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In this week's Herald. . .

This week's front and back pages.
This week's front and back pages.

A REPORT calling into question the performance of Warwickshire Police has been published - and it makes, in part, for uncomfortable reading, full story and reaction on the front page of this week's Herald.

Also in this week's Herald:

  • First moves made in ArtsHouse campaign.
  • Stranger danger warning issued after primary school incident.
  • Stratford to host Living Statue world champions.
  • Read what our politicians said when approving big wheel's return.
  • Major improvements to cycle network?
  • Councillor quits after conduct complaint.
  • Pensioner attempts to live on asylum seeker fund.
  • Fourth Syrian family arrives in Stratford.
  • Homeless charity makes bid for more funding.
  • Objections over electronic ad board.
  • Groups benefit from Lottery cash.
  • Latest neighbourhood plan gets 'yes' vote.
  • KES row flares up after Beast from the East.
  • District council chief announces retirement.
  • Update on old BHS building proposals.
  • In arts, read our review of Macbeth at the RSC and we look ahead to the new Tread the Boards' season at The Attic Theatre at Cox's Yard.
  • In sport, Adams puzzled by late defeat.
  • WIN annual pass to Shakespeare's Family Houses and prize package, AND tickets to see David Tennant at the premiere of You, Me & Him.
  • PLUS: What's On Guide, latest jobs, and 11-page property guide.

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