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Wed June 19, 2019
- Venues 'still too vulnerable to attacks' - A former police chief says the government is not doing enough to ensure public venues are secure.
- River Mersey 'most polluted' with microplastics in UK - The River Mersey has more plastic pollution than any other river in the UK, claims Greenpeace.
- Listeria outbreak: Meat supplier 'passed latest inspection' - North Country Cooked Meats was found 'highly compliant' with food regulations, a council says.
- Cheshire Police panel chair apologises in LGBT row - Bob Fousert says he has "no intention" of quitting after criticising an officer for her rainbow-coloured lanyard.
A former police chief says the government is not doing enough to ensure public venues are secure.
The River Mersey has more plastic pollution than any other river in the UK, claims Greenpeace.
North Country Cooked Meats was found 'highly compliant' with food regulations, a council says.
Bob Fousert says he has "no intention" of quitting after criticising an officer for her rainbow-coloured lanyard.
A one-year-old's death from meningitis was contributed to by a hospital's neglect, a coroner concludes.
Former England and Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes is fined £8,000 after admitting breaking Football Association betting rules.
Division Two leaders Lancashire complete a resounding 10-wicket victory over Derbyshire inside three days.
A winding-up petition against League One club Bury is adjourned for six weeks by the High Court as debts increase by £350,000.
Danny Boyle's film cancels the Fab Four, but makes an actor of Ed Sheeran and a UK-Asian rock star.
A teenager accused of murdering a 17-year-old grammar school pupils admits possessing a knife.
Police confirm some members of the Afghanistan squad were involved in an altercation at a Manchester restaurant on Monday evening.
The figures including Ratty, Mole and Toad had been kept in storage for 26 years and were feared lost.
Posted by Administrator : Tuesday 12th March 2013
COSTING US OUR LIVELIHOOD? It is estimated that the cost of living looks expected to continue to rise this year with stable incomes versus increasing costs of everyday household items. In recent years the cost of living has been as high as 5 times more than wage rises.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 11th March 2013
BE PREPARED OR AT LEAST HAVE YOUR ARM BANDS READY. Flooding can be devastating for home owners but some simple tips could prevent heartbreaking and costly repairs. It is important that you understand about your property and local areas, so you can be aware of any potential flooding problems in the future.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 10th March 2013
EASIER SAID THAN DONE! The mortgage and property market looks to be improving slightly through better mortgage deals. However the market still lacks direction and combined with lack of incentives for new buyers and government cuts it looks like it could be a while before it rises.
Posted by Administrator : Sunday 3rd March 2013
ARE YOU AN ONLINE SHOPPER AND A BARGAIN SURFER? We do not know to what extent the increasing activity of online shopping will eventually have on our Mossley based high street retailers but some predict it may end the high street shopping as a whole in the future.
Posted by Administrator : Friday 1st March 2013
MORE CUTS..... GREAT!!! Many councils across the UK now have the choice to either increase council tax, raise the funds by cutting back on other factors or even worse they do both.
Posted by Administrator : Monday 25th February 2013
ARE WE GETTING TOO STRESSED AT WORK? While some workplace stress is completely normal, excessive stress can interfere with your productivity and impact your physical and emotional health. This means your ability to deal with it can mean the difference between success or failure.
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