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Man left needing hospital treatment after homophobic attack in street

Man left needing hospital treatment after "homophobic" attack in street

A man was left needing hospital treatment after a “homophobic” attack in broad daylight. Christopher Johnson was walking along Sheil Road in Kensington after spending the night at his best friend’s house when he was attacked. The 22-year-old says he cann

Liverpool Echo, 2 min. ago
 
Missing mother and son 'could be in Liverpool area'

Missing mother and son 'could be in Liverpool area'

Concerns have been raised for a mother and her young son who have been reported missing by their family. The missing pair’s family have not seen or heard from Elen Jones, 36 and her eight-year-old son Lewis Rhys Jones since Tuesday, January 17, after the

Liverpool Echo, 20 min. ago
 

Musicians are rallying round to support Les

The sound of music will help to make a difference to a popular performer recovering from a stroke. Les Hilton, from folk duo Chonkinfeckle, was unable to play his ukulele and other instruments when a stroke affected the right-hand side of his body last m

Wigan Today, 41 min. ago
 

Winter's back as snow hits Gwynedd, Wrexham and Denbighshire and temperatures plunge

Winter returned with a vengeance today with snow falling in parts of North Wales. A few centimetres fell in Bala, Gwynedd forcing the abandonment of a youth football game and the cancellation of two others. There was also snowfall on higher ground at Min

Daily Post, 47 min. ago
 
Snow hits Merseyside - but will it last?

Snow hits Merseyside - but will it last?

Snow was seen across Merseyside this morning, leaving a thin covering in some areas. Snow was reported at Knowsley Safari Park, in Dovecot and in Ormskirk. The wintry weather was a surprise to some, but temperatures have fallen away in recent days, meani

Liverpool Echo, 47 min. ago
 

Fundraiser planned in memory of former Cumbrian mayor

The memory of a respected Cumbrian mayor is the driving force behind a bid to raise thousands of pounds for a top cancer unit. Paul Pearson, who was the mayor of Wigton between 2012 and 2013, died just a few days before Christmas following a near year-lo

Cumberland News, 52 min. ago
 
Seven jobs you can apply for NOW for a fresh start in Liverpool

Seven jobs you can apply for NOW for a fresh start in Liverpool

With the new year well under way, has your resolution to make that big life change gone off the boil a bit? Maybe these seven new roles will provide the inspiration and motivation you need to find a more fulfilling career and deliver on your promise to y

Liverpool Echo, today, 13:18
 
Chester Grosvenor manager inspires sustainability in students

Chester Grosvenor manager inspires sustainability in students

Students at the University of Chester have been learning about sustainability from the general manager of a city hotel. Richard Grove gave a master class to tourism undergraduate students at the Queen’s Park Campus. Mr Grove conveyed to students that lux

Chester Chronicle, today, 13:16
 

Fundraiser planned in memory of former Cumbrian mayor

The memory of a respected Cumbrian mayor is the driving force behind a bid to raise thousands of pounds for a top cancer unit. Paul Pearson, who was the mayor of Wigton between 2012 and 2013, died just a few days before Christmas following a near year-lo

News & Star, today, 13:08
 
Fresh power cut affecting 500 properties across Carlisle

Fresh power cut affecting 500 properties across Carlisle

More than 500 properties in Carlisle are currently without power. Parts of the city centre are affected. The cause of the power cut is not yet known. Electricity North West said: "We are aware of the power issues affecting 506 properties in the...

News & Star, today, 13:08
 

Young twins rise to the occasion in charity bake off sale

Twins Ruairi and Maisey Dillon rolled up their sleeves and got baking for a good cause. Along with classmates from Oakhill School in Whalley the year five students got baking with their friends and family for Pendleside Hospice. They held two cake sales

Clitheroe Advertiser, today, 12:45
 

What happened to the plane outside the old airport site?

Viral sensation Kevs Cabs has left Scousers scratching their heads after asking where the replica plane outside the former airport has gone. The Liverpool taxi driver, who gained a massive following on Facebook after showing his delight over the new plas

Liverpool Echo, today, 12:39
 

Ryanair boss: Axe tax at Liverpool airport to help it grow

Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary says the controversial Air Passenger Duty (APD) should be axed at regional airports like Liverpool to help them grow. The famously outspoken airline boss has vowed to be less outrageous as Ryanair has moved away from its aggr

Liverpool Echo, today, 12:26
 
Man arrested at Chester FC v Wrexham derby game over racist abuse

Man arrested at Chester FC v Wrexham derby game over racist abuse

A man has been arrested over racist abuse from the stands during Chester FC 's derby clash with Wrexham. Wrexham player Ntumba Massanka tweeted he had been targeted after coming on as a substitute in the second half. The 20-year-old Burnley loanee said h

Chester Chronicle, today, 12:24
 

Send us your #SmearForSmear photos to raise awareness for Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

This week marks Cervical Cancer Prevention Week. The charity Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust has started a social media campaign encouraging people to #SmearForSmear. The aim of the campaign is to highlight the importance of smear tests in preventing cervical

Daily Post, today, 12:20
 


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