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Hello, welcome to Midlands Today. The headlines tonight: A �10,000

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reward to catch the killers of a couple murdered in their own home.

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The only offer these kind of rewards in the most heinous of

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crimes. More than �35 million million worth

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of metal stolen in the past four years in the region. We have seen

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this as a massive problem. Braving the chill wind of the

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economy, how Arts businesses are And aiming high, how we can all

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enjoy some serious star-gazing this Good evening. Welcome to Friday's

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programme. A �10,000 reward is up to track down the killers of a

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murdered couple. Avtar and Carole Kolar were found by one of their

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sons, a policeman, at their home in Birmingham. Officers say they are

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following a number of significant lines of inquiry. Our correspondent

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has the latest. The savagery of the two murders has

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stunned the community in this prosperous part of Birmingham. The

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investigation is painstaking. The postmortem into the deaths of Avtar

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and Carole Kolar will now be announced tomorrow. The fact that a

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husband and wife have been murdered in their own home has prompted the

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crime stopper offer a �10,000 reward. It is really important that

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people come forward and give us information about who might have

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done this. Anybody who does give us any information either by phone or

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through our website, it will be completely anonymous. What motive

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for the killings? Little credence is being placed on the gangland

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reprisal motive due to the San's police work. No threats have been

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made to him all the family. The increasing number of street thefts

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and burglaries. We are aware of a number of gold theft within the

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area and nationally as well. We have seen an increase in doubt. It

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is a line of inquiry that we are following up a. Gold has been a

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safe investment but it is also fuelling crime with its high price.

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Many Asian families often keep gold in their homes. Street robberies as

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well and in one month last summer, 52 women fell victim to such

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robberies. Be vigilant and consider safety at all time. Make sure your

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doors and windows are locked, adequate lighting a. Things like

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that. The most important thing to remember is your possessions can be

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replaced but you cannot. The Kolars were deeply loved by their own

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family and also at a nearby school. It was also attended by the

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couple's and grandchildren. The sense of loss here today is

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enormous. Everybody is devastated. We can't believe it to. Couldn't

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believe it. In this day and age, what happens, I just don't know.

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will cope though. Yesterday morning in the playground, most of the

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children were crying. I am welling up just speaking about it, she was

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a lovely lady. Every technique available is being deployed on this

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double murder case. But it could be just local information, somebody

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with a name, a suspicion, simply picking up a telephone and calling.

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And Peter is that the West Midlands Police headquarters deceiving.

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Still no news of the postmortem? -- headquarters this evening.

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post-mortems have been carried out and I can tell you that senior

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officers to have those results but this is a very highly sensitive

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case and the police want to sit down with the whole of the Kolar

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family to discuss exactly what happened to their beloved mother

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and father. They want to make clear to the family all that information

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before the release anything. there any more emphasis on this

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investigation because it involves a police officer's family? No, far

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from it. This was always going to be a high-profile case. The murder

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of a couple murdered in their own home and some 60 detectives, that

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is really standard practice in this type of murder investigation.

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Finally, how common is it for Crimestoppers to put up a reward of

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this magnitude? It is unusual. Rewards are usually between �500-

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�1,000. But Crimestoppers kept repeating to me today that they are

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independent of the police. This money has been raised by their own

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volunteers and like so many people around the country, they have been

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affected by this murder as well and they want to put up �10,000 in

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order to encourage somebody out there to pick up the phone and make

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that call. Thank you. Police investigating the murder of

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retired teacher Betty Yates in Bewdley say people have spoken of

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seeing her walking along the riverside. Until the earliest --

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latest sighting was earlier in the day. They want to hear from anyone

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who may have seen her near the river last Monday afternoon.

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Coming up later, as plans for a new hotel for the Worcestershire

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Country Cricket Club, does the City An investigation by the Sunday

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Politics programme has found more than �35 million worth of metal has

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been stolen across the Midlands over the last four years. A number

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of MPs in the Black Country are now leading a Bill in Parliament to get

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the wall surrounding the scrap Metal - crushed in the back country,

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destined for places like China and there are huge amounts of money to

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be made which is making metal theft a big problem for police. Just this

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week, thieves stripped 200 metres of copper Telecom's cable from the

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railway here in Walsall. British Transport Police to tougher

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regulations for scrap merchant would help. It would help to

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encourage scrap merchants to be more open with their dealings with

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members of the public bringing in metal or cable. It would make them

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more accountable and make our way of tracing metal certainly much

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easier. The scale of the problem is significant. Figures released to

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the BBC's Sunday Politics programme under the Freedom of Information

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Act showed nearly 30,000 cattle theft in the region. West Mercia

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saw little theft rise by 95% and the largest single theft was to the

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tune of �100,000 in Staffordshire. One of the main examples have been

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on the tram network and British Transport Police say more than

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�300,000 worth of copper cable was stolen by thieves. It is those kind

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of incidents that the Government wants to clamp down on.

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The association that represents the scrapping organisation said asking

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for photo ID would be better than banning cash. If we tried to ban

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cash, it would drive it underground into illegal operations and

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potentially to encourage the growth of organised crime. But MPs who

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want to see an end to cash traders at scrapyard will be pushing for it

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in a private members' bill in Parliament next week.

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You can find out more about the rising problem of metal theft and

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the changes that MPs want to introduce to the trade in scrap-

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metal on the Sunday Politics programme at 12 noon on Sunday.

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A father who appealed for calm after his son was killed during the

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Birmingham riots has denied attacking a man in an alleged road

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rage case. What is it-year-old Tariq Jahan appeared at the city's

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Crown Court today to deny causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

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The charge relates to an incident in Handsworth in July, one month

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before the riots. A trial will take place in April.

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An award-winning Indian pop singer who has been living in Birmingham

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for 10 years has lost his fight against deportation. Rising star

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Garry Sandhu was removed to India last night. The UK board in just

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say say he had previously claimed asylum under a different identity

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and had gone on the run -- the UK board Agency.

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The Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi says he has been overwhelmed

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by the support he has received since he has revealed he had cancer.

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The founder member of the Birmingham heavy metal band has

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been diagnosed with the early stages of lymphoma. In a message on

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his website, he thanked fans, friends and colleagues and said he

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was eager to start his treatment. Plans are being unveiled today for

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the multi-million-pound redevelopment of Worcestershire

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County Cricket Club, and the proposal includes a brand-new hotel.

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One of the four or five that the council says the City requires. But

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with hotelier's struggling to fill rooms already, is there a need or

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desire for them? Our reporter is at Worcestershire Country Cricket Club

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now. When it is light, this is one of the best sporting views anywhere

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in the country. To imagine looking out of your hotel room window at

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the best and that could become a reality as part of a �10 million

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redevelopment plan announced today here at New Road. But as I have

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found that, it to be the first of many new hotels to open in the city.

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This is the iconic view of Worcester. A site that helps to

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bring tourists to the city, helping to fill the 400 hotel rooms already

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here. But according to research carried out by the City Council,

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Worcester needs twice as many rooms and a better standard of hotels. To

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attract both tourists and business. We think we have got a market here

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that will support more hotels, that would meet the needs of both

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business customers and those who come for leisure purposes. And so

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we are very keen to encourage hotelier's to have another look at

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the City. The findings of the report said the standard of

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Worcester's hotels are generally of a low quality. Not one has an

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official four or five-star rating. According to the Chamber of

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Commerce, changing that is vital for the city and its economy.

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Businesses in the City will use hotels outside of the city centre

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and obviously they will then spend their money outside of the city

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centre. That might be good for the people outside the city centre but

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not good for those in the city centre. Away from hotels, there's

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plenty of investment going on in Worcester including a new library,

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sporting arena and multi-million- pound retail development.

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Good afternoon, how can I help you? But the people running one of the

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city's hotels save money needs to be invested elsewhere to fill the

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already empty rooms. You get what you deserve like many things and

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the city has got the hotels it deserves. Without the

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infrastructure, the industry finds it difficult to fill the rooms that

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it has got over a 12 month period. By this time next year, there could

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be a new 120 bedroom hotel here. The first of a number in the City

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but with many of was to's current hotels running below capacity, were

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that there's a demand for them remains to be seen.

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With me is the chief executive of Worcestershire Country Cricket Club,

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David Leatherdale. You are was that man, can it cope with more hotels?

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I cannot speak for everybody but when we speak to our spectators,

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there seems to be a distinct lack of quality hotels and conference

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facilities. We hope to build something that will produce not

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just a quality hotel but facilities to allow businesses to come into

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the city and use our facilities which will be totally beneficial.

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new road is famous for cricket but also flooding and it will be right

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by the river, that must be a concern for a new hotel? It would

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have been if things had not been put in place relative to planning.

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It will be raised above the flood plain exactly like the pavilion we

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built two years ago so it gives a security. I know that the

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Environment Agency have been consulted and are happy with the

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situation and we should not have issues. What does it mean for the

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cricket club itself? It will not have Test cricket but it will bring

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bigger things here? The biggest thing we are looking at is

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generating income more than just during the cricket season. Cricket

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is key, that is what we are here for. Money generated will go back

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into the cricket side. If we have got new facilities, we can do that.

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If the plans to get the go-ahead and they still have to from

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Worcester City Council, work will start in September and things

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should be completed by 20th Thanks for joining us this Friday

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evening. Still to come, we meet the men whose interest in space has led

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to a pretty explosive hobby. And with the Stargazing events

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taking place over the weekend, it looks like the weather is on their

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side - cold and frosty but clear skies. I'll have a full weather

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update later in the programme. Almost 1,000 social care staff

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currently employed by Staffordshire County Council will shortly be

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working for the NHS under plans which it's claimed will

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revolutionise the way people are treated in their own homes. It's

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the largest integration of health and social services in the country

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and it'll cost the County Council �153 million, making it the biggest

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financial decision they've ever made, as Cath Mackie reports.

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At home near Uttoxeter, David Sargeant's regaining his

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independence after a stroke last year. He's one of the first to

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benefit from a new integrated care scheme, which he credits for

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getting him this far. The care team worked very hard with the doctors,

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the physios and the community. They made sure everybody was prepared

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for me when I did come have. In fact, rethink there were five

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carers here to me me when I first came hand. -- I think. And this is

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what an integrated service looks like. The community nurses, the

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physio, the social worker, the social care assessor, under one

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roof. We can get patients out of hospital early and we can also get

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them home and feeling happy. idea of services coming together

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isn't new, but what they are saying here in Staffordshire is that this

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will be the largest integration of health and social care in the

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country. The idea is to get people out of hospital and provide care

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for them at home. One in four ends up in hospital when they don't need

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to. This is about increasing community capacity to treat people

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in their own homes and therefore keep them out of hospital. But come

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people be confident there would be this push to get them out of

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hospital too soon? Yes. If they are there for clinical reasons, let's

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get them there quickly. But let's get them out when they can. Unions

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acting for the 970 social workers are also sounding pretty positive,

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and are waiting to see how it works. As for David Sargeant, he's back

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working part-time as a computer consultant.

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And the Department of Health is expected to agree to the deal

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formally next week. Setting up a new business in the

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middle of an economic downturn may not appear to be the wisest idea

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but it hasn't deterred the creative industries, which are reporting a

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small increase across the UK. So why are people with a passion for

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the arts willing to take a risk? Our arts reporter, Satnam Rana, has

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been finding out. It's all hands on for Matt King and

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Zaphira Cormack, who've ploughed �5,000 of their own savings into

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opening up Centre Arts in Cheltenham. Matt, if you can move

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up Toby's a long... They set up this art space in September last

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year, after Matt was made redundant from the Herefordshire Music

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Service. With a growing here and we have been growing since day one and

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operating in the blacks in stay one. That is something I am actually

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very proud of. -- operating in the black since they one. We did not go

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to the banks for money. We have not been paid yet but that is yet to

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come. But why take on such a huge investment in the middle of an

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economic downturn? I suppose we took a risk but we are just so

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excited to start up a business in the arts because chart and does not

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have an arts centre and we were confident this would be successful

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because it is something the community needs. They're not the

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only ones taking a risk. The Blue Organe Theatre in Birmingham also

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opened last September. advantage we had was the premises

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and the fitting out been cheaper and also the interest rate being

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solo meant for payments on the loan were a fraction of what they would

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have been 10 years ago. -- the interest rates being it so low. We

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found it more achievable. Across the UK last year, there were over

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1,000 hundred creative local organisations. Let's look had

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visual and performing arts. We have had a downwards decline and in 2009,

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there were 1260 organisations compared to 1170 last year. That's

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a reduction of 90 organistions over two years. But despite the small

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downward decline in new start ups, people like Matt and Zaphira are

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willing to take a risk. For For the first time this season, all

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four of our Premier League teams will kick off at 3pm on a Saturday

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afternoon. Wolves travel to Spurs and Stoke are away to Liverpool.

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Robbie Keane is set to make his Aston Villa debut at home to

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Everton. And West Bromwich Albion have also got a fresh face in their

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squad to face Norwich, as Ian Winter reports.

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Introducing Scott Allan - highly- rated midfield player. Just arrived

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from Dundee United and just turned 20. One for the future, perhaps.

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But that future starts tomorrow because Albion have nine players

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recovering from injury, so Scott goes straight into the squad.

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football hero was Paul Gascoigne because I used to go and watch him

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every week. Those are my role models. Is there a touch of him in

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your game? Not any pressure, but I would love to be as good as he was!

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In spite of interest from an number of other clubs, Scott chose Albion

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because they are in the league. Now it is up to the manager to make

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sure they stay there. We have met briefly and we will meet again

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today. Do you get the vibes from him that there is money out there

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to spend? The chairman's goal was the same as ours. They have the

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position that, if got something comes along that I should recommend

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to the chairman, I will try to persuade him to do it. Hopefully,

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he will back me. Is that the smile that says Roy's expecting the green

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light to get busy in the transfer market, or the smile that suggests

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it's highly unlikely? All will become clear in the next two weeks,

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by which time his team might have completed a hat-trick of victories

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against Norwich City in the Premier League and the FA Cup. But, as any

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Albion fan will tell you, things don't always go according to plan.

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And of course you can follow your team and hear full match commentary

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and updates on your local BBC radio station over the weekend.

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This weekend the BBC is staging a series of astronomy events across

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the Midlands ahead of the return of Stargazing Live on Monday. Our

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science correspondent, David Gregory, is in the centre of

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Birmingham tonight, which will be the focus of one event. So what

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will be happening, David? As you might expect, here in Birmingham,

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the event will involve the BBC big screen. We will also be telling you

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how you can find out about events taking place made you wherever you

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live in the Midlands. But first, an interest in astronomy does not

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always mean you end up taking out a telescope at night as part of your

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hobby. Sometimes it can lead to interest in other things to do with

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space, like rockets. In a freezing field near Coventry,

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countdown has begun. I have got kids of 11 and 12 in my school and

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they are taking up rocketry now. You could say this is an exploding

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Thai hobby but I don't want to jinx our plans for lift-off! We set up

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in 2000, 2001, as a group of like- minded individuals who had an

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interest in space, astronomy, rocketry, engineering. And we

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basically build and fly a model rockets, high-power rockets, for

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fun. Now, you might be wondering just what sort of fuel these

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rockets use. Well, they use what NASA uses. The fuel is commercially

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produced, mainly in America. And it's basically exactly the same

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constituency -- consistency as that that goes into the solid rocket

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fuel boosters in a space shuttle. So the same as you get in real

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rockets? Yes. These are real but they are just smaller. But like any

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launch, there is always a worry it might not go to plan... Heads up,

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we are launching in... 5, four, three, two, one, launched! Not a

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hitch. And then, what goes up must come down, and the question is, how

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do you track your rocket? Because it can land several miles away.

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These guys have the answer. You just text the rocket and the

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onboard GPS tells you where it is! And it's not only GPS on board.

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They have cameras to give you a rocket's eye view too. With me are

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some proper space scientists, astrophysicists, from the

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University of Birmingham. What will be happening with the big screen,

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Chiara Mingarelli? We will be starting off with some of short

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films about looking for life on other planets. And then we will

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have the night sky being shown. What else is going on, Katherine

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Grover? The events of relief fund. You can build your own rocket and

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see it launched from the sky. We have games and you can learn about

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some of the research we do at the University. Will there be a

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telescope surgery? Yes. You can bring your telescope and we will

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have experts who can show you how to use it better or fix it, and we

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will also have a telescope that has filters in it so you can look at

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the sun without hurting your eyes. So, come down to Birmingham or go

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to the website and you can find out all about everything taking place

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all over the country. I would wrap up if you are going to

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Yes. It has certainly been a frosty, cold Bay, but through the week, it

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has been mild and we have had a transition. And this is a picture

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of a rose in full bloomed. But none of that for the weekend. We have

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high pressure at the helm so it will stay cold through the weekend

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and next week. Plenty of sunshine today and a cold day, too. Any

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cloud will disburse early this evening and we will see a

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widespread frost under those clear skies. Pampered as well start to

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plummet and dicta around -2 in most places, and even lower in some of

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the more rural places. -- and dip down to around -2. It will be cold

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and sunny through the day tomorrow and we are seeing some patchy mist

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and for early on. But a lovely day ahead. Dry and bright with plenty

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of sunshine once again, but cold again, with temperatures a touch

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lower than today. Just four at best. For wind will be light. For the

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rest of the weekend, temperatures will be staying very cold through

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the rest of the weekend. We are not going to see the effect of these

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until later in the week, so staying cold through the day on Sunday as

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well with another frosty start. Temperatures at just four degrees

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at best and the wind will be A look at tonight's main headlines:

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The Prime Minister hints at a rethink of the plan to cut child

:27:21.:27:24.

benefit for better-off families. And a �10,000 reward's been offered

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