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Delays at Haydock Island after traffic light failure
Description: MOTORISTS are being warned that traffic lights are out in all directions at Haydock Island on the M6.   more...
Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in connection with Haydock shooting
Description: A 23-YEAR-OLD man has been questioned by detectives on suspicion of attempted murder following a shooting in Haydock.   more...
WATCH: Eight fire crews fight blaze in roof of Warrington Hospital wing
Description: A NUMBER of appointments have been cancelled at Warrington Hospital this afternoon, Friday, after a fire in the Kendrick wing.   more...
Final farewell to comedy legend Sir Ken Dodd
Description: FANS, friends and family are invited to line the streets to pay their respects for one of  more...
100 years on - how St Helens honoured Victoria Cross winner Jack Davies
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Six-year-old makes acting debut on CBBC TV show
Description: A LITTLE boy has had his dreams come true after landing a role in a CBBC adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson?s book Katy.   more...
Sponsor a guide dog to help others this National Puppy Day
Description: THE vital work of guide dogs is being celebrated for National Puppy Day.   more...
Geoff Pimblett given a fitting send-off
Description: Geoff Pimblett?s recent illness and subsequent demise was, of course, a great shock to us all. It was no surprise that there have been innumerable tributes from far and wide and messages of support for wife, Merle and family at this sad time. On a fine, clear day last Tuesday, his funeral, at St. Helens Crematorium saw standing room only as family, friends, past sporting team-mates and former teaching colleagues paid their respects. It was a true measure of the stature of the man himself and the occasion, although very sad, had a warm, supportive atmosphere, with a true community feel. Emphasis was very much on a service of thanksgiving for a marvellous life, officiated by Saints? Club Chaplain Paul Johnson. A poem ?Miss Me, But Let Me Go? was read by Gordon Pennington, who had close links with Geoff at Saints and Ray French MBE produced a superb and fitting eulogy as only he could.   more...
Glasstown of the future: How St Helens is aiming to be a world leader in glass innovation once more
Description: BUSINESSES leaders and politicians will gather in St Helens today to hear more about a major glass innovation project.   more...
Officers walking away from the force due to pressures, says Merseyside Police and Crime Commissioner
Description: OFFICERS are walking away from Merseyside Police due to mounting pressures and sickness levels are also on the rise, the Police and Crime Commissioner has said.   more...
Mum of terminally ill son told he was ?lazy baby?
Description: A MUM who was told her son was just a ?lazy baby? is encouraging others to make as many memories as they can after learning that he has a terminal illness.  more...
Man arrested by armed police given caution for cannabis possession
Description: A MAN arrested by armed police following reports that he was in possession of a weapon has been cautioned for possession of cannabis.   more...
Housing benefit bill for St Helens reached £67m in 2016/2017
Description: ST HELENS Council paid out £67 million in housing benefits in 2016-17, it has been revealed.   more...
Man and woman arrested after cannabis farm uncovered
Description: A MAN and woman have been arrested after a cannabis farm of 16 plants was discovered in Newton-le-Willows.  more...
Manchester Airport to charge for using drop-off lanes
Description: MANCHESTER Airport is scrapping its free drop-off lanes forcing people to pay or use a shuttle bus.   more...

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