WORCESTERSHIRE Acute Hospitals Trust has welcomed the news talks on the controversial new junior doctors contract could be set to resume, and the threat of new strikes dropped.
DROITWICH Spa have set their sights on a third place finish in the Midlands Division Two after clinching their Worcestershire Junior Cup on Saturday.
LAST weekend saw the official opening of the new Wythall Library at its brand new home in the community hub at Woodrush High School.
THE inquest into the death of a Bromsgrove woman Stacey Sollis who was found dead at a Redditch flat has been held.
A FAMILY-RUN bakery is celebrating reaching its fundraising halfway mark, thanks to Bromsgrove's bread lovers, who have been picking up special pink packs of freshly-baked bread to raise money for breast cancer prevention.
DRIVERS faced hours of delays on the M5 near Bromsgrove yesterday after a meat products lorry broke down, spilling animal organs across the road.
THE impending arrival of 50 Syrian refugees into Worcestershire has sparked a deluge of public reaction - with the move appearing to divide opinion.
YOUNG tennis payers and those who would like to find out more about the sport in Bromsgrove, will have the chance to have a go for free as part of a scheme organised through the British Davis Cup.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a van was broken into at The Old Wharf in Tardebigge.
HUNDREDS of jobs in Bromsgrove hang in the balance as historic paint brush and tool manufacturer, LG HARRIS, is in negotiations to be acquired by a major Norwegian firm in a deal worth £55 million.
IN accordance with Dying Matters Awareness Week, residents are being urged to talk openly about death and bereavement to ensure their end of life wishes are met.
WORCESTER Swimming Club star Rebecca Redfern claimed silver in the 100m breaststroke at the IPC Swimming European Championships in Portugal.
WORCESTERSHIRE has been named and shamed as one of England's fattest areas, according to figures showing hospital admissions for obesity.
ALTHOUGH three Droitwich sides fulfilled fixtures on Saturday, it was the weather that was the winner as the rain showers put a dampener on positive results being achieved.
THERE will be a host of racing action on Saturday when Chaddesley Corbett hosts the Wheatland Point-to-Point (2pm start).
YOUNGSTERS at Jellybabies Nursery in Rubery spent the day dressed up as pirates recently as part of birthday celebrations for one of the nursery’s volunteers.
A REDNAL man took his father’s car without permission and drove it at speeds up to 90mph in 30mph limit streets – all while under the influence of cannabis, a court was told.
FOR one night only the village of Feckenham has an operahouse.
TRIBUTE band Fred Zeppelin will be delighting audiences in Lickey End this week with the music of Led Zeppelin.
SKIPPER Andy Sutton said there were still much room for improvement after Barnt Green started their Birmingham League Premier campaign with a defeat at Knowle and Dorridge on Saturday.
A TEN-STRONG group from Bromsgrove and Redditch AC tackled the London Marathon, with Richard Malin leading the way.