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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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Staff left terrified by armed robbery at Little Sutton shop

SHOP workers were terrified when robbers wielding planks of wood raided a Little Sutton newsagents.

Chuka Umunna, Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for business, innovation and skills, visits Vauxhall factory in Ellesmere Port

ANDREW Miller, Labour MP for Ellesmere Port and Neston, was delighted to welcome Labour’s Shadow Secretary of State for business, innovation and skills last week.

Asbestos pensioner who worked at Ellesmere Port factory HH Robertson awarded compensation

A PENSIONER who developed a disabling medical condition from working in a roofing materials factory where asbestos was frequently present has been awarded compensation.

Law firm with branch in Ellesmere Port shortlisted for national award

A LAW firm that has a branch in Ellesmere Port has been shortlisted for a national award.

Great Sutton mum holding burlesque night for charity

A PROLIFIC fundraiser is promising fun, glitz and glamour at her latest charity night.

Cheshire West and Chester Council explains social media push

CHESHIRE West and Chester Council (CWaC) is getting interactive on the internet.

Neston girl among budding performers putting on a show for shoppers

A BUDDING performer from Neston was among a group of talented youngsters entertaining shoppers with an impromptu flashdance.

The Tempest to take place at the National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port

A PERFORMANCE of one of Shakespeare’s last plays, The Tempest, will take place at the National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port.

Chester Zoo ‘really excited’ by birth of rare piglets

TWO of the rarest pigs in the world have been born at Chester Zoo.

New Cheshire police boss aims to reduce officers and staff

CHESHIRE’S new Tory police and crime commissioner, John Dwyer, is backing an almost 2% rise in next year’s police budget – but this will result in the loss of police officer and back-office posts.

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