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.

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Planned strike by police staff on New Year's Eve is called off

Talks continue between managers and union officials

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Cheshire police

Appeal after attempted robbery of teenage girl in Capenhurst

Police seeking two male suspects who were on bicycles

New Asda opens in Chester as 500 customers queue outside the door

Asda in business on Greyhound Retail Park just days after Waitrose opens in Boughton

Anti-frackers protest at seismic testing in Chester and Ellesmere Port

'Thumper trucks' carry out seismic tests on Parkgate Road and on Chester's Greyhound Retail Park

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls with Katy Stevenson and her daughter Hollie (six months) and Pricilla Sellers with daughter Agnes (six months)

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls gets "down with the kids" on visit to Chester

MP in city to support Chester's Labour candidate in next year's general election

The new multi million pound Waitrose store in Boughton opens its doors. Stephen Mosley MP is pictured with Chloe le Ballois of Hoole C of E Primary School who designed the new tote bag for the store with Cllr Bob Rudd, Lord Mayor of Chester, and store manager Dickie Danby

New Chester Waitrose store is open for business

Store manager Dickie Danby thanks public for patience during roadworks

Chester horror attraction scared off by limited opening hours

Ed Walley changes plans for The Chester Dungeon in Watergate Street as council impose time restrictions

IGas say shale gas is useful stop-gap until renewables take over

Firm insists fracking and coalbed methane extraction is safe

MP Stephen Mosley and Lord Mayor Bob Rudd to open Waitrose in Chester

Long-awaited flagship store opening on Thursday, November 6, in Boughton

Little Ella Tomlinson in the cockpit of the aeroplane taking her to New York

Little Ella from Ellesmere Port has her New York dream trip come true

Passport comes through in time for brave six-year-old to get her reward

Pensioner Kenneth Price, 74, had to be cut out of his Vauxhall car by firefighters in an unusual collision on a service road adjacent to Civic Way, just in front of Ellesmere Port Fire Station

Ellesmere Port driver dies after collision with wall

Accident happened in town centre car park

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