Wednesday May 22
Bolton celebrates National Vegetarian Week
This week has been declared National Vegetarian Week by The Vegetarian Society. Reporter Dale Haslam found out what is happening in Bolton for non-meat-eaters. The answer is simple - there are many meals you can prepare after a supermarket shop, whether it be a Quorn stir fry, pasta or pizza.
Mon May 20, 2013
Chester Evening Leader
Former Chester City FC director on drugs charges
A FORMER director and club accountant of Chester City FC has been charged with drug dealing following a huge police operation.
Fri May 17, 2013
Eight charged after drug warehouse raid
Police are investigating the sale of the 313 kgs of mephedrone with the street value of A 3.8 million through an online website called www.wide-mouth-frogs.com, which was run from a unit in Bloomfield Road, Farnworth.
Thu May 16, 2013
Why chaplain Karen is blessed
WHEN Karen Openshaw was just 15 she lost her mum to cancer and, at the same time, her faith in God.
Mon May 13, 2013
Catalent Pharma Solutions Wins Two Prestigious Process Excellence Awards
Staying up-to-date has never been simpler. Sign up for the free GenePool newsletter today! Somerset, NJ - May 13, 2013 - Catalent Pharma Solutions won two Process Excellence Awards at the recent PEX Network European Awards ceremony in London.
Brollies out for Bromley Cross summer fair
THOUSANDS of people cast aside the rainy weather to bring their own rays of sunshine to Bromley Cross summer fair.
Mon May 06, 2013
British Pantry celebrates 35 years in Redmond; new Three Lions Pub to open on Tuesday
It's been 35 years since Mavis Redman brought a taste of her native England to Redmond in the form of the British Pantry .
Could China save UK art galleries?
An exhibition of art treasures from Bury, Bolton and other northern English towns has become a success in China.
Toddle waddle to boost charity funds
TODDLERS and children will join the annual Bolton Boundary Walk this summer to raise money to buy wheelchairs and trikes for youngsters with disabilities.
Sat May 04, 2013
Once upon a time in Breightmet...
ONCE upon a time in Breightmet , there was a group of young men who wanted to make their lives better.
Thu May 02, 2013
How yobs blight some of Bolton's communities - and what is being done to stop them
AS figures reveal parts of Bolton have some of the worst numbers of anti-social incidents in Greater Manchester, Bolton News reporter CHARLOTTE DOBSON takes a look at how bad behaviour can blight communities.