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Less than a third of Worcestershire primary schools have kitchens

3:38pm Saturday 19th April 2014

LESS than a third of primary schools in Worcestershire have their own kitchen.

First mainstream free school given go-ahead for Worcestershire

9:57am Saturday 19th April 2014

Worcester News: Headteacher Pamela Leek-Wright with students from Holy Trinity International School, which will become a free school in September.

THE first mainstream free school will be created in Worcestershire this September after Holy Trinity International school was given the go-ahead by the Department for Education.

Worcester's Game of Thrones star praised

9:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

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WORCESTER'S Game of Thrones star Kit Harington has been praised for the way he has handled his "huge break" by his tormentor-in-chief from the series.

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Bath v Worcester Warriors

2:14pm Saturday 19th April 2014

WARRIORS are in Bath for a vital Aviva Premiership clash as they reach the last chance saloon in their bid to avoid the drop. Our live blog will follow all the twists and turns at The Rec this afternoon in what is a must-win game for Dean Ryan's men.

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2:27pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Worcester News: North Ferriby United v Worcester City

ETHAN Moore's penalty earns Worcester a City a share of the spoils against 10-man Brackley Town at Aggborough.

Fit-again all-rounder hopes to build on fine start

12:00pm Saturday 19th April 2014

Worcester News: GARETH ANDREW: Injury blow.

GARETH Andrew is confident he can put two years of injury problems behind him and help lead Worcestershire to more success this season.

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New business networking hub under starters orders at Worcester Racecourse

3:12pm Friday 18th April 2014

Worcester News: Networking hub chairman Chris Hulme with Worcester's MP Robin Walker and networking guests Gemma Robinson and Laura Gurney

MORE than 40 business people attended the first meeting in Worcester of the Worcestershire Networking Business Hub, which has been formed to improve business communication across the county. Held at Worcester Racecourse, the Hub was given an official send-off by Worcester's MP Robin Walker, who was guest speaker.

Volunteers on track for jobs at Severn Valley Railway

12:44pm Friday 18th April 2014

Worcester News: Volunteer fireman Ryan Green cleaning locomotive No. 4566

IT'S full steam ahead at Severn Valley Railway after more than 100 people registered their interest in volunteering at the heritage attraction during a job fair. The Railway hosted a volunteer job fair at Kidderminster Station to coincide with its members and shareholders weekend. Jobs on offer included train crew, booking offices, footplate/motive power department, SVR charitable trust, carriage and wagon and station staff.

Robin Walker backs campaign to mentor promising students

11:30am Friday 18th April 2014

ROBIN Walker has thrown his weight behind a Government initiative for business leaders to mentor promising students in their fledgling careers. The Worcester MP, who campaigns on education and skills as a former businessman, is backing the announcement by skills and enterprise minister Matthew Hancock, that under new guidance for schools, pupils will be inspired and mentored by employers and business leaders to pursue ambitious careers.

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