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Articles from Macclesfield Express (Macclesfield, England) (November 11, 2019)

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1930s-style posters at Chester Grosvenor Museum inspired by local landmarks; The posters are the work of Chester-based artist Nicky Thompson. Michael Green 519
Bad weather blamed as shoppers stay away from High Street - despite Christmas closing in; Footfall fell by 3.2 per cent in October compared to same time a year ago - the largest October drop in seven years with retail parks also suffering. Brett Gibbons 373
Catastrophic bush fires close to I'm A Celebrity jungle camp; The fires have killed three people and destroyed 150 homes. Neil Shaw 759
Chester FC Academy hope for a bumper turnout and another memorable Deva night; Calum McIntyre's side take on Hartlepool United in the National League Academies Cup this evening. Dave Powell 624
Chinese poised to rescue British Steel with [pounds sterling]70 million bid on table; Industrial giant Jingye can also access up to [pounds sterling]300 million in loans, indemnities and grants to back its plan to boost production at the plant by 10 per cent. Brett Gibbons 289
Chocolate and wine lovers rejoice - Morrisons has the tipple for you; 'Christmas in a cup'. Danny Thompson 296
Dad illegally killed badgers and kept their carcasses in a freezer at home; Milne pleaded guilty to all three charges, although admitted killing only 28 badgers,. Amardeep Bassey 662
Emmerdale recasts Ellis Chapman role after Asan N'Jie's sacking; Emmerdale viewers last month saw N'Jie bow out of the soap as Ellis went to Dubai to work at his mother Jessie's school as a PE assistant. Amardeep Bassey 376
Full list of 60 Android apps you need to delete immediately; Security alerts have been issued. Neil Shaw 667
General Election 2019: Here's where the Weaver Vale polling stations are; There are dozens of locations across the constituency where the electorate can cast their votes. John McDougall 626
Here's why Netflix might not work on your TV this December; Older Roku streaming sticks also won't work as of December. Sarah McGee 344
Met Office forecasts more heavy rain and some snow; The Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for heavy rain on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Neil Shaw 915
Mum shocked at 'tiny' cook-in-the-bag chicken meant to feed five; 'My cats have brought home bigger birds'. Danny Thompson 338
Mum's [pounds sterling]1 trick to save your carpets from muddy pushchair wheels; Thousands have praised Laura for her clever idea. Neil Shaw 263
NHS approves cannabis-based drugs to tackle MS and epilepsy symptoms; Epidyolex approved for two rare types of epilepsy, Lennox-Gastaut and Dravet syndromes, while the spray Sativex has been recommended for muscle spasms in multiple sclerosis. Brett Gibbons 689
Nursery staff want power to ban junk food from lunches; A quarter of nursery staff say there are obese children in their setting. Neil Shaw 504
Piers Morgan branded a 'snowflake' by The Chase star Mark Labbett; The boisterous presenter took the lower offer after a chaotic first round against The Beast. Sian Filcher 341
Piers slams GMB guest who says schools should ban Tag because it's "too aggressive" in explosive row; The 54-year-old presenter claims that such a ban would "create a generation 'so snowflakey, they won't be able to even leave their houses to go to school'. Charlotte Smith 678
Poldark's Eleanor Tomlinson reveals why she didn't get Peaky Blinders role; The actress had an unsuccessful audition for the Birmingham gangster drama. Danny Thompson 569
Police protect man after firework let off during Remembrance silence; Police reinforcements soon arrived and the man, handcuffed with his head held down, was rushed out of the pub to a waiting police car which quickly sped away. Neil Shaw 309
Risky or romantic? Man gets a 'will you marry me?' tattoo with a yes or no tick box; When his girlfriend arrived an hour later, all she had to do was say "Yes" for him to fill in the box with a heart. Amardeep Bassey 416
Sainsbury's scraps chips from its children's meal deals; Some people aren't happy with being told what to feed their children. Neil Shaw 243
Shop uses empty packets and holes in boxes after being plagued by thieves; The hacks are designed to ward off shoplifters. Neil Shaw 898
Speed camera van man answers everything you want to know about the law; Gareth has been operating mobile speed enforcement units for seven years. Neil Shaw 1164
The pub that won't serve you if you're not wearing a poppy; The landlord's decision has prompted a mixed reaction. Victoria Jones 697
Vehicle ends up on its roof in a ditch after coming off road in Middlewich; Firefighters managed to secure the vehicle and deal with an injured person at the scene. Liam Beard 157
Warning after toddler badly scalded by vegetable steamer; Nine litres of boiling water poured over Dougie's head. Neil Shaw 1590
Warning over realistic looking scam British Gas email; If you click the link you will expose your bank account. Neil Shaw 376

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