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Divorcee forced to repay £26k benefits

05 September 2017
Divorcee forced to repay £26k benefits

Divorcee forced to repay £26k benefits

05 September 2017

A GRASPING divorcee who claimed benefit payments despite receiving a settlement of more than a quarter of a million pounds has been ordered to pay back…


Child neglect reports hit record high in Warwickshire

02 September 2017
Child neglect reports hit record high in Warwickshire

Child neglect reports hit record high in Warwickshire

02 September 2017

REPORTS of child neglect referred to police and social services in Warwickshire have reached record numbers as people grow more willing to raise concerns,…


Long wait for trial of man who denies Warwick robbery

28 August 2017
Long wait for trial of man who denies Warwick robbery

Long wait for trial of man who denies Warwick robbery

28 August 2017

A MAN alleged to have carried out armed robberies at a Warwick petrol station and a village store on the same night will not stand trial until July next…


On your marks for Rotary duck race

25 August 2017
On your marks for Rotary duck race

On your marks for Rotary duck race

25 August 2017

PARK-GOERS will be treated to a sea — or rather, river — of yellow today, Saturday, as thousands of rubber ducks race down the Avon for charity, writes…


Duck racers prepare for big event

25 August 2017
Duck racers prepare for big event

Duck racers prepare for big event

25 August 2017

PARK-GOERS will be treated to a sea — or rather, river — of yellow tomorrow, as thousands of rubber ducks race down the Avon for charity. It is the second…


Going to Wonderland with Tread the Boards

17 August 2017
Going to Wonderland with Tread the Boards

Going to Wonderland with Tread the Boards

17 August 2017

Oliver Payne interviews John-Robert Partridge, the director for Tread the Boards production of Alice in Wonderland which runs until 3 rd September at…


Man seen hiding knives up his sleeves

15 August 2017
Man seen hiding knives up his sleeves

Man seen hiding knives up his sleeves

15 August 2017

A MAN was allegedly seen with knives hidden up his sleeves, as well as arguing with several people in the street, in Henley-in-Arden, on Friday night…


Child abuser was taking pictures outside schools

15 August 2017
Child abuser was taking pictures outside schools

Child abuser was taking pictures outside schools

15 August 2017

A CONVICTED child abuser was found to have been using his phone to take pictures of children outside schools and in parks near where he lives before being…


Footballer fails to turn up at court to face driving ban

08 August 2017
Footballer fails to turn up at court to face driving ban

Footballer fails to turn up at court to face driving ban

08 August 2017

AN Aston Villa footballer has been banned from driving for six months after he was found guilty of two driving offences, writes Josh Payne . Left-back…


Did you mean ‘panoramic?’

28 July 2017
Did you mean ‘panoramic?’

Did you mean ‘panoramic?’

28 July 2017

VISITORS to the Recreation Ground in Stratford-upon-Avon may have spotted a typo of panoramic proportions outside The Riverbank coffee and wine bar. A…


Travellers leave housing estate

26 July 2017
Travellers leave housing estate

Travellers leave housing estate

26 July 2017

A group of travellers who pitched up on the green at Hatton Park near Warwick yesterday have now moved on after being issued with a direction to leave…


REVIEW: Titus Andronicus at RSC

20 July 2017
REVIEW: Titus Andronicus at RSC

REVIEW: Titus Andronicus at RSC

20 July 2017

Steve Sutherland reviews Titus Andronicus which runs at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre until 2nd September TRUTH be told, when the RSC announced some while…


Suspended prison sentence for music festival treasurer

15 July 2017
Suspended prison sentence for music festival treasurer

Suspended prison sentence for music festival treasurer

15 July 2017

THE disgraced former treasurer of Kineton Music Festival, who spent £23,000 of the festival's money on ‘mad spending sprees’, will not go to prison, writes…


REVIEW: Having a laugh at Vice Versa

13 July 2017
REVIEW: Having a laugh at Vice Versa

REVIEW: Having a laugh at Vice Versa

13 July 2017

Chipping Campden student Molly Gisbourne reviews Vice Versa, on at the RSC’s Swan Theatre until 9 th September The opening scene of Vice Versa will make…


Church pensioner jailed for historic abuse

11 July 2017
Church pensioner jailed for historic abuse

Church pensioner jailed for historic abuse

11 July 2017

A LAY reader at a church who sexually abused a teenage boy in the 1990s was arrested after the offences came to light when his victim made a complaint…


Woman denies injuring officer

14 June 2017
Woman denies injuring officer

Woman denies injuring officer

14 June 2017

A WOMAN accused of injuring a police motorcyclist whose legs and pelvis were broken in a crash is expected to stand trial in September, writes our court…


Man fraudulently raises £2,500 for cat deaths

12 June 2017
Man fraudulently raises £2,500 for cat deaths

Man fraudulently raises £2,500 for cat deaths

12 June 2017

A STRATFORD man was arrested for fraud after falsely claiming he lost three cats in a house fire. A GoFundMe page was set up where hundreds of people…


REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors

22 May 2017
REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors

REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors

22 May 2017

Lee Holt reviews Little Shop of Horrors, The Bear Pit, 14th April Dynamik Theatre's Little Shop of Horrors was opened by Nina Rose Naylor, Katy Reynard…


Apartheid drama is spellbinding and intense

12 May 2017
Apartheid drama is spellbinding and intense

Apartheid drama is spellbinding and intense

12 May 2017

Georgina Fuller reviews The Island at The Theatre, Chipping Norton, which runs until 20 th May In 1970, a group of inmates, including the legendary Nelson…


Herald weekend fixtures guide

23 October 2015
Herald weekend fixtures guide

Herald weekend fixtures guide

23 October 2015

Stratford men's hockey firsts are at home to Coalville Town in Men's Midland Two, and the ladies firsts are also on home turf against Worcester. The full…


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