12 August 2015
Bringing together a cartoon cat and mouse act during the dog days of August may sound like midsummer madness, but suddenly Labour's own Tom and Jerry are no joke.
A multi-million pound redevelopment of one of south Wales' most famous fairgrounds will go ahead after a deal on the future of the site was struck with a Worcestershire showman.
Vandals smash irreplaceable stonework in an award-winning memorial garden.
New signing Cooper Vuna scores on his debut as Worcester maintain the pressure on Bristol at the top of the Championship table.
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