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Cheshire West and Chester Council have bad-tempered first meeting under Labour control

Councillors clash as new ruling group revamp committee structure and break protocol on chairman's role

Huntington homeowner confronted by two burglars during afternoon raid

Cheshire Police
Victim left shocked and shaken after face to face encounter with intruders

Chester visit from Red Arrows brings flash of colour to city skyline

World-famous display team was using Hawarden Airport as base over the weekend

A483 Posthouse Roundabout traffic misery as motorists face four-mile tailback

Motorists are complaining of lengthy queues on the A483
The £6m roadworks have resulted in a queue back to Rossett with some drivers complaining of a two hour delay

Three Queens in Liverpool have special meaning for Chester man

Peter Jones' father was a commercial artist who worked for Cunard

WATCH: Chester Grosvenor Bridge jumper lives to tell the tale

Police on Grosvenor Bridge investigate reports of a man jumping into the River Dee
Man leaps more than 30 feet into waist high water in the River Dee

Ashton Hayes community furious at lack of broadband for THIRD time in less than a year

Community have been beset with problems

Fifth year of Malpas Arts & Literature Festival is another success

A mix of literary stars performed

Boat-owner blasts River Dee launch facilities as motorists block slipway

The car park on Sandy Lane
Ron Crowe says Sandy Lane car park is 'constantly full of cars'

Nepal earthquake: Peckforton medic tells of experience providing aid

Humanitarian aid worker Jonathan Povey was deployed to Nepal following the April 25 earthquake
Jonathan Povey said it was an 'immensely challenging environment' to work in

Prince Edward in Chester to join university's 175th anniversary celebrations

Earl of Wessex unveils plaque at Riverside Buildings to mark milestone for higher education institution

Cheshire West and Chester Council have bad-tempered first meeting under Labour control

Councillors clash as new ruling group revamp committee structure and break protocol on chairman's role

A483 Posthouse Roundabout traffic misery as motorists face four-mile tailback

Motorists are complaining of lengthy queues on the A483
The £6m roadworks have resulted in a queue back to Rossett with some drivers complaining of a two hour delay

Three Queens in Liverpool have special meaning for Chester man

Peter Jones' father was a commercial artist who worked for Cunard
Cheshire Police

Huntington homeowner confronted by two burglars during afternoon raid

Victim left shocked and shaken after face to face encounter with intruders

Chester collision which left woman seriously injured leads to jail for driver

Steve Lee Hubbard was sentenced at Chester Crown Court for causing a serious collison on Lache Lane in September 2014
Steve Lee Hubbard, 30, sentenced to two years and eight months following last year's Lache Lane crash

Police appeal following attempted robbery of 66-year-old man in Chester

Officers are appealing for information after an attempted robbery on Raymond Street on May 17
Victim sustained minor injuries during incident on Raymond Street on Sunday, May 17

Cheshire West and Chester Council have bad-tempered first meeting under Labour control

Councillors clash as new ruling group revamp committee structure and break protocol on chairman's role

Wirral CP Boxing Club's Leon Cooney reaches national final

Leon Cooney with Wirral Community Police Boxing Club chairman Peter Phelan
The 13-year-old will take on Oxfordshire's Jimmy Doran in the 50kg final at the England Boxing Schools Championship

11 things to do this half term in Chester and Ellesmere Port

Fun for all the family throughout the school holidays

Royal wedding milliner creates hat for hotel's 150th anniversary

Laura Apsit Liven's £770 design for The Chester Grosvenor was inspired by Eastgate clock and the landmark hotel's interior

Calveley Primary School recently took delivery of a minibus

Calveley Primary School transform mud patch into landscape garden

Youngsters have been enjoying the great outdoors

Little Sutton student's mealworm bread recipe is a winner

Gemma Lamb won the IFST North of England Young Scientist competition
Former Bishops' Blue Coat CE High School pupil Gemma Lamb wins the IFST's North of England Young Scientist competition

Nostalgia: University of Chester over the years

To mark its 175 year anniversary, we've dug out some memories

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Chester visit from Red Arrows brings flash of colour to city skyline

Three Queens in Liverpool have special meaning for Chester man

The scene of the warehouse fire on River Lane, Saltney

Saltney fire: Firm ordered to move waste months before blaze broke out

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