DETECTIVES have charged a man in connection with an aggravated burglary in Warrington, following an armed police incident at Orford on Thursday.
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AFTER receiving numerous complaints from motorists who were fined after unknowingly using a new bus lane, Warrington Borough Council has taken the decision to cancel all current fines.
Anger over transparency as units for huge Six 56 distribution centre on green belt land go on the market
ANGRY Cllrs and residents have raised concerns over transparency as the “to let signs” went up for units on the controversial Six 56 distribution centre proposal for Green Belt land at Grappenhall.
ANOTHER COVID-19 related death has sadly been reported at Warrington Hospital where inpatient numbers have also increased, although infection rates have fallen slightly for the first time in recent weeks.
ONE more COVID-19 death has sadly been reported at Warrington Hospital while infection rates are continuing to rise with 170 new cases confirmed in the town.
WHILE no further hospital deaths have been reported COVID-19 infection rates and inpatient numbers have risen, with 168 new cases confirmed in the town – including the first suspected case of the Omicron variant.
Council “stuck between rock and hard place” as Together Energy chief admits “impossible” to survive if prices remain high
FORMER Warrington Borough Council leader Ian Marks says the council is “stuck between a rock and a hard place” over its controversial investment in Together Energy.
Council to address complaints as motorists see red after being fined for using bus lane due to confusing signs
WARRINGTON Borough Council says it will address complaints about confusing road signage after an online petition was launched calling for action after numerous motorists received fines for driving in a town centre bus lane.
ENERGY supplier Together Energy has been given to the end of January to pay £12.4 in unpaid Renewables Obligations, while Warrington Borough Council says it has not loaned any more money to the company it has a 50 pc stake in.
WARRINGTON will lose a number of important rail services if the rail industry’s proposed December 2022 timetable changes come into force.