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Minx and her seven puppies were stolen from Usmere Road, Kidderminster, on Tuesday, July 28

Seven puppies and their mother stolen from Usmere Road, Kidderminster

Travellers leave Hurst Green Park after 24 hours after police action

Travellers leave Hurst Green Park after 24 hours after police action

Some of the St Michael's volunteers who helped the hospice win the national award

Hospice "very proud" of retail honour

Chipping Norton pilot Michael Napier with his book, Tornado over the Tigris

Pilot captures experiences of fast jet flying over Germany and Iraq in new book

Longborough residents struggle to access Fastershire

Slow response to faster broadband for Longborough residents

Cotswolds Ofsted data welcomed by MP

Emergency services have been at the scene of a collision near Wellington.

Emergency services attending collision on A49

3215915003 Paul Jackson 03.08.15 Evesham - Pre-pic for annual Tesco vs Morrisons Evesham football match. From left - Dean Kerr, Jack Lambert, Carl Streather and Mark Payne. (33980715)

Rival stores prepare for charity football match for St Richard's Hospice

3215915106  03.08.15 Worcester - A body was found in Fort Royal Park, Worcester, on Friday. **NO PICTURE CREDIT** (33981033)

Post mortem into man found dead in Fort Royal Park is inconclusive

From shouting abuse to reporting fake shootings: Ambulance service sees increase in children making hoax calls

From shouting abuse to reporting fake shootings: Ambulance service sees increase in children making hoax calls

Two injured after car goes into garden in Lickey

Two injured after car goes into garden in Lickey

DVDs stolen from St John's Library (s)

Man with woman's name tattooed on neck stole DVDs from St John's Library

Redditch police investigate distraction burglaries targeting elderly residents

Redditch police investigate distraction burglaries targeting elderly residents

UNFAIR: Campaigners Julie Nicholson, Kate Gallant, Paul Buckell and Fizz Bewley, co-ordinator of the Fair Pupil Funding group met Nigel Huddleston

Droitwich campaigners call for fairer schools funding

BAGS: Some of the rubbish at Pitmaston Park.

What a disgusting mess: fury after travellers leave appalling rubbish strewn across Worcester's Pitmaston Park

Worcestershire NHS boss retires after more than 50 years

Worcestershire NHS boss retires after more than 50 years

Filming under way as part of the project.

Short films to help deliver crucial health care and training to medical workers in the Middle East

Thefts from graves at Astwood Road cemetery (s)

Memorial ornaments stolen from graves at city cemetery

Sweet dog Pippa would make a wonderful family pet

Sweet dog Pippa would make a wonderful family pet

Pickled in Pickersleigh: NHS mission to tackle Malvern's heavy drinkers

Pickled in Pickersleigh: NHS mission to tackle Malvern's heavy drinkers

Teenage girl steals phone near Gheluvelt Park

Teenage girl steals phone near Gheluvelt Park

Mr and Mrs Tilby on their wedding day.

Couple celebrate 60 years of marriage

Tortie and white female cats are looking for a new home together

Tortie and white female cats are looking for a new home together

Bidford Bridge.

Council estimates Bidford Bridge repairs will cost about £300, 000

Short break service for children with disabilities looking to expand

Short break service for children with disabilities looking to expand

GET ACTIVE: From left, Samuel Davey, 12, Rhys Jones, 11, athletics star Jo Pavey, Joe Wilson, 13, Molly Davey, 9, and Jay Satchwell, 13.

Athletics star Jo Pavey helps children get active in Worcester ahead of 10km appearance

DETERMINED: Kate Butler (left), consultant breast surgeon and campaign founder Mr Steven Thrush (centre) and Susie Coleman (right) are on a mission to raise funds for the unit. Picture courtesy of FT Images.

Tea at the abbey keeps Worcester breast unit fight on the boil

Stourbridge charcoal artist Emma Safe is one of 20 hopefuls shortlisted for IN:SIGHT 2015. Photo by David Glauso

Stourbridge artist shortlisted for IN:SIGHT 2015

Action group accuses Redditch Council of damaging residents’ faith in local democratic processes

Action group accuses Redditch Council of damaging residents’ faith in local democratic processes

David Priestnall meets the Queen at Buckingham Palace earlier this year

NHS Board member retires after more than 50 years of public service

CHARITY: Artists painted in Less Hammond's garden to raise money for two charities.

Les raises £1,200 in memory of his wife and son

Town figures and members of the Norbury Players conducted a ceremony outside St Andrew's Church. SP (34096235)

Charter Day a great success

Community day at Colley Gate club

Community day at Colley Gate club

Councillors Luke Mallett and Margaret Buxton, and Whitford Vale Voice chairman Roy Dixon, who have been celebrating after the council's decision to reject new homes in Whitford was upheld.

Campaigners jubilant after inspector agrees scheme for new homes in Whitford should not go ahead

Harriers' chairman Rod Brown

Harriers set to take over car park popular with supporters

Green Flag success for Worcestershire parks.

Green Flag success for Waseley Hills Country Park

Samantha Preece admitted a breach of a criminal anti-social behaviour order

Woman given prison sentence for Ludlow supermarket breach

Halesowen North Councillor Karen Shakespeare changes her surgery venue

The Philharmonic Orchestra.

Record-breaking sales at Three Choirs Festival

Richard Bates from the council’s parks team rescuing the duck in distress.

Lucky duck pulled from overflow sluice in Kidderminster park

Hagley's Co-operative Pharmacy branch in Worcester Road will soon be known as Well Pharmacy as part of a £620million acquisition.

Hagley pharmacy searches for unsung heroes to mark re-launch

Regency romp is a riot

Regency romp is a riot

Debbie Davidson give the thumbs up after completing her Ironman challenge

Nurse completes gruelling Ironman challenge for Kate's Home Nursing charity

Laura Palmer with Charlie and her winning rosettes

Young equestrienne wins her classes at the RDA National Championships

Bradley Butler.

Redditch man Bradley Butler stars in documentary series

Leader of Dudley council, Cllr Pete Lowe, during the Mayor of Dudley's charity walking football tournament.

Mayor of Dudley's walking football tournament increases charity funds

Japanese rest house at Batsford Arboretum

Discover the art of Samurai at Batsford Arboretum

Emma Tustin is ECHO's unsung hero. 1531_2003. Photo: James Maggs.

Volunteer is Leominster charity's 'unsung hero'

Celebrating the competition l-r: Dan Jackson (HCA), local residents George Williams and Sally Johnson, Cllr Gaye Partridge, Mayoress of Dudley Jayne Waltho, Mayor of Dudley Cllr Steve Waltho, Darrin Gamble (Bromford) and Shaun Fielding (Keepmoat Homes).

Multi-million pound project to create 314 Dudley homes is finally complete

Heathcare assessment of Sandwell's vulnerable is "unacceptable" report claims

Heathcare assessment of Sandwell's vulnerable is "unacceptable" report claims

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