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Carmella De Lucia

Carmella De Lucia

Reporter for the Chester Chronicle. Covering a huge range of subjects in her work, Carmella also runs the Women Today and the Nostalgia pages. She was highly commended in the O2 Media Awards 2013, 2014 and 2015 for North West Weekly Newspaper Journalist of the Year.

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Jo McFetridge and Zena Davies from Boots, in Chester, are supporting cancer sufferers in the city by doing training around make-up application for patients

Chester make-up counter duo helping those affected by cancer

Carmella De Lucia talks to Zena Davies and Jo McFetridge

Students from Tarporley High School celebrate their GCSE results

'Exceptionally high standards' at Tarporley High

School's joy over highest ever percentage of top grade passes in their GCSEs

Ellen Harris, Emma Morgan and Kara McCarthy from Abbey Gate College celebrate their GCSE results at Abbey Gate College

All smiles for GCSE at Abbey Gate College

100% of students manage to achieve five A*-C grades

Poet Roger McGough will be the guest speaker at The High Sheriff’s Cheshire Prize for Literature

Star name is to spread the word at award night

Roger McGough will be guest speaker at Cheshire Prize for Literature night

The Marie Curie Cancer Care Etape Mercia event gets under way at Oulton Park

Charity race leaves Cheshire villages stranded and out of pocket

Residents and businesses angry over rural road closures during bike event

Cllr Stuart Parker, Executive Member for Culture and Recreation and Kate Harland, the museum’s learning development officer, prepare for the Motherhood exhibition

Mothers honoured in new city centre exhibition

Motherhood from 1860-1960 explored at Grosvenor Museum in Chester

Nicola Peate of Helsby dislocated her jaw eating a 5lb burger

Woman dislocates jaw while eating huge burger

Nicola Peate of Helsby becomes worldwide talking point

Harry Hopson, aged 91, with wife Jean and the Arctic Star medal

Artic Star award to electrician who served with the Royal Navy

It is recognition of the ‘great bravery’ of those who contributed to the Second World War effort to deliver much-needed supplies to Russia

A group of former councillors have started a campaign for shoppers to park for free at any time of the day at council-owned facilities in Ellesmere Port - Cheshire West and Chester Council

Campaign underway to get free parking back as Asda in Ellesmere Port

They say the move will boost footfall and increase trade to ailing shops that are struggling to survive

Whitby Road Ellesmere Port

Anger over plans for future housing development in Ellesmere Port

Just under 5,000 new homes are suggested over the next 20 years

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