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French turn for 169-year-old Bolton brass band  BOLTON’S Eagley Brass Band and its conductor Chris Wormald have just returned from a hugely successful weekend competing in the 2019 French Open Brass Band Championships held in...
Families nominate Bolton Museum for prestigious award  IT'S a far cry from the traditional stuffy image of a museum, and the usual silence and whispering is replaced by excited cries ­— both by children and adults.
Review: Admissions, the Lowry, Salford Quays  SHERRI Rosen-Mason, an admissions officer at a leading New Hampshire Boarding School, is played with punch by Alex Kingston in Joshua Harmon's Admissions at the Lowry.
Chaos for commuters after "serious collision" on motorway slip road  DRIVERS are facing chaos on the roads after a motorway slip road was shut following a "serious collision".
Dads revisit their childhood on Father's Day  DADS had a chance to revisit their childhood with their youngsters over the weekend,.
Football match to remember the men and boys killed in the Srebrenica genocide  A FIVE-a-side football match in memory of the victims of the Srebrenica genocide will takes place at Bolton Arena.
First class result of University of Bolton  UNIVERSITY of Bolton named second in UK for English and Creative Writing in Guardian league tables
Captain hails Adeel Baig's big impact since arriving at Kearsley  KEARSLEY captain Cameron Murray has hailed the early season impact of new signing Adeel Baig.
Wanderers rush to interrupt Harry Brockbank tug-of-war  WANDERERS hope to put a convincing case to Harry Brockbank to keep him at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Skipper's role proved a tough gig for Wheater at Wanderers  WEARING the captain’s armband at? Wanderers proved to be both a blessing and a curse for David Wheater last season.
Invictus helps Cait confront her own fears  SHE devotes her life to helping ex-forces men and women to adapt to ‘Civvy Street’ by facing and overcoming issues they may face.
Superstar students are breaking the mould  PUPILS from Harper Green School tried their hands at being the hospital workers of tomorrow at a special plastering workshop.
Council public toilets closure causes concern  CONCERNS over the dwindling number of public toilets have arisen again following the closure of another set of facilities yesterday.
Thug jailed for attacks on partner  A THUG with a record for assaulting women has been jailed for two years and two months after attacking his partner twice.
Detection dog discovers 290 packets of illegal cigarettes in Post Office  A POST office owner had been ordered to pay more than £2,000 after being caught selling illegal cigarettes and tobacco.
'The end of bowling in Bolton': town hall cuts could mean closures for greens  A PETITION opposing cuts to bowling greens will be presented at the town hall this week. Local Democracy Reporter JOSEPH TIMAN speaks to the people...
Yobs target playing field changing rooms in a spate of attacks  FOOTBALL changing rooms have been targeted by vandals in a spate of attacks.
Man fired at ex-partner in drive-by shooting  A MAN staged a drive-by shooting at his ex-partner’s home, firing at her as she stood on her doorstep.
Firefighters mobilised to flood-hit areas  Firefighters from Bolton are in Lincolnshire as floods hit the area.
Morrisons to sell reusable straws made of STEEL to help customers reduce plastic  Morrisons is set to sell reusable stainless-steel straws to help customers prepare for the Government’s plastic straw ban.
Car smashes into wall of housing association homes  A CAR caused significant damage when it crashed into a wall outside housing association properties on Sunday morning.
KFC staff threatened during knifepoint robbery  A ROBBER stormed into a takeaway and threatened staff with a kitchen knife before fleeing with cash.
Dancers don feather boas for One Great Day in aid of children's charities  VOLUNTEERS donned feather boas and picked up inflatable air guitars and microphones for a danceathon in Crompton Place Shopping Centre on Saturday.
'Remarkable' volunteer wins royal seal of approval in Queen's Birthday Honours  A "REMARKABLE" volunteer has been bestowed with a Queen's Birthday Honour for undertaking a role which has empowered hundreds of...
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