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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.

Michael Owen and son net £12,000 for charity

Footballer wins money for charity on ITV1 show

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Saltney-based electrical, plumbing and building firm ASC Developments (Chester) Ltd

Taxman loses £88k after firm goes bust

Cheshire West and Chester Council leader Mike Jones had been on the board

Countess of Chester Hospital Trust chairman Sir Duncan Nichol CBE with Countess chief executive Tony Chambers (rear), West Cheshire CCG chairman Dr Huw Charles-Jones and CCG chief officer Alison Lee

Doctors’ digital development to aid communities

Video chats with our doctor could be the future if West Cheshire GPs win a slice of £50m Government funding.

The bed was found in the car park of the former Redland House Hotel

£20m king's bed found in car park

Henry VII's bed discovered at Hough Green hotel

Small Business Ambassador Karren Brady presents an award to Gary Adamou, owner of Monogram Dry Cleaners and Launderette, in Dicksons Drive, Newton, with Chester MP Stephen Mosley

Launderette cleans up in MP’s awards

Apprentice star Karren Brady presents Newton launderette owner with award

The new Dunelm superstore off Sealand Road

New home store is crowd puller

Dunelm store opens at Greyhound Retail Park

The lorry stuck under the railway bridge in Saltney

Traffic chaos as lorry gets stuck under bridge

Police advise motorists to avoid Saltney High Street near railway bridge

Huge concerns are being raised about the number of housing proposals being approved in rural Cheshire

Villages at break point as plans for hundreds of homes approved

Farmers in Tattenhall, Tarporley, Malpas and Beeston urged to profit on housing

Isobelle at two-days-old with mum Katie

Baby unit ‘too full’ to receive mum-to-be

No room at the Countess of Chester Hospital for mum in labour

Chief reporter David Holmes speaks to Christopher Widger (National Trust Countryside Manager for Cheshire and Wirral) and Stuart Morris (Land Management Advisor for Natural England)

Trees have to go to save heathland

National Trust embarks on next phase to regenerate lowland heath on Bickerton Hill

Sir Steve Redgrave addresses the Cheshire West and Chester Council meeting at Chester town hall as council press officers Ian Callister and Rachel Ashley take notes in the background

Tense student village meeting airs on BBC

Chester's student village on BBC2's Permission Impossible: Britain's Planners

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