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The Victorian Christmas market is celebrating 20 years, we look at how it all started.
Could some council employees be in line for an almost twenty percent pay hike?
The Herefordshire mother who has gone on hunger strike as her benefits are cut.
All the latest weather and travel information.
An Evesham company has come up with an App that helps promote the town's history.
The local business that's now one of the fastest growing digital companies in Europe.
We speak to the former Kiddeminster MP Dr Richard Taylor who’s behind it.
The man who is winging into New Road to send Worcestershire's hopes soaring.
We catch up with Molly and her family after a life changing operation to help her walk.
We hear from customers of a Worcester business which has gone bust.
Why the Olympics are stopping some businesses from cashing in on their legacy.
The Worcester teenager sentenced for posting offensive online messages about April Jones.
The latest on the Worcestershire head teacher found dead at a junior school in the county.
The Malvern man calling the tune for the Queen at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
David Keyte tells us what's next for the Bulls after their FA Cup tie against Shrewsbury.
We reveal exciting plans for the future of the city of Worcester.