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06:00, 9 OCT 2017
Brave Cheshire heart transplant boy celebrates organ donation victory
Max Johnson hopes new legislation announced by Prime Minister will be called 'Max's Law'
Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable forecasts doom over Brexit
And the new party leader teases that York is better than Chester
Ellesmere Port's Vauxhall plant could learn its future on Monday
Takeover announcement due in Paris, reports suggest
Ellesmere Port MP gains Government commitment to talks on town's Vauxhall plant
Speculation that jobs are at risk said to be without foundation
Ellesmere Port Fab Lab to close
MP Justin Madders is seeking an urgent meeting to discuss closure of the Whitby Road centre
Chester Literature Festival
Chester Literature Festival gets under way this week
Nick Frost, Brian Blessed and Tracey Thorn among the highlights of the first week
Chester Literature Festival
Chester Literature Festival unveils star-studded line-up for 2015
Nick Frost, Dom Joly and Vince Cable among those taking part in event from October 10-25
300 jobs boom at car plant
More staff required to spearhead production of next-generation Astra at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port plant
New manager in place to unlock jobs boom for town
£6m investment could put 3,000 people in work in Ellesmere Port
Ellesmere Port has Fab future
Vince Cable to open new hi-tech hub of innovation in town centre
£6m funding to encourage business growth in Ellesmere Port and create 4,000 jobs
A FUNDING boost of £6m will create up to 4,000 jobs in Ellesmere Port by supporting business growth in the town.
Special report: Business Secretary Vince Cable praises Airbus Broughton during flying visit
BUSINESS Secretary Vince Cable hailed ‘amazing’ Airbus and described the company as a shining example during a flying first visit to Broughton.
Lib Dem activist from Ellesmere Port helps to influence Chancellor’s Budget
A LIB Dem activist from Ellesmere Port was delighted to see the income tax threshold raised to £10,000.
'Efficiency' helped to save Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port
EVEN as plans were being drawn up to close Ellesmere Port’s Vauxhall plant, it was being hailed as the company’s most efficient.
Jobs boost expected as Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port is saved
A REMARKABLE reversal of fortune is expected to be complete tomorrow with confirmation that Vauxhall’s plant in Ellesmere Port will stay open.
Vince Cable confident Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port will stay open
BUSINESS Secretary Vince Cable is confident production will continue at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant.
150 jobs could go at Vauxhall plant in Ellesmere Port
UP TO 150 jobs could go at Vauxhall’s plant in Ellesmere Port as the firm cuts back on production to cope with the economic downturn.
Nissan set to build new model in UK
JAPANESE car giant Nissan will today deliver a huge boost to the economy by announcing plans to build a new model at its UK factory under a £125m investment programme, creating 2,000 new jobs.
Royal approval given to EA Technology in Capenhurst
ROYAL approval was given to a Capenhurst technology firm on a trip to Buckingham Palace.
University of Chester
Burton Manor sale is given Government approval
THE Government has approved the sale of Burton Manor, the Neston Grade II listed former adult education college that closed after racking up debts of £1.6m.
Weaver Vale MP Graham Evans raises Sutton Weaver postcode complaints in Parliament
VILLAGERS looking to ditch their Runcorn postcode have had their case raised in Parliament.
Business park sale
A SALE of land and property owned by the nearly defunct North West Development Agency will include Hooton Business Park.
Chester Catholic High School
Chester Catholic High School students visit Houses of Parliament
GOVERNMENT and politics students from Chester Catholic High School visited the Houses of Parliament last week.
Vital role of region’s small firms
SMALL firms in Cheshire and North Wales can help keep the region’s economy afloat in the face of looming government spending cuts, according to a leading business organisation.