Police tackle anti-social behaviour

WARRINGTON Police have issued special powers to tackle anti-social behaviour involving groups of youths gathering in certain areas of the town.


Good to see Warrington climbing culture league table

It is good to see Warrington has started to climb the national league table for culture and heritage, although I believe we still have a way to go if we ever want to become a “City of Culture.”


Roger Hunt made Honorary Freeman

WARRINGTON’S most famous footballing son, world cup winner Roger Hunt, has been made an Honorary Freeman of the Borough by the council.


Referees share Eric Lawrinson award

STEPHEN Dean and Tara Jones shared the Eric Lawrinson Referee of the Year award at the Warrington Rugby League Referees’ Society annual awards evening.


Wolves performance in international tournaments

Warrington Wolves players are often in high demand at an international level, going on to represent England, Wales, and Scotland on the global stage. Here’s a look at some highlights of international tournaments, as well as the latest international news for current Wolves players.


House builder announces new appointments

WARRINGTON-based housing and regeneration specialist Galliford Try Partnerships has announced the appointment of a new build manager and two managerial promotions.


Dog walkers’ lack of respect

THREE times over the last two weeks, when walking through St Thomas’ Churchyard in Stockton Heath, I was appalled to see dog walkers blatantly standing and watching their dogs off leash running around urinating on and fouling graves.