Cheshire County, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Great American Songbook Foundation Named GRAMMY Museum Cultural AffiliateRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Joining an elite group of institutions worldwide, the Great American Songbook Foundation at the Center for the Performing Arts has been named a Cultural Affiliate of the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum. As a Cultural Affiliate, the Songbook Foundation will have access to GRAMMY Museum exhibitions, educational initiatives, research programs, internship opportunities, technical support, collaborative promotion and more.

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  2. UCI heats up as David Lappartient attacks Brian CooksonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Mail

    REVEALED: Inside story behind A 196m Neymar deal that would stun the world as Barca grow tired of Brazilian's playboy lifestyle 'We have agreed terms with Real Madrid for the transfer of Morata': Chelsea settle on fee that could rise to A 70.6m for striker Manchester United academy leads the way again in the Premier League after graduates racked up more than double the minutes of nearest rival Tottenham PSG confident of landing Neymar after he is sold by club's vision Shelvey claims England are 'crying out' for a midfielder like him... but Newcastle star fears he has the wrong image Pietersen open to playing for South Africa as former England star admits: 'It's a possibility, we'll wait until 2019' Pep confirms City's pursuit of A 26m Danilo... who would take their outlay on right backs alone to A 80m! Solanke bags first Liverpool goal before Origi strikes to seal comfortable victory for ... (more)

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  3. Campaigner calls for criminal charges over NHS scandal that infected him with hepatitis CRead the original story

    Wednesday | Runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk

    A CAMPAIGNER who contracted hepatitis C after being treated with infected blood by the NHS has called for criminal charges to be brought against anyone responsible. Michael Kenwright, from Runcorn, has campaigned for justice for 30 years after contracting the virus when he was treated for haemophilia with infected blood products.

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  4. Road safety event at Widnes MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk

    Halton and Warrington Road Safety Partnership made up of Cheshire Fire and Rescue, Cheshire Police and Halton and Warrington Councils will be outside Widnes Market and Morrisons between 10am and 3pm promoting the campaign 'Look, look again. We all share the road.

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  5. Back Pain Relief Device Ready for Takeoff with Amazon LaunchpadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PR Log

    LIVERPOOL, England - July 19, 2017 - PRLog -- LumbaCurve Back Pain Relief has been selected to be showcased on Amazon's Innovation Launchpad platform. Amazon Launchpad is a unique programme that showcases cutting-edge products to millions of Amazon customers.

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  6. Everton's Funes Mori has another op, out for up to 9 monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    LIVERPOOL, England - Everton defender Ramiro Funes Mori has undergone further surgery on a knee injury and will not return to action before 2018.

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  7. Wirral Council migrates existing corporate GIS to CadcorpRead the original story

    Wednesday | Directions Magazine

    At Wirral Council, geographical information is shared with the public through self-service and with 40 teams across the Local Authority. Cadcorp will supply the Council with its off-the-shelf web mapping product, Web Map Layers.

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  8. Married teacher, 53, 'had sex with 15-year-old schoolboy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Mail on Sunday

    Caught red-handed: The moment a Baltimore cop 'planted drugs to set up a suspect' and was caught on his own body camera 'A frenzy of violence': MS-13 slaughters four young men by using girls to lure them into a park and hacking them to death with machetes, knives and clubs Americans say Don Jr.'s meeting with the Russians was 'inappropriate' - even when they're told it was to get dirt on Hillary Do I have to, Mommy? Sleepy Prince George rubs his eyes and tugs at Kate's coat as the royals receive an official welcome in Berlin Her royal hugness! Kate receives a rapturous welcome from young fans as she and William dole out cuddles and high fives on a visit to a children's charity in Berlin Sombre Kate and William pay their respects at Berlin's Holocaust Memorial and meet Auschwitz survivor, 96, who recalls the 'terrible' stench of the crematorium EXCLUSIVE: OJ Simpson's parole may be in ... (more)

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  9. County League: Oulton Park still setting paceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Northwich Guardian

    Davenham captain Dan Hancock keeps his eye on the ball during his side's successful run-chase against Widnes on Saturday. Picture: Paul Heaps OULTON Park's batsman amassed a total that proved beyond Upton's reach as the Division One leaders ran out comfortable victors.

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  10. A glimpse into the history of Tatton Park's dining roomRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Knutsford Guardian

    IN our new series explorig historic rooms in Cheshire, investigating what went on there and discovering what state it is in today, we get a glimpse inside Tatton Park's dining room. And yet whilemuch is known about the grounds in which its beautiful Georgian mansion house sits, what treasures can be found inside this Neo-Classical stately home and, if the walls could talk, what stories would they tell? Set amid more than 50 acres of gardens and at the heart of 1,000, acres of landscaped parkland, this magnificent stately home on the edge of Knutsford town is one of the most complete historic estates in Britain.

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  11. Callum Smith vs. Erik Skoglund WBSS Bout on September 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Boxing Scene

    The battle for the inaugural 168lb Muhammad Ali Trophy begins on September 16th with the first of the World Boxing Super Series' hugely anticipated super middleweight match ups. British betting favourite and number two seed Callum Smith will meet undefeated Swedish star Erik Skoglund in a quarter-final bout at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, United Kingdom.

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  12. Peaky Blinders and Evermoor - why Arley Hall is becoming a hotspot for TV and film crewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Warrington Guardian

    Its stately homes have played host to numerous period pieces, Steven Spielberg once filmed in Knutsford and even Disney waslured by the county's charm for its first live action series filmed outside of America. It used Arley Hall as the centrepiece for The Evermoor Chronicles and has returned for the past few years to film more episodes.

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  13. Crewe Alex Draw At Barrow In Pre-SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Vital Football

    Crewe Alexandra continued their pre-season preparations with a 0-0 draw away at Barrow last night as they gain match sharpness before the season opener at home to Mansfield in two and a half weeks time. We started the game with their strongest available line-up as George Ray, James Jones and Jordan Bowery all missed out due to injury.

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  14. 'Preferred development' sites including green belt land revealed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Warrington Guardian

    GREEN belt sites that could be developed on to ensure Warrington meets its development needs by building 24,000 homes by 2037 have been revealed. An eight-week public consultation on the local plan preferred development option is under way, with residents being urged to have their say.

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  15. Liverpool's Greatest Scouser XI of Last 50 Years vs Greatest Other Englishman XIRead the original story

    Wednesday | BleacherReport

    While the Premier League is a global game these days, the emergence of Trent Alexander-Arnold at Liverpool last season showed how local talent can still make it to the top. The teenager, who was born in West Derby, Liverpool, has been in the Reds' system since he was six years old.

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  16. Ian Paterson case: Surgeon's sentence referred to Court of AppealRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BBC News

    Paterson, who carried out unnecessary operations, was jailed for 15 years in May after being found guilty of 17 counts of wounding with intent and three of unlawful wounding. Under the scheme, anyone can ask for a crown court sentence to be reviewed if they think it is too low.

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  17. More than 3,000 drivers register for bridge tolls on first dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk

    THOUSANDS of people across Halton and the surrounding area have successfully registered with merseyflow on its first day of registration. By midnight on Monday, 3,304 people had registered with merseyflow, with almost 90 per cent of those people registering online.

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  18. Left, nurse Rhiannon Alcock, right, some of the knives handed in during last year's amnestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Your Leek Paper

    A STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS nurse has spoken out about the devastating impact of knife crime as part of a campaign urging people to 'bin the blade.' Staffordshire Police's latest knife amnesty - which ended on Sunday - has seen bins set up at police stations and other venues across the county where people can surrender their weapons without fear of prosecution.

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  19. Pam Wood with other campaigners from Leek outside the bet365 Stadium...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Your Leek Paper

    CAMPAIGNERS from Leek took part in a mass protest at hospital bed closures during a meeting of health chiefs yesterday. NHS Care For All also comprises councillors from Leek, Newcastle, Stoke-on-Trent, MPs as well as representatives from the Royal College of Nursing, Unison and the CWU, campaigning group Healthwatch and the North Staffs Pensioners' Convention.

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  20. Snoutwood Trotters hive honours Manchester worker beeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Warrington Guardian

    THE team at Snoutwood Trotters have created their own unique tribute to the spirit of Manchester following the terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert on May 22. Business owners Rebecca Scott and Liam Tickle have built a hive with the symbol of the city's worker bee carved above the bees' new home. The couple donned their beekeeping suits and have been helping the new additions to their Great Sankey farm settle in.

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