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A flying drone.

First week on trial: Flying drones help police search for crash victims and suspects

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TRADE WASTE: Some bags left out in Worcester city centre.

Blitz on trade waste in Worcester city centre moves closer as acting leader calls crackdown "well overdue"

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Malvern Hills District Council

At last! housing development blueprint is accepted after years of wrangling

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The proposed Worcester Woods Development. (51694216)

Civic society says no to extension at Malvern's retail park

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Derek Francis.

Funeral date is set for well-known businessman

Rise in people learning first aid in the workplace in Worcestershire

Rise in people learning first aid in the workplace in Worcestershire

MPs: Prime Minister's Questions today.

MPs to pocket pay rise of £1,000 - just months after 10% salary hike

Students from The Chase School in Malvern, (l-r) Rosanna Wikeley, Harriet Nagle, Imogen Sharp and Nwando Okafor with PCSO Helen Carstairs of Malvern Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) on Safer Internet Day (Picture by @MalvernCops)

Malvern students take part in Safer Internet Day

From left: Carol Brooks (Barnards Green Traders), Trevor Draper (Barnards Green Traders), Irene Davis, Nikki Watkins (Barnards Green Traders), Ian Hughes, Helen Attree (Alzheimers Society), Jane Knowles (Barnards Green Traders), Brian Davis. (55547100)

Barnards Green traders spread a little sunshine with festive donation

NEW BOSS: Catherine Driscoll is the new director for children, families and communities at the county council. (55464082)

New top director appointed at Worcestershire County Council

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Councillor Paul Tuthill has secured £100,000 for a review of traffic in the centre of Malvern. He is carrying a copy of a report about the town centre prepared for the late councillor John Ford. 0616004002. Picture by Paul Jackson.

Traffic in the centre of Malvern comes under scrutiny as councillor launches 'master plan'

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0616003501 08.02.16 Bretforton - Emergency services attend a collapsed wall in Bretforton. *NO PICTURE CREDIT*. (55265992)

Fund set up for two young children seriously injured after wall collapsed in Bretforton

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Dr Adrian Burden of the Wyche Innovation Centre, which is holding Raspberry Pi sessions to allow people to get creative with electronics. 0616004201. Picture by Paul Jackson.

Computer buffs urged to get busy creating their own devices at Wyche Innovation Centre.

0616004101 Paul Jackson 09.02.16 Malvern - Mayor of Malvern, Julian l'Anson, promoting his charity quiz on 25th February.. (55424039)

Malvern mayor hosts another charity quiz

COUNTY HALL: A vote is taking place on a 3.9% council tax rise tomorrow.

Call to scrap 3.9% council tax rise and freeze bills: Labour's plea 24 hours before County Hall vote

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FLOODED: The building site of the Holdings which will be an RSPCA rescue centre for neglected and abandoned animals is underwater as a result of Storm Imogen. Picture supplied by Geraldine Haynes of the Worcester and Mid Worcestershire branch of the RSPCA

Storm Imogen floods building site of Worcester's new animal rescue centre, stalling work

Paul Spicer - composer, conductor and lecturer, with a deep love of Bach.

Win tickets for Bach at Malvern Priory

Former president of the charity Baroness Willoughby de Eresby (left) and the chairman of Bromsgrove District Council chairman Councillor Caroline Spencer open the new HQ

Foster care charity opens headquarters in Worcestershire and looks to expand services

Students from the University of Worcester perform for guests at Onside's fund-raising event last year

Join the fun at quirky fund-raiser for Worcester charity

The new arrival causes training troubles for head dinosaur keeper Emily Brooks

New dinosaur exhibit set to be roaring success at safari park

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Mrs Catherine Hitchman, specialist in adult health and welfare issues and associate solicitor at Harrison Clark Rickerbys

Don't delay in taking action to protect future health and welfare, warns Worcester expert

The Children's Sleep Charity

Innovative pilot project to help children in Worcestershire with autism sleep better

Daniel Fedec. (41333906)

Worcester man battered partner with paving slab then strangled her, inquest hears

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Drunk driver speeds at 100mph with four children in the car

Drink driver speeds at 100mph with four children in the car

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BLIGHT: Richard Grosvenor-Davies pictured at Astwood Cemetery, where his son Jason is buried. Picture by Jonathan Barry, 55401972

Bereaved Worcester dad describes city's cemetery as "a tip"

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DAMAGED: Upton's Pepperpot building has been damaged by the bad weather.Picture by Jackie Surtees.

Upton's renowned Pepperpot building damaged by bad weather

The first edition of Worcester Revealed to be given away with Berrow's Worcester Journal on February 18 (55394727)

Free supplements to celebrate history of Worcester

VICTORY: Councillor Simon Geraghty, the leader of Worcestershire County Council.

Victory for Worcestershire County Council leader as showdown talks in Westminster result in £5m funding boost

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CHAOS: The M5 last Friday, where thousands of drivers were left stranded.

Transport Minister asks to see Worcester News coverage of M5 chaos to consider compensation scheme for drivers

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PLEASE HOME ME: Henry is a happy, friendly boy who loves treats

Happy Henry loves his gravy bones - now treat him to a new home

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GOOD NEWS: Peter Fryar, outside the Rose and Crown on its reopening after the 2014 floods, has welcomed the news.

Permanent flood defences one step closer for Severn Stoke

Alfie, Evesham Cats Protection (55333394)

Handsome Alfie would like a loving new home for Valentine's Day

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RUBBLE: The aftermath of the wall collapse in Bretforton near Evehsam.

Children hurt by collapsing wall in Worcestershire are 'stable' hospital confirms

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Keren Milton

Free weight loss places available in Worcester

Worcestershire police surgeries: dates for the diary

Worcestershire police surgeries: dates for the diary

Fast food rubbish on the Droitwich canal tow-path

Band of jolly volunteers clean up Worcestershire canals, enjoy the outdoors and make new friends

Five things you need to know Tuesday

Five things you need to know Tuesday

Two children have already been hurt in Bretforton near Evesham following the arrival of Storm Imogen. Now flood waters are rising.

Flood waters on the rise in Worcestershire after Storm Imogen and more heavy rain on the way

COUNTY HALL: The Trades Union Councl has criticised the children centres review.

Campaigning body says it is "shocked" at children's centres review by council

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Chinese New Year: Top seven Chinese restaurants in Worcestershire

Chinese New Year: Top seven Chinese restaurants in Worcestershire

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SCHOOLING: A Worcestershire councillor says very young children suffer by being sent to school when they have just turned four.

Should children start school at four? Worcestershire councillor says August babies suffer "devastating" unfairness

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Great Malvern station in 1879, with the clock tower on the roof. (55183048)

Sponsors sought to help fund recreation of Victorian clock at Great Malvern station.

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DELIGHT: Councillor Roger Knight, the Mayor of Worcester, is backing the crackdown on rubbish bags being left outside overnight by shops.

Mayor of Worcester's delight as campaign over city centre rubbish bags pays off

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Heather Jeavons. (55195871)

Heather is selected for the top job in the UK's Lions Club

MP: West Worcestershire Harriett Baldwin, who has spoken of her frustration over the SWDP.

Delight as leading politicians and campaigners hail 28,370-home blueprint backing

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CROSSOVER: The Abbey Bridge in Evesham.

Congestion-busting studies will make a difference, says leading Worcestershire councillor

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Mark Ball is retiring after many years as a leading estate agent in Malvern. (54404771)

Estate agent Mark Ball hand over the baton to a younger generation

BLOOMING MARVELLOUS: DI Stuart Murphy of the Integrated Offender Management Team (West Mercia Police) receives a donation of plants courtesy of Nikki Hollier, owner of Pershore-based Styling Homes and Gardens. (55171710)

Worcester's ex-offenders kept on straight and narrow by garden project

Conservative MP for Mid-Worcestershire Nigel Huddleston caught the moment a double decker bus was blown up for a film (s)

Moment double decker blew up for action film caught on camera by Worcestershire MP

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PARKWAY: This is Norton Parkway Developments' version of the railway station. Image supplied by Capita.

Council issues land grab order over £22m Worcestershire Parkway

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