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Vote: Help us decide on the best Christmas song of all time

You came in your hundreds to help us draw up a shortlist of Christmas songs - but there can only be one winner.
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Fire service

Massive fire at waste facility

A massive fire tore through a warehouse and caused a huge amount of damage at a waste facility in Prescot.

The New Fleece Hotel, Warrington Road, Ashton-in-Makerfield

Rock pub’s licence revoked by council

A badly-run rock pub which subjected town centre residents to months of late-night misery has had its licence revoked by a council committee.

Festive fun on the streets of Liverpool

Liverpool at Christmas - a fantastic festive weekend break

When you imagine a city break your brain most likely conjures up the likes of Paris, Rome, Amsterdam or even New York.

Marie Rimmer MP

MP says disabled jobseekers not helped

A St Helens MP has strongly criticised the Government for failing to support disabled jobseekers.

Hansel and Gretel at Citadel

Hansel and Gretel at Citadel

The Citadel have teamed up with renowned theatre company Horse + Bamboo to present the perfect Christmas treat Hansel and Gretel told like you’ve never seen it before.

Cowley International College

Schools lead the way in helping young carers

Schools has been helping to make sure young carers don’t miss out on an education.

TalkTalk headquaters in west London

TalkTalk hit by massive cyber attack

TalkTalk has said it has been affected by the same cyber attack that left Post Office broadband customers without an internet connection.

A number of accidents have been reported on the M6 this morning.

Accidents on M6 Southbound causing delays

There have been a number of accidents this morning (Friday, 2 December) affecting Southbound traffic on the M6 around the Wigan and Cheshire areas.

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A crashed car

Thousands show support for Drive For Justice campaign

Almost 2,500 people have signed a petition lobbying for stiffer punishments for those who kill or seriously injure on our roads.

Seddys Teddy and Maggie Heap, community project manager for Seddon Construction, with some of the pupils

Pupils given special safety assembly

Pupils at a primary school have been learning all about safety on construction sites.

Warning after rogue traders target pensioners

Warning after rogue traders target pensioners

Residents in St Helens are being urged to be cautious after two reports of rogue traders asking for money.

Joseph "Terence" Maughan

Teenager missing for three weeks

Police are appealing for help to find a teenager who has been missing for nearly three weeks.

Police warning after rogue traders target pensioners

Police warning after rogue traders target pensioners

Residents in St Helens are being urged to be cautious following two reports of rogue traders asking people for money.

Police have launched a crackdown on drink and drug driving

‘None For The Road’ campaign launched

Merseyside Police has today launched its annual Christmas drink and drug driving campaign, urging motorists to have ‘None For The Road’.

A balloon launch at the recent World Mental Health Day event. The balloons carried positive mental health messages encouraging recipients to talk about mental health and challenge stigma.

National recognition for mental health campaign

St Helens Council is in the running to win the top prize in a prestigious national awards programme that celebrates the most innovative and effective local authorities.

The Steve Prescott Bridge will be turning green

Bridge going green in memory of crash victims

The Steve Prescott Bridge will light up green on Wednesday evening in memory of the 71 victims killed in the Columbia plane crash tragedy.

Man charged with theft

Man charged after paving stones stolen

A man has been charged after paving slaps were stolen from a Grade II listed building.

St Helens Town Hall

Council urged to reconsider response to report

St Helens Council has been asked to reconsider its response to a report into a complaint about a disabled man’s care.

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