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Council to reject limit on taxis

04 April 2018
Council to reject limit on taxis

Council to reject limit on taxis

04 April 2018

CALLS for a restriction on the number of so-called hackney carriages looks set to be rejected. Warwick District Council's ruling executive is to be told…


What’s in store for former hotel?

04 April 2018
What’s in store for former hotel?

What’s in store for former hotel?

04 April 2018

THE Swan Hotel in Alcester has gone up for sale, prompting calls from Alcester Chamber of Trade for it to be converted into a boutique hotel. The 400-year-old…


'It's real', say police as burglary e-fit goes viral

03 April 2018
'It's real', say police as burglary e-fit goes viral

'It's real', say police as burglary e-fit goes viral

03 April 2018

POLICE have issued this rather bizarre e-fit of a man they are looking for in connection with a distraction burglary in Stratford-upon-Avon. It is of…


Objections force re-think on 150 Hatton homes

03 April 2018
Objections force re-think on 150 Hatton homes

Objections force re-think on 150 Hatton homes

03 April 2018

THE expansion of the Hatton Park estate is on hold - for now. The plans looked set to get the go-ahead at a meeting last week. But they were withdrawn…


'All to play for' says leading Brexit expert

03 April 2018
'All to play for' says leading Brexit expert

'All to play for' says leading Brexit expert

03 April 2018

A LEADING Brexit expert has told companies that it is "all to play for" when it comes to getting a good deal for businesses as the UK withdraws from the…


Rivers back on flood alert

02 April 2018
Rivers back on flood alert

Rivers back on flood alert

02 April 2018

THE River Dene in Walton near Wellesbourne has been placed under a flood warning. It means flooding is expected and necessary action is required. Alerts…


Robots could do jobs of half our workforce

02 April 2018
Robots could do jobs of half our workforce

Robots could do jobs of half our workforce

02 April 2018

ALMOST half of Warwickshire’s workforce could be replaced by robots, a startling study has revealed. The rising tide of automation offers great opportunities…


COMMENT Why we staged 'Strexit' April Fool

01 April 2018
COMMENT Why we staged 'Strexit' April Fool

COMMENT Why we staged 'Strexit' April Fool

01 April 2018

FOR those of you who read our April Fool's Day story about a campaign group that was calling for Stratford-upon-Avon's Brexit-style independence, here's…


EXCLUSIVE Campaigners call for Stratford-upon-Avon's own Brexit

01 April 2018
EXCLUSIVE Campaigners call for Stratford-upon-Avon's own Brexit

EXCLUSIVE Campaigners call for Stratford-upon-Avon's own Brexit

01 April 2018

This story is no longer available as it was an April Fool's Day joke! For more CLICK HERE


First patient for pioneering research scheme

31 March 2018
First patient for pioneering research scheme

First patient for pioneering research scheme

31 March 2018

THE first patient has been recruited to Warwick Hospital’s pioneering 100,000 Genomes Project. Susan Villis has given her complete genetic code, known…


UPDATED Flood warnings removed, but more rain on the way

31 March 2018
UPDATED Flood warnings removed, but more rain on the way

UPDATED Flood warnings removed, but more rain on the way

31 March 2018

FLOOD warnings that were put in place on rivers in south Warwickshire after persistent rain on Friday and Saturday have been withdrawn. The River Alne…


Government cash funds first addiction clinic

31 March 2018
Government cash funds first addiction clinic

Government cash funds first addiction clinic

31 March 2018

A DRUG and alcohol community rehabilitation centre has opened in Stratford-on-Avon district. The 11-bed facility in Southam is the first in Warwickshire…


In this week's Herald. . .

29 March 2018
In this week's Herald. . .

In this week's Herald. . .

29 March 2018

IN this week's Herald we bring you another exclusive front page story revealing a £2.5m spending plan for the district, including a brand new business…


Local policing 'requires improvement' - report says

29 March 2018
Local policing 'requires improvement' - report says

Local policing 'requires improvement' - report says

29 March 2018

'THE public cannot yet be confident that Warwickshire Police is active in its prevention of crime and anti-social behaviour' – a recent inspection report…


House sparrow tops sightings in RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

28 March 2018
House sparrow tops sightings in RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

House sparrow tops sightings in RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch

28 March 2018

THE house sparrow, blue tit and starling were the top three birds spotted in Warwickshire during the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch. Some 4,931 households…


Big wheel lighting 'yet to be finalised'

27 March 2018
Big wheel lighting 'yet to be finalised'

Big wheel lighting 'yet to be finalised'

27 March 2018

THE fun fair-style light show that has been playing out in the normally quiet corner of the Stratford-upon-Avon Recreation Ground car park since last…


UPDATED Affordable housing sparks political row

27 March 2018
UPDATED Affordable housing sparks political row

UPDATED Affordable housing sparks political row

27 March 2018

A SOUTH Warwickshire MP's calls for a public meeting to debate affordable housing has sparked a political row. Matt Western, the Labour MP for Warwick…


Social media survey findings to be published

26 March 2018
Social media survey findings to be published

Social media survey findings to be published

26 March 2018

A SURVEY is being run by Warwickshire Public Health department as it moves to established the the impact of social media on young people. Ten- to 18-year-olds…


Huge jobs site included on £10b investment prospectus

24 March 2018
Huge jobs site included on £10b investment prospectus

Huge jobs site included on £10b investment prospectus

24 March 2018

A HUGE development site on the edge of Stratford-on-Avon district and where 2,300 jobs have been promised has been included on a prospectus offering up…


Lifting the lid of town's newest - and quirkiest - exhibition!

23 March 2018
Lifting the lid of town's newest - and quirkiest - exhibition!

Lifting the lid of town's newest - and quirkiest - exhibition!

23 March 2018

STRATFORD’S latest exhibition is lifting the lid on a little-discussed chapter of the town’s history. Visitors to The Old Slaughterhouse Heritage and…


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