May 21, 2013 - A new vision for the future comes to life today as Microsoft Corp.
1 hr ago | Evesham Journal
A WORCESTER man has been charged with attempted murder and Grievous Bodily Harm with intent following a double city knife attack.
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Britain's Prince William has joined his father Prince Charles in urging global action to tackle the illegal poaching of wild animals.
3 hrs ago | Salisbury Journal
Detectives are treating the death of a 20-month-old girl as murder and have named her mother as a suspect.
Unsurprisingly the staid Royal Horticultural Society's decision to allow garden gnomes at the Chelsea Flower Show this year elicited a variety of responses. "Gnomes are very symbolic in English gardens, as an anti-class statement," said TV design guru Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen, who said he had a colony of gnomes in his garden. "Itís good to confront the received wisdom that all gnomes are nasty," Mr. Llewelyn-Bowen said, adding that his wife Jackie "has had to overcome her poshness and confront her gnomophobia".
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A HEARTBROKEN couple, who tried for six years to have a baby, are searching for an answer as to why their young son died suddenly in his sleep.
Survey reveals more than 55% of people have recycled their mobile phones
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Over the last year more than 1,000 county pensioners, out of an estimated 100,000, have been helped to claim more by the charity.
Eight members of the same family have pleaded guilty to running a complex series of illegal waste businesses from a former small-holding near St Austell.
The incident occurred between 10.30pm and 11pm on Thursday, 2 May in the Smannell Road area, near to Cricketers Way.
Mr Smith said: "When you were talking to the jury last week and today why didn't you tell them about that?" JURORS have heard how the alarm was not set at the home of Mr Nowak and Catherine when he returned with her family after learning of her death.
In this photo Thursday, April 25, 2013 Lucy Butler,15, getting ready to have her measles jab at All Saints School in Ingleby Barwick, Teesside, England, as a national vaccination catch-up campaign has been launched to curb a rise in measles cases in England.
THE court heard Scott Snowden told a steward, who kicked him out of The Garth Inn in Helensburgh, that he would "make his life hell"- days later it burned down.
A 20-month-old child's body was found at a house in Herald Way, Bicester, after police were contacted by a relative concerned about the child's welfare.
The first of a new generation of mini-supermarkets with a fresh approach to food opened its doors in Southampton today.
'TV Burp' star Harry Hill's film debut has started shooting with himself in the lead and Matt Lucas as his twin brother alongside Sheridan Smith, Simon Bird and Oscar winners Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters. Harry says: "I'm thrilled at last to be able to tell the world the true story of my hamster's struggle on the big screen and even more excited to be working with some of the comedy greats of the British film industry".