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Short film details ambulance service's transformation

2:42pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

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WITH all elements of healthcare facing significant change the West Midlands’ ambulance service has released a short film detailing its past, present and future.

Council stalwart will be 'sorely missed'

12:32pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

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IT is the end of an era for Moreton Town Council after one of its longest-serving councillors stepped down after 31 years of service.

Stately car boot sale at Cornbury Park

12:17pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

THERE could be up to 100 upmarket stalls for shoppers to browse at a stately car boot sale next month.

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Sport

Pershore keep up hopes of fourth with victory over Shipston

2:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Cotswold Journal: England Sevens call-up for Worcester foursome

TWO much-improved Midlands Three West (South) rugby sides clashed in Wyre Piddle with Pershore holding off Shipston-on-Stour.

Phoenix look to improve on their Premier Division debut

12:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

PERSHORE Phoenix are looking forward to their second season in the British Dragonboat Association National League Premier Division, starting at Liverpool on Sunday, May 4.

Gold for Alex Gregory at GB team trials

12:00pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

OLYMPIC champion and former Evesham club ace Alex Gregory won at the GB Rowing team senior trials.

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Business

Sunny days again for Holiday Inn hotel

2:27pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

THE four star, 110-bedroom Holiday Inn Bromsgrove has been acquired out of administration by Kew Green Hotels. Previous owner Pedersen (Bromsgrove) Ltd collapsed in October last year as part of a multi-failure in the Pedersen group, whose affected hotels were described at the time as "well run and generating profits unable to service the level of debt finance owed".

Worcester Bosch wins top training award

2:09pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

Cotswold Journal: HOT STUFF: Allan Ovington (centre) with the current group of Worcester Bosch Group gas apprentices at the Advanced Technology Campus in Brierley Hill.

AWARD winning central heating giant Worcester Bosch Group has been recognised for its commitment to staff training and apprenticeships. The boiler company from Cotswold Way has been presented with a Champions for Apprentices’ training award at Birmingham Metropolitan College's Employer STAR Awards. The event at the college campus in Birmingham city centre recognised a range of businesses for their commitment to developing staff and celebrating the contribution they make to training their employees.

National Accident to float on AIM

10:27am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

NATIONAL Accident Helpline, which has its headquarters at Kidderminster, is to float on AIM, the London Stock Exchange’s international market for smaller growing companies. Its chief executive Russell Atkinson said the business will offer an "attractive yield" for investors and the move, which is expected to take place in May, came at a "natural time" in its development.

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