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Hereford flats raided over concerns for safety and wellbeing

Jacobs Court, Commercial Road, Hereford. 1721_6001.

FLATS in a Hereford street were raided by police and council officials over concerns for the wellbeing of people living there.

6:02am Tuesday 30 May 2017

Primary School benefits from faster broadband thanks to council scheme

Celebrating the faster broadband speeds are (l-r) Cllr Barry Durkin; Emma Marriage, reception teacher at Ashperton Primary Academy; Cllr Harlow, cabinet member for economy and corporate services and Ashperton Primary Academy pupilsPhoto: Chas Breton.

A PRIMARY school is the latest to benefit from faster broadband speeds thanks to a council scheme.

3:31pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Council will be flying its flags at half-mast today following Manchester Arena terror attack

Police have sought to reassure people in Herefordshire and the rest of the force area

POLICE across the force will be reviewing security measures in light of last night's terror attack in Manchester.

11:01am Tuesday 23 May 2017

This week's Hereford Times letters

This week's Hereford Times letters

READ this week's Hereford Times letters here.

9:51am Thursday 25 May 2017

Council approves controversial allowance increase

Herefordshire Council's Conservative leader Tony Johnson will be paid £29,692 for his role – up from £29,418 – following the highly-charged debate

OPPOSITION leaders accused the county council’s Conservative administration of "providing jobs for the boys" after the ruling group blocked a proposal to increase allowances’ at a nil cost to tax payers.

3:34pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Ellie Chowns (Green Party) - Election address for North Herefordshire

Ellie Chowns (Green Party) - Election address for North Herefordshire

I am standing for the Green Party, standing up for Herefordshire, and standing up for what matters: a fairer society and a greener future.

6:30am Friday 26 May 2017

Project launched to highlight the importance of libraries

Clare West Chair of JAHL congratulating exhibition designer Wiz Davies of Impact Print

A PROJECT has been launched aiming to highlight the importance of libraries to the county.

3:31pm Wednesday 24 May 2017

Licence suspended at restaurant following immigration raid

Immigration officials at Jalsagor in St Owen Street

A HEREFORD restaurant has had its licence suspended following an immigration raid.

12:49pm Friday 26 May 2017

Former Hereford MP Paul Keetch has died aged 56

Former Hereford MP, Paul Keetch has died aged 56

FORMER county MP Paul Keetch has died aged 56.

4:57pm Thursday 25 May 2017

Drama inspired by a grandfather's war

Claire Coache

Like a lot of men at the time, Lisle Turner's grandfather said very little about his experiences service in the North Africa campaign during WWII. But when Lisle was an older teenager and spending summers in Northumberland and that changed.

4:11pm Thursday 25 May 2017
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