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Top athletes join 12-year-old on 31-day challenge

30 August 2020
Top athletes join 12-year-old on 31-day challenge

Top athletes join 12-year-old on 31-day challenge

30 August 2020

Come rain, shine or heatwave, one youngster has resolutely pulled on his trainers to run 5km every day this month for a cause close to his heart.


‘University of Tools’ seeks its future stars

30 August 2020
‘University of Tools’ seeks its future stars

‘University of Tools’ seeks its future stars

30 August 2020

A major employer is seeking the next generation to join its ‘University of Tools’.


Kelly checks out after 43 years of booking holidays

29 August 2020
Kelly checks out after 43 years of booking holidays

Kelly checks out after 43 years of booking holidays

29 August 2020

Travel agent has seen many changes throughout her career and has booked thousands of holidays for customers over the decades.


‘Environmental disaster’ as fish perish in putrid water

29 August 2020
‘Environmental disaster’ as fish perish in putrid water

‘Environmental disaster’ as fish perish in putrid water

29 August 2020

Questions are being asked over what caused thousands of fish and river life to die in a stream this week.


Station still bears the scars of Luftwaffe attacks

24 August 2020
Station still bears the scars of Luftwaffe attacks

Station still bears the scars of Luftwaffe attacks

24 August 2020

World War Two incidents which killed at least seven personnel 80 years ago have been remembered.


‘I want someone to tell the truth about my son’

23 August 2020
‘I want someone to tell the truth about my son’

‘I want someone to tell the truth about my son’

23 August 2020

A mum haunted by questions about what happened to her 12-year-old son’s body after he died in 1997 is renewing her fight for answers.


48-hour runner braves the heat to raise £6,500 for charity

22 August 2020
48-hour runner braves the heat to raise £6,500 for charity

48-hour runner braves the heat to raise £6,500 for charity

22 August 2020

When James Walters planned a fund-raising 48-hour running challenge, he did not expect to be completing it during a heatwave.


Catalytic converter thieves target two cars

19 August 2020
Catalytic converter thieves target two cars

Catalytic converter thieves target two cars

19 August 2020

Police are appealing for witnesses after incidents this week.


Flood-hit club has opened to members today

18 August 2020
Flood-hit club has opened to members today

Flood-hit club has opened to members today

18 August 2020

A health club is back up and running today after flooding caused by heavy rainfall on Sunday.


Shops closed for clear-up operation after yesterday's rainfall

17 August 2020
Shops closed for clear-up operation after yesterday's rainfall

Shops closed for clear-up operation after yesterday's rainfall

17 August 2020

Roof damage has forced two shops to close temporarily.


Tributes to mum-of-two who ‘thought of others’ feelings above her own’

15 August 2020
Tributes to mum-of-two who ‘thought of others’ feelings above her own’

Tributes to mum-of-two who ‘thought of others’ feelings above her own’

15 August 2020

Lily, who always put others’ feelings before her own, died on Friday of metastatic breast cancer at the age of 37.


Father and son raise £4,000

12 August 2020
Father and son raise £4,000

Father and son raise £4,000

12 August 2020

A father and son who pledged to ‘Brave the Shave’ might have lost their locks, but they have gained thousands for charity.


Man admits robbing Tesco Express and taking car

10 August 2020
Man admits robbing Tesco Express and taking car

Man admits robbing Tesco Express and taking car

10 August 2020

A man who robbed a shop and stole a car will be sentenced next month.


Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

09 August 2020
Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

Language firm says it is hanging on by 'a gossamer thread'

09 August 2020

BLS English has not qualified for rates relief or Government support through Covid-19 crisis.


Perception of safety is key to shoppers’ return – BID

09 August 2020
Perception of safety is key to shoppers’ return – BID

Perception of safety is key to shoppers’ return – BID

09 August 2020

Call for improved one-way signage in Market Thoroughfare and Central Walk.


Campaign for new outdoor gym on Howard estate wins support

08 August 2020
Campaign for new outdoor gym on Howard estate wins support

Campaign for new outdoor gym on Howard estate wins support

08 August 2020

'There is nothing on the estate for teenagers.'


The countdown is on to a different Girls Night Out

07 August 2020
The countdown is on to a different Girls Night Out

The countdown is on to a different Girls Night Out

07 August 2020

Denise and Nicola are among those completing walking challenges in aid of St Nicholas Hospice Care on September 12.


Green light given to £145m leisure centre and hub plan

05 August 2020
Green light given to £145m leisure centre and hub plan

Green light given to £145m leisure centre and hub plan

05 August 2020

Concerns raised over traffic, light pollution and impact on existing athletics track.


Campaigners' horror as chopping work starts on Thurston oak

04 August 2020
Campaigners' horror as chopping work starts on Thurston oak

Campaigners' horror as chopping work starts on Thurston oak

04 August 2020

Housing developer Persimmon pledged not to touch the trees until September.


New faces set up their stalls after market site van ban

03 August 2020
New faces set up their stalls after market site van ban

New faces set up their stalls after market site van ban

03 August 2020

'Nice atmosphere' is praised by traders.


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