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Police issue appeal for missing man

Police have reissued an appeal for information to help trace a missing man.
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Appeal to send birthday cards to autistic St Helens girl goes viral

Appeal to send birthday cards to autistic St Helens girl goes viral

A heart-warming social medial bid has been launched calling on members of the public to send birthday cards to an autistic girl from St Helens who never gets invited to parties.

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Man wanted in connection with St Helens sex attack is named

Man wanted in connection with St Helens sex attack is named

Detectives are appealing for help to catch a 46-year-old man wanted in connection with sex assault in St Helens.

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Have you say on changes to local pharmacies

Have you say on changes to local pharmacies

Residents in St Helens are being asked their views about their local pharmacy.

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Tracy O'Hara

Police officers honoured with medals for distinguished service

Merseyside Police Chief Constable Andy Cooke QPM has congratulated two officers after their recognition in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

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Blind veteran from St Helens celebrates Armed Forces Day

Blind veteran from St Helens celebrates Armed Forces Day

Bernard Meehan, 64-years-old, from St Helens, is a blind Army veteran who served in the Royal Corps of Signals.

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St Helens student revving up for future careers

St Helens student revving up for future careers

Motor vehicle students at St Helens College have been given the opportunity to work with the latest advancements in technology within the industry thanks to kind donations from their employer partner and one of their industry links, Lookers Vauxhall.

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St Helens North MP Conor McGinn

MP disappointed after Helen’s Law omitted from Queen’s Speech

A campaigning MP says he is “disappointed” Helen’s Law - named in memory of a Billinge murder victim - was not included in the Queen’s speech.

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Best ever results for school admissions in St Helens

Best ever results for school admissions in St Helens

St Helens is once again among the front runners when it comes to first preference school admissions after achieving its best ever results for secondary school applications.

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Hope Centre’s M&S makeover

Hope Centre’s M&S makeover

The Hope Centre has recently benefited from a makeover – not just any makeover, but an M&S makeover.

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The new Snap Map

VIDEO: Everything you need to know about Snapchat's new location sharing Snap Map - according to Snapchat

Social media service Snapchat has introduced a new tracker in its latest update allowing people to see the exact location of their friends.
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Tributes as ‘outstanding’ deputy head retires

Tributes as ‘outstanding’ deputy head retires

The deputy headteacher of a St Helens primary school has been recognised for his service to teaching after picking up a lifetime achievement award.

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Consultation over changes to NHS services in St Helens

Consultation over changes to NHS services in St Helens

Health chiefs in St Helens are looking for views on changes to stroke services in the town.

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Johnny Vegas, pictured shortly before he starred in The Libertine with Johnny Depp

Johnny Vegas’ Glastonbury ‘debut’

Johnny Vegas appeared at Glastonbury ... during a controversial screening of his film The Libertine.

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Dean Speakman and Vicki Calland

Pair guilty of taking Ellen’s belongings

A couple has admitted handling the stolen laptop and mobile phone of murdered college student Ellen Higginbottom and then trying to destroy them.

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Dean Speakman and Vicki Calland

Pictured: Billinge couple who stole murder victim Ellen Higginbottom’s laptop

This is the couple who have admitted handling the stolen laptop and mobile phone of murdered college student Ellen Higginbottom and then trying to destroy them.

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St Helens North MP Conor McGinn

MP Conor vows to keep fighting for Helen’s Law

A campaigning MP says he is “disappointed” Helen’s Law - named in memory of a Billinge murder victim - was not included in the Queen’s speech.

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'Tombstoning' and swimming in open waters is dangerous, council chiefs have warned

Council warning over dangers of open water swimming

Council chiefs have issued a warning of the dangers of swimming in the borough’s open waters.

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Dr Phil Cooper

Pioneering mental health campaigner awarded MBE

A mental health expert - who established a pioneering campaign to address depression following rugby league legend Terry Newton’s death - is set to become an MBE.

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Budding musician Jake McKechnie

Jake’s a singing sensation

A young singer is catching the eyes of music superstars after appearing on a huge TV talent show.

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