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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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Mental health initiative reaching out to debtors is launched in Ellesmere Port

A PIONEERING initiative to help professionals recognise whether their distressed clients in debt have mental health problems has been launched in Ellesmere Port.

Couple who sold homemade jam at market in Ellesmere Port celebrate product being launched in Tesco

A COUPLE who began selling their homemade jam in Ellesmere Port’s indoor market are celebrating their product being launched in Tesco.

Clean-up operation at cemetery following oil spill

A TEAM of stonemasons will begin a clean-up operation on gravestones at Ellesmere Port’s Overpool cemetery on Monday.

Malpas residents pack out Jubilee Hall for planning meeting

DOZENS of Malpas residents packed into the Jubilee Hall to voice their protests against a potential housing development in the village.

Funeral of Ellesmere Port mum to be held on Friday

THE tragic death of a young Ellesmere Port mum who died suddenly last week will be marked with a memorial service on Friday.

Number of dog attacks on postal workers on increase

DOG attacks on postal workers across Ellesmere Port are rising - with owners being asked to control their pets.

Hospice of the Good Shepherd shops receive national accolade after staff training at Cheshire Oaks Retail Academy

THE Hospice of the Good Shepherd has become the first charity in the UK to achieve WorldHost Recognition Status for its high street retail shops.

Performing arts course to be held at Neston Community and Youth Centre

BUDDING young thespians in Neston have the chance to take part in a performing arts course.

Your Champions 2012: Community stalwart Olive Minors nominated for volunteer award

COMMUNITY stalwart Olive Minors has been put forward as a candidate for this year’s Your Champions awards.

Former CEO of Ellesmere Port chemical giant admits bribery charges

A FORMER chief executive of Ellesmere Port chemical giant Innospec has admitted bribery charges.


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