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Jobs boost as retailer opens a new store

B&M has created 69 jobs after securing new premises at the former site of TJ Hughes on Exchange Street

Champ biker Josh on top of the world

Josh Bryceland came third in the France leg of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) World Cup series on Saturday.

New drug firm brings jobs boost to town

The arrival of Hematogenix to fomer Astrazeneca site Alderley Park could create up to 50 jobs for scientists within three years

Two year ban for biker who filmed himself driving dangerously

A biker who filmed himself driving dangerously along the notorious Cat and Fiddle road and uploaded the clip to the internet has avoided jail.

Caught out: Cricket star Andrew Flintoff fined for speeding on M60

Andrew Freddie Flintoff arrives at Manchester Magistrates Court after being charged with speeding on the M60 motorway
The former England Test ace, who recently came out of retirement to sign a Twenty20 contract with Lancashire, was also slapped with three penalty points.

Brian’s legacy to our town and its people

Brian Ollier turned his boyhood passion for photography into a successful career lasting half a century.

Jobs boost as retailer opens a new store

B&M has created 69 jobs after securing new premises at the former site of TJ Hughes on Exchange Street

Champ biker Josh on top of the world

Josh Bryceland came third in the France leg of the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) World Cup series on Saturday.

‘A wonderful man who will be sorely missed’

People whose lives were touched by Brian paid their own tribute via the Express Facebook page and email.

Brian Ollier: A Tribute

Former Express editor Dave Lafferty shares his memories of Brian Ollier

Brian’s legacy to our town and its people

Brian Ollier turned his boyhood passion for photography into a successful career lasting half a century.

Woking 0 Macclesfield Town 0

Silkmen stay strong to draw at Cards

By George, the signs are promising

Pilkington positive about Macc's chances after bright start to fledgling partnership

Askey keeping feet on the ground after enduring Bucks hell

Macclesfield Town manager happy but says being the boss is 'horrible' after Silkmen escape Telford with three points

Amar - the worst is over

Amar Alkadhi insists the Silkmen are returning to a period of financial stability

Efe's out on his ear

Macc's popular defender and assistant manager who returned to the Moss Rose just a year ago, has been told the budget won’t stretch far enough for John Askey to keep his lieutenant

Macc youngsters shoot down Spitfires

Macc make a mockery of visitors' big-spending with deserved victory

Askey says more game-time will benefit his men

Macclesfield's unbeaten start continued over the weekend but manager says they're capable of more

Skipper uses his head as Macc fight back to stay unbeaten

Turnbull leveller helps Silkmen make a point

Macclesfield Town 0 Kidderminster Harriers 0

Silkmen stalemate as Macc and Kiddy defences stand firm

Scott leading case for the defence

Barrow buoyed by Silkmen's new-look back four          

Macclesfield Academy pupils attained yet another great year of GCSE results

Altogether 56 percent of the academy’s students achieved the national benchmark of 5 A* to C passes, including maths and English.

Tytherington School’s Year 11 students celebrate an amazing array of outstanding GCSE results

Almost a third of all of Tytherington’s Year 11 obtained at least one A* this year. In total 64 percent of pupils achieved 5 or more A* - C grades including English and Mathematics.

Record breakers again: Fallibroome Academy GCSE pupils come out on top

A stunning 82 percent of students achieved the benchmark figure of 5 or more A* to C grades including English and Maths, with 35 percent of entries being graded at A*/A.

All Hallows' results yet another success for school

In total 76 percent of students gained five or more GCSEs at A* to C and 95.5 percent gained five or more passes.

King's School's stellar students celebrate brilliant GCSE results

Macclesfield's King's School students were jumping for joy after another set of record GCSE results.

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