A KEY witness to the tragic death of a woman who was hit by a train as she crossed the rail tracks at Barnt Green Station on Thursday has contacted police.
The woman, who was aged 29 and from Dublin, died after being struck by a train at around 6.55am on Thursday, February 9. The death is not believed to be suspicious and witness reports say she was seen trying to cross the tracks with a man when she was struck.
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POLICE and relatives of a mother-of-seven from Dudley, who has been missing for almost 20 years, are hoping a new-born grandchild will prompt someone to come forward with information.
West Midlands Police and relatives of Patricia Lashley are asking for new information which could assist the on-going investigation into her disappearance in September 1998.
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TEN people have been made redundant following the sudden closure of a Kidderminster golf club.
The Shuttle reported this week that liquidators have moved in to Burlish Park Golf Club, in Zortech Avenue, earlier this month as a result of financial problems suffered by the company.
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SHOP bought curries are never going to be the finest of delicacies but some are a lot worse than others.
For one unlucky Redditch resident his convenient Tesco meal turned out to be anything but. The Chicken tikka Masala, which comes with a warning that it may contain whole spices which should be removed prior to consumption, came with something else extra - an entire J-cloth.
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A MAN was left with a serious head injury after falling from a scooter in Halesowen on Thursday afternoon.
Emergency services were called to the scene on Manor Lane in Halesowen at 2.15pm on Thursday, February 9.
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FLY tippers have dumped a huge array of rubbish in picturesque Kinver.
A member of the public was shocked to find countless black bags, plastic containers strewn across Wigley Bank Road.
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