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One of our councils is changing its policy on potholes; find out how it affects you.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
We’ll have the latest on the flood situation in both Herefordshire and Worcestershire.
A Herefordshire town has got plans for a new statue, we find out what it is.
We speak to Tom Neathway, who’s back home after taking part in the Paris-Dakar Rally.
Find out what’s causing these trips and what the authorities are going to do about it.
Hear what this service is from the people for whom its becoming a lifeline.
Find out what it is, how it works and how it’s going to be put through its paces.
The Worcestershire business that’s had a record-breaking weekend thanks to the snow.
We’ll have the latest information you need before you head out into the icy conditions.
Our reporters across the Two Counties will bring you the latest travel and weather news.
Andrew Easton sits in alongside Toni McDonald with the best start to the day.
Simon Weston tells us about the mental demons that led him to contemplate suicide.
We’re on the search for the monster fish, hiding somewhere in the River Wye.
With beer sales falling, prices rising and premises closing, can the trade can continue?
We’ll hear from people standing up for their services and what matters to them.
Did the Olympics have any impact on the number of people taking part in sport here?
How much are councils making from parking charges and what do they do with the cash?
We’ll be finding out how our high streets faired over the festive period.
Howard Bentham and Toni McDonald with the best start to the day: news, sport and laughter.