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BBC Hereford & Worcester
Updates from our reporter in Belfast as the Mercian Regiment leaves for Afghanistan.
Abbey Park Leisure centre is teaming up with Redditch crematorium.
Bromyard Country Market, we bring you stories from the producers.
One of the best places to bring up your family is here on our doorstep in Herefordshire.
Music and fun featuring the best bits of the week.
The new music gym for adults and children with disabilities in Hereford.
We take in an historic tour of Bromyard along with something for those with a sweet tooth.
St Nicholas Middle School in Pinvin's new garden celebrates International Day of Peace.
Should the word 'marriage' be reserved exclusively for hetrosexual couples?
Tony's talking point is relative to the Dale Farm eviction, should we give them a break?
Elliott Webb sits in. Music and fun featuring the best bits of the week.
Natalie Balmond's developed her own cure for her daughter's ezcema, Skin Salvation.
Real life in the two counties with news and your stories, calls and music.
The canoe testament - why two Herefordshire vicars are paddling to their parishes.
Fifteen-year-old Chloe Tomalin who has launched her own teen magazine.
Lorry drivers to the stars, the Redditch haulage firm that's rockin' all over the world.
It's the tenth anniversary of 9/11, the letter written from the Twin Towers.
We look into pricey childcare plus the hidden costs through the school year.
Tony talks to local people about their reticence for the neww out-of-town store plans.
Expert advice for home-owners who fear they may be heading towards negative equity.
Tony took the temperature of Bromsgrove's high street and Worcester's Snoezelen Centre.
It's 70-years since the Government recorded the quality of our lives, what's changed?
Tony learns about the history of the old market town of Bromsgrove.