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These two men are wanted by police in connection with an alleged theft from the Iceland store in Albert Square, Widnes. Quote incident number CC14331525.

Caught on camera

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Halton Ramblers take in the Shropshire scenery

Halton Ramblers trip to Oswestry, Shropshire
The walking group embarked on three routes near Oswestry

Halton testicular cancer charity marks fifth anniversary with awards evening

Lou Challoner, Rich Wilding WildBikes, Roy Basnett, Leah Gorry
The Mark Gorry Foundation (MGF) held the event at The Parklands Sports Club on Friday, November 14

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These two men are wanted by police in connection with an alleged theft from the Iceland store in Albert Square, Widnes. Quote incident number CC14331525.

Caught on camera

Do you recognise anyone from these CCTV images?

Halton Ramblers trip to Oswestry, Shropshire

Halton Ramblers take in the Shropshire scenery

The walking group embarked on three routes near Oswestry

Lou Challoner, Rich Wilding WildBikes, Roy Basnett, Leah Gorry

Halton testicular cancer charity marks fifth anniversary with awards evening

The Mark Gorry Foundation (MGF) held the event at The Parklands Sports Club on Friday, November 14

In pictures: Pets of the week, November 20

Take a look at our latest pets of the week

Poppy was a Border Collie, owned by Rebecca Harper of Farnworth who said:

In pictures: Pets of the past, November 20

Take a look at this week's pets of the past

Higher Education Students Graduation

Celebrating with honours

Riverside College Celebrates Higher Education and Access students at Graduation

Jet was owned by Tasha Barnes and was 12-years-old. He loved squeaky toys and to sit outside in the sun.

In pictures: Pets of the past, November 13

Take a look at this week's pets of the past

Buddy is an 11-year-old African grey who likes fruit and veg. He is owned by Amanda Harkins, of Runcorn.

In pictures: Pets of the week, November 13

Take a look at our latest pets of the week

Year six children with the school's memorial

Special poppy assembly

Remembrance day at Weston Primary School

(L to R) Colour Sergeant Martyn Horton, Lance Corporal David Ramsden, Private Douglas Halliday from Wallasey and Private Alex Isaac

Three Merseyside soldiers died in Afghan bridge attack, inquest hears

Attack killed four in 2010 when armoured vehicle tumbled into canal

Cronton sport stars in a group

Future sport stars train at Cronton

Sporting stars of tomorrow training at Cronton

Ramblers take on the Peak District

Halton Ramblers embark on walks in the Peak District

The group undertook five routes near Calver in Derbyshire

Eye on the sky in association with Liverpool Astronomical Society

Eye on the sky in association with Liverpool Astronomical Society

Take a look at the latest from Eye in the sky

Max (right) was a golden retriever owned by Julie and Les who said he loved rolling in mud and being around people. Duke (left) was a Labrador owned by Barbara and Artie. He enjoyed playing deaf and coming back when he was good and ready!

In pictures: Pets of the past, November 6

Take a look at this week's pets of the past

These three best friends love playing together on Runcorn Hill and Park. Freya is an Alsatian owned by Ray and Joy, Maisie is a Chocolate Labrador owned by Julie and Sam is a four year old Black Labrador owned by Colin.

In pictures: Pets of the week, November 6

Take a look at our latest pets of the week

Albert Bann

Widnes woman returns soldier's bible to his family 100 years after it was found on First World War battlefield

Search for owner's descendants made breakthrough on centenery of outbreak of Great War after great-grandson found online

Picture: Carl Court/PA Wire

Runcorn election hopeful hails bid to disband House Of Lords

Julia Tickridge says replacing peers with elected senate would give more power to regions

Edward Timpson MP

Primary schools in Halton receive cash to improve PE

DfE awards £23m to the North West

Halton mayor Shaun Osbourne, with Georgina Evans and parents Cathy and Geoff

Teenage swimmer honoured by Halton's mayor

Georgina Evans, 18, from Hale Village, represented Team GB at the Youth Olympics

The Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at a Wirral Chamber of Commerce Q & A at the Hillbark Hotel, Royden, Wirral. null

Reread: David Cameron Q & A in Runcorn

Updates as the Prime Minister speaks to an audience in Halton

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These two men are wanted by police in connection with an alleged theft from the Iceland store in Albert Square, Widnes. Quote incident number CC14331525.

Caught on camera

Halton Ramblers trip to Oswestry, Shropshire

Halton Ramblers take in the Shropshire scenery

Lou Challoner, Rich Wilding WildBikes, Roy Basnett, Leah Gorry

Halton testicular cancer charity marks fifth anniversary with awards evening

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