19 hrs ago
Police rewarded for their actions
A REDDITCH detective has been praised for his role in stopping two men brandishing a gun outside a town centre club.
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23 hrs ago
Man pleads not guilty to child sex offence charges
A MAN accused of seven charges relating to sexual activity with a child and intimidating a witness in Bromsgrove appeared at Redditch Magistrates Court on Tuesday .
23 hrs ago
Bromsgrove centre gets new recycling scheme
RESIDENTS in Bromsgrove will be able to recycle different types of waste packaging, thanks to a new scheme being run at the Pear Tree Children's Centre in Sidemoor.
23 hrs ago
Bromsgrove group campaigns against Whitford Road development
THE GROUP campaigning against the controversial development on Bromsgrove's Whitford Road has submitted a detailed report to the district council outlining its opposition to the scheme.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Bromsgrove schools and youth groups urged to sign up to first aid scheme
SCHOOLS and youth organisations across Bromsgrove, Rubery and South Birmingham are being urged to get in touch with St John Ambulance and become part of a scheme which teaches lifesaving skills to young people.
Fly the flag for Worcestershire
PROUD people living in Worcestershire can fly the flag of their county which is now in stock at the at the Guildhall .
Charity cycle ride proves personal cause for Chawson neighbours
Anthony Grater with Alan Fellows who also took part in the cycle ride. Buy photo: BCR071402 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/pictures or call 01527 889030.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Police car rammed by raiders who stole from Bromsgrove Halfords
The vehicle was chasing down a Kia Picanto which had in it three people who had carried out a theft from bromsgrove's Halfords.
Worcestershire County Council's health and well-being board meeting aired live online
PEOPLE are being encouraged to tune in to the next meeting of Worcestershire County Council 's Health and Well-being Board as they stream it live from Count Hall, in Spetchley Road, Worcester, on Tuesday, March 11, from 2pm.
Join in with 'Woofs and Wellies' for Primrose Hospice
Helen Grazier, Samuel Caseley, Stacey Tisor and Harriet Campbell from Townsend Vets, which is helping Primrose Hospice to raise money with a Woofs and Wellies walk, with Lucy Baylis from Primrose Hospice and her dog Gus.
Spirit of Bromsgrove awards
Coun Margaret Sherrey, Unsung Hero winner Jules Evans and Ken Hazeldean from the community safety partnership.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Tributes paid to popular Bromsgrove man who served town rugby club
TRIBUTE: A minute's silence was held for John Paul, who served Bromsgrove Rugby Club for more than 50 years, on Saturday.
Flipping good time to be had at Bromsgrove church
BROMSGROVIANS wanting to get into the Shrove Tuesday spirit can go along to a pancake party being held at the town's St John's Church this evening .
Nearly 10,000 homes at risk of flooding in Worcestershire
A new flood risk map reveals how large parts of the county - especially homes in south Worcestershire - are still highly vulnerable to dangerously high river levels.
Firefighters relieve Rednal toddler whose head was stuck in potty
THERE was much relief yesterday after firefighters from Bromsgrove removed a potty from a child's head in Rednal.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Doctor fails to get herself reinstated at employment tribunal
A LEADING Midlands doctor dealing with family planning, contraception and sexual health in the Redditch and Bromsgrove areas who lost her job after making whistle blowing complaints has failed to be reinstated.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Local dog owners invited to take part in national study
EXPERT: Jacob Sutton from Bromsgrove's Countrywide store is encouraging dog owners to take part in a dog exercise study.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Council leader defends Parkside project
Work to transform Parkside Middle School's former Stourbridge Road home into a one-stop shop of council services is set to begin on Monday, March 10. The building was originally earmarked for demolition in 2008, but was saved at the last minute when it was granted Grade II listed status.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Schools debating competition to be held tonight
TOMORROW'S great minds will be flexing their intellectual muscle tonight during Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid's Annual Bromsgrove Schools Debating Competition.
Nuisance Bromsgrove neighbour has appeal dismissed
A LICKEY END man who was convicted of two counts of harassment in June and sentenced to 12 weeks in prison has had his appeal dismissed.