• Quad bike accident near Ashperton - man dies of his injuries

    A MAN who was fighting for his life after his quad bike was in collision with a car near Ashperton has since died. The crash between a green Yahama quad bike and a white Fiat Sceicento happened on the A417 at around 12.30am this morning. The quad rider

  • Hereford's Greyfriars Bridge clear

    Hereford's Greyfriars Bridge is now clear. We did earlier receive reports of an accident involving a bus on the A49. Traffic is still busy throughout Hereford with queues forming on most major routes into the city.

  • Combine harvester fire in Sellack

    A COMBINE harvester caught fire near Ross-on-Wye last night. Firefighters from Ross, Whitchurch, Fownhope and Hereford were called ot a field near Sellack Village Hall at around 6pm after the fire had spread to three hectares of standing crop. Station

  • Man fights for life following quad bike accident near Ledbury

    A MAN has been taken to hospital following a collision between a quad bike and car near Ashperton. West Midlands Ambulance Service was called to the A417, shortly after 12.30am this morning. An ambulance and a rapid response car were sent to the scene

  • Clay art at Hereford's Courtyard

    HEREFORD’S Courtyard Theatre will be opening a ceramic exhibition by a London artist this week. Potter Jo Davies is the guest curator bringing a selection of clay pieces from local, national and international artists to the city. “Talking in Clay

  • Fatal accident in Herefordshire -victims named

    THE two young people who died in a traffic collision in Herefordshire last week have been named this morning. Claire Barlow, aged 24, from Presteigne, and Richard Warr, 21, from Pencombe, were both killed following an accident near Shobdon

  • Police patrols stepped up in Herefordshire

    EXTRA police patrols have been in place across Herefordshire overnight following the riots that have swept the country. A larger than normal police presence was seen in the centre of Hereford last night and around the market towns. Speaking this morning

  • Hereford man's tatoo wins top prize

    A HEREFORD man made a colourful impression at a tattoo convention when his huge Japanese mythology effort won top prize. Bill Naylor’s symbolic tattoo, which covers the majority of his back, was judged best in Large Colour during the Derby State

  • Gervase Phinn visits Ross-on-Wye

    A BEST selling writer spoke about his new publication at an event organised by Rossiter Books in Ross-on- Wye. Gervase Phinn entertained an audience of more than 150 people at the town's Baptist Church. Professor Phinn spoke about his first