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Ellesmere Port restaurant fined over hygiene

The owner of a Chinese restaurant in Ellesmere Port has been fined a total of £2,773.50 for food hygiene offences. Mr Danny Ma (41), pleaded guilty to four offences, under…

Chester plans Easter egg hunt

A citywide Easter egg hunt is landing in Chester next month with children being invited to find coloured eggs hidden in selected city centre retailers. Organised by CH1ChesterBID, the free…

Farm vet lands top role

Farm vet lands top role

A farm vet has landed a pioneering business development role which also aims to help farmers build a more sustainable future. Sally Dixon, 36, has taken on the role of Farm…

East Cheshire Hospice joins digital network

East Cheshire Hospice is the latest health care organisation to start using the Cheshire Care Record. With patient consent, clinicians have access to the digital system which links GPs, hospitals,…

Funding boost for Congleton church

St Peter’s church, in Congleton, is set to benefit from a £10,000 National Churches Trust Repair Grant to help fund urgent repairs to the ceiling of this Grade I listed…

Cheshire East cycling strategy unveiled

Cheshire East Council has unveiled a strategy to double the number of people cycling in the borough. The authority’s ambition is a ‘step change’ in the take up of cycling…

Cheshire East health workers a happy bunch

East Cheshire NHS Trust has performed well the latest NHS Staff Survey, with employees of the trust reporting feeling more engaged and motivated – and more likely to recommend the…

Chester Library on the move

Chester library is moving to Storyhouse – the brand new theatre, cinema and library in the heart of city. The library will include a dedicated children’s library, complete with an…

Big sentences for Ellesmere Port gang

An organised crime gang has been sentenced to a total of 30 years for drug supply offences. The five men and one woman were convicted as part of Operation Impact…

Former mayor hands over charity cheque

The last Mayor and Mayoress of Crewe and Nantwich,Councillor Brian Silvester and Sheila Davies, have handed over a cheque for £200 to the Crewe and Nantwich Round Table. Coun. Silvester…

Wirral crime fighting initiative

Wirral crime fighting initiative

Close co-operation between partners responsible for keeping Wirral communities safe is being cemented further with the opening of new Safer Wirral hubs based directly in local police stations. Community Patrol…

Shining a light on glaucoma in Wilmslow

This World Glaucoma Week (March 12-18), a local opticians is warning men in Wilmslow against ignoring symptoms which could lead to blindness. Specsavers’s warning comes as research reveals that males are…

Crewe unveils anti-congestion schemes

Cheshire East Council is about to launch a public engagement exercise for two major road schemes for Crewe. Plans to reshape the Crewe Green Roundabout to relieve a major pinch-point…

Cheshire police continue drugs war

Six people were arrested this morning (14 March) during a series of dawn raids by Cheshire Police across the county. This is the second phase of a high-profile operation, targeting…

New leisure facilities for Alsager

Residents in Alsager, Crewe will benefit from a range of new high-quality sports and leisure facilities at the former MMU site, with additional upgraded provision at the town’s adjacent leisure…

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