• Clones joy at Roses ‘resurrection’

    THE frontman of a leading Stone Roses tribute band says he is thrilled their idols are reforming. But Clone Roses singer Gavin Scott says the announcement that Ian Brown and Co are getting back together has also come in one of the “craziest” weeks of

  • Watts calls for MacKenzie to make Hillsborough apology

    DAVE Watts last night demanded during the House of Commons Hillsborough debate that the former editor of The Sun, Kelvin MacKenzie, finally apologises for the “terrible stories” the newspaper printed about Liverpool supporters following the disaster

  • Saints finalise funding package ahead of stadium handover

    St. Helens RFC have put in place a £3million convertible bond and a £3million private debt facility ahead of the completion of the purchase of the new stadium, scheduled by the end of this month. They have also converted £850,000 in existing directors

  • Charismatic Tony mourned by countless friends

    TONY CASE, the most charismatic man in town, has died at the age of 71. He was taken to hospital early on Thursday morning, suffering from a massive embolism, and within hours was declared dead. It was a sad end for the twinkling personality

  • Cunningham statue moves to new stadium

    THE bronze statue of Saints rugby league legend Keiron Cunningham now towers alongside the club’s new stadium. The sculpture of the former skipper was this week moved outside Saints’ new 18,000-capacity arena on Peasley Cross Road, which is