In this week's Herald. . .
ON our front page this week have the first picture of a structure that shows how high and how close to houses the controversial South Western Relief Road (SWRR) will be, ahead of the planning application which is expected to be submitted to the council later this week.
We also report from the first few days of the trial of an airline pilot who is accused of murdering his estranged wife at their home in Stratford-on-Avon District.
Also in this week's Herald:
- EXCLUSIVE first interview with the new political leader of Stratford-on-Avon District Council.
- The husband of former Labour cabinet minister Baroness Tessa Jowell speaks of the support the family got from a local nursing charity in her final days.
- New restaurant to open on Stratford's Union Street at the second attempt.
- Why a church on our patch is being sold at auction this week.
- Another banking giant announces it is closing a local branch - find out which one.
- Warwickshire County Council rubber stamps transport strategy.
- Woman avoids prison after stabbing her stepfather.
- Scout group fears for future as it searches for a new leader.
- PICTURES from the Shakespeare Marathon and Half Marathon, and the Bidford Vintage Fair.
- Police probe arson in Alcester.
- Oil sponsorship campaigners announce day-long protest at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
- In arts, we preview the Stratford-upon-Avon Poetry Festival and review The 39 Steps at the Bear Pit Theatre.
- All the latest news from the business community.
- WIN an afternoon tea and a night's stay at Ettington Park Hotel.
- 13-page property section.
- What's On Guide.
- In sport, Stratford Town's youth side win cup as club continues talks with new investors.
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