A NEW report has shone a light on the scale of the exploitation of children in St Helens at the hands of county lines drug gangs.
THE revised fixture list for the Super League season has been revealed.
A holiday company is calling for people to nominate key workers who deserve a free luxury cruise.
RESIDENTS are being urged to take part in a consultation to help determine the long-term vision for our town.
A BLOCK of flats near Peasley Cross Hospital is set to be refurbished to house people battling mental health issues – and will be the first of its kind in Merseyside.
THE Government is to publish postcode-level data of how many people have tested positive for coronavirus.
SHED owners are being urged to take safety advice following a series of break ins.
A DAD who bit his ex girlfriend on the throat in vicious sadistic attack has been jailed.
A HELPFUL optician has revealed some simple tips on how glasses wearers can keep their lenses clear while using a face mask.
ONE in seven patients in St Helens feel their mental health problems are going unrecognised by their GP, new figures suggest.
A KNIFE was seized and a man arrested after police were called to Thatto Heath last night.
Violet-Grace's dad welcomes dangerous driving sentencing being debated in the House of Commons on Tuesday
THE DAD of Violet-Grace Youens has welcomed news that MP Marie Rimmer is continuing to call for tougher sentences for dangerous drivers in his daughter's name.
RESIDENTS are being urged not to contact their GP for a letter explaining why they do not need to wear a face covering.
THERE is nothing that says a British summer, than the odd day of sunshine enjoyed in a beer garden.
LIVERPOOL City Region Combined Authority will continue to invest in St Helens as it braces itself for massive job losses due to coronavirus, Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has said.
SUTTON Manor Primary School has insisted no decision has been made over the long-term future of a popular community centre that has been shut during the coronavirus crisis.
CHILDREN and staff at a St Helens school are working in “appalling conditions”, a senior councillor has said as the green light was given to continue work on a new build amid spiralling costs.
Beauticians hit back as many treatments banned due to safety restrictions - despite beard trimming being allowed
AS lockdown restrictions ease, more and more businesses are able to return to a new kind of "normal".
FAMILIES eligible for free school meals can now visit redistribution superstore Company Shop as the firm becomes a registered provider of the Free School Meal (FSM) voucher scheme.
POLICE forces have come together to stop and search 228 people in two days to crack down on those involved in County Lines drugs supply.