News from Regional North West

Family of woman brutally stabbed to death pays tribute to "friend to many"

The family of a woman who was stabbed to death in the borough has paid tribute to her. Shortly before 8pm on Sunday police the body of 47-year-old Debbie Twist was found at a home on Manchester Road in Leigh. Following an investigation, a 39-year-old...

Wigan Today, yesterday, 15:07
 

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers threaten to bring mass disruption to M6 with "go slow" protests

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers are threatening to bring the M6 to a standstill if Britain's departure from the EU is postponed. A 'go slow' protest is reportedly being planned for motorways and major roads across the UK at 6.30pm on Friday, March 22. The...

Garstang Courier, yesterday, 15:05
 

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers threaten to bring mass disruption to M6 with "go slow" protests

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers are threatening to bring the M6 to a standstill if Britain's departure from the EU is postponed. A 'go slow' protest is reportedly being planned for motorways and major roads across the UK at 6.30pm on Friday, March 22. The...

Lancaster Guardian, yesterday, 15:03
 

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers threaten to bring mass disruption to M6 with "go slow" protests

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers are threatening to bring the M6 to a standstill if Britain's departure from the EU is postponed. A 'go slow' protest is reportedly being planned for motorways and major roads across the UK at 6.30pm on Friday, March 22. The...

Chorley Guardian, yesterday, 15:03
 

Pro-Brexit lorry drivers threaten to bring mass disruption to M6 with "go slow" protests

0 Have your say Pro-Brexit lorry drivers are threatening to bring the M6 to a standstill if Britain's departure from the EU is postponed. A 'go slow' protest is reportedly being planned for motorways and major roads across the UK at 6.30pm on Friday,...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 15:02
 

Greater Manchester Police worst in country at solving hate crimes

HATE crimes are less likely to be solved in Bolton and across Greater Manchester than anywhere else in the country. Greater Manchester Police are closing nearly a half of investigations into racially and religiously-aggravated offences without...

Bury Times, yesterday, 15:01
 

"Shocking": Leading epilepsy charity slams lack of crucial support for North West teens

Ahead of Purple Day, which aims to raise global awareness of epilepsy, one of the UK's largest epilepsy charities has highlighted the lack of support for teenagers with the condition in the North West, pointing out that they are four times more likely...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 14:48
 

"Shocking": Leading epilepsy charity slams lack of crucial support for North West teens

Ahead of Purple Day, which aims to raise global awareness of epilepsy, one of the UK's largest epilepsy charities has highlighted the lack of support for teenagers with the condition in the North West, pointing out that they are four times more likely...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 14:44
 

These are the 9 things that will cost you more from April this year

From council tax to stamps, here the the 9 price rises to expect next month. 1. Stamp price rises From April 1, 2019 The Royal Mail is increasing the prices for first and second class stamps.First class stamps are to rise by 3p,to 70p, while 2nd class...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:43
 

"Shocking": Leading epilepsy charity slams lack of crucial support for North West teens

Ahead of Purple Day, which aims to raise global awareness of epilepsy, one of the UK's largest epilepsy charities has highlighted the lack of support for teenagers with the condition in the North West, pointing out that they are four times more likely...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 14:43
 

Three year driving ban for Burnley ex-squaddie

An ex-member of the Armed Forces has been banned from driving for three years, after his second drink-drive offence Burnley magistrates heard how Scott Ashman was caught after police saw him doing about 50mph on a 30mph road and going through a red...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 14:37
 

Agricultural worker from Whalley with drugs in system banned from driving

A Whalley agricultural worker, over the cocaine and cannabis driving limit, hit another car with a mother and daughter in, a court heard. Tai Kaye had more than three times the cocaine limit and twice the cannabis limit in his system. He told police...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 14:32
 

VIDEO: Heart-stopping moment car narrowly misses HGV on M60

CCTV shows the heart-stopping moment a motorway driver ignored warning signs and narrowly avoiding crashing into a lorry after changing lanes at the last moment. The reckless motorist had been travelling along a closed lane marked by a red X on the...

Bury Times, yesterday, 14:31
 

Armed police swoop on Liverpool street over 'malicious communication'

Armed police descended on a Liverpool street in response to what turned out to be a crank call. Pictures sent in by an ECHO reader show the dramatic scenes as several police vehicles and armed officers swooped in Wavertree this morning. One witness...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 14:28
 

Agricultural worker from Whalley with drugs in system banned from driving

A Whalley agricultural worker, over the cocaine and cannabis driving limit, hit another car with a mother and daughter in, a court heard. Tai Kaye had more than three times the cocaine limit and twice the cannabis limit in his system. He told police...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 14:22
 


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