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A man has been charged after two men were attacked in Crewe at the weekend.
A 44-year-old man was attacked in Maplins Moss Place on Saturday night, and a 41-year-old assaulted on nearby Broughton Road.
Both were taken to hospital with facial injuries.
A 30-year-old man from Wilmslow has been charged with grievous bodily harm and actual bodily harm.
He's set to appear at Chester Crown Court in August.
MPs have approved the second stage of the multi-billion pound high speed rail project which will see the route extended from Birmingham to Crewe.
The government says HS2 is vital to the economy - but critics say the cost to the public purse and the environment could be too high.
HS2 is due to arrive in Crewe by 2027 and the station will become a hub when the line later extends to Manchester.
There will be plenty of sunshine to start the week.
There will be some cloud but it should remain dry with temperatures going up to the mid-20s.
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Speed cameras are being demanded by people in a village in Cheshire as they claim it's a hotspot for high speeds and crashes.
The A530 drops from 50mph to 30mph as it goes through Bradfield Green, near Crewe.
But villagers have told BBC Radio Stoke of cars flouting the limit and repeatedly coming off the road in recent months.
Last month, Cheshire Police caught a driver going at 94mph in the 30 zone.
The force said it carries out speed checks on local roads every week and use the data to identify hot spots, which it uses with Cheshire East Council and the fire service to find long-term solutions.
We've had accidents that have closed the road for up to four, six hours, were we've had to park away from the house in a car. There are regularly cars in hedges that just seem to get pulled out and towed away."
Jodrell Bank has now joined locations such as the ancient city of Babylon on the prestigious list.
A cloudy and overcast start to the week.
There are also chances of patchy light rain and drizzle heading into the evening with temperatures reaching 20C.
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The RSPCA in south Cheshire is making an urgent appeal for towels and bedding.
It's team at Stapeley Grange uses them to care for sick animals, but is unable to re-use them, because of the risk of spreading disease.
The charity says it needs the extra towels and bedding, because it has seen an increase in the number of baby birds and other animals recently.
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Hundreds of drivers are set to get refunds after a council admitted it wrongly gave them parking fines.
Cheshire East Council issued them over nearly three-and-a-half years from October 2015 for seven car parks in Alsager, Sandbach and Holmes Chapel.
Drivers who received one are being urged to claim back their money.
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Former England, Wolves and Crewe Alexandra footballer Geoff Thomas says he will cycle the full Tour de France route for the last time in 2020.
In 2003, the 54-year-old was given three months to live after being diagnosed with leukaemia.
Two years later, and just months after finding out he was in remission from cancer, he first took on the full route of the cycling event for charity, one day ahead of the professionals.
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Labrador Keo and Dutch Herder Logan are working with the North Wales and Cheshire Police Alliance dog unit.
A teenage boy has been attacked in a town park and left with a puncture wound, police said.
The 15-year-old was assaulted on Saturday night in Sandbach Park, Sandbach, Cheshire.
Cheshire Police said three other boys attacked him with what may have been a knife.
It will be mainly dry and bright today with temperatures set to reach 19C.
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A fire at an industrial site in Warrington is being treated as an arson attack, police have confirmed.
Firefighters spent 12 hours tackling the blaze involving wooden pallets at Forward Works on Bridge Lane, Woolston, shortly before 23:00 on Saturday.
The fire caused £100,000 worth of damage, police have said.
A second fire at WH Capper, which went out by itself before any damage was caused to the building, is also believed to have been started deliberately.
Mountain rescue volunteers who searched for a man who wandered off in the Snowdonia mountains found him asleep under a rock.
The group from Manchester and Warrington had been having a party at Dulyn Bothy, above the Conwy Valley, when the man went off alone.
Two members of Ogwen mountain rescue team went to the scene at about 01:00 BST on Sunday.
The man was found at 05:00, unharmed and unaware he was being looked for.