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Windle councillor hits back at advice not to back greenbelt protestors

A senior parish councillor has hit out at official advice urging him not to support a campaign to save the borough’s greenbelt land.

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Post office workers in St Helens stage strike

Post office workers in St Helens stage strike

More than a dozen postal workers have staged a walk-out at the town centre’s Royal Mail office.

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Residents exposed to hazardous materials at care home

Residents exposed to hazardous materials at care home

A St Helens care home has been rated as inadequate after inspectors found elderly residents were often unsafe and exposed to hazardous materials.

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Adam Ellison

Family appeal for information after Adam's murder

The family of Adam Ellison, who was stabbed to death in Prescot at the weekend, have appealed for help in finding his killer.
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Windle Island

East Lancs Road to be closed this weekend

Motorists in St Helens are being warned to expect delays over the next couple of weekends while cable diversion work takes place.

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Lidl is opening a new store in St Helens

Lidl store to open in St Helens

Budget supermarket Lidl is set to open a new store in St Helens.

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Adam Ellison

Family's heartbreaking tribute to man stabbed to death in Prescot

The family of a man stabbed to death in Prescot say "their world has fallen apart".
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Saints away kit

Saints launch new home and away strips

St Helens have unveiled their new kit for next season.
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Dog chased and ‘barked aggressively’ at runner

Dog chased and ‘barked aggressively’ at runner

An Eccleston man has complained about an out of control dog that urinated on football pitches before chasing a jogger.

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Parish council warned not to help save greenbelt land

Parish council warned not to help save greenbelt land

Parish councillors in Eccleston have been warned by legal officers not to be associated with a campaign to save greenbelt land within the village.

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Rainford High Technology College

School applies for netting on security fence

Education bosses have applied for permission to erect a illuminated fascia sign on the school grounds.

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School suspends headteacher after poor exam results

School suspends headteacher after poor exam results

A secondary school headteacher has been suspended after an investigation was launched into its poor performance.

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Merseyside Police

Police appeal for help after motorcyclist is injured

Merseyside Police is appealing for witnesses after a road traffic collision in St Helens left a motorcyclist with a serious head injury today
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Man stabbed to death in Prescot

Man stabbed to death in Prescot

A murder investigation has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in Prescot town centre last night.

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Parr library stages gritty teenage play

Parr library stages gritty teenage play

Award-winning theatre company 20 Stories High is set to return to libraries with HEADZ, a new series of funny, gritty and heartfelt monologues about the everyday lives of some extraordinary young people.

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Hospital chiefs make paper-less move

Hospital chiefs make paper-less move

Health bosses in St Helens became the first in the country to stop using paper medical records and have taken another step towards a paper-less future.

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St Helens town hall

Town’s parks could be transferred from council ownership

Cash-strapped council bosses in St Helens are considering selling off the borough’s parks in a bid to help save £20.6m over the next three years.

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Jon Wilkin in action against Castleford Tigers

Wilkin confirms he will play on

Jon Wilkin has no intention of hanging up his boots on a illustrious and trophy-laden career at St Helens.

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