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Warwick hairdressers celebrate 50 years in town

A hairdressers in Warwick is celebrating being in the town for 50 years.

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Aldi in Leamington

Take a look at the refurbished Aldi store in Leamington

Aldi is promising a better shopping experience to customers at its Leamington branch after the store re-opened today following a refurbishment.

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The timetable for Kenilworth Station has been released

Timetable for Kenilworth Station released

The timetable for Kenilworth Station has been released ahead of its opening on Monday April 30.

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Severn Trent prosecutes Warwickshire company for illegal hydrant use in Leamington

Severn Trent has prosecuted a company for illegally using a hydrant in Leamington.

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Imperial Commercials. Photo by Nigel G Waller

Wellesbourne business bounces back after “heroic” actions by staff during blaze

A Wellesbourne commercial vehicle dealer has re-opened for business after its staff “responded heroically” when fire swept through a neighbouring company’s premises.

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Henry Blofeld (centre right) with (from left) Jacinta McLaughlin, Tamsin Rosewell and Judy Brook of Kenilworth Books

WATCH: Cricket legend enjoys time at Kenilworth bookshop and praises independent shops

A cricket legend enjoyed his time spent at a Kenilworth bookshop signing books and meeting fans on Saturday (April 21) - and also praised independent shops.

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Energy bills fall by up to 11 per cent compared with last year

Energy bills fall by up to 11 per cent compared with last year

New analysis of energy tariffs has shown British bills have fallen by as much as 11 per cent in the last 12 months – depending on where you live.

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Warwick Market. Photo provided by CJ's Events Warwickshire.

Ban on plastic bags to be introduced at markets in Warwick District

A ban on plastic bags is being rolled out at weekly markets across the Warwick District.

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Kenilworth Station is finally set to open

Opening date for Kenilworth Station announced

The opening date for the long-delayed Kenilworth Station has been announced.

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Traffic near Thickthorn Island at a previous horse fair

First horse fair of the year coming to Kenilworth next week

The first horse fair of the year is coming to Kenilworth next week - and residents have been warned about the amount of traffic.
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5 things employers should know about dealing with hot weather in the workplace

WITH the temperatures heating up, it can be a sweltering time for employees who are stuck behind their desk all day.

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Ciara Horne (left), with Chris Egan and Mark Ryder of Warwickshire County Council

Warwickshire businesses urged to support OVO Energy Women’s Tour

Businesses across Warwickshire are being urged to support the OVO Energy Women’s Tour when it returns to the county.

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Lorry's shifted load causes delays on M40 near Warwick

Two lanes on a stretch of the M40 near Longbridge have been closed after a load shifted on a lorry.

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Aldi in Leamington

Aldi in Leamington set for closure while it is refurbished

Budget supermarket chain Aldi’s Leamington branch is set to close for four days when it undergoes a refurbishment this month.
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Mothercare recall toy due to battery scare

Mothercare recall toy due to battery scare

Mothercare have urgently recalled a toy due to the discovery of the risk of the battery compartment coming off.

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Motorists advised to top up their tanks ahead of expected petrol price hikes

‘Fill up today’; that’s the advice from industry experts ahead of fears that petrol costs could soar.

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Kenilworth Station is a step closer to opening, according to the ORR

Top official of rail regulator 'authorises Kenilworth Station'

A top official of the national rail regulator announced he 'authorised Kenilworth Station' on social media last night (Thursday April 12).
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Cllr Kate Dickson with Archie Davies of Andrew Davies Bakery

Winners of Kenilworth spring window competition announced

The winners of the Spring Pride in Presentation Awards have been revealed.

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Paul Crowe, of Steve Crowe and Son Butchers, has changed his packaging from plastic to paper

Kenilworth butcher swaps plastic for paper

A Kenilworth butcher is taking a stand against pollution and aiming to boost sales by making the switch from plastic to paper packaging.

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FULL LIST of 81 Carpetright stores to close as firm axes 300 jobs

About 300 jobs are to be axed at Carpetright after the embattled retailer unveiled plans to shut another 81 stores and tap investors for £60 million under a sweeping restructure.

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