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Paedophile “Bunnies” walks free from court

A paedophile using the name “Bunnies” who indulged in disgusting online sex chats with two undercover police officers posing as under-age girls denied having a sexual interest in children.

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Is bigger any better?

BIGGER certainly isn’t always better when it comes to running organisations – in fact my recent experiences suggest the complete opposite.

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Shop local and support Small Business Saturday

TODAY, December 3, marks Small Business Saturday and with the cost-of-living crisis, there has never been a more important time to support local businesses in Warrington.

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Christmas – the gift of giving!

CHRISTMAS is coming and traditionally it is the season to the jolly – but there will be many suffering this year from the “cost of living crisis” and the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Lymm outgunned on Humberside

FOLLOWING a narrow victory by the odd point in November between these two sides, Lymm headed to Humberside on Saturday hoping to add to their league points tally.

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Warrington Gaelic GAA host Sam Maguire Cup

WARRINGTON GAA Gaelic sports team (Na Mic Tíre) were delighted to recently host the Sam Maguire Cup at the town’s Irish Club – the Challenge Cup/FA Cup of the Gaelic Football world.

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Treasure trove of memories of man who saved The Wire

A treasure trove of memorabilia of former Warrington RLFC Chairman Sir Ossie Davies, the man who saved The Wire, has come to light, sparking memories of the club’s Wembley triumph 50 years ago this year.

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Lymm outgunned on Humberside

FOLLOWING a narrow victory by the odd point in November between these two sides, Lymm headed to Humberside on Saturday hoping to add to their league points tally.

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Warrington Gaelic GAA host Sam Maguire Cup

WARRINGTON GAA Gaelic sports team (Na Mic Tíre) were delighted to recently host the Sam Maguire Cup at the town’s Irish Club – the Challenge Cup/FA Cup of the Gaelic Football world.

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Treasure trove of memories of man who saved The Wire

A treasure trove of memorabilia of former Warrington RLFC Chairman Sir Ossie Davies, the man who saved The Wire, has come to light, sparking memories of the club’s Wembley triumph 50 years ago this year.

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Payroll cards: benefits for business and staff

Payroll cards are a convenient solution not only for employees who receive their salaries but also for employers. Such cards are prepaid; they can be used only within the amount credited to the balance.

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Warrington businesses urged to step up cyber security

Recent guidance from the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has reiterated the importance of cyber security for Warrington businesses. The guidance – in the form of a draft code of practice – advises Warrington business leaders to make cyber security a key focus area.

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Carpets and Beds

Carpet suppliers and carpet cleaners in the Warrington area.

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Kerry Katona reveals menopause onset fear

FORMER Atomic Kitten and reality TV star Kerry Katona revealed that she could be suffering from the symptoms of the menopause during an appearance on GB News.

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Treasure trove of memories of man who saved The Wire

A treasure trove of memorabilia of former Warrington RLFC Chairman Sir Ossie Davies, the man who saved The Wire, has come to light, sparking memories of the club’s Wembley triumph 50 years ago this year.

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Treasure trove of memories of man who saved The Wire

A treasure trove of memorabilia of former Warrington RLFC Chairman Sir Ossie Davies, the man who saved The Wire, has come to light, sparking memories of the club’s Wembley triumph 50 years ago this year.

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Start 2024 in the best way with Dry January

The festive season brings excitement for many, but it can also be a time of indulgence, and perhaps drinking more alcohol than we would like. As we head into a new year, many people will be wanting to feel a little fitter and healthier.

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Refreshing to read common sense

I have just read the April 2021 edition of Warrington Worldwide and I am delighted with Gary’s comments in the Editorial.