A man who confessed to killing Christophe Borgye and burying him in a concrete tomb has been convicted of murder.
Cheshire detectives investigating a murder in Ellesmere Port have now charged two men.
Detectives in an ongoing murder investigation have confirmed that remains found at a house in Ellesmere Port are human.
Car manufacturer Vauxhall has announced 300 new jobs will be created at its plant in Cheshire.
The Ellesmere Port plant will increase its workforce ahead of the production of a new Astra model.
The new jobs will be phased in over the first quarter of 2015.
Last month, the company celebrated the 50th anniversary of its first car at the plant.
Ellesmere Port boxer Paul Butler has a world title shot up in Newcastle tomorrow.
He is taking on the IBF Bantamweight champion, Stuart Hall, at the Metro Arena.
It is only the second time Butler has fought at this weight.
Car maker Vauxhall are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first car at Ellesmere Port.
Workers have re-enacted the moment the first car came off the production line with the same signage and a white Vauxhall Viva alongside a new white Vauxhall Astra, the production car of 2014.
Fire and rescue crews are tackling a large fire at Ellesmere Port. 12,000 tonnes of recycling material at Unicorn Limited is alight. It started at around 6:30 this morning. The fire is next to an industrial building.
A mother who dubbed her 12-year-old son Britain’s naughtiest schoolboy said today he had turned his life around after appearing on Channel 4 show Mr Drew’s School For Boys.
Tom Roberts, from Ellesmere Port in Cheshire, has suffered with behavioural problems since he was 16 months old - and would even try to climb out of his cot and out of windows.
His mother Christina Sadler, 45, said she tried everything to discipline her child before he was permanently expelled from school.
She then signed Tom up to Educating Essex star Mr Drew's residential summer school, which aims to improve the lives of troubled boys.
A man has been arrested for allegedly sending offensive tweets about murdered toddler James Bulger.
Sussex detectives arrested a 62-year old man in Bexhill on Thursday 22 May, on suspicion of sending offensive Twitter messages, contrary to the Malicious Communications Act 1993.
He was interviewed and bailed until 28 August while enquiries continue.
Officers are co-ordinating their enquiries with Merseyside Police as the Twitter messages were initially reported to that force, but the investigation in Bexhill is being carried out by Sussex Police.