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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Live updates for Herefordshire and Worcestershire have finished for the day but we'll be back from 08:00 on Monday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Travel: Buses to replace trains between Malvern and Hereford

    Trains will not be running between Great Malvern and Hereford on Saturday and Sunday.

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  3. Warriors' chief executive 'bemused' by reports of cutbacks

    Worcester Warriors' chief executive Jim O'Toole has dismissed media reports claiming the club is reneging on plans to invest in the playing budget.

    Jim O'Toole

    O'Toole says the Warriors have committed to a 25% increase in their rugby budget for the 2016-17 season.

    He says director of rugby Dean Ryan is due back from holiday on Monday and it will be business as usual as they plan for the coming Aviva Premiership season.

    Warriors have refused to comment on social media speculation linking Ryan with the vacant director of rugby position at Bath saying they never comment on such issues.

  4. Watch: Weather for Herefordshire and Worcestershire

    Rebecca Wood

    BBC Weather

    Daytime showers will gradually become more isolated this evening to leave a mostly dry night with some clear spells.  Lows of 13C (55F).

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    Video caption: Afternoon weather forecast for the West Midlands
  5. Cricket: Rapids squad for T20 game against Lancashire Lightning

    You can hear full ball-by-ball commentary on this game at Emirates Old Trafford on BBC Hereford & Worcester's 738AM frequency and online.

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  6. Stourport road death: Family reaction

    The family of a Stourport man killed by an uninsured driver who left the scene of the fatal collisions say they are "satisfied" that he has been jailed for six months.

    The body of 36-year-old Matthew Cullum was discovered on Hillary Road in the early hours of 29 August, last year - he died at the scene.

    Kamil Jussak, 23, of Long Acre, Kidderminster, pleaded guilty to causing death by driving a vehicle while uninsured, and failing to stop after an accident.  

    Quote Message: It was an adequate sentence. No sentence will bring Matt back however justice has been done today." from Family statement
    Family statement
  7. Latest: Counties back Brexit; no parole for child killer; fatal crash driver jailed

    Michael Perkins

    BBC Hereford & Worcester

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - Herefordshire and Worcestershire both voted decisively to leave the EU

    - A man who killed three children in Worcester and impaled their bodies on railings has been refused parole

    - Driver who killed a man on a Stourport road has been jailed for six months

  8. Watch: Brexit reaction from transport cafe

    Here are the views of customers at the Pitstop cafe in Bromsgrove to the vote to leave the EU.

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    Video caption: Truckers at a cafe give their verdict on Brexit
  9. Prison for driver after Stourport road death

    A Kidderminster driver has been jailed for six months for causing the death of a man whose body was found on a road in Stourport-on-Severn.

    The body of 36-year-old Matthew Cullum was discovered on Hillary Road in the early hours of 29 August, last year - he died at the scene.

    Kamil Jussak, 23, of Long Acre, Kidderminster, pleaded guilty to causing death by driving a vehicle while uninsured, and failing to stop after an accident.

    He was jailed for six months and disqualified from driving for 15 months by Worcester Crown Court.

  10. Brexit: 'No immediate implications' for EU students says university

    The vote to leave the EU will have "no immediate implications for students or staff who are European Union or EEA nationals", the University of Worcester says.

    The university says it currently has 441 students from the European Union out of a total student population of 11,151

    The students come from 27 of the 28 EU countries.

    University of Worcester
    Quote Message: Over the next weeks and months the practical implications of the result of the referendum will unfold and the university will make sure that colleagues, students and prospective students are kept as well informed as is possible on all directly relevant matters." from Professor David Green Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive
    Professor David GreenVice Chancellor and Chief Executive
  11. Brexit: More of your reactions on social media

    Here are some more of the comments you've been making about the EU vote on BBC Hereford & Worcester's Facebook page:

    Quote Message: The overwhelming message here is that we don't trust our government to tell us the truth or to make the right decision for the ordinary man in the street." from Rachel W-Sun
    Rachel W-Sun
    Quote Message: Now watch the Dutch and French etc follow." from Vera Gauden
    Vera Gauden
    Quote Message: Too many people focused on immigration." from Linda Newport
    Linda Newport
    Quote Message: Oh dear... I go to sleep for a few hours and look what happens." from Richard Macpherson
    Richard Macpherson
  12. Latest: Big Brexit vote in the two counties; Boris 'the man to beat' says MP; triple child killer denied parole

    BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - Both Herefordshire and Worcestershire vote decisively in favour of Brexit

    - Hereford Tory MP Bill Wiggin says Boris Johnson is "the one to beat" in the contest to be the next PM

    - Government minister Sajid Javid says it was as "honour" to serve under David Cameron

    - A man who killed three children and impaled their bodies on railings is denied parole

  13. Triple child killer denied parole

    BBC News England

    A man who killed three children in Worcester and impaled their bodies on garden railings has his application for release from prison turned down.

    David McGreavy was jailed for life in 1973 for the murders of four-year-old Paul Ralph, two-year-old Dawn and nine-month-old Samantha.  

    David McGreavy
  14. How Leave campaigners won it

    BBC Politics

    The UK has voted to quit the European Union following a referendum on its membership. So how did the Leave campaign win?  

    From turnout among older voters to the "big beasts" of politics, here's an eight-point guide to how the Leave campaign won the lion's share of the vote.

    Battle bus
  15. West Midlands Leave campaign celebrates

    BBC Midlands Today

    Herefordshire and Worcestershire both gave their backing to Brexit - here's how some Leave supporters at the regional count in the West Midlands celebrated the win.

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    Video caption: West Midlands Leave campaign celebrates after win
  16. On Midlands Today this lunchtime: Reacting to the referendum result

    Giles Latcham

    BBC Midlands Today

    This lunchtime on Midlands Today, we'll be reflecting and analysing the way the West Midlands voted in the European Union referendum - and the fall-out from the vote. 

    Vote Leave campaigners

    We'll criss-cross the region and we'll also hear the questions now being faced after the vote by farmers and food and drink exporters.

    Join us from the slightly later time of 13:45 on BBC One.