Gold and white or blue and black? 

It has sent the Internet crazy, the big topic of conversation after Caitlin McNeil put a picture of a two-tone dress on the website Tumblr after she and...

Round Britain trip proves to be a life-changer for Chester student.

A former soldier turned University of Chester student has spent his summer on the journey of a lifetime, sailing 2,000 miles around the British...

RIBA to open new national architecture centre in Liverpool in June 2017

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will open a new national architecture centre, RIBA North, on 17 June on the Liverpool Waterfront. RIBA North,...

Iconic Settle Carlisle line reopens after more than a year

The Settle-Carlisle line reopened to train customers today after more than a year of repairs by Network Rail’s orange army engineers to a 500,000-tonne...

A day at the Lake

For one weekend only, Rudyard Lake on the Cheshire – Staffordshire border will be reimagined as it was in the late 1800s as an...

Wordsworth-The War Poet?

A major exhibition portrays Wordsworth as one of the nation’s greatest war poets. The nineteenth century poet famous for wandering ‘lonely as a cloud’ on...

Celebrating Cheshire’s rich landscape

A new book exploring the rich landscape of Cheshire and its surrounding area has been published to coincide with a local history society’s landmark...

A bizarre new species has arrived at Chester Zoo

The animals are called lowland steaked tenrecs and the new quartet are the only individuals of their kind to be found in any of...

1066-and-all-that-Nav

Tracing where your DNA was formed over 1,000 years ago is now possible due to a revolutionary technique developed by a team of international...

Chester Zoo’s Cubs in Purr-fect condition 

Just over two months old, The rare, three-month-old Sumatran tigers were examined, sexed, weighed and vaccinated by the zoo’s specialist vets and carnivore keepers. The...