Three colourful chameleons, so tiny they each fit on the end of a finger, have hatched at Chester Zoo.Read the full story ›
The hit ITV drama 'Victoria' returns to our screens this weekend, with two north west actors in pivotal roles.
Jenna Coleman from Blackpool plays the Queen and Tom Hughes from Chester is Albert.
They've been talking to Lucy Meacock ahead of the start of series two.
Some of our famous buildings have been given a voice to help tell their stories from the past.
Its an unusual project where 26 walls across Chester are being brought to life with the help of some famous voices. It's hoped it'll bring more tourists into the city and encourage them into places they might not otherwise visit.
Our very own Lucy Meacock has a starring role telling the story of Chester's new theatre the Storyhouse. The project goes live tomorrow. Right now - Sarah Rogers can tell us how it works:
Cheshire Police and Counter Terrorism Policing North West have in the early hours Monday, 29th May they searched an address in Chester.
Monday's search was part of the on-going investigation following the attack at Manchester Arena on Monday, 22nd May. Officers would like to reassure local communities that there is currently no direct threat to the public of Cheshire and there are extra officers on the streets to provide visible reassurance.
This morning’s activity will understandably cause concern within the local community and I want to reassure residents that as part of the on-going investigation there will be an increased police presence in the area.
Officers will be visible in Chester over the next few days providing reassurance and if any members of the community have any concerns then I would encourage you to speak to local officers.
We will continue to work closely with our communities by carrying out patrols over the coming weeks and addressing any concerns they may have.
- You can report any suspicious behaviour to the Anti-Terror hotline on 0800 789321 or in an emergency call 999
Chester Zoo's been named as the UK's most visited tourist attraction outside London.
It caps off a record breaking year for the zoo, which welcomed 1.9 million visitors - more than any other year in its 85-year history.
"Almost 1.9 million people visited us last year and every one of them played a key part in helping us protect endangered animals around the globe. We can't thank them enough.
"Visitors now are looking for more than just a day out. When people come to the zoo, not only do they have a great time but they are also making a difference and discovering how all of us, as individuals, can act for wildlife. We think this is key to our success."
A woman is taking legal action against a trampoline park after she fractured her spine on a jump.Read the full story ›
Chester Zoo is closed today as Storm Doris hits the region. The zoo released a statement advising visitors of the closure because of "extreme adverse weather conditions"
Police are urging HGV drivers to be extra safe and secure when parking their vehicles following a spate of thefts.Read the full story ›
A man who stole a religious painting from Chester Cathedral has been jailed for nine months.
The judge said the actions of Vassily Apilats were like 'the instinct of a magpie."
Chester Crown Court heard he was obsessed with religious artefacts and had many at his home in Crewe.
Rob Smith was at today's hearing:
The Cheshire Phoenix Basketball team have called on a club legend to help drag them away from the foot of the British Basketball League.
Robbie Peers is back as Head Coach, 15 years after leading them to a clean sweep of four domestic trophies in one season.
Chris Hall joined him at training.