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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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Farndon vicar conquers fear of heights with sponsored abseil

Farndon vicar conquers fear of heights with sponsored abseil

A VICAR conquered a lifelong fear of heights to abseil nearly 80ft down his church tower.

Malpas Parish Council welcome new members

FOUR new faces have filled vacant seats on Malpas Parish Council, with all pledging to do their bit for the village.

Video shows Cheshire West residents how to generate their own electricity

PEOPLE in Cheshire West are being encouraged to reduce their carbon footprint by generating their own electricity.

Residents invited to turn spare apples into juice at public pressings in Chester area

CHESHIRE residents are invited to make use of any spare apples by turning them into fruit juice.

Waterways such as River Dee and Mersey ‘vital’ for survival of seabirds

COASTLINES such as the River Dee are vitally important for the world’s migratory waterbirds, a survey has revealed.

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.

Inquest records suicide verdict on father-of-two from Great Sutton

A LOVING husband and father sent texts to his friends and family before hanging himself in his garage, an inquest heard.

Video shows Cheshire West residents how to generate their own electricity

PEOPLE in Cheshire West are being encouraged to reduce their carbon footprint by generating their own electricity.

Residents invited to turn spare apples into juice at public pressings in Chester area

CHESHIRE residents are invited to make use of any spare apples by turning them into fruit juice.

Waterways such as River Dee and Mersey ‘vital’ for survival of seabirds

COASTLINES such as the River Dee are vitally important for the world’s migratory waterbirds, a survey has revealed.

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