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Create five days of meals with 20 ingredients
Use a microwave-safe bowl or mug to scramble eggs for a quick, convenient breakfast or snack.
Thu May 16, 2013
What will the new council leadership focus on?
FOR the last three years council tax has been frozen at Worcester City Council, against the wishes of the Labour Party.
Tue May 14, 2013
Road rage abuse after pub session
A "ROAD rage" motorist was found to be twice the drink-drive limit after his victim called police about his behaviour.
Witnesses tell of Worcester fireball horror after man sets himself...
Witnesses tell of Worcester fireball horror after man sets himself alight in street.
Mon May 13, 2013
Man on fire in Worcester suffered serious burns
A MAN who was reportedly on fire outside a Worcester pub yesterday had to be flown to hospital suffering serious burns.
Sun May 12, 2013
Claudia's a winner
Buy this photo Claudia, left, is pictured with her sister Isabelle, six, and Lizzie Millward, of Little Ginger Pig Cafe, holding the winning entry.
a Four-year-old girl was handed a goodie bag of treats after winning a colouring competition.
Claudia Goodger, of Malvern, was presented with her prize at the Little Ginger Pig Cafe in Worcester Art Gallery and Museum.
Sat May 11, 2013
A Celtic Capybara?? I Don't Think So
"Reading through some correspondence tonight reminded me of the time when I received an interesting letter from one longstanding correspondent, Miss Lorna Lloyd of Worcester, England, describing the head of a strange animal mounted as a trophy on a shield, and seen in an antique shop in London's famous Portobello Road.
SUCCESS: Matthew Jenkins, centre, celebrates victory with Green Party followers.
WORCESTER'S newest Green politician has pledged to make a difference at County Hall - and says lowering speed limits and campaigning against incineration are two of his main aims.
WORCESTERSHIRE'S young gardeners have received glowing praise from the very top of the tree.
Bob Sweet, who is head of judges at the Royal Horticultural Society, said entries in the school garden section of Malvern Spring Gardening Show were the best he has ever seen anywhere in the UK.
Fri May 10, 2013
Drinker fined after watering gardens
Patrick Niblett breached his criminal anti-social behaviour order by being drunk in the grounds of St George's Catholic Church, Sansome Place, Worcester, and by being verbally abusive to a parishioner.
Former pub may be turned into homes
PROPOSAL: The Arboretum Inn in Northfield Street, Worcester, has been closed for several years and developers want to turn it into flats.
Wed May 08, 2013
Finish Line's in Sight: Chris Price, chairman of the Triple Run organising committee.
THE finish line is in sight for one of the volunteers who tirelessly helps organise the major fund-raising event for Worcester's children's hospice.
Firefighters to stand down after Long Marston fire
FIREFIGHTERS who have been tackling a blaze at a recycling plant in Long Marston for more than a week are preparing to stand down.
Tue May 07, 2013
Man charged with burglaries
Blake Jenkins, aged 20, of Larch Road, Worcester, is accused of burgling two student flats at the University of Worcester , Henwick Road , Worcester, on Thursday, May 2. It is alleged that he stole a Blackberry Curve mobile phone, an Apple iPod Touch and charger and an Acer laptop.
Pilot wants take off for his replica Spitfire plan
ICONIC PLANE: A replica Spitfire used to be situated at the entrance of the old RAF Perdiswell base in Worcester.
Tory county council leader: my anguish over election losses
THE Tory leader of Worcestershire County Council has spoken of his pain at the party's election losses - admitting he is "kicking" himself at some of the defeats.
Mon May 06, 2013
Worcester park's friends cry foul over players' littering
Buy this photo TIDY: The friends and Duckworth Trust held a litter pick at the weekend.
Sat May 04, 2013
DRUGS were discovered and a dangerous dog seized after police raided homes in Worcester.
Officers seized illegal substances at the houses in Warndon, as well as detaining a dangerous dog, while two men were arrested on suspicion of fraud offences.
Fri May 03, 2013
THERE will be all manner of events to keep the whole family entertained this bank holiday weekend.
Witley Court and Gardens, near Worcester, will be home to a children's festival that takes youngsters back in time to experience life as a jester or knight by learning circus skills or having a go at junior jousting from tomorrow until Monday between 11am and 5pm.