Footballer Lee Hughes declared bankrupt

The former West Bromwich Albion and Coventry City striker recently joined non-league Halesowen Town.

Cheltenham Festival: Native River romps to Gold Cup success

Native River romps to victory in the Gold Cup at Cheltenham to give Richard Johnson his second victory in the Festival's showpiece race.

Toads get a helping hand this breeding season

Hundreds of toads cross a road in Herefordshire on their way to a breeding lake.

Worcestershire grandfather bids to run every continent

Doug Richards was more worried about crossing the rough seas to Antarctica than about his run.

Worcestershire Royal Hospital's ambulance wait 'catastrophe'

Ambulance service bosses have warned Worcestershire Royal that patients face "significant risk of harm".

Herefordshire Council criticised by judge for child care

A judge said children had been in accommodation for "wholly inappropriate lengthy" periods of time

Weeping Window of poppies at Hereford Cathedral

More than 5,000 ceramic poppies are on display until the end of April.

Abuse victim plea for Jehovah's Witness inquiry

Sexual abuse victim Peter Saunders is part of a panel looking into abuse in religious organisations.

Regulator to quiz water firms over shortages

Ofwat expects compensation to be "fair, fast and free from hassle for customers".

Superleague Netball: Celtic Dragons 49-40 Severn Stars

Celtic Dragons claim a successive win in Superleague Netball with a 49-40 victory over Severn Stars.

Safety fears raised at Herefordshire children's home

Ofsted raised concerns about cleanliness and conditions at the unnamed residential home.

My online stalker

A victim of Callum Blake-O'Brien recalls how she received up to 100 messages, some about rape and torture.

Meghan Markle hug a 'dream come true' for girl, 10

Sophie Richards told Meghan, on a royal visit to Birmingham, she wants to be an actress like her.

M1 crash trucker's firm 'unaware' his licence was revoked

Ryszard Masierak's lorry was involved in a crash that killed eight people after he stopped in the inside lane.

Te'o to start for England in Paris

Owen Farrell will captain England for the first time in Saturday's Six Nations match against France, with regular skipper Dylan Hartley injured.

Premiership: Plan to extend season scrapped, says players' union chief

Controversial plans to extend the Premiership season are "dead in the water" according to players' union chief Damian Hopley.

Countrywide Farmers future uncertain after administration

The Evesham-based farming retailer employs more than 700 staff and says it has an uncertain future.

M1 death crash lorry driver David Wagstaff cleared of charge

David Wagstaff was on a hands-free call when his lorry hit a minibus, killing eight people.

M1 minibus crash: 'There is no life for me now'

The widow of a minibus driver killed along with seven of his passengers has spoken of her grief.

Two million households to get 'big freeze' payments

The government is set to pay out £50m in Cold Weather Payments, after last week's cold snap