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  2. A man in his fifties sadly died at an address in St John’s Court close to Hereford's Edgar Street football stadium on Friday evening just after 10pm A 43-year-old man from Hereford was arrested on suspicion of manslaughter. This is an ongoing onvestigation and the police urge anyone with information to call 101 quoting incident 724i of 25092020 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
  3. A woman has been charged with murder following an incident in Cradley Hereford. Laura Van Marle, aged 40, of no fixed address, was today (Sunday 27 September) charged with the murder of 69-year-old Susanna Van Marle. She was also charged with causing grievous bodily harm to a 73-year-old man. Both charges relate to an incident which occurred yesterday (Saturday 26 September) at approximately 2am at an address on Finchers Corner in Cradley. Detective Chief Inspector Leighton Harding said:
  4. Last week
  5. We have teamed up with our good friends at Charcuterie who are offering fabulous prize worth over £100 to celebrate their 1st Anniversary on October 1st. 🥂🍾🎉 Prize contains: One Party box, Two hampers, One Bottle of Kvass. To be in with a chance of winning simply head over to our Facebook Page HERE 1. LIKE Charcuterie & Hereford Voice 2. TAG a Friend 🙋‍♀️🙋‍♂️ 3. COMMENT - Tell us who you would share this superb prize with? A winner will be chosen at random from all valid entries on Wednesday 30th September 2020. Prize to be collected from the Charcuterie
  6. Police were called at around 2am this morning (Saturday 26 September) to Cradley in Hereford, reports that a 69-year-old woman had been stabbed. The ambulance service attended but the woman was sadly pronounced dead at the scene. A 40-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody at this time. Detective Chief inspector Leighton Harding said: “Officers quickly made an arrest at the scene but enquiries are still ongoing and we are keen to speak to anyone with more information regarding this incident. “We would like to reassure the community that th
  7. Good news! Inspiring to see doctors and scientists in important elected positions in Poland. I expect that improves policy somewhat. Now that we are out of the EU, I suppose the other 27 club members will get first refusal before we get a look in. Let's hope our corporate friends at AstraZeneca come up with the goods soon on our behalves! #SunlitUplands #NobodyIsTalkingAboutThreateningOurPlaceInTheSingleMarket
  8. GOSH!!! Who'd have thought that public health in this country was so ON IT, that it has seen fit to leak that there *may* be a Covid case in the hospital. At the height of lockdown my attempts to get the Press Office (for so it is called) of the hospital to give information about number of inpatients etc with confirmed Covid were fruitless. "No", they said, "we won't tell you anything useful about cases in the hospital, as that would be a grave transgression of the rules surrrounding complete and utter secrecy. We must keep the public in the dark about the scale of the problem. " Luckily
  9. I think the only way we are going to have a decent bloody Christmas is to kill the Turkey and have 30 people over for its funeral
  10. Polish pharmaceutical company Biomed Lublin claims to have successfully completed the production of a drug for Covid-19. With the firm saying on September 23 that its initial research “has confirmed its efficacy”, it now plans to begin non-commercial clinical trials, and – if all goes well – Poland could be the first country in the world to have an effective drug capable of neutralising the SARS-CoV-2 virus at some stage over the next few months. Biomed Lublin says that the drug is made by fractionating the plasma of healthy people – convalescents or those who had Covid-19 asym
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  12. We need to get on top of the 80% of people who are told to self isolate for 14 days and ignore it.
  13. The Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressing MPs and the whole nation on further coronavirus restrictions for England has announced a 10pm curfew in England for all pubs, bars and restaurants from Thursday. 🔹Office workers should work from home again where possible - although those in "key public services and in all professions" where this is not possible, such as construction and retail, should continue to go in. 🔹From Thursday, all pubs, bars and restaurants must offer table service only and close at 10pm - but delivery services can remain open 🔹The requirement to wear a
  14. We have received unconfirmed reports today that Herefordshire’s Wye Valley Trust have admitted a patient who is positive with Coronavirus. This is the first hospital admission in months. #HerefordNews #HerefordVoice
  15. Some facts: The bypass's cost, by the Council's own estimation (ie extremely optimistic) is 200 to 250 million. So the 2 million you want would barely scratch 1% of the total estimated cost. It would build a lot of footpaths though! In the surveying done in 2016 7% of the traffic in Hereford is through traffic on the A49. The other 93% is almost all private motor cars and light vans (amazon delivieries etc). I'm not making this up. These are the numbers that the Council will give you if you ask for them. Everyone who lives in Hereford knows that it is the school run that creates
  16. Such a terrible shame that the seeds of this tragedy were sown some 90 years previously by British foreign policy in the Middle East. That and our seemingly insatiable demand for fossil fuel energy, particularly oil, from the 1920s onwards. A tragedy for all those living in Iraq today, as well as for the innocent New Yorkers. Let's hope as we move forwards into a more independent nation we don't look to exercise military might in order to secure resources that aren't geographically ours, especially since we are making such a stink ourselves about the rights to fish in the waters around these i
  17. You may have already noticed some changes on the site, I am in the process of some nice new updates and this also includes updating the themes used by the forum, so you are not imagining it 😀 I hope to have it all complete within a week or so please bare with me and carry on using the site as normal. Colin
  18. Students from Whitecross school have been sent home to self-isolate after positive case of Covid-19 confirmed. As a result, 24 students have been told to self-isolate for 14days. Karen Wright, director of public health for Herefordshire, said: “I can confirm that a Year 7 pupil at Whitecross High School, Hereford has tested positive for Covid-19. "We would like to reassure parents and carers that we are working closely with the school and swift action has been taken to identify close contacts. “There are 24 pupils identified as close contacts and they have been sent hom
  19. Traffic & Travel: The M5 in Gloucestershire will be closed until Monday after a serious multi-vehicle crash. The motorway is closed in both directions between Junctions 9 and 11 near Tewkesbury following a serious collision in the early hours of Sunday morning. Highways England have now confirmed that the M5 will remain closed until Monday due to ‘extensive road surface damage’, meaning the road needs to be resurfaced. Motorists are advised to consider their journeys or find an alternative route. Motorists heading northbound are advised to follow solid triangle le
  20. RIP to all those people that lost their lives on that day.
  21. If you have have concerns about any business you visit not being COVID secure, you can let us know by emailing us news@herefordvoice.co.uk or leave a comment below. Maybe we can encourage Herefordshire Council to do the same by offering this service of being to report it.
  22. We are thinking about our friends in the US on this remembrance day and all those innocent people who lost their lives on 11th September 2001.
  23. West Midland Safari Park are thrilled to announce the birth of their first Indian rhinoceros calf. Arriving on Tuesday 8th September at 2:29pm, the male calf, is the first Indian rhino to be born on site in the Park’s forty-seven-year history.Deputy Head Keeper of Ungulates, Shelley Tudor, said The rhino calf’s parents, eleven-year-old Seto and twelve-year-old Rap, can often be spotted by guests at the Asiatic section of the drive-through Safari, near to the state-of-the-art Indian rhino House built at the Park in 2009. Both Seto and her calf are bonding well together in a privat
  24. The expensive changes came and went. At vast expense. In Commercial Road.
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