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  1. A planning application has been submitted for a new cycle hub at Sale's Metrolink stop.Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers

    The proposals have been developed by Transport for Greater Manchester to encourage people to cycle to work by providing secure cycle parking facilities. If approved by Trafford Council, Sale's new hub would be housed in the old train station waiting room building at the tram stop, with up to 50 cycle parking spaces alongside lockers for storing cycle helmets and other cycling accessories.


  2. Four in hospital after Trafford car crashRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers

    CASUALTIES were cut free of vehicles after two cars collided in a 'serious' road traffic collision in Sale last night, Thursday, December 18. The vehicles, understood to be powerful Jaguar and Vauxhall models, collided at the junction of Dane Road and Waverley Road at 7.26pm. Fire engines from Sale and Altrincham, as well as the technical rescue unit from Ashton-under-Lyne attended the scene.


  3. Guilty of being pregnant, and telling truth at job interviewRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 16 | RandomPottins

    WHEN we were young it was considered a feature unique to faraway totalitarian regimes, and unimaginable in Britain, that the state should dictate to couples whether they could have children, or how many. Laws forbidding abortion, and even contraception, are more common, especially where the authoritarian Church holds sway.


  4. Schools 'need support not blame'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Newsday

    When the New Charter Academy opened six years ago in Ashton-under-Lyne, Greater Manchester, it replaced two failing schools. He knows because he has a 20-year track record of turning round failing schools, and from experience he knows it will take him seven years to build "an outstanding comprehensive".


  5. Geoff Hurst: Less-remembered cricket career of England football legendRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 |

    Geoff Hurst seems to be seeing the ball like a football at Stamford Bridge as Deryck Murray, Clyde Walcott, Viv Richards, and Alvin Kallicharran look on from rather unconventional fielding position Getty Images Sir Geoff Hurst, born December 8, 1941, was England's hero of World Cup Football final in 1966. Abhishek Mukherjee looks at the somewhat less-remembered cricket career of the legend.


  6. I'm a Celeb star Melanie Sykes plunges in for a steamy bikini bathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 7 |

    Mel Sykes has an amazing body for a 24 year old - which is pretty good going considering she's 44. The brunette beauty from Ashton-under-Lyne near Manchester shot to fame as a saucy ice cream van lady serving a frothy pint of Boddies to a runner. And many moons later the Lancashire lovely can still get men into a froth with her banging body and is giving I'm a Celebrity some of its sexiest scenes.


  7. Smartmoan- Schoolgirsl's phone story reveals true meaning of ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 |

    As we hurtle towards the most tech-influenced Christmas ever, with web spending set to top the A 11bn spent online in December 2013, it has taken a Manchester schoolgirl to remind grown-ups of the true meaning of Christmas. 11-year-old Hannah Lillis's winning story in a festive writing competition is a simple and stark reminder to time-pushed parents that all their children want this Christmas is love and attention.


  8. Winter training remains at clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Lancashire Telegraph

    BURNLEY RUFC's senior training sessions on Tuesdays will continue to be held at the club throughout December, January and February. However, Thursday night training that also used to be held at the club will move to Thomas Whitham Sixth Form College from 8-9pm.


  9. Coca Cola truck fails to show for childrens' hospital visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Daily Mail

    Cancer-stricken children facing their last Christmas stranded in the cold for more than an hour after Coca Cola truck fails to show for hospital visit It was meant to be a magical visit, creating special memories for some children who are unlikely to live to see next Christmas. But as dozens of children with cancer stood waiting in the cold, some risking their health to do so, it began to become clear a special Christmas visit was not going to happen.


  10. Passenger who smashed plane window with punch admits he deserves 'no sympathy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Daily Mail

    Nicholas Whittaker, 43, has been warned he could face jail after cracking the window of a Thomson Dreamliner A passenger who punched and smashed an airliner window during a row with his partner admitted in court he deserves 'no sympathy' after being warned he faces jail for his actions. Nicholas Whittaker, 43, sparked panic among passengers on the Thomson Dreamliner after he cracked the inner window of the jet with a single punch while it was 35,000ft in the air.


  11. Air rage man who went 'nuts' and cracked plane window at 35,000ft apologises to passengersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 |

    A passenger who went 'nuts' at 35,000ft, cracking a jet window , has apologised for his actions after a judge told him he could be jailed. He cracked the inner plastic window of the holiday jet with a punch as he returned from a holiday to Florida, reports Manchester Evening News.


  12. Booming junior rugby at Trafford MVRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | Messenger Newspapers

    With the 2nd Xl the only senior team to play at the weekend - going down to a 25-3 defeat at Fleetwood - the focus was on the junior section. Players ranging from under-5s to u16s have been put through their paces with around 350 playing the game on MV's MacPherson Park playing fields.


  13. Opinion: Explained - why no one is eligible for universal creditRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | 24dash

    It's not surprising with all that's happened this week on the universal credit news front that tenants and landlords alike are scratching their heads trying to make sense of all the conflicting and confusing messages that abound. Some landlords, especially in the NW of England, are also understandably concerned that they may experience a hike in UC claimants in the New Year.


  14. Three sisters take over cafe at Heaton Fold Garden CentreRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 |

    Heaton Fold Garden Centre Cafe, Bolton. Pictured are, Gillian Cornwell and sisters, Margaret Porritt and Joan Burrage.


  15. Antony Cotton left disgusted by homophobic language on Twitter after gay pride argumentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 |

    The Coronation Street actor , who is openly gay, shared a stream of messages on the social media site of a conversation about A 1,000 going to a gay pride event in Ashton-under-Lyne , Tameside, Greater Manchester. A user named Liam Billington posted: "Seriously? A 1,000 on a "party".


  16. Health chiefs want arty residents to decorate new Altrincham HospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Messenger Newspapers

    Those interested in helping, will work with arts charity Lime and alongside artist Stella Corrall, to develop the finished designs. She will create a piece of artwork for the main waiting area, as well as designs for three glass panels in the new hospital which is due to open in spring next year.


  17. Five arrested including boy, 16, in connection with drug network in Winchester and SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Hampshire Chronicle

    FIVE people, including a 16-year-old boy, have been arrested in connection with a drug supply network operating in Winchester and Southampton. Hampshire Constabulary's Operation Fortress team has been working with Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire forces to target the group.


  18. a Noises Offa offers classic backstage farce a " previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2013 |

    Hailed as one of the greatest British comedies ever written, Michael Frayn 's multi-award-winning backstage farce Noises Off serves up a riotous double bill - a play within a play. Hurtling along at breakneck speed it follows the backstage antics of a touring theatre company as they stumble their way through rehearsals in Weston-super-Mare, to a shambolic Wednesday matinee in Ashton under-Lyne, and a final disastrous performance in Stockton-on-Tees.


  19. 'Same' gun killed two different menRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2014 | Newsday

    A gun used in the murder of a Greater Manchester shopkeeper was also linked to another killing a month ago, police have revealed. Detectives said tests showed the same gun used to shoot Pragaret Singh, also known as Charlie, on 31 October was used in the death of Kieran McGrath on 10 October.


  20. 30 years of super-stylesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2014 | IcChuddersfield

    One of Huddersfield's best-known town centre salons, Rubens, is now in its 30th year. That's quite an achievement, given that the average lifespan of a hairdressing business is just seven years.