Teen stabbed man with a piece of glass found in skip
Teen stabbed man with a piece of glass found in skip

Teen stabbed man with a piece of glass found in skip

A TEENAGER has been jailed for stabbing a man with a piece of glass.Jamal Adam-Neale, 16, was found guilty of wounding with intent and two counts of common assault after the attack on a man in his 20s at around 1.40am on Monday, August 23 following  an argument on Scarisbrick Avenue. The victim
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Police constable who had secret sexual relationship with alleged rape victim warned to expect a jail sentence

Police constable who had secret sexual relationship with alleged rape victim warned to expect a jail sentence

by Lynda Roughley

A POLICE constable from Parbold has been warned to expect a jail sentence after being convicted of misconduct in public office and attempting to

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Aughton man included in appeal to trace UK’s most wanted fugitives

Aughton man included in appeal to trace UK’s most wanted fugitives

by Henry James

AN Aughton man is included in an appeal to trace and bring to justice 12 of the UK’s most wanted fugitives believed to be hiding in Spain.John James

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Incredible pictures show how 'Tower of Hope' could stand 48-storeys high on Lord Street

Incredible pictures show how 'Tower of Hope' could stand 48-storeys high on Lord Street

by Tom Martin

THESE incredible images show how Lord Street could soon have one of the tallest buildings outside of London as part of ambitious plans to build a 48

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Champion launches new series of live video interviews with your local MPs

Champion launches new series of live video interviews with your local MPs

by Danielle Thompson

The Champion has launched our new series of live video interviews with your local MPs – and we want your questions for the next one!Sefton Central MP

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Parbold village to receive £200k worth of funding to tackle flooding

Parbold village to receive £200k worth of funding to tackle flooding

by Henry James

PARBOLD village is to benefit from £200,000 worth of funding to help tackle flooding and is one of 10 new projects drawn up to tackle the

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Tributes paid to organiser of Bothy Folk Club who has died

Tributes paid to organiser of Bothy Folk Club who has died

by Henry James

TRIBUTES have been paid to a well-renowned organiser of the Bothy Folk Club for 46 years, Clive Pownceby, who died on Tuesday, January 4.A spokesman

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MP slams county council for ‘failing to carry out improvements’ to roundabout in Skelmersdale

MP slams county council for ‘failing to carry out improvements’ to roundabout in Skelmersdale

by Henry James

WEST Lancashire MP Rosie Cooper has slammed Lancashire County Council “for failing to carry out the improvements to a roundabout in Skelmersdale

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Hair salon nominated for two awards

Hair salon nominated for two awards

by Tom Martin

A HAIR salon in south Sefton will be hoping to be a cut above the rest after it was shortlisted in the UK Hair and Beauty awards.ABBIHAIR, on Harris

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£3.4m fund to help retrofit poorly insulated homes

£3.4m fund to help retrofit poorly insulated homes

by Tom Martin

A £3.4million fund has been released by Sefton Council to retrofit poorly insulated homes in Sefton.The funding, which has been secured from the

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Exhibition to focus on famous visitors to town in 19th century

Exhibition to focus on famous visitors to town in 19th century

by Tom Martin

A SOUTHPORT student  has been awarded funding to launch an exhibition  featuring the stories of the town’s most famous visitors from the 19th

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MG Owners Club make New Year charity cheque presentations

MG Owners Club make New Year charity cheque presentations

by Henry James

THE Lathom based West Lancashire MG Owners Club have made their New Year charity cheque presentations.This was as a result of fund raising at their

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County Councillor welcomes County Deal for Lancashire but adds she wants to see more detail

County Councillor welcomes County Deal for Lancashire but adds she wants to see more detail

by Henry James

SKELMERSDALE County Councillor Julie Gibson, the Labour Group Shadow Spokesperson for Economic Regeneration and Growth, has reacted cautiously to the

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Lancashire Police hold conference to focus on targeting rural crime in 2022

Lancashire Police hold conference to focus on targeting rural crime in 2022

by Henry James

LANCASHIRE Police has held a conference with their key stakeholders and partners with the aim of putting the focus on tackling rural crime in

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West Lancashire College offering a new start for young people this January

West Lancashire College offering a new start for young people this January

by Henry James

WEST Lancashire College is offering a range of full-time courses starting on January 31 specifically for those aged 16-18 who are looking to take

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Anger at plans to roll-out wheelie bins to residents in terraced houses

Anger at plans to roll-out wheelie bins to residents in terraced houses

by Tom Martin

A SCHEME to use wheelie bins for waste collection for streets in Waterloo is being proposed by Sefton Council just two years after a similar plan

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Final call issued to take part in consultation on stoke services

Final call issued to take part in consultation on stoke services

by Henry James

THE NHS is reminding people in Sefton and West Lancashire that it’s still not too late to share their views on a proposal to establish a

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Tributes paid to former Reds chief after his death in Southport, aged 86

Tributes paid to former Reds chief after his death in Southport, aged 86

by Tom Martin

TRIBUTES have been paid to Liverpool Football Club’s former secretary and chief executive, Peter Robinson, who lived in Southport, after he passed

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Man banned from retail shops after thefts

Man banned from retail shops after thefts

by Tom Martin

A MAN from south Sefton has been banned from entering a number of retail shops after he was convicted of theft.Sean Clamp, 32, from Bootle, has been

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Tree clearance work causes upset among residents in Skelmersdale

Tree clearance work causes upset among residents in Skelmersdale

by Henry James

RESIDENTS are up in arms that workmen have cleared sections of wooded land at Railway Road in Skelmersdale, which was once the home of cable-makers

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Caring for your staff’s mental well-being is vital, says Tezlom's director

Caring for your staff’s mental well-being is vital, says Tezlom's director

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MENTAL well-being has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years, with companies looking to find ways of embracing better mental health standards for

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‘Historic artefacts find should delay homes development’

‘Historic artefacts find should delay homes development’

by Tom Martin

A PARISH councillor who has found historic ‘artefacts’ on land designated for a housing development in Thornton wants the area to be fully

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Age Concern Crosby branch becomes part of national charity

Age Concern Crosby branch becomes part of national charity

by Tom Martin

AGE Concern Crosby, which  celebrates  its 70th  anniversary this year, has become part of a national charity that works to combat loneliness and

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Mawdesley Health Club & Spa celebrates after their manager wins a Manager of the Year award

Mawdesley Health Club & Spa celebrates after their manager wins a Manager of the Year award

by Henry James

STOCKS Hall Health Club & Spa in Mawdesley have been celebrating after their manager Mark Donnelly, won a Manager of the Year 2021 award.Mark was

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Supermarket plans extension to include 'Market Kitchen'

Supermarket plans extension to include 'Market Kitchen'

by Tom Martin

A SUPERMARKET in Southport town centre has revealed expansion plans.A planning application has been submitted for Morrisons, off Esplanade, to extend

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Pensioner left 'upset' after she was sent socks by energy firm

Pensioner left 'upset' after she was sent socks by energy firm

by Tom Martin

AN elderly woman in Birkdale was left “confused and upset” after she was sent a pair of socks by her energy provider to encourage her to turn the

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New domestic abuse proposal being considered

New domestic abuse proposal being considered

by Henry James

A PROPOSAL to invest £3.8m to tackle domestic abuse is being unveiled by Lancashire County Council.A new report sets out a fresh approach to

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Progress in fight to make misogyny a hate crime welcomed by Police Commissioner

Progress in fight to make misogyny a hate crime welcomed by Police Commissioner

by Tom Martin

MERSEYSIDE’S Police Commissioner has welcomed the “growing pressure” to make misogyny a hate crime after it was discussed in the House of Lords.Emily

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Firefighters warn of dangers posed by sunlight reflecting off mirrors

Firefighters warn of dangers posed by sunlight reflecting off mirrors

by Tom Martin

FIREFIGHTERS are warning people not to put glass or other reflective items on windowsills after sunlight reflecting off mirrors caused two serious

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BBC police drama shot in Liverpool set to air next week

BBC police drama shot in Liverpool set to air next week

by Tom Martin

A POLICE drama series which had scenes shot in Waterloo is to air on the BBC next week.The Responder, which stars Martin Freeman, was mainly filmed

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Inspiring mum hopes to help others to get back into shape - with their tots in tow!

Inspiring mum hopes to help others to get back into shape - with their tots in tow!

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AN EXERCISE entrepreneur has started the New Year with a bang after launching her baby-friendly fitness classes for mums across Maghull, Aintree,

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Students make most of new T-level courses

Students make most of new T-level courses

by Tom Martin

HUGH Baird College students from south Sefton have completed their first term studying a new technical qualification called T-levels.T-levels are a

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Search to find Southport's best fish or seafood recipe

Search to find Southport's best fish or seafood recipe

by Tom Martin

A SEARCH has been launched to discover Southport’s best fish or seafood recipe!The appeal has been made by local fisherman and fish shop owner Kevin

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Shop reported to have sold alcohol and cigs to children

Shop reported to have sold alcohol and cigs to children

by Henry James

A SHOP in Ormskirk town centre could lose its premises licence after reports it sold fake cigarettes and alcohol to children.The Ormskirk Superstore

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