David Holmes

David Holmes

David Holmes is the Chester Chronicle Chief Reporter. He has a huge knowledge of the City and is always the first with the big Chester exclusives.

Clifton Drive housing plan in Chester flood plain to be decided at inquiry

Scheme would mean loss of playing fields

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Dot com millionaire's Chester home up for sale

Simon Nixon is selling his Boughton home for £1.65m

The future of the West Cheshire College campus at Handbridge in Chester is in the balance

University of Chester tight-lipped over West Cheshire College site

Vice chancellor Professor Tim Wheeler says "an awful lot of speculation goes on"

The former Marks and Spencer store in Foregate Street, Chester

Plans lodged to split up old M&S store in Chester city centre

Former menswear store in Foregate Street could be divided into three separate units

Cheshire West and Chester Council loses respect (clause)

Tory leader Mike Jones dubbed a 'Poundshop Stalin'

Protesters against fracking outside council HQ

Anti-frackers build for demonstration outside HQ after Tory majority rejects debate

Frack Free Upton will hold a protest outside Cheshire West and Chester Council HQ on Thursday, March 5

Duke of Westminster opens new Chester city centre base for charities

Duke jokes about his ancestors as he opens The Bluecoat Centre for Charities and Voluntary Organisations

Council leader says decision to allow supermarket in Hoole was 'not the best'

Cllr Mike Jones shares concerns of traders about impact on local shops

TV's Dan Snow talks history at The King's School in Chester

Duke of Westminster's son-in-law

Chester man beaten with hammer and metal pole

Incident happened in Queen's Park on Friday, February 20

Police operation in Cheshire, North Wales and Merseyside targets travelling criminals

Operation Crossbow 3 aims to disrupt criminal activity over three force areas

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