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Steve is 250,000th through Wasps' turnstiles

Steve is 250,000th through Wasps' turnstiles

Steve also enjoyed a pre-match meal, and a question-and-answer session with a Wasps player. He said: “Being guest of honour was a fantastic day from start…


MURDER TRIAL LATEST: Accused had twice legal limit of alcohol in his blood

MURDER TRIAL LATEST: Accused had twice legal limit of alcohol in his blood

Kate Brunner QC, prosecuting, has told the jury a 999 call was made from Mr Cornet’s home at shortly after 11pm, and paramedics arrived to find him lying…


Warwick veteran gets prestigious award

Warwick veteran gets prestigious award

The Pottertons worker of 30 years was ‘volunteered’ for the post by his late wife Eileen and initially was assistant mace bearer. This entailed carrying…


Homeowners urged to test smoke alarms

Homeowners urged to test smoke alarms

Nationally, there were more than 160 deaths from accidental fires in the home last year. By simply testing smoke alarms, many more lives could be saved.  


Alcester boss unhappy with early call-off

Alcester boss unhappy with early call-off

With the sun shining, Robbins requested a second inspection closer to kick off time, but this request was rejected by the hosts. Robbins said: “I was…


Airfield businesses issued with eviction notices

Airfield businesses issued with eviction notices

Without the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) licence held by Radarmoor, flying businesses on at the airfield will no longer be able to operate. The letter…


Town's clash at Dunstable postponed

Town's clash at Dunstable postponed

The referee's report said: "Pitch already hard even though in the sun. Shaded areas in front of dugouts are solid. Temperature of -1C forecast for 6pm,…


Airfield businesses receive huge backing

Airfield businesses receive huge backing

In reaction to the news, Stratford District Council have launched a feasibility study to assess the impact losing such businesses could have on the area…


Keeping in tune with the Shakespeare Hospice

Keeping in tune with the Shakespeare Hospice

The musicians recently handed over the charity cash to Doug Burns from the Shakespeare Hospice.


Hatton Park murder trial opens in Warwick

Hatton Park murder trial opens in Warwick

Prosecutor Kate Brunner QC told the jury of eight women and four men: “This case is about a fatal stabbing. It was on the 2 nd of May 2015, at a little…


Warwick Castle unveils holiday lodges

Warwick Castle unveils holiday lodges

Woodland Lodges sleep up to five guests in two bedrooms (one double bed, one set of bunk beds, plus pull out bed) and are set on one floor. Knight’s Lodges…


Fresh bid to prevent prestigious park being cut in two

Fresh bid to prevent prestigious park being cut in two

But he said the current plan for an open, retained cutting that effectively split it in two did not fully preserve the site’s utility, despite it being…


Bears continue excellent progress

Bears continue excellent progress

First up for Warwickshire were the Angels of the North, in a game that saw the lead change throughout the contest. After coming back so strongly, the…


Former senior policeman seeks crime commissioner job

Former senior policeman seeks crime commissioner job

In a strategic capacity he introduced a structure of safer neighbourhood teams who worked closely with their communities, addressing issues of local concern.…


Houses could bring bus services to a standstill warn transport chiefs

Houses could bring bus services to a standstill warn transport chiefs

Meanwhile representatives from Johnsons Coach and Bus Travel said that unless there was more joined up thinking about the town’s infrastructure they didn’t…


Weekend football round-up

Weekend football round-up

Jay Tilbury, Ben Hill and Sam Davis were also on target for the league leaders. The only other division three game to go ahead saw second-placed Leamington…


Murder trial into Warwick man's death begins

Murder trial into Warwick man's death begins


Agreement reached to save estate trees

Agreement reached to save estate trees

On Friday, land owners St Modwen agreed to meet with residents to resolve the issue. Sapper Close resident Stephen Gibson said: “We met with the estate…


Tiny barbers have real global appeal

Tiny barbers have real global appeal

He’s made 40 so far and some of them have been photographed at locations around the world where you just wouldn’t expect to find a nine centimeter model…


Roadworks delayed until school holidays

Roadworks delayed until school holidays

The road was set to be closed on Monday 18th January and it was initially anticipated that work will be completed by Friday 22nd January. County councillor…


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