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David Norbury

David Norbury

David Norbury is a part time reporter for the Chester Chronicle and the Ellesmere Port Pioneer. He has a intricate knowledge of local government and the workings of the council. You can reach him on david.norbury@trinitymirror.com

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A party of 20 students and two teachers from schools in Ellesmere Port's twin town of Reutlingen are seen with the Lord Mayor of Chester, Angela Claydon in Chester Town Hall

Ellesmere Port hosts visit by lively students from twin town of Reutlingen

Five day trip included visits to The Whitby High School and the Boat Museum

Flooding and sewage at an Ellesmere Port property thought to have been caused by baby wipes

Ellesmere Port MP disappointed by 'slow' response to sewage saga

Justin Madders MP had to intervene to ensure problems on West Road were resolved

Young engineer Samantha Thompson from Great Sutton is tackling chilling cold and arduous terrain in the Himalayas to help beat Alzheimers and is pictured here with friends Jack Pennington, 23, a pipe fitter, George Tiesteel, 23, a planner and Josh Groves, 24, a rigger

Young Ellesmere Port engineer tackles the Himalayas to help beat Alzheimer's

Nineteen day expedition planned to Everest Base Camp

The future of M&S stores in Chester, Cheshire Oaks and Broughton is unknown

Marks & Spencer to close 30 stores – but fates of Chester, Cheshire Oaks and Broughton stores unknown

Company to axe 30 shops but offer more food outlets

Shannon Newbanks, 22, from Ellesmere Port who is studying a new dance teacher qualification at West Cheshire College

Ellesmere Port college offers new international dance qualification

One of the first in the country to offer the course

The iconic artificial Christmas tree at Cheshire Oaks lit up as Santa's Elves completed their testing for 2016

WATCH: Cheshire Oaks giant Christmas tree set for big switch on

Outlet village to offer all new Christmas corner, new stores and collection for Claire House children's hospice

Peter Olney, now 82, from Great Sutton seen right with colleagues

Ellesmere Port blind veteran to pay homage to those lost or wounded at the Battle of the Somme

"Without them we wouldn’t be here today" says 82-year-old Peter Olney of Great Sutton

Woodfall Primary in Woodfall Lane, Little Neston

Little Neston primary school looks to the future

Proposal to extend age range

Phil Robertshaw's winning board at the 2016 UK Scrabble Championships

Former Ellesmere Port man is the UK's Scrabble champ

Title gained ahead of an amazing field of 52 finalists.

Ellesmere Port and Neston MP Justin Madders (Lab)

Ellesmere Port MP gains Government commitment to talks on town's Vauxhall plant

Speculation that jobs are at risk said to be without foundation

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