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Overall, 48 youngsters learned to ride without stabilisersPic: Roy Quinn

Children learn cycling skills as part of summer holiday campaign

Robbob took this image at Gamble Avenue

SNAPPED BY YOU: Red skies above St Helens

(left to right) Amber Heyward, Hayley Clarkson and baby Sebastian Eades, Emma Roby and Kerri Whitehead with Ian Alker at the front

HoneyRose proves fashion doesn't need to be expensive

Police issued the description to patrols after the man raised concerns

Man heard woman's screams coming from the back of van

Owen Riley and Ryan Archer at the summer play scheme building furniture using pallets

Creative kids turn pallets into garden furniture

Rob Rouse

Plenty of laughs set for Citadel as comedy nights return

Rachel Lyon

Author to inspire St Helens writers

Julie Denham, Mark Lunney and Sandra Ridley of Age Uk Mid Mersey at the new facility

Volunteer's legacy donation helps create new community facility

College team scoops Prince's Trust award

Shoplifter jailed for stealing meat and jewellery

Shoplifter jailed for stealing meat and jewellery

The Glass Horse will host the Fundraiser

Glass Horse fun day will raise money for Crohn's and Colitis charity

Unit supervisor Sean Speakman and care assistant Shaun Jones, of Stocks Hall

It takes two to tandem

Stephen Lawson who is leading the rotary in its 93rd year

Stephen looking to lead rotary club to more success

The ceremony, held at the airmen's graves last year in Latour-en-Woëvre

Village forges twinning with French community to honour World War pilot

Snapped By You: Wild garlic at Carr Mill Dam

Snapped By You: Wild garlic at Carr Mill Dam

The decision was taken at St Helens Council's cabinet meeting

Reaction: Star readers respond to news that St Helens Council will introduce charges on all bulky waste items

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Conor McGinn has listed his achievements since becoming MP

Conor McGinn: I've dealt with 1,000 queries from constituents since being elected

Police issue warning after medication stolen in burglary

Police issue warning after medication stolen in burglary

Grey Heron at Pocket Nook

Snapped By You: Grey heron and goslings at Pocket Nook

The Wheatsheaf, in Sutton Leach, was built in 1938Pic: Historic England/Michael Slaughter

The Wheatsheaf pub listed as part of campaign to protect inter-war pubs

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'Reconsider health cuts'

'Reconsider health cuts'

Police have asked for tighter controls over certain bars

Police plans for curbs on binge drinking and violence get council backing

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The worst congestion will be on Friday evening, the AA predicted

Thunderstorms to make bank holiday weekend a washout

Liam, with his gold medal

Gold medal joy for Liam at Transplant Games two years after lifesaving surgery

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Merseytravel unveil 'smart' change for weekly and monthly bus tickets

Merseytravel unveil 'smart' change for weekly and monthly bus tickets

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Paul, who began his smiley campaign earlier this year

Paul looking to step up fundraising campaign with 'Smiley March'

CCTV appeal over night time assault

PICTURES: Mereyside Police make CCTV appeal to trace witnesses to night time assault in Liverpool's Mathew Street

Dave Watts has been made a life peer

Former MP Dave Watts is made a peer in honours list

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Snapped By You: Squirrelling about in the garden

Snapped By You: Squirrelling about in the garden

Is it Batman's new home

Holy cow... is it Gotham or St Helens Central

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There is uncertainty over the future of the listed building

PICTURES: Residents form action group to save historic Loyola Hall

Jimmy Carr to bring

Jimmy Carr to bring Funny Business stand up show to St Helens Theatre Royal

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The pair will be sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court

Two friends to be sentenced at crown court over stun gun charges

The Silhouette Dance Club were among those taking part in the fun

Tesco store brought to life by 'Rock the Shop' event

Barrie Grunewald: Charges are a sign of the times

'A sign of the times': charges to be introduced on all bulky waste items in St Helens

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Chris, pictured at his Special Ops paintball centre, is bringing a flavour of Bavaria to the town centre

Chris to bring a touch of Bavarian high life to St Helens

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Cllr Gomez-Aspron welcomes the wardens

Plans to keep litter wardens following 12 month trial after more than 1,000 fines are handed out

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Gary Catterall has been jailed following new legislation

Crackdown on knife crime sees St Helens man jailed

Overturned lorry closes busy main road

Warning of road closure after lorry overturns

Burglaries have occurred mostly during the early hours

Police issue burglary warning to people in Laffak and Haresfinch

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Robbob took this picture of the Hope and Anchor

The end of The Hope and Anchor

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The deputy Mayor and Mayoress of St Helens David and Jeanette Banks joined in the fun

Double delight for charities at family fun day

Figures issued by the Office for National Statistics have shown that in June 2014 conceptions among girls aged 15 to 17 had risen to 48.7 per 1,000

Sharp rise in teenage pregnancies means St Helens has highest rate in the country

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Fire crews used ropes to free the man who was taken to Aintree Hospital

Man hurt after tree falls on him in Sutton

Man in court this morning on drugs charges

Man in court this morning on drugs charges

Michael Parr

He's alive! Michael Parr's Emmerdale character Ross Barton is back from the dead

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Junior football club to host event to collect unwanted football kits for Africa

Junior football club to host event to collect unwanted football kits for Africa

(left to right) Assistant council public health director Sue Forster with cancer nurse specialist Debbie Maddox, Dr Paul Rose and Cllr Jeanie Bell, cabinet member for public health and wellbeing outside the iVan

Cancer i-Van: Delaying GP checks could cost your life

Snapped By You: Hungry little robins

Snapped By You: Hungry little robins

M62 passenger faces court on heroin and cocaine charges

M62 passenger faces court on heroin and cocaine charges

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