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  • Macclesfield College student takes the stage again.

    A former Engineering student from Macclesfield College is set to make their second appearance on the WorldSkills stage. Brandon Mayer has made it through to the...

  • The Simon & Garfunkel Story

    Has it really been 50 years since the most successful Folk/Rock Duo of all time recorded their first no1 hit single ‘The Sound of Silence’?...

  • Three die in Alderley Edge crash

    A serious collision in Alderley Edge resulted in the death of three people. At just after midnight on Sunday 4 November  emergency services were called...

  • Disruption for rail passengers

    Rail services to Manchester Airport, as well as Birmingham and London, have been disrupted today by a broken rail. The problem, outside Manchester Piccadilly station,...

  • MP takes on the Langley 7

    This year’s Langley 7 race was another big success, with organisers expecting over £3,000 to have been raised for this year’s nominated local charity, the...

  • Appeal following Knutsford assaults

    Police are appealing for information after a man sexually assaulted two women in Knutsford. The first incident happened on Bexton Road, Knutsford, at around 3.45...

  • Statiflo heads over the pond

    Local engineering company Statiflo is accelerating its overseas expansion with its first business partners in South America. Statiflo, headquartered in Wood Street, Macclesfield, designs and...

  • What’s on at Cinemac

    Cinemac Old Sunday School Roe Street Macclesfield SK11 6UT Recorded Information: 01625 423535 Enquiries: 07534 920495 Tickets • can be purchased on the door, subject to demand...

  • Great British Barber Bash

    The Great British Barber Bash is on its way to Buxton for the first time on Tuesday 27 November, from 6pm to 9pm at Buxton’s...

  • Appeal for witnesses to Alderley Edge collision

    Police investigating a serious collision in Alderley Edge are appealing for witnesses. Emergency services were called to a serious collision on the A34 Melrose Way...

  • £10 million refurb for Mottram Hall

    Mottram Hall is to undergo a £10m refurbishment, overseen by Wilmslow-based Architect CT. The 18th century grade two-listed building encompasses a hotel, spa, golf course and...

  • Chelford man caused serious crash then fled the scene

    A Chelford pick-up driver has been jailed for causing a serious head-on crash – then fleeing the scene. James Leach, of Oak Road, Chelford, left...

  • Best Kept Village award for Gawsworth

    Gawsworth has won the Cheshire Best Kept Village – Improvement Award for 2018 and also picked up a ‘Little Gem’ Award for the Park Play...

  • Stop it Now! – targets child sex viewing

    The number of people in the North-West seeking help to stop looking at sexual images of children online has more than doubled in just six...

  • Congleton raid – three charged with drugs offences

    Three people have been charged with drugs offences following a raid at an address in Congleton. Cheshire Police raided a house in Woolston Avenue and...

  • Petition to sort out The Flowerpot junction

    Following the recent fatality of a young motorcyclist, Caitlin Douglas has started a petition to bring East Cheshire’s attention to the very dangerous junction at...

  • Green Light for Peak Park Neighbourhood Area

    The Peak District National Park Authority has designated a new Neighbourhood Area – an important first step in local communities influencing the planning of the...

  • Karndean Inspire Studio at Arighi Bianchi

    Choosing a new floor can be really tricky, but a brand-new concept in flooring showrooms, open now at Arighi Bianchi, is set to change all...

  • Password generator

    It seems like every day the cyber crooks are developing ever more varied scams to you from your hard-earned funds. Strong and varied passwords are...

  • Council highways teams gear up for winter

    Cheshire East Council’s highways teams are geared up to face the coming winter weather – as forecasters predict an arctic blast hitting the region this...