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  • Hereford United 1 Yeovil Town 2

    Tuesday, January 14, 2003 HEREFORD United crashed out of the FA Trophy at the third round stage last night after a suffering a 2-1 defeat in a hard-fought clash with holders and Conference leaders Yeovil Town at Edgar Street. The Bulls paid a heavy price

  • Course offering stepping stone to new career

    A GARDEN design course starting on January 25 at Holme Lacy College, Hereford, is perfectly timed for keen gardeners. At the end of the eight-week course, students will be ready not only to plan but plant up their new garden during the spring and summer

  • City hosting annual national conference for rural businesses

    HEREFORD is to host an important national conference in March. More than 100 delegates from all over the country will be visiting the city for the 34th annual conference of the Institute of Agricultural Secretaries and Administrators (IagSA), the professional

  • College offering free help to get farmers on line

    FREE help is being given by Holme Lacy College, Hereford, to farmers and rural businesses to get online. The college is also offering a free online service called on business to access information, including thousands of easily searchable contacts, initiatives

  • County company on the up

    A COUNTY company that helped build Hereford's new hospital and magistrates court is selling itself worldwide. Pembridge based Kingspan Insulation has created 75 new jobs over the past six months, with another 55 on the way. Turnover leapt 25% last year

  • Witness appeal after man found dead

    POLICE in Hereford are appealing for witnesses following the death of a man who was found collapsed in the public toilets in Bewell Street, Hereford around 6.10pm last evening, Tuesday, January 14. The man, who is believed to be in his late 20s but has

  • Power of supermarket hitting traditional butchery trade

    THE power of the supermarket is hitting the butchery trade as hard as the corner shop. A sign of the rapidly changing times was shown when a competition launched by the Meat and Livestock Commission for young apprentices attracted only one entry from

  • New strategy to aid food safety

    A NEW initiative to promote the links between clean cattle and meat safety was being launched at ADAS Rosemaund, Preston Wynne, today (Thursday). Iain MacDonald, new chair of the Meat Hygiene Advisory Committee and an agency board member, launched the