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Themed wedding attracts press for media manager
Anne-Marie Darroch, who heads up the media team at Redditch Borough Council, will be walking down the aisle tomorrow with a bouquet made of asparagus while the buttonholes for the wedding party and the bridesmaids' bouquets have also been themed around the vegetable.
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Police appeal after cycle theft
THIS is the man British Transport Police want to speak to in connection with the theft of a bicycle from a railway station.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
THIS could be the new sign which greets people entering the village of Claines.
The small village to the north of Worcester has been earmarked by Worcestershire County Council for a sign welcoming people to the area and also highlighting it as the home of Grand National winner Pineau De Re.
Man arrested in connection with Worcester sexual assault
A MAN has been arrested in connection with an incident in which a teenager was sexually assaulted after leaving a Worcester nightclub last week.
We have our fair share of sites, say council
PERSHORE Town Council said they will not suggest any more sites suitable for homes as part of the growing South Worcestershire Development Plan.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Prolific shoplifter banned from a number of city shops and retail parks
Keighley Harris, 21, has been told she can't enter the Elgar and Blackpole retail parks, both in Blackpole Road, for the next two years.
Droitwich man wanted over Worcester crimes, arrested by Gwent Police
A DROITWICH man has been arrested by police in Wales, in connection with a series of domestic-related crimes in Worcester.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Donkey procession in Worcester is a symbol of Christ's humility
13/04/14. Pslam Sunday procession in St Johns featuring 'Pumpkin' the donkey. The procession leaves St John in Bedwardnie church en route to St Clement's church.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Wanted man is arrested in connection with domestic incidents in Worcester
A MAN police wanted to speak to about a series of domestic-related crimes in Worcester this week has been arrested.
Worcester's Chocolate Day: PICTURES
John Anyon 12/4/14 1514572801 Worcester's Chocolate Day.......................Wonky Wonka shows off to Thomas Rhodes, 7 and brother, Nathan, 3 Worcester's Chocolate Day brought the sweet taste of success to the city's businesses and helped them get firmly on their feet after the floods, say organisers Worcester BID.
a Teenager from Worcester who died this week has been remembered as a "hero" by his family.
"Friends from Our Lady Queen of Peace, Blessed Edward Oldcorne Catholic College and Worcester Sixth Form College have showered the family with love and support.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Water bosses fit new pipes - and thank public for patience over traffic disruption
WATER bosses have fitted new pipes in Worcester and thanked people for their patience over traffic disruption caused by ongoing work.
a Man is wanted in connection with "a campaign of intimidation" against a Worcester family.
A property in Leckhampton Close, Worcester, has had its windows broken every day for the last three days and its residents have received malicious communications, including threats.
a Teenage woman was sexually assaulted in Worcester in the early hours of this morning.
The victim left the Velvet Lounge Nightclub in Angel Place just before 1.55am and walked home via The Butts, Farrier Street and Cherry Tree Walk.
Confusing diversion signs in Worcester send drivers dizzy
CONFUSING diversion signs have been giving drivers mixed messages as they try to navigate the maze of city centre roadworks in Worcester.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Humbling stories of Holocaust survivor enthral Worcester schoolchildren
Holocaust survivor, Rudi Oppenheimer visited Nunnery Wood High School on Thursday to talk to the students about his experiences.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Petition for 20mph zones in Battenhall
A PETITION calling for roads in Battenhall to become 20mph zones will be handed to Worcestershire County Council tomorrow .
Security guard attacked with metal bar in Malvern robbery
BRAZEN thieves are taking horse rugs off the back of the animals, risking being seriously hurt and making the horses sick.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Worcester roadworks gridlock - but rat-run drivers risk fines (and points) on illegal shortcut
RUN drivers continue to ignore no entry signs to dodge jams and jump queues despite fines as more roadworks cause gridlock misery in Worcester.
TRIBUTES have been paid to a long-serving Worcester headteacher, who has died aged 74.
Malcolm Richards served as headteacher at St Georges Church of England Primary school for more than 20 years until his retirement in 1997.