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Cheshire archeologist who recovered famous bog body dies

Cheshire archeologist who recovered famous bog body dies

The Cheshire archeologist who recovered the best preserved bog body in Britain has died. Rick Turner, County Hall’s county archeologist, travelled to Wilmslow following a call by police in 1984 after the discovery of a human foot by a worker at a...

Chester Chronicle, yesterday, 07:34
 

Bus lane proposed for Lancaster’s Greyhound Bridge

0 Have your say Lancashire County Council is proposing to boost bus journeys through Lancaster by introducing a bus-only lane over Greyhound Bridge when it reopens. Traffic modelling suggests the measure would have little impact on existing traffic...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 07:29
 
Jury in Ben Stokes affray trial to retire and consider verdicts

Jury in Ben Stokes affray trial to retire and consider verdicts

The jurors in the trial of Ben Stokes and Ryan Ali at Bristol Crown Court have been told they will retire to consider their verdicts on this morning. Judge Peter Blair QC, the Recorder of Bristol, provided a "route to verdict" document to...

News & Star, yesterday, 07:28
 

Carlisle City Council paid £290,000 more than expected for new Harraby cycle circuit

Carlisle City Council has had to fork out almost £290,000 extra than it expected to deliver a new state-of-the-art cycle track. The specialist circuit in Harraby - which cost a total of £1m - formally opened in January and has been hailed a huge...

News & Star, yesterday, 07:23
 

Parents urged to apply for uniform vouchers and free school meals

Cumbria County Council have urged parents of children beginning or returning to school in September to apply for clothing vouchers and free school meals. Cllr Sue Sanderson, cabinet member for schools and learning, said: "It is so important that...

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 07:16
 
How book-buyers have helped town project

How book-buyers have helped town project

A woman who lost her first baby to miscarriage has raised money towards the future of Keswick Convention through sales of the book she wrote about her experience. Sarah Moore, a reporter for Newsquest Cumbria, which publishes the News & Star,...

News & Star, yesterday, 07:11
 

APPEAL: Concern for missing pensioner from Blackpool

Concern is growing for a pensioner who went missing from his home in Blackpool, say police. Terence Smythe, 74, was last seen at his home address on Lindale Gardens in Blackpool at about 6.30am on Monday, August 13. Read more stories: St Annes worker...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 06:57
 

Google tracks your movements, even if you tell it not to

0 Have your say Google records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to, an investigation has found. The Associated Press reported that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data, even if you have used a...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 06:43
 

Boris is right not to apologise

0 Have your say What sort of madness is this, when references to a letter box and bank robbers is threatening to tear the Conservative Party apart, limb from limb? Boris Johnson’s description, in a newspaper article, of burkas looking like letter...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 06:27
 

Google tracks your movements, even if you tell it not to

0 Have your say Google records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to, an investigation has found. The Associated Press reported that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data, even if you have used a...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 06:27
 

Latest convictions from Blackpool's court - Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Here is the latest round-up of some of the cases at Blackpool Magistrates Court. Alan Milsom, 29, possession of a blade in public A man threatened to stab someone with a butter knife in a Cleveleys bookmakers. Alan Milsom made the threat after being...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 06:23
 

Revealed: The new owner who has stepped in to save Salthouse Mills

Manchester-based property developers Amstone bought the land at Salthouse Mills for around £1.35m in 2008 but for reasons unknown they have failed to develop the site. In 2017 Amstone put the site on the market for £1.6m and earlier this year they...

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 05:50
 

Shipyard to open temporary 746-space car park with shuttle bus service while multi-storey is being built

Earlier this week BAE Systems was granted permission to go ahead with a new multi-storey car park on empty land in Buccleuch Dock Road which is currently used to house 216 cars. The multi-storey car park will increase this to a total of 841 spaces....

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 05:50
 

Abandoned baby deer 'John Deere' recovers at South Cumbria farm

The roe deer fawn had a leg injury and was unable to move when found on the fields at Old Hall Farm, Bouth, when he was just a couple of days old. The owners of the traditional farm attraction, Charlotte and Alex Sharphouse, took him in and he was...

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 05:50
 

Pervert sent filthy pictures of himself to 14 year-old girl who didn't exist

An online predator sent indecent pictures and a video of himself to what he thought was a 14-year-old girl, not realising he had been trapped by a paedophile hunter. Matthew White, from Warrington, sent the pictures and video via social media on June...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 05:03
 


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