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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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Patrick Buckley, 17, who is going for Worldskills Gold with Paul Browne, a programme leader at West Cheshire College and who spear-heads the WorldSkills 3D Gaming entry at the college

Ellesmere Port trained student goes for gold

West Cheshire College in the running to gain top title for the second time in two years

The Elephant Coffee Shop and Bar in Parkgate which is shortlisted for a top national design award

Parkgate coffee house among top 21 in the country

New accolade for excellence gained by growing chain

Chester and Ellesmere Port Labour MPs face boundary changes

The Boundary Commission for England was set task of slashing the number of MPs from 650 to 600 across country

M56 safety raised in House of Commons

MP calls for spending on cameras rather than new bridge for London

A Jobs Fair is to be held at Ellesmere Port Civic Hall

Ellesmere Port to hold third jobs fair

Hundreds of job seekers attended previous successful events

Data handling firm Data8 near Cheshire Oaks which has been shortlisted for national recognition for the second year running

Ellesmere Port data firm shortlisted second year in a row

It's extremely exciting to be a finalist, says founder Antony Allen

Members of The Ellesmere Port Remembers the 96 Committee with representatives of the charities who benefited from the funds they have raised

Ellesmere Port Remembers the 96 group nominated in Your Champions

Latest annual event raises more than £5,000 for good causes

The Stanley Staff recruitment agency in Ellesmere Port raised £510 at the Macmillan Cancer Care World's Biggest Coffee Morning with guests including mayor Lynn Clare, mayoress Jenny Bateman and MP Justin Madders

Ellesmere Port business to hold very special coffee morning

Event in memory of managing director who sadly died of cancer.

Ellesmere Port men Thomas Sheils and Alfie Duncan with Jason Dogget and Amy Baxter after their practice 25-mile walk

Ellesmere Port men footslog it from London to help ill friend

Justin Madders MP calls on town to get behind fundraising

What was said to be the largest political rally of its kind in 25 years in Ellesmere Port was held to back Jeremy Corbyn

Momentum rally backing Jeremy Corbyn held in Ellesmere Port

More than 250 people in attendance including police and crime commissioner and town mayor

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