A HOSPICE team’s efforts have been recognised with a nomination for a leading national award for their work with patients receiving end of life care.
SAINTS prop Alex Walmsley has had surgery and is recovering after suffering a fractured bone in his neck.
ARMED police were called to an estate on Sunday after reports that a man was in possession of weapons and making threats.
A MAN is due to appear in court this morning after a man received head injuries following an assault on Sutton Road on Saturday.
'To not know why it happened is horrific': Dad whose baby died at nine weeks aims to raise awareness of sudden infant death syndrome
A FATHER whose nine-week-old baby girl died in her sleep is holding a music festival in her memory that will aim to prevent parents suffering similar anguish.
POLICE seized a motorbike after concerns were raised that it was endangering walkers near a canal.
SAINTS and England prop Alex Walmsley will be out for "months" with the shoulder and neck injury he sustained against Warrington.
A PUB is taking Easter to a whole new level this year - by offering a giant creme egg Yorkshire pudding cake.
THIS beautiful picture of a snowy Taylor Park taken last week was taken by Star reader Lilia Hughes from West Park.
POLICE seized an uninsured car last night.
THE decision to close the custody suite at St Helens Police station leaves a lot of questions that need to be answered.
THE gravestone of one of St Helens' Victoria Cross heroes has been renovated to make it a "fitting" memorial to him.
THIS beautiful picture of a flooded farmer’s field in Burtonwood during a sunset has been sent in by St Helens Star reader and keen photographer Robbob.
ROCK fans get ready because legendary band Arena will be coming to the Citadel next month for one night only.
FORMER Star editor Alan Whalley wrote this atmospheric flashback featuring the Nut from Knotty Ash.
THE history of a local landmark is soon to be uncovered by a new performance in St Helens libraries, as part of the Cultural Hubs events programme.
SAINTS’ unbeaten start to the Super League campaign was brought to a shuddering halt at home to reigning champions Leeds after being punished for an uncharacteristically careless, sloppy performance on a bitterly cold evening.
SAINTS players and the mayor will be among those to put on their walking shoes at Taylor Park to help raise awareness of autism.
HERE’S a flashback to December 1975 and one of rugby league’s forgotten competitions – the BBC2 Floodlit Trophy.