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More than 8,000 Worcester drivers appeal parking tickets - with 43 per cent WINNING their case

FINES: Around 8,000 Worcester drivers have managed to appeal parking tickets in just 20 months. Picture by David Griffiths.

MORE than 8,000 Worcester drivers have appealed against parking tickets in less than two years - with an incredible 43 per cent WINNING their case.

3:37pm Monday 16 January 2017

Driver claims parking signs "too high" to read

ANNOYED: Terry Wardle, from Worcester, was given a parking ticket at Tybridge Retail Park car park. Picture by Jonathan Barry 0217000260.

A DRIVER has criticised a parking company for placing its payment signs too high for him to read.

2:43pm Monday 16 January 2017

Phone company cracks down on nuisance callers

HELP: BT customers get to grips with the new service, which helps to divert nuisance calls. Picture supplied by BT.

A SERVICE to crack down on nuisance calls has been launched by a phone company.

3:11pm Monday 16 January 2017

A trip to the pub can be good for physical and mental health, say researchers

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HEALTH research, fads, fashions and guidance can be extremely confusing. One minute “experts” and “researchers” are telling us to cut out fat and dairy products and then others tell us butter is better for us than certain spreads.

9:16am Monday 16 January 2017

Save this service: Worcester Volunteer Centre facing closure unless rescue plan gets council funding

OFFICES: Worcester Volunteer Centre, in The Tything.

A CRUCIAL volunteer centre in Worcester could be forced to close unless a late rescue package can be secured to keep it going.

6:00am Friday 13 January 2017

You can't cull gulls! RSPCA says Worcester people need to stop the feeding frenzy

SEAGULLS: Some birds snacking on chips on Worcester Bridge.

THE RSPCA has hit out at suggestions Worcester's seagulls could be culled - saying it cannot be allowed to gain traction.

6:00am Thursday 12 January 2017

Patient deaths: more than 100 patients wait 12 hours or more on trolleys at Worcester

Patient deaths: more than 100 patients wait 12 hours or more on trolleys at Worcester

WHILE two patients died at Worcester's crisis-hit emergency department more than 100 others waited over 12 hours on trolleys.

7:20am Thursday 12 January 2017

Live updates: Worcestershire snow watch - weather, travel and emergency services

The Swan Theatre car park, in Worcester, in the early hours of Friday, January 13, Credit: Paul Davis.

10:08am Friday 13 January 2017

Former county judge calls Section 40 press crackdown "tyrannical"

UNDER FIRE: Former F1 chief Max Mosley, who is funding the state-backed press regulator Impress.

A WORCESTERSHRE politician who spent two decades in South Africa has urged the British Government not to muzzle the press - calling Section 40 "tyrannical".

11:25am Wednesday 11 January 2017

UPDATED: Water main bursts at busy junction

FAULT: A water main has burst in Bransford Road, Worcester.

ENGINEERS are set to work through the night to repair a burst water main at a busy junction in Worcester.

4:25pm Friday 13 January 2017
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