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Knowsley, England Newswire

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  1. 'City Region will be a positive for town'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 |

    ST HELENS, Knowsley, Sefton Councils etc have had 40-plus years to plan and actively improve the region and towns.


  2. Police warning after spate of Southport burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | Southport Visiter

    People are being warned to be vigilant after a number of burglaries and attempted burglaries have taken place in Southport .


  3. Hospitals start year under heavy pressureRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 |

    ST HELENS and Whiston were among hospitals across the country struggling to cope during the first week of the year. In the week ending Sunday, January 8, St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust issued a 'level 3' alert every day.


  4. Away Fan Guide: Crystal PalaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | Everton FC

    Tickets for this fixture are Sold Out . Supporters are advised not to travel unless they are in possession of a valid match ticket.


  5. 'The death spiral of St Helens is over' - claims senior councillor after Florida Farm development passedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 |

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  6. Former police officer returns to Cheshire as new assistant chief constableRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | Warrington Guardian

    A FORMER police officer has returned to Cheshire to step up to the role as the new assistant chief constable. Dad-of-one Darren Martland has spent his first week in the job after previously serving as assistant chief constable with Cumbria Constabulary for the past 18 months.


  7. Borough without A-levels plans their returnRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | BBC News

    Knowsley is planning to offer its young people A-levels again, with government and local representatives holding meetings over a new A-level centre. The last school in the borough to teach A-levels, Halewood Academy, announced last year that it could no longer afford to offer the qualifications.


  8. Housing plans risk road safety say Rainford campaignersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 |

    PLANS to build more than 400 houses near a "dangerous road junction" have been branded "highly irresponsible" by campaigners in Rainford. Under the council's local plan preferred options, developers could build around 415 homes on Mill Lane, close to the junction with the A570 bypass.


  9. 1956 Challenge Cup winner Brian Howard has died, aged 83Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 |

    Another link from the 1956 Challenge Cup winning squad has been severed with the passing of Brian Howard at the age of 83. The 1956 success against Halifax at Wembley was the first time the Saints had lifted the gleaming trophy and Brian played his part in this never-to-be-forgotten triumph. Playing left centre that afternoon, Brian's deft pass on the hour to Frank Carlton enabled the winger to fly away and score the crucial first try of the game that did so much to ensure eventual victory.


  10. Police raid Wirral homes in crackdown on illegal motorbikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | Wirral Globe

    NINE people have been arrested and three bikes seized in dawn raids today as part of a campaign targeting anti-social use of motorbikes across Merseyside. Police also uncovered a cannabis farm, A 9,000 cash, controlled drugs and suspected stolen items, including high-value watches, a drone and an industrial tool known as a 'concrete wacker' during raids at addresses in Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, Liverpool and St Helens.


  11. Saints in pre-season training. But only a match can blast off the cobwebs and fine-tune playsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 |

    They are barely memorable affairs - particularly the ones in which the whole squad gets a spell to the extent that the casual spectator loses track who is actually playing. Off the top of my head, of the dozens I have watched since 1978, only three or four pre-season games have been particularly memorable.


  12. Nine arrested and suspected stolen motorcycles seized in crackdown of ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | Southport Visiter

    Merseyside Police have arrested nine people and seized three bikes after 13 warrants were executed on Thursday, January 12 in Sefton, Wirral, Knowsley, Liverpool and St Helens. Three suspected stolen motorbikes were recovered as well as a cannabis farm, 9,000 cash, other controlled drugs and suspected stolen items, including high-value watches, a drone and an industrial tool known as a 'concrete wacker'.


  13. Southport colleges to join merger and create one college for Sefton areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | Southport Visiter

    For colleges from across Sefton, including two from Southport , are set to merge and create a single college for the area. A review of further education in Merseyside has recommended that Southport and King George V Colleges should merge with Hugh Baird in Bootle and South Sefton College.


  14. HeadteacherKnowsleyThe Governors of Bluebell Park School are looking...Read the original story

    Wednesday Jan 11 | Times Educational Supplement

    The Governors of Bluebell Park School are looking to recruit a full time Headteacher. Applications are invited from an exceptional, motivated and inspirational individual with a proven track record of successful school leadership in the field of special educational needs.


  15. St Helens NHS bosses win new contractRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 11 | St. Helens Reporter

    Cash-strapped St Helens NHS bosses have been awarded a contract to deliver adult community service for the borough's hospital trust. The new service was developed following a six month review of Intermediate Care and Out of Hospital Nursing Services which identified that current services in St Helens were not equipped to meet the needs of the local population over the next few years.


  16. Sutton man fined after his dog attacks a postmanRead the original story

    Monday Jan 9 | St. Helens Reporter

    Simon Wakefield admitted being the owner of a dog that was dangerously out of control in a public place, causing an aggravated injury to a Royal Mail delivery officer in Spinners Drive, Sutton. The court also ordered him to keep his dog permanently muzzled and on a short non-extendable lead when in a public place.


  17. Sarah O'Brien, clinical chief executive at NHS St Helens CCGRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 9 |

    COMMUNITY health services in St Helens are to be delivered by three organisations in partnership, after a review found that current services were not equipped to meet the needs of the population over the coming years. NHS St Helens Clinical Commissioning Group has awarded the contract to deliver adult community services - which include district nursing and community matrons - to St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, alongside 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and St Helens Rota.


  18. Support staff and management at St Helens College face uncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 8 |

    THE potential merger of two colleges could put up to 50 jobs at risk of redundancy, the Star has learned. The link up between St Helens College and Knowsley Community College would see the institutions cater for more than 11,000 students.


  19. Rainford residents join fight against green belt developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 7 |

    More than 1,000 new homes could be built in Rainford in the years to come if the plans to release land from the greenbelt goes through A GROUP of villagers have joined together to raise awareness of proposals that could see land released from the green belt to pave the way for 1000 new houses. St Helens Council's Local Plan, which is open to consultation, suggests releasing land so developers could seek permission to build 1,140 houses in Rainford.


  20. Fashion retailer fined for selling over illegal tobaccoRead the original story

    Friday Jan 6 | St. Helens Reporter

    Mohammed Aslam, owner of MA Fashions in Earlestown, was taken to Liverpool, Knowsley and St Helens Magistrates Court by St Helens Council Trading Standards after approximately A 1500 worth of illegal product was seized from his shop by trading standards officers in April this year. Officers were acting on the intelligence of concerned residents when they raided the premises with assistance from Merseyside Police and specially trained sniffer dogs.