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Articles from Chester Chronicle (Chester, England) (May 16, 2019)

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'Haunted shop' stars in TV show; Paranormal expert searches for evidence of ghost girl. 511
/ SOUTH AFRICA AND MAURITIUS: This [...]; late deals. 127
1,000 mile challenge to boost residents' health; Care village aims to promote well-being and raise money. 361
7of the best... CON ARTIST MOVIES. 411
Academic cracks Voynish Manuscript code solving mystery of medieval text; It baffled experts for more than a century but a Bristol academic took just weeks to solve the riddle of the Voynish Manuscript. 587
Accountancy firm is named in UK Top 100 list for digital marketing performance. 170
also showing. 367
Annabel takes on top role for Eaton Estate activities. 419
Apology over pensioner's death following blunder; Government says action has been taken to ensure no repeat of pension mix-up. 542
APP WEEK ofthe. 155
Approval for new homes after appeal. 440
Arrest follows stand-off. 164
Bands lined up for Boat Lift festival. 228
beauty buzzCLEVER WAYS TO MAKE YOUR BLONDE HAIR BETTER. 297
Beavers get busy tidying park area. 127
Britain's big hope; Can 21-year-old Michael Rice conquer Europe in the Eurovision Song Contest? DEAN ASKER catches up with the former busker and the winner of TV's All Together Now. 902
Car festival gears up for another spectacular. 302
Caravan park bid is denied. 260
Celebrity guests enjoy Chester Races' new luxurious trackside venue; Sir Alex Ferguson was among the guests at the exclusive Parade with Aiden Byrne restaurant. 437
Chance for some to learn new skills at college for free. 226
Chester FC to head to 1874 Northwich as second pre-season friendly announced; The Blues will make the short trip to the North West Counties League side. 206
Chester Grosvenor sous chef shortlisted for best young chef award; Public voting for the prestigious awards is now open. 218
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 180
Choir on song for capital visit. 133
City features in popular TV location programme. 254
City law firm continues sponsorship of Boughton Hall Cricket Club squads. 304
City's third Aldi to open next month. 335
CloseTo The Sun. 131
Closing date for Post Office; New branch to open in WH Smith the following day. 244
Communities urged to adopt a phone box. 389
Crash sparks car fire that shut A494 slip road for six hours. 169
CWaC second in list of Labour authority spending. 238
Cystic Fibrosis medicine needed; VIEWFROM WESTMINSTER. 348
Dad kicked out of restaurant with children because their mum wasn't with them; Toddler Olivia cried: "Why wouldn't the man let me have curry and rice?". 673
DESTINATION WEDDING (15). 171
Drugs helping cancer sufferers live longer and better lives will be world's first; The drugs could be available within the next decade. 620
Elle, who died aged 11, is face of campaign. 272
Fourth youth strike in city to call for action on climate change. 304
Free half term fun for area's children. 309
GOLF ROUND-UP. 400
Grim discovery in Delamere Forest as protected raven found shot dead and headless; WARNING - DISTRESSING IMAGE Police are investigating after dog walker stumbled across decapitated body. 493
HALLMARKS OF A LUXURY HOLIDAY. 815
Hospital will start to 'readmit' Welsh patients. 370
I almost died from sepsis caused by abscess behind my breast implant; Jemma tells of horror after three days in intensive care. 616
I'd be tempting fate to say that everything is well nigh perfect now. But... 436
I'm enjoying playing bad people... It's so nice not to be nice; After years of worrying about her movie choices, Anne Hathaway is embracing having some fun as she plays a con artist in new film The Hustle. She tells LAURA HARDING how having a baby helped her finally let go. 1077
INSIDE TODAY. 261
Inspector rates nursery as 'Good'. 289
Introducing the Challenger; #THELATESTNEWS #ONTWOWHEELS LS2'S NEW CHALLENGER HPFC HELMET COMBINES VALUE FOR MONEY WITH A REASSURING LEVEL OF TECHNICAL PERFORMANCE. 319
Jade makes bid for the full set. 459
JOANNE watkinson; always the stylist, never the bride. 344
Judge dismisses Carwyn appeal. 591
late deals. 136
Latest planning applications submitted to council. 376
Lauren cooks up PS282 for charity. 260
Long jams after crash. 116
Looking back, it was clear I had an eating disorder but boys don't talk about their bodies that way; Sam Pollen suffered with anorexia at school. now he'S WRITTEN A NOVEL BASED ON HIS EXPERIENCE. HE SPEAKS TO LIZ CONNOR. 985
Man went away with woman and teen girl... but didn't tell them he was a sex offender. 243
Man, aged 70, dies in collision with van. 189
Many happy returns; Discover a new character every time you respawn in this highly entertaining Zelda-a-like. 171
Memorial football event is a success. 412
Men stole sunglasses worth nearly PS3k from Boots. 319
Mum of Manchester bombing victim sets up campaign to protect others; Plea to back Figen Murray's campaign for 'Martyn's Law'. 1732
Mum takes cystic fibrosis drug fight to Downing Street; Campaign to pressure Government to fund medication to help increase quality of life and life expectation for sufferers of condition like Zoey's one-year-old daughter Eve. 954
New take on Rapunzel on stage. 351
North Wales' richest men. 483
on the grapevine; SAM WYLIE-HARRIS ON... BLOOMING MARVELLOUS FLORAL TIPPLES. 365
Paediatrician underlines importance of vaccinations. 486
Pals' driving force in memory of Zach. 805
Pointing to the future. 710
POKEMON DETECTIVE PIKACHU (PG). 184
Police probe theft allegations over cancelled football trip for youngsters. 256
Power outage for homes in Northwich as fire takes hold of substation; Hundreds of homes are without power near Wincham. 220
Primary schools to work together. 144
PROS AND CONS; Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson have their moments as mismatched grifters, but predictable plot lacks laughs. 434
Quartet shine during trail championships. 464
Racing returns in fine style... Grim weather fails to spoil the fun with plenty of glamour as season starts in the city. 339
Rescue dog Cola bubbles back to life against odds. 953
Road closures, orders and alternative routes. 779
Royal Navy shadows Russian destroyer as it passes through English Channel; HMS Northumberland was scrambled to meet and shadow the Severomorsk as it sailed through the English Channel. 245
Rugby club to host charity beer festival. 267
Schools to join forces. 219
Signings are on the way; Morley says club are closing in on additions. 475
Site manager Jane bids farewell to school. 277
sound judgement THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 299
Speedy Seb rallies to help secure top five finish. 820
Spring lunch is a tasty success. 299
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 166
Standing up to river rubbish; Award for huge efforts in preventing huge amounts of plastic reaching sea. 614
Stop worrying: You're doing a fantastic job; New parents would feel much more confident if only they knew these simple truths, midwife Vicki Scott tells LISA SALMONT. 948
Students harness pedal power to improve skills. 404
Students network with bank's staff. 334
Students unite to raise soldier cash; School to raise funds to repair First World War memorial. 583
TAN'S LABYRINTH; KATIE WRIGHT talks to the experts about common fake tan fails and how you can avoid them. 981
tech NOW. 309
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 347
Terrifying future doesn't feel too far beyond where we are now. 577
The Fun Factory in Ellesmere Port announces closure after 'really difficult 12 months'; The venue was previously known as Silly Billys. 267
THE SPUD LIFE; MasterChef finalist Hannah Miles is making the humble baked spud the star of the show in her new cookbook. MARION McMULLEN checks out the potato appeal. 1109
The Unic. 135
this week in. 247
Thousands ready for big city half marathon efforts. 431
Tiger Who Came to Tea comes to life on stage. 302
Time to tackle cyber crime; Police authority urges public to report online safety concerns. 491
Top farming show returns. 286
Toy car to drive away anxiety for patients; Tesla donates mini vehicle to hospital to help children. 397
TV star Stephen is coming to Clwyd in Willy Russell classic. 311
TV stars 'begged wine bar for freebies'. 333
Vegan cafe and shop to open on City Walls. 444
Vipers stand strong for decisive victory. 376
Volunteers unite for tidy-up. 150
Wales' rich list. 153
WATCH AT HOME three to see. 354
WIDESCREEN WONDER... Sony's new phones boast displays perfect for watching films. 763
Winner of Ruti set to perform at festival; Singer to join opera duo Belle Voci at Shockfest. 469
Zoo's baby giraffe named to honour Ugandan homeland; Karamoja is where conservationists are fighting to save some of last wild Rothschild's giraffes. 407

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