Saturday, 04 July 2015

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  • Following in CHUM's famous footsteps

    03:45 | 4/7/15
    Toronto Star
    I believe it was an old warehouse where pharmaceuticals were stored at one time, prior to (CHUM Ltd. co-founder) Allan Waters purchasing it in the 1950s (the station moved there in 1959). more»
  • Commemorative garden in Norton to open this month

    01:07 | 4/7/15
    Worcester News
    The competition was organised by the Norton Worcestershire Regiment Group. The focus was on designing a garden that would commemorate the Norton Barracks and the soldiers of the Worcestershire Regiment who were based there from 1881 to 1962. more»
  • Worcester vet group expands

    00:51 | 4/7/15
    Worcester News
    With help from the Royal Bank of Scotland, the company has purchased veterinary group Arden Forest Veterinary, which owned practices in Stratford-upon-Avon, Henley-in-Arden and Alcester. more»
  • Rotary Club donates to charities supporting their local community

    00:45 | 4/7/15
    Hereford Times
    Gordon Ames from the PNCS also thanked the Rotary Club saying ”This money will go towards a staff room for the support group's warehouse project based in Presteigne.” Julia Roberts of the Tower House Gallery added “ We greatly appreciate the work the ... more»
  • Worcestershire players "pretty distraught" after Nottinghamshire defeat: Matt ...

    23:03 | 3/7/15
    Worcester News
    "As I keep telling myself, how good this group of cricketers can be in three years keeps me going because I really do believe these experiences, although on the surface they don't look great, will put us in good stead in the future. more»
  • Worcestershire players distraught after Nottinghamshire defeat: Matt Mason

    22:41 | 3/7/15
    Worcester News
    "As I keep telling myself, how good this group of cricketers can be in three years keeps me going because I really do believe these experiences, although on the surface they don't look great, will put us in good stead in the future. more»
  • First Great Western rail services likely to be hit with changes or ...

    22:04 | 3/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Capacity will be limited and trains will be very busy, it said. The company said an overtime ban on Saturday, July 11 could also mean late notice changes or possible cancellations. more»
  • Right to buy scheme for social housing is unfair

    22:04 | 3/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    TO GIVE away highly sought-after social housing under an extension of Right to Buy is astonishing for all the reasons stated in yesterday's article 'Housing boss totally against expanded Right to Buy policy'. more»
  • Centre for addicts has a promising start

    21:05 | 3/7/15
    The Oxford Times
    Facilities include a room for groups to meet and an area for people to use computers for education and training. Miss Wallace added: “We have created a really warm, welcoming space with lots of inspirational art on the walls. more»
  • Plea as 59-year-old man goes missing

    20:03 | 3/7/15
    Oxford Mail
    Inspector Roni Koshi said: “There are concerns for Stephen's welfare and I would ask anyone who may have seen him or know of his whereabouts to get in contact with Thames Valley Police as a matter of urgency. more»
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