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Articles from The Chester Chronicle (Chester, England) (August 15, 2019)

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'Deadly' risk' if students studied near oil refinery; Safety experts oppose university proposals. 522
60 weapons recovered in amnesty; Police chief thanks public for helping to reduce number of guns on county streets. 361
7of the most famous; MOVIES BASED ON COMPUTER GAMES. 446
A haven of peace. 941
Acas offer employment advice to A-level students; "UCAS is known for helping students embark on the next stage of their education but Acas is the go to place for young people who are thinking of going straight into work.". 334
ACE winners honoured by ambulance service. 422
also showing. 277
APP WEEK ofthe; THE ATHLETIC(iOS and Android, free with in-app purchases). 213
Armed cops swoop on car after reports of knife threats. 163
Average speed cameras to monitor 50mph limit; Restrictions brought in in bid to reduce levels of nitrogen dioxide. 312
British mum-of-three dies after being 'doused in flammable liquid' and set alight; She was visiting family in Barbados when shocking incident took place. 394
Building work starts on old green belt land. 316
Bungalow bid appeal rejected. 167
Bus firm fights order to stop using site. 236
Calder backs community fund. 283
Cash aid to help you keep Watch on crime. 404
Cheshire could get Indian summer because of tropical storm - over Japan; Ripple effect to weather explained by TV weatherman. 307
Chester diary. 1694
Civic reception for Japanese visitors. 356
Coffee shop with a twist opens its door in city centre. 302
Company collapse staff woe. 128
Councillor's village plan blossoms; Student helping to improve biodiversity. 842
County told too many pupils being excluded; Attendance too low, including for children on free school meals. 545
Cup win was a 'job well done' But manager warns work to be done ahead of season start. 644
D-day for Roodee; Planners to rule on massive development at racecourse. 468
Dig out a bargain with half price entry to plant fair. 283
Disabled NHS workers face more abuse. 191
Disruption for passengers ahead of new 2020 trains. 464
Drop in asking price for Georgian hotel. 292
Drug dealing claims at Warrington Museum and Art Gallery; Dealers 'are operating in the foyer' according to one resident. 371
ELDER SCROLLS ONLINE: ELSWEYR PC, Xbox One, PS4 ..... 122
Expert advice to help school leavers land that dream job; If, after A level results day, your teenager is planning to shun university for the world of work, jobs guru and author JAMES INNES has some top tips for kick-starting a career. 996
Family feel to Bangor-on-Dee race meeting. 442
Family fun evening at Bangor-on-Dee racecourse. 522
Fashion yourself a feast; CHEF AND MODEL ISAAC CAREW SHOWS MARION MCMULLEN HOW TO SERVE UP 'HONEST AND HAPPY' FOOD. Recipe 714
Fears over proposals for 13 properties. 234
Fire crew rescues trapped youngster. 153
Fire station visit for pre-school youngsters. 175
Firm's horsebox launch helps to creates 150 jobs; Summer placement scheme also gives work experience. 731
Firms can sign up for area's biggest business exhibition. 377
Firms sign up to pay care staff a fair wage. 530
Flexible wings next step for Airbus. 221
Flood warning to developers; Location for new houses on banks of River Dane swamped after heavy storms. 720
Folk blues star show reflects on musical career. 575
Formal application for 97-home scheme. 256
Grieving woman 'hounded' over parking fine sent to partner who died on car park; Six months after Lee Hickin's death, his girlfriend says she is still receiving letters demanding payment of a parking fine. 778
Group to host health and fitness event. 363
Healthy summer holiday fun for all. 307
Heartbroken mum finds 'healthy' baby boy dead in his bed; Devastated Kayleigh Leonard told of the day she experienced every parent's worst nightmare. 629
Hitting the high Note; But is Samsung's latest Galaxy a perfect 10? 713
Hog in the limelight; THEBIGINTERVIEW Jason Sudeikis is back as Red for an Angry Birds sequel... and this time the pigs, including one voiced by This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown are centre stage too, they tell LAURA HARDING. 898
I get nervous because I care. I want to give the best show possible; singer-songwriter MABEL TELLS LUCY MAPSTONE ABOUT HER HOTLY-ANTICIPATED DEBUT ALBUM, AND MAKING IT ON HER OWN WITHOUT THE HELP OF HER FAMOUS PARENTS. 1077
IN THE HAIR TONIGHT... KATIE WRIGHT discovers why you should be wearing fragrance on your hair, not just your skin. 508
INSIDE TODAY. 260
It was up to us to get to the bottom of the problem. Time for nappy cream! DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. 449
James steps out on walk to protest NHS 'privatisation'. 402
Jockey Jane in the driving seat for her career. 309
KIDS' BUY of the week. 109
LATEST DEALS. 328
Law breakers; University ad removed from city pavement. 278
Leader backs calls for public health cash. 430
Liverpool FC star's medals found at back of wardrobe go for auction. 571
Lorna's happy to be an online matchmaker for jobseekers. 436
Lyn returns for final time in key role. 411
Many options for those awaiting exam results; VIEWFROM WESTMINSTER. 364
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: THE BLACK ORDER Switch ... .. 132
Massive increase in county puppy farming; RSPCA in new appeal to families. 440
More reasons to love Liverpool ONE; WITH OVER 170 STORES, BARS AND RESTAURANTS, LIVERPOOL ONE IS A MUST-VISIT DESTINATION. 373
New Astra launched despite Brexit fears. 341
New facilities for disabled visitors. 118
New owner for city B&B after PS780,000 sale. 293
Nomads book place in third round of cup with victory. 1043
Oli excited for third Euro tour. 231
on the grapevine; SAM WYLIE-HARRIS ON... A PINK TWIST TO SOME CLASSIC COCKTAILS. 419
Opera duo prepare for tour with gig; The Voice finalists will perform one-off show at theatre. 327
OPUS ZERO (15) HHH HH. 157
OVERTURNED LORRY SPARKS HUGE DELAYS. 156
Owner of dog killed by toxic algae issues warning as case numbers rise; There are unconfirmed reports of swans in Nantwich having died due to blue-green algae. 579
Owners bid for sand quarry extension. 494
Pay to park at zoo - if you want short walk to the entrance; Thousands of pupils get lessons in conservation. 980
Payback time; Striker Asante ready to repay faith as he aims to put an end to his injury nightmare. 846
Pet Hero of the Year is a cocker spaniel trained to save owner who can collapse into coma without warning; Seven-year-old pooch helps his owner manage a condition known as Addison's disease. 224
Pink salmon caught in Welsh waters for first time in almost 30 years; ...But anglers are being urged to kill them in case they pose threat. 477
Place to bee; New straw sculpture unveiled at ice cream farm. 333
Planning applications. 636
Plans for 18 new houses. 220
Play scheme kids 'couldn't use school loos so had to go in bushes'. 244
PLAYMOBIL: THE MOVIE (U) HH HHH. 161
Police plea in hunt for gang after 'despicable' charity store robbery. 355
PS150,000 plan to ease traffic congestion at bridge. 209
Pub firm loses appeal against homes refusal. 224
Puppy love at the treble... 236
q&A. 114
Rain affects play but Bangor stay on top. 474
Resident cat treated like a queen at city hotel; Popular pet eats gourmet food and has her own Instagram page. 493
Roadkill plea to drivers to help animals in need. 213
Running battle; THINK YOU CAN'T RUN? LAUREN TAYLOR ASKED SEASONED RUNNERS FOR THEIR TIPS TO HELP YOU ENJOY PULLING ON YOUR TRAINERS AND HITTING THE ROAD. 714
School transport changes defended as backlash grows. 429
Series of errors led to railway line collision. 430
Simple steps to help you cut back on salt. 315
sound judgement THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 348
Splash out at new water park. 421
ST YLE files THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 182
Sykes put all energies into PS20k charity target. 308
tech NOW; JUSTIN CONNOLLY ROUNDS UP THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 318
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 352
THE ATH-LEISURE PRINCIPLE; JOANNE watkinson. 333
THE WILD AND THE INNOCENT; Tale of 80s teen rebellion soundtracked by the songs of the Boss is a sweet love letter to finding your own voice through pop culture. 299
There is no such thing as a perfect mother... but some mothers are better than others; New emotional thriller Deep Water tells the story of three women who meet at the school gates. Stars Anna Friel, Rosalind Eleazar and Sinead Keenan tell Gemma Dunn what to expect... 559
this week in. 217
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 298
Top cyclists to race through region on Tour. 448
TRIED & TESTED; EYESHADOW PALETTES. 266
Twin IT TO WIN IT; It's all about co-operative play in the latest title from the Wolfenstein series. 125
Water companies pledge to plant 11 million trees by 2030; The ambitious plan will also see the companies restoring original woodland and improving carbon rich habitats. 304
Witness appeal as two hurt as car crashes through hedge. 244
Writers gather for anthology launch. 383
YOUNG ADULT book of the week. 153

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