19 May 2013: 4:21pm
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ANGRY students fear the loss of vital facilities if a free school for infants is located at their University of Chester campus.Read
CHESHIRE West and Chester Council has urged the Home Secretary to end the legal ‘nightmare’ of local authorities apparently powerless to protect vulnerable youngsters against ‘legal highs’.Read
A WOMAN believed to have jumped in front a train at Bache has been taken by ambulance to the Countess of Chester Hospital.Read
WILD rumours on social networking sites about an escapee lion from Chester Zoo proved to be cat-egorically false.Read
BRIGHT yellow bus shelters in Chester city centre are ‘vivid’, unsafe and don’t provide enough shelter from the weather.Read
SOME rural locations are not receiving an emergency response from Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service inside its new 10-minute response standard.Read
THERE is speculation an historic Chester-based Territorial Army squadron is to be axed.Read
MEMBERS of a trade union demonstrated outside the depot of a company that collects refuse in Cheshire West as part of national action.Read
THE Fat Cat bar in Watergate Street reopens today as the new Linenhall Vaults.
THREE thousand balloons rose skywards offering hope to a toddler who needs expensive life-saving treatment in the US.Read
A JUDGE urged the Government to crack down on the sale of ‘legal highs’ during the trial of a Chester shop owner.Read
A lecturer is back at his desk having escaped the terrorist bombs which left three dead and more than 170 injured after running the Boston marathon.Read
Cheshire Police uncovered a cannabis factory after acting on information received from Hertfordshire Constabulary.Read
CHESHIRE Police uncovered a cannabis factory after acting on information received from Hertfordshire Constabulary.Read
TRIBUTES have been paid to a motorcyclist killed after he was involved in a collision with a trailer as he left work.Read
A MURDERER has been sentenced to a minimum of 30 years in jail for the 'sadistic' killing of a Chester resident.Read
A HOMELESS woman shouted 'justice! justice!' on being found not guilty of murdering a Chester resident.Read
A JURY is considering its verdict in the case of a homeless woman accused of murdering a Chester resident.Read
CHESTER MP Stephen Mosley prompted a lighter moment during the budget debate when Chester FC’s league success was referenced by the deputy speaker of the Commons.Read
RESIDENTS pleaded with Cheshire West and Chester Council to tackle safety issues at the so-called hamburger roundabout in Boughton.Read
David Holmes is The Chester Chronicle's Chief Reporter. He covers wide ranging and important news items in and around Chester. He takes an active interest in politics, crime and consumer issues.
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