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Elsie Urry says David McGreavy, who killed her three children in 1973, should stay in jail for life. Source: BBC Herefordshire
A HEREFORD motor dealership has welcomed its first degree-level apprentice. Source: Hereford Times
Only children's care has avoided council cuts since 2010. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Leicester's Kyle Eastmond and Worcester's Chris Pennell receive bans at an independent disciplinary panel hearing. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Bristol Bears prop forward Jack Cosgrove returns to Sixways to sign for fellow Premiership side Worcester Warriors. Source: BBC Herefordshire
New England international Ted Hill signs his first Worcester contract, 17 days after winning his first cap. Source: BBC Herefordshire
David McGreavy, jailed in 1973 for killing three children he was babysitting, is cleared for release. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Worcester Warriors managing director Gus Mackay leaves Sixways after 17 months with the Premiership club. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Leicester's Kyle Eastmond and Worcester's Chris Pennell face hearings after citings in Saturday's Premiership games. Source: BBC Herefordshire
The home secretary says a recent attack on a Syrian boy "brought back memories" of his own ordeal at school. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Gloucester run in six tries to earn a bonus-point M5 derby victory over Worcester Warriors at Kingsholm. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Police say the woman was pronounced dead at the scene at about 20:00 GMT on Friday. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Worcestershire promote Alex Gidman to first-team coach, as Kevin Sharp takes on backroom role. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Jason Nellist is 'detained without limit of time' after stabbing his mother Julie Clark to death. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Victor Nealon, who served 17 years in jail, was freed by DNA evidence. Source: BBC Herefordshire
Many women are refusing information from police that could save their lives - why? Source: BBC Herefordshire

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