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TWO suspects have been charged with discharging a firearm in Runcorn.Read
A GOVERNMENT watchdog has fined Halton Borough Council after it revealed a child’s adoptive parents’ address to the birth mother by accident.Read
In the June 6 edition of the Runcorn Weekly News we published inaccurate information about occupancy rates at Halton Lea.Read
CHESHIRE Chief Constable Dave Whatton has the ‘full support’ of the police commissioner after being referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.Read
A RUNCORN pervert has started an 18-month prison sentence after forcing a girl to have sex with him after he groomed her through mobile phone messaging.Read
A GANG of youths who launched a homophobic attack on two women in Widnes are being hunted by police.Read
PLANNING chiefs have scrapped chemical giants Ineos Chlorvinyl’s latest attempt to increase the limits imposed on HGV deliveries to its Runcorn incinerator.Read
A BAGSNATCHER pulled a knife on his elderly victim and a bystander who stopped to intervene, say police.Read
A FRANTIC river rescue operation in Widnes was abandoned after it emerged the ‘casualties’ were in fact engineers surveying the river.Read
THOUSANDS of wellwishers turned out to welcome 1st Battalion Mercian Regiment troops back from Afghanistan for a homecoming march through Runcorn and Widnes.Read
HALTON Lea shopping centre has revealed more details about its plans for the future.Read
A CONTROVERSIAL decision to grant planning permission for an apartment block on an iconic site in Widnes has sparked fury among neighbours.Read
A MULTI-MILLION pound investment is set to turn a new housing estate in Daresbury into one of the brainiest neighbourhoods in Britain.Read
A GREEN-FINGERED thief stole 20 plants from a Runcorn youth centre garden.Read
BAIL is due to end today for a suspect accused of conning Runcorn and Widnes pop fans out of cash for fake ticket deals.Read
A TRAVEL firm has denied that bus drivers are to go on strike in Widnes and Runcorn over reduced pay.Read
VIKINGS fan-favourite Patrick Ah Van has ditched his trademark bushy hair-do as he begins his quest to help send a brave little girl for life-saving treatment in America.Read
A PROTEST group called Stand Up In Halton (SUIH) has urged Runcorn and Widnes residents to march in protest at the Government’s welfare reforms.Read
PLODDERS from across Halton are celebrating after their latest awards evening helped to raise more than £500 for charity.Read
THE owner of a Runcorn logistics firm has ploughed fresh investment into the Widnes Vikings.Read
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