MALVERN Hills and Wychavon councils could save hundreds of thousands of pounds by merging senior management teams, say council leaders.
THE people of Malvern may have been surprised last weekend, as it's not every day one sees badgers walking through town, but that's exactly what happened.
UPTON'S Lloyds Bank will remain open, it has been confirmed.
A CHARITY which collected money at the Mappfest music festival in the summer has bought a defibrillator for the Malvern Cube.
THE meeting of the two newly combined institutes began with a welcome to the visitors and a congratulation to the birthday girls.
LAST week's revelation of the penguin warning sign at the junction of the Guarlford Road and the Rhydd prompted a response from online commenter BadgerMash, who said: "This sign has been the subject of "artistic reinterpretation" for some months - if…
WORCESTERSHIRE'S fire authority chairman has hit out at suggestions the police and crime commissioner should be handed his job - severely criticising the idea.
PRESIDENT, Joy Hadley, welcomed members to the October meeting, with a special welcome for visitors.
NINE Malvern Joggers members travelled to Woolhope, Herefordshire, for the multi-terrain Hope Valley 8.3.
A FREE chat about back and neck pain is being offered by a Worcester osteopath.
THE chief executive of Worcestershire's biggest social housing provider has criticised David Cameron's tactic to create "Generation Buy" - saying too many people will be priced out.
Use of a rail link
A MEMORIAL exhibition is being held at Malvern Theatres in honour of artist Vivien Bromley, who died last month at the age of 76.
MALVERN Triathlon Club’s Leslie Dalley and Amanda Dawson represented Great Britain at the ITU World Cross Triathlon Championships in Orosei, Sardinia.
THE story of the rail line linking Worcester and Hereford, running through Malvern, Colwall and Ledbury, will be the subject of Malvern Museum's next talk.
THE highly successful 2015 Autumn in Malvern Festival is heading towards its conclusion over the next two weekends with illustrated talks and an award-winning film.
PLANS to make Worcestershire a landmark county for the protection of bees have been revealed - including getting schools involved.
A MUCH-loved horticultural therapy centre near Malvern that has helped hundreds of clients with mental health problems over the years is facing the axe.
TWO bricks were thrown through the living room window of a house in Somers Park Avenue, Malvern, at around 2.45am on Monday.
A BRICK was thrown through a living room window at a house in Elgar Avenue, Malvern.
WORCESTER'S MP has called for more city employers to increase wages - admitting his Conservative Party "made the mistake" of wrongly believing it would destroy jobs in the 1990s.