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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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Chester branch of Thomas Cook will not be hit by job losses

CHESTER’S holidaymakers can be reassured that the city’s Thomas Cook travel agents will not be affected by the company’s closure of 200 UK stores.

Cheshire West and Chester Council initiative aims for greener school transport

CHESHIRE West and Chester Council wants to adopt greener modes of transport to and from schools in the area.

Home compost tips this Christmas

DID you know a third of your Christmas waste can be home composted?

Solar workers unite in protest to demand MP does more to stop proposed job cuts

Solar workers unite in protest to demand MP does more to stop proposed job cuts

DOZENS of workers from Cheshire’s solar companies gathered in protest this week to demand Chester MP Stephen Mosley’s support in protecting the solar industry.

Neston man admits trying to sell stolen memorial plaque

A MAN has admitted trying to sell a 90-year-old war memorial plaque for scrap metal the day after it was stolen.

Cheshire West and Chester Council initiative aims for greener school transport

CHESHIRE West and Chester Council wants to adopt greener modes of transport to and from schools in the area.

Home compost tips this Christmas

DID you know a third of your Christmas waste can be home composted?

Chester schools celebrate Fairtrade Friday

Chester schools celebrate Fairtrade Friday

FIVE schools in Chester have held a Fairtrade Friday which included assemblies, cake making and selling, holding a community coffee morning, food tasting and a whole host of curricular linked activities within the classroom.

Calling all budding Chester and North Wales artists

FOR Mary Saifelden, art isn’t just a hobby, it’s a way of life.

Tarvin nursery gets crafty with recycled items

YOUNGSTERS at Tarvin’s Sunshine Day Nursery made recycling their top topic this term.

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