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03:21, 24 JUL 2013
Chester nursery introduces employee reward scheme
A CHESTER nursery linked up with one of its neighbours when it decided to introduce an employee of the month reward scheme.
Exhibitions - May 6 onwards
Exhibitions - April 29 onwards
Sigh of relief as people can fly home at last
THERE were scenes of joy, relief and confusion at Cardiff Airport as the first rescue flights bringing stranded holidaymakers back home arrived.
One bmibaby flight cancelled at Cardiff due to ash fears
HOPES that flights in and out of Cardiff Airport would be back to normal were dented yesterday as a flight was cancelled because of concerns about volcanic ash.
Scores of Ayrshire people stranded abroad
SCORES of Ayrshire people have been left stranded abroad thanks to the grounded flights.
Wales benefits as foreign trips shelved
HOTELS and B&Bs across Wales are reporting a booming trade as holidaymakers shelve plans for holidays abroad due to the volcano-caused flight chaos.
Exhibitions - April 22 onwards
Exhibitions - April 15 onwards
Women2Day - Health: Tapping your way to health
This alternative therapy is said to alleviate anxiety, phobias, trauma and even excess weight.
Exhibitions - April 1 onwards
Tiny Tin Lady set to gig at The Brindley, Runcorn
TINY Tin Lady have been together since 2004 and, in just three short years, have become one of the most talked about bands on the acoustic scene.
Exhibitions - March 25 onwards
Frodsham Community Centre toilets refurbished
TOILETS at Frodsham Community Centre were given a £20,000 refurbishment.
Exhibitions - March 18 onwards
Exhibitions - March 11 onwards
Exhibitions - March 4 onwards
Exhibitions - February 18 onwards
Merseyside Maritime Museum photographic exhibition brings Imperial China back to life
THE vanished world of Imperial China is vividly captured on glass plates by an intrepid Scottish photographer, who travelled throughout the country meeting people from all walks of life.
Exhibitions - February 4 onwards
Boxing: Vauxhall Motors ABC enjoy six wins in a week
CHRISTMAS came early for Vauxhall Motors ABC as they enjoyed six wins out of six last week.
Ceremony 1 – Wednesday, November 4, 9.30am
FACULTY OF APPLIED AND HEALTH SCIENCES
Shakespeare’s Rose to be ‘home to wonderful open-air theatre’
THE British Shakespeare Company (BSC) is behind the plans for the Rose Theatre to be located in a northern city.
Ellesmere Port and Neston students celebrate another year of outstanding A-level results
WITH a pass rate of 92%, of which 59% were graded C or better Ellesmere Port Specialist School of Performing Arts celebrated its best ever results.