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Firefighters attended to reports of a tree well alight on a field on Widnes Road in Warrington.
Crews attended to refuse on fire on Baker Street in Crewe.
Firefighters used water to extinguish burning near to a property on Newhaven Road in Warrington.
Crews attended to reports of a car on fire on Old Chester Road in Ellesmere Port.
Crews used water to extinguish a small fire on Somerset Way in Warrington.
Firefighters attended to a fire in a field near Pennington Lane in Warrington.
Firefighters make sure that the vehicle is safe and move it to a safe place
Firefighters damp down the conifers in the Wistaston Road area with water to make them safe
Danny Elliott added to his pre-season goal tally on Tuesday night, scoring in a 3-1 behind closed doors victory over a Salford City XI.
A 62-year-old man has been found guilty of attempted murder after stabbing his friend at his home in Chester.
Leighton Hospital is set to receive an additional £9 million in order to support A&E capacity, ahead of the winter months and Countess of Chester Hospital will be receiving £7 million.
The Leaders of Cheshire West and Chester Council and Cheshire East Council are today sending a joint message to everyone across the county – if we act now, we have time to avoid a new peak in infections and a local lockdown.
Hundreds of organisations are stepping up to help Britain build back better by supporting smaller employers to give youth a chance and take advantage of the Government’s landmark Kickstart Scheme.
Residents across Cheshire are being urged to ensure they play by the rules this weekend after the Government introduced new legislation to try to limit the spread of Covid-19.
Leading Cheshire Charity Active Cheshire has formally announced the departure of their long-serving CEO, Anne Boyd.
Twelve members of staff from Kids Planet Head Office embarked on a 50 KM bike ride from Chester Zoo to their office in Lymm cheered on their way by Chester Zoo’s very own CEO, Dr Mark Pilgrim and the Lord Mayor of Chester, Councillor Mark Williams.
Boris Johnson must act now - not next week - to tackle a second wave of coronavirus infections across the UK, an expert in infectious disease control has warned.
Newcastle city centre has a strangely subdued atmosphere for a Friday night.
Campaigners have described it as "a huge step forward".
A number of areas have been added to the coronavirus watchlist as scientists warned the transmission rate could now be as high as 1.4 in the UK.
Several countries across Europe have announced new coronavirus restrictions in some of their largest cities after recent surges in infections.
Putin critic Alexei Navalny has been pictured walking down stairs in hospital as he continues to recover after being poisoned with novichok.
At least two people have been killed after a "medicane" - a rare Mediterranean hurricane - toppled trees, cut power and flooded streets in Greece.
Tighter restrictions have come into force in Dublin in response to growing concern over the spread of coronavirus.
The UN Secretary General has told Sky News that goals set five years ago to help tackle global problems such as poverty, inequality and climate change have been "dramatically derailed" by the COVID-19 crisis - as a new film highlighting the biggest issues facing the world today is released.
A star of noughties TV series That '70s Show has denied three accusations of rape.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson put his enormous muscles to good use when he was forced to rip off his electric gate from a wall with his bare hands to avoid being late to film scenes for his debut superhero movie.
Harvey Weinstein has been stripped of his CBE following his conviction for rape and sexual assault earlier this year.
Boris Johnson's interview this afternoon really ought to have carried more significance than it did given the undoubted gravity of the moment.
Retailers continued their slow recovery during August, as sales volumes increased by 0.8% compared with July, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Britain's economy is "less weak" than previously expected but a recent rise in COVID-19 cases could take its toll on activity, the Bank of England has said.
Yemen is in a "desperate situation" as it stands on the brink of famine and hundreds of thousands of people face starvation, the UN secretary general has warned.