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Non-native species pose a threat to the adder population at a beauty spot, the National Trust says.
Premiership club Worcester Warriors release Scotland stand-off Tom Heathcote after his succession of head injuries.
Her attacker may have sought medical attention after he fled the scene in Droitwich, police say.
Worcestershire avoid defeat for the first time this season after Surrey's teenage spinner Amar Virdi takes 6-105.
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics West Midlands.
Tens of thousands of pounds is being spent on a low bridge in Worcestershire.
The Labour peer admits the cartoon is in "poor taste" as he apologises to the new home secretary.
Guinness World Records could not verify their first bid after film footage of the game was lost.
England Lions batsman Joe Clarke hits 157 as Worcestershire's batsmen come good against Surrey at The Oval.
Worcestershire's Daryl Mitchell hits an unbeaten 77 in reply to Surrey skipper Rory Burns' 193 out of 434 at The Oval.
Captain Rory Burns bats out the first day at The Oval with an unbeaten century as Surrey make Worcestershire toil.
A coroner said Callum Cartlidge's death would have been prevented if a blood test had been done.
Team news as Northampton host Worcester in Saturday's Premiership fixture at Franklin's Gardens (16:00 BST).
The 11-year-old boy was not badly hurt and is recovering at home, police say.
The Green Party was the only party to gain, taking a seat from the city's Conservative mayor.
Harry Boniface, who has "profound" learning difficulties, had to leave the show his father was in.
Five-year-old border collie Dyno finds a new home with a member of Severn Area Rescue Association.
A medical expert said the test would have identified Callum Cartlidge's rare disease.
Elections are being held in 150 English local authorities, as well as six mayoral contests.
Louis Baker said: "I just didn't want my wife and unborn son to die at the side of the road"