERSITY lecturer received a ‘racist’ letter after speaking out about a "hostile and threatening" atmosphere towards foreigners following the Brexit vote.

7:01am Wednesday 7 December 2016

It's secured a gong again! Worcester's gold-cladded £60m Hive handed another top British accolade

EYE-CATCHING: The Hive in Worcester, which has scooped another top national award.

WORCESTER'S £60 million Hive has scooped yet another national award for its eye-catching design.

12:05pm Friday 9 December 2016

Student designs wintery scenes for Starbucks' windows

WINNER: Carmen Andrés Polvillo had her wintery design selected to adorn the windows of Starbucks in The Cross. Picture by the University of Worcester.

A CREATIVE student from the University of Worcester was selected by Starbucks to decorate the windows of its city shop this Christmas.

12:41pm Friday 9 December 2016

The men stepping into women's high heels

Heads were turned as the Walk A Mile In Her Shoes march went through Worcester city centre last year. (49258517)

CAMPAIGNERS are set to don high heels and walk through the city centre to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

5:13pm Thursday 8 December 2016

Worcester athlete Alice Wright picked to represent Great Britain at SPAR European Cross Country Championships in Sardinia

Alice Wright was ninth in the under 23s race at the 2014 championships in Bulgaria. Picture: BRITISH ATHLETICS.

Wright, a Worcester Athletic Club member, is part of a 36-strong GB squad, who head into Sunday’s annual event having topped the medals chart for the past seven years.

7:20am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Campaigners put their best foot forward for march against abuse

MARCH: Stephan Natynczuk, senior lecturer, has a fireman's lift from Worcester Fire Station's Green Watch, at the start of the 'Walk a Mile in her Shoes' march. Picture by John Anyon 49160760401.

CAMPAIGNERS pulled on a pair of high heels and hobbled through the city streets to raise awareness of domestic abuse.

1:53pm Friday 9 December 2016

Police help cyclists to stay bright during safety initiative

PC Natasha Harris a policeman at the University of Worcester, Matt Hoper a business admin apprentice at the university and Anna Higgins, communications manager of the Safer Roads Partnership.

POLICE were offering reflective gear to stay safe whilst cycling this winter.

1:10pm Thursday 8 December 2016

Wolves women stay on the victory trail

Wolves women stay on the victory trail

WORCESTER Wolves women picked up another win with a 55-42 triumph at home to Mansfield Giants in National Basketball League Division Two North.

6:30pm Thursday 8 December 2016

Students learn from healthcare professionals

Lucy Bland with university students

UNIVERSITY students were given the chance to quiz inspectors from a healthcare watchdog.

2:31pm Friday 9 December 2016

Former Wolves BBL Trophy winner severs nerve in freak accident

Jamal Williams trains with Wolves boss Paul James last year

FORMER Worcester Wolves forward Jamal Williams has suffered a season-ending injury at London Lions in a freak accident.

11:48am Thursday 8 December 2016
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