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Monthly Archives: November 2011

Big task for tiger pair

A pair of rare tigers at West Midland Safari Park have the enormous task of trying to save their species. The two Sumatran tigers are members of a rare and endangered species, and staff at the park are hoping they will breed.It is thought there are no more than 400 Sumatran tigers left in the wild today, which means there is a real possibility of them facing extinction by the end of the decade.

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Residents go soup crazy

Slurping was the order of the day when hundreds of bowls of soup were dished up during a harvest festival. Residents went soup crazy during the annual Harvest Fair in Bewdley, and more than 600 portions had to be served.

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Council is top tweeter

Tweeting, posting on Facebook and a well-maintained website has put Wyre Forest District Council on the top of a social media list. The authority has been ranked first in the social media index for councils, due to the way it communicates with residents.

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