A 44-YEAR-OLD man who raped a girl in Prescot has been jailed.
LABOUR chiefs have ruled an internal party vote to elect the deputy leader of the party’s St Helens group must be re-run after doubts were cast over its validity.
TWO teenage boys have been arrested in connection with an alleged attack that has left a 44-year-old man with a broken leg.
MOMO'S owner Claire Rigby is turning her business into a not-for-profit organisation and aims to find a new premises for the community hub.
ST Helens Council has been “forced” to raise council tax by 2.99%, a senior cabinet member has said.
ST HELENS Council will invest more than £5m a year in its Children’s Services, which will include the employment of more than 40 new social work professionals.
A WOMAN has been ordered to pay £320 after failing to keep the noise down made by a cockerel.
THE decision to re-run a vote to elect the deputy leader of St Helens Labour group was down to a “miscalculation”, leaked emails have claimed.
A LORRY and a car have been involved in a crash on the M6 between Haydock and Newton-le-Willows.
AN inquest into the death of Haverigg Prison inmate found hanged in his cell has begun hearing evidence in front of a jury at Carlisle Crown Court.
NINE-year-old model Lilly-Ella made her mark in the fashion world this month after walking in SIX shows in New York and London Fashion Weeks.
WAREHOUSING and logistics are among the sectors St Helens job hunters are entering.
MERSEYSIDE'S Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy has announced she will not be seeking re-election next year.
A SECURITY equipment manufacturer is enjoying a boost in international exports after it launched a new product in response to an increase in vehicle attacks.
FORMER Liverpool FC captain and Sky Sports pundit Phil Thompson will host a golf day at Houghwood in aid of vulnerable people in the region.
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KNOWSLEY Safari Park has announced the death of seven-year-old lion, Mojo, who suffered internal injuries following a fight with the lionesses in the pride.
A CONSORTIUM would put millions of pounds towards a future tram system which would include Newton-le-Willows on its route - if ambitious proposals are backed.
ST Helens Council spent hundreds of thousands of pounds printing millions of pages of paper since 2017-18, it can be revealed.