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Closing court 'would mean more evictions'

Georgia Allen used biro and coffee stains to create her artworks

School pupil brushes off competition

Gas works expected to cause major delays

Gas works expected to cause major delays

Care worker gets suspended sentence for stealing from pensioner

Care worker gets suspended sentence for stealing from pensioner

(left to right) Jordan's killer's Anthony Wood, Daniel Wiltshire and Ruben Hoather have each been jailed for life

Judge says Jordan Campbell was tortured and terrorised before his death

Army helicopters will be among the attractions at the Newton Show

It's showtime in Newton

Chief executive of Wellbeing Enterprises, Mark Swift

Watch out, there's kindness about!

Man charged with assault after woman injured in Prescot attack

Man charged with assault after woman suffers 'stab' wounds in Prescot

Angelica (right) takes to the catwalk at one of the shows (Photo Brian Mansy)

Anjelica steps out in style for diversity fashion show

Staff and children at Parr Children's Centre

Nursery makes Swap the Pop pledge

Snapped By You: 22 stunning wildlife shots from Taylor Park

Snapped By You: 21 stunning wildlife shots from Taylor Park

(left to right) Anthony Wood, Daniel Wiltshire and Ruben Hoather were sentenced today for the murder of Jordan Campbell

'Despicable and cowardly' killers of Jordan Campbell to serve combined sentences totalling more than 60 years

The burglary took place in the early hours of Thursday, July 23

Pensioner in her 80s left terrified after burglar bursts into her Haydock home at 4am

Jordan's family and supporters pictured in Haydock this week

Jordan's mother: We have justice but murderers should be locked away for life

An Old Bailey jury deliberated for around five and a half hours to convict software programmer Mohammed Ali, 31, of attempting to possess a chemical weapon between January 10 and February 12

Man guilty of trying to buy deadly ricin poison from Dark Web

(left to right) Anthony Wood, Daniel Wiltshire and Ruben Hoather are to be sentenced today for the murder of Jordan Campbell

Sentencing of three men to take place today for murder of Jordan Campbell

The Webb Ellis Cup at Liverpool St Helens

Webb Ellis Cup drops by at Liverpool St Helens

David Thomas

'Legend' firefighter to have engine named in his memory

BT warned the issues could last into next week

Phone and internet problems for BT broadband customers

Man seen 'acting suspiciously' after approaching two children in Chain Lane

Man seen 'acting suspiciously' after approaching two children in Chain Lane

The new legislation will save lives say the fire service

Landlords could face fines of up to £5,000 if they fail to meet smoke alarm laws

James Naylor who hopes to raise £200 from the cycle

Willowbrook cycle defies downpour to prove 'huge success'

Garry Dooley was seriously injured

Newton man in critical condition following Northwich collision

St Helens Magistrates' Court

Jail sentence for car thief

Walkers on the last leg in St Helens

PICTURES: Saints bosses and Scully join fans for final leg of historic rugby league walk

St Helens Magistrates' Court

Man guilty of race hate attack

Snapped By You: Misty morning at Carr Mill Dam

Snapped By You: Misty morning at Carr Mill Dam

(left to right) Martin Blondel, SPF general manager, Graham Worsley, of GPW Recruitment, Linzi Prescott, Steve Gange, of St Helens Chamber, Emily Naylor, of Willowbrook Hospice and Kath Boullen, of St Helens Chamber

Chamber steps up for SPF and Willowbrook

New homes could be build on the site

Plans for derelict site 'will boost Prescot economy'

Ranger fun day at Victoria Park

Ranger fun day at Victoria Park

From left, teacher Olivia Moat, teaching assistant Jackie Lloyd, St Helens Council's director of public health Liz Gaulton, Public Health England's chief nurse Viv Bennett, Eaves headteacher Nicola Kearney, Councillor Jeanie Bell and Healthy Schools princ

High praise for pupils' peer-listening service

Women are being urged to understand breast cancer symptoms

Campaign raises awareness of breast cancer symptoms among over 70s

Man used social media to entice boys to send him sexually explicit images

Parents help catch Haydock man who used social media to try to obtain sexually explicit photos of boys

Fire crews at the scene last Thursday night

Fire service say Reflection Court blaze was suspected arson

After the heavy rain, strong winds are set to batter Britain

Now gales will batter Britain as miserable summer holiday weather continues

Jordan's family are hoping to raise £1,300 to have the bench installed in the park

The family of Jordan Campbell look to have a memorial bench installed at his favourite spot

Emergency crews at the crash scene

Brave family rush to aid of injured pilot following microlight plane crash

The report sets out a strategy to help boost the town centre

Report makes series of recommendations about how to improve St Helens town centre

An angry Norman Lamb shows where the furniture used to be

Sneak thieves steal pensioners' garden furniture

The pump house, St Helens Road

Bid to breathe new life into old pump house

Library to offer advice for silver surfers

Library to offer advice for silver surfers

Burtonwood residents say the damage to the pitch is heartbreaking

Fears travellers are wrecking rugby pitch in Burronwood

St Helens Council's chief executive Mike Palin

St Helens Council's cabinet approves £500,000 economic regeneration fund

Knowlsey Safari Park is searching for its own bird aficionado

Safari Park seeking out young bird expert

Is Andy Burnham the man to lead Labour?

St Helens North CLP backs Burnham

Emergency crews at the scene of the crash

Emergency services confirm three people were injured in Haydock Island smash

The mayor and mayoress with Harvey the nine-foot rabbit, store manager Michael Bracken (third, left), visual merchandiser Lyndsay Jordan (second, right) and shop staff

BHS hosts cultural heritage day to promote town centre retailers

Join rangers on ramble

Join rangers on ramble

Taking a step back to the old school days

Taking a step back to the old school days

Supermarkets have slashed the price of diesel

Supermarkets slash diesel price for second time in a week

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