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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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Malpas mother wins ambitious campaign to send disabled son to special school

A MOTHER has won crucial council funding to send her disabled son to a specialist school – more than 100 miles away from their Malpas home.

Apple pressing event in Chester is a hit

RESIDENTS had a pressing invitation to make their own apple juice – and responded with a thumbs-up.

Dee 106.3 presenter bids farewell to airwaves for cruise job

SHE’S been waking up the people of Chester for almost two years, but Dee 106.3’s breakfast presenter Charlie Marlow is about to tune into a new challenge.

Bishop Heber students give it beans for coffee morning

SIXTH formers at Bishop Heber High School are taking part in the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ tomorrow (Friday).

Tattenhall man’s legacy will live on in church building

ONE man’s legacy will ensure his friends won’t be cold this winter.

Flintshire mother’s fight to raise cancer awareness

It’s been just two months since her beloved daughter lost her battle with ovarian cancer, but Flintshire mother Jenny Martin is determined to do everything she can to raise awareness of the disease.

Apple pressing event in Chester is a hit

RESIDENTS had a pressing invitation to make their own apple juice – and responded with a thumbs-up.

Successful launch of junior environment officers in Cheshire West and Chester

YOUNGSTERS learned it’s good to be green at the launch of this year’s Junior Environment Club.

Successful launch of junior environment officers in Cheshire West and Chester

ECO-friendly youngsters learned that it’s good to be green at the launch of this year’s Junior Environment Club.

Asbestos work killed Chester man decades later

A CHESTER man died more than five decades after being exposed to asbestos fibres, an inquest heard.

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