TV stars Kirstie Allsop and Phil Spencer have been viewing properties in Wilmslow this week on behalf of house-hunters considering
‘A sense of hopelessness’: Racially-motivated GM hate crime offences against kids up 155% in last three years
The number of racially-motivated hate crimes against children in Greater Manchester rose by a staggering 155% over the last three years.
‘British ideas, British passion, an Italian touch’: MM meet IQ, an intelligent blueprint for entrepreneurs
Three local businessmen, Mike Williams, Cris Marzoli and Shaun Peach discuss their new venture-designer clothing brand, IQ. The trio talk about being thrown into the deep end of the fashion industry and give a unique insight into the mindsets of new business owners.
North West’s first anti-stalking unit to open after police and charity agree on ‘ground-breaking’ project
Cheshire Police has signed a collaboration agreement with two other police forces and a charity to deliver a ground-breaking anti-stalking programme.
Jodrell Bank may be surrounded by sleepy green fields, but the historic science centre’s reputation extends far beyond its home in the heart of Cheshire.
Dust off your flares and practise your best dance moves – The Jacksons, Soul II Soul and Billy Ocean are headed to Manchester in August.
Creamfields 2018: Fat Boy Slim, Idris Elba, Annie Mac and The Black Madonna to headline Cheshire festival
Creamfields have released their line-up for the summer and it’s more star-studded than ever.
An off-duty female Cheshire Police officer has been named as one of the dead after Monday’s terror attack at Manchester Arena.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘I’m always fighting for local people’: George Osborne defends Evening Standard role at Cheshire link road opening
Former Chancellor of the Exchequer and Cheshire MP George Osborne claims he will continue to serve his Northern constituents whilst simultaneously editing the London Evening Standard.
Science and music collide: French electro wizard Jean Michel Jarre to headline new Jodrell Bank discovery festival
The bluedot festival – a nod to Carl Sagan’s pale blue dot – will take place in the shadow of the iconic Lovell radio telescope at the Cheshire observatory between July 22-24.
It sounds an odd way to raise money, but a children’s cancer charity has just launched a Shoecember campaign and wants people to wear two different shoes, then do a selfie to raise funds.