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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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Ellesmere Town ward borough councillor Justin Madders (Lab) at a microchipping session with Dogs Trust veterinary nurse Laura Lacey. Pic supplied by Dogs Trust

Cheshire West and Chester dog owners face new micro chipping rules in the new year

Dogs will need to be registered from April

A £90,000 funding boost for domestic abuse services in Cheshire West and Chester

Ellesmere Port and Neston councillor welcomes £90,000 boost for domestic abuse services

Further development for a new and already successful service

Art work by former West Cheshire College student Jesse Wine who dreamed of being an artist

Former West Cheshire College art students appear in international glossy Vogue

Jesse Wine: Being an artist was always my dream

Rt Rev Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury

Bishop of Shrewsbury says Britain must rediscover its Christian inheritance

Substitutes for Christianity would provide dim and uncertain lights, says Bishop Mark Davies

Father Christmas is entertaining sharks, stingrays and visitors at the Blue Planet Aquarium, Cheshire Oaks

Blue Planet Aquarium welcomes scuba-diving Santa

Fearless Father Christmas braves shark infested waters during daily dive

The new Little Sutton Convenience Store in the former post office continues to offer a post office service with longer hours

Ellesmere Port village pop-up cafe and fresh food fayre to continue in new year

New convenience store a great boost for Little Sutton

Grease-mania hit Whitby High in Ellesmere Port where the sell out show involved more than 60 students and 40 staff

Ellesmere Port school gripped by Grease-mania

Rock n roll era show wows audiences at Whitby High

Ten year old Joshua Sadler from Ellesmere Port who came up with the idea of a headshave for cancer charity Macmillan. Joshua with Claire from Scissor Sisters who normally cuts his hair

Ellesmere Port boy's inspirational cancer charity fundraiser

Mayor lends a hand as multi colour Mohawk brings in £375.

Peggy Warde, now 100 and formerly of Neston, who handled the phone call which was to tell Princess Elizabeth she was Queen. A letter from the Palace in 2005 refers to the call. Pic credit Simon Caldwell

Neston woman who put through the call telling the Queen her father had died turns 100

"I had no idea beforehand why I was putting the call through," says Peggy

Four Neston High A level students have been accepted on to a prestigious academic residential for gifted learners. Back row assistant headteacher Kirsty Cunningham, Harry Cresswell, James Hemingway; front row Tess Clegg, Jennifer Moss

Neston High A level students selected for prestigious course

Headteacher Steven Dool hopes to see more of his academically gifted students accepting places

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