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Model patient: Brave Aletia beats the odds to achieve her teenage dream

Model patient: Brave Aletia beats the odds to achieve her teenage dream

Rosie with Janet Legge. 1534_6001

Party to celebrate popular donkey's 40th birthday on Monday

Ross-on-Wye market house.

Town council looks for market ideas

Liz Connors has died at the age of 55

Dedicated worker will be missed

Paul Hooton, deputy director of nursing, and Anna Llewellin, lead nurse.

Nurses to be offered £1,000 'golden hello' as part of Wye Valley NHS Trust recruitment campaign

Travellers at Ross car park have been paying for their parking, council said.

Travellers at Ross car park have been paying for their parking, council said

A glimpse of World War Two – a model B17, one of the attractions at the Much Marcle Model Show.

Herefordshire air shows unaffected by rule changes following Shoreham tragedy

The panel at Thursday's public meeting. From left, DCI Leighton Harding, Superintendent Susan Thomas, Councillor Chris Chappell, Councillor Laura Hall, Councillor Graham Powell and Helen Coombes.

Mother of murdered Hereford man Christian Bagley makes heartbreaking plea for security on the Great Western Way

CRW Carpets, Edgar Street

Crucial concession for link road dispute site

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Members enjoy the afternoon tea party held at Hampton Park Church on August 18

Tupsley Townswomen's Guild enjoys an event filled session

The Lord Lieutenants take the salute

Army Cadets receive new banners

Ken Nottage, chief executive of the Three Counties Agricultural Society, and Helen Thomas, managing director of Westons Cider at the launch

Cider firm to sponsor Malvern Autumn Show

The exhibition enthralled young and old alike

Model railway exhibition proves enormous success for Ross Rotary

Teenagers who will soon be heading to college and university are being urged to take up a vaccination to protect them from meningitis and septicaemia.

Herefordshire students urged to take up the Men ACWY vaccination

Leomister care home reaches for the top

Worcester Crown Court.

Rugby coach's £15,604 fraud

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One in Eight's "one in a million"

Eric Joseph (front) with Much Birch residents unhappy with speeding along Tump Lane. 1534_4001. (36501475)

Villagers call for more speed restrictions after woman is a victim of a hit and run

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Sara Garbutt back with Toby.

Pooch reunited as nurse helps stray

Argument over takeaway led to violence

Argument over takeaway led to violence

Misery of rain at Madresfield. Photo by Jan Long

Misery of rain at Madresfield

The panel at tonight's meeting.

Public meeting to discuss community concerns in Hereford

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The 'Majors Arms' team compete in last year's hop pocket race. Photo: DENIS TEAL

Hop Festival returns to town

Trust vows to explore options to prevent Bromyard hospital ward closure

Trust vows to explore options to prevent Bromyard hospital ward closure

Horses evacuated from horse box at the side of the road

Horses evacuated from horse box at roadside

Would you choose a Hereford bull sculpture...or something else?

Online poll: Which would you choose to be made into a sculpture in Hereford?

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Free sessions will help trace family history

Coffee in Hereford store for Macmillan

Jo Hilditch

Herefordshire farmer to appear on Dragons' Den

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Travellers move into council car park

Travellers move into council car park

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Your Herefordshire County Times: Abbeydore to Woolhope, August 27, 2015

Your Herefordshire County Times: Abbeydore to Woolhope, August 27, 2015

Group raises £55,000 for charity

Group raises £55,000 for charity

Trial date set for woman charged with murder

Trial date set for woman charged with murder

The litter pickers at Yazor Brook

Litter pick at Yazor Brook

Hundreds of Strongbow cans were spread across the road

Large cider spillage closes busy roundabout

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England captain Keryn Seal in action against Germany last night. Photo: OLI BIDDLE

IBSA Blind Football European Championships: Turkey 1 England 2

The flower bed afterwards.

Councillor takes to gardening to tidy up town

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The Herefordshire Archive and Records Centre.

Cutting-edge archive building opens its doors in Hereford

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Malcolm Johns, general assistant, Darren Milward, director, Shirley Alexander, student, Shevron Bircher, student and Alex Bielecki, IT tutor, before the shave.

Brave shavers at Wye Learn

Big crowds are the hope for Ledbury Carnival

Big crowds are the hope for Ledbury Carnival

Young film maker launches crowd funding project

Young film maker launches crowd funding project

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Campaign against temporary hospital ward closure

Campaign against temporary hospital ward closure

Police directing traffic at St Owen's Cross

Update: Road cleared at St Owen's Cross following collision

Rebecca Edmonds. (36388760)

Daughter says delayed diagnosis led to mother's health deteriorating

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Tree falls on electricity cable

Tree falls on electricity cable

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Rob Purdie scored the winning goal for Hereford in Saturday's dramatic game against Rocester

Hereford FC 4 Coleshill Town 5

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A public meeting is to take place on Thursday.

Public meeting with police following Great Western Way attacks

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Jumping for the hospice are 17-year-old Ryan (left) and Marcus, 21.

Brothers will leap for St Michael's Hospice

Despairing residents have had no mobile phone coverage for three weeks

Despairing residents have had no mobile phone coverage for three weeks

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Dorothy Beavan who has celebrated her 105th birthday at Stretton Nursing Home, Burghill. Dorothy with her card from the Queen. 1534_3001. Photo: James Maggs.

Two world wars, the sinking of the Titanic, votes for women and man's first trip to the moon - Herefordshire resident has lived through them all

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