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The consultation no-one wanted

WARRINGTON Borough Council says there were no comments from the public when it carried out a six week consultation on its future executive arrangements.

Drugs, theft, robbery-it's Creamfields again

ANOTHER Creamfields festival has come and gone, with an estimated 40,000 people attending on both Bank Holiday Saturday and Sunday - many staying for both days.

Chernobyl kids visit laboratory

YOUNGSTERS from Belarus had a day of fun in Warrington including launching stomp rockets with their feet and learning about the planets.

"Town relies on rail" - MP

WARRINGTON South MP David Mowat has added his support to a Parliamentary motion highlighting the extent to which British businesses and the economy rely on rail.

Is town centre ready for a youth club?

IS Warrington town centre the place to build a £6 million "world class" youth centre?

Disappointing? Or downright lazy?

A REPORT to Warrington Borough Council's Economy and Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee says the response rate to a consultation on proposals to sell 13 pieces of land, estimated value more than £1 million, was disappointing in some areas.

Common sense not politics!

THE elections have been and gone and we have a new coalition Government nationally with the Tories and Lib Dems in power, while locally Labour made some surprise gains, making them the largest political party at the town hall.

Use your vote wisely!

YOU may have noticed elections are looming - both nationally and locally.

Is there light at the end of the tunnel?

IS there light at the end of the tunnel?  Does a recent appeal decision offer some hope for those who would like to see Warrington town centre radically changed to become more family friendly?

Spending plans make gloomy reading

WARRINGTON Borough Council's spending plans for the period up to 2013 make gloomy reading. After years of cutbacks we are to expect more cutbacks. One wonders how long it can go on.

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