TOWN Hall planning chiefs at Warrington are investigating a new pay-and-display car park which has opened in the town centre – apparently without the benefit of planning permission.
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A total of 165 knives and other weapons have been taken off the streets of Warrington following a knife surrender week co-ordinated by local police.
THE RSPCA has launched an investigation into the mystery dumping of 30 dead guinea pigs at badger sett in a rural area near Warrington.
Warrington identified as a council Government intends to work with to stop risky investments and reduce debt
WARRINGTON South MP Andy Carter has welcomed a Government announcement that it intends to introduce new legal powers to stop local authorities like Warrington, from making risky investments with public money.
VIDEO: WARRINGTON South MP Andy Carter used Prime Minister’s Questions to raise concerns over the controversial Six56 Green Belt development, following the Planning Inspectorate’s decision to permit the giant logistics hub near Appleton Thorn.
VIDEO: IT will mark the end of an era when ferryman Kevin Wilkinson retires after almost 20 years of operating the historic Penny Ferry across the Manchester Ship Canal at Thelwall.
WARRINGTON Borough Council is investigating a formal complaint over the controversial Six56 planning application approval, which has been given the green light by the Secretary of State this week.
LOCAL campaigners have been left angry after hearing that the Secretary of State is not going to call in the controversial Six56 logistics development on Green Belt land in south Warrington.
TEENAGER Khovan Hussein from Warrington, who has overcome a heart condition, autism and Tourette’s in his mission to motivate other young people to get involved in sport has been recognised with the Rotary Young Citizen Sporting Hero Award 2022.
URGENT supplies are heading to Ukraine thanks to Warrington-based Care UK Charity- the 70th container/lorry of aid going abroad to help those displaced by or facing conflict.