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08:48, 14 SEP 2015
Town’s starring role in film gives economic boost to region
Filming for Peaky Blinders, The Messenger and The Real Housewives of Cheshire has helped pump more than £2m into Cheshire East’s economy.
Hip-hop artist releases new EP - on cassette tape
Beit Nun, aka Ben Mitchell, is also releasing Death By This Adventure on digital MP3 today.
Armed raider who robbed Macclesfield building society jailed for life
Martin Dawson, 51, held up the Britannia Building Society on Castle Street, Macclesfield, in August after escaping from prison.
Britannia robbery trial begins
Martin David Dawson, 49, denies holding up Britannia Building Society on Castle Street, Macclesfield, in August 2013 after escaping from prison.
Our sporting heroes in the spotlight
The town’s history is littered with athletes who have triumphed at the top of their chosen sport.
Luis rises to final bake-off challenge
Luis Troyano from Poynton wowed judges with his innovative bakes to land a position in tonight's dramatic final.
Historic church set to appear in hit TV show
Macclesfield is to take a staring role in acclaimed gangster drama Peaky Blinders as the second series hits TV screens tonight.
Luis through to the semi-finals of the Great British Bake Off
The graphic designer from Poynton wowed judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood with his black forest cherry tree bread and cocktail donuts in last night's show.
Town urged to get behind Strictly star
Star of TV’s Bargain Hunt and former Macclesfield resident Tim Wonnacott has been unveiled as a contestant on this year’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Talented artists unite for painting challenge in support of hospice
Five artists have come together to create five works of art using the town as their inspiration.
Ready, steady, bake!
A graphic designer with a passion for baking has been revealed as a contestant on The Great British Bake Off.
Director’s tragedy inspires first film
Twenty-year-old Millie Ralston’s is using her father Andrew Ralston's death top inspire her first professional film
TV star Chris puts on a really wild show
Naturalist, photographer, television presenter and author Chris visited Prestbury House Care Home
Rose queen fete set for the bank holiday
The Wildboarclough Rose Queen Fete will take place in the grounds of Crag Hall on Monday.
Exhibition to celebrate life of nature broadcaster Romany
The exhibition organised by the Romany Society is open at Wilmslow Library.
Restaurant owner is star of new TV show.
Debbie Quinn was followed by TV crews for a new show documenting the highs and lows of launching a restaurant business.
Macclesfield Firefighters star in TV choir
Firefighter Matt Lloyd and eight colleagues make their singing debut on BBC'S 'The Choir - Sing While You Work'
Prisoner accused of bank robbery ‘was on the run'
Martin David Dawson, 49, is accused of holding up Britannia Building Society on Castle Street, Macclesfield, in August after escaping from prison.
Pictured: Thousands driven to distraction by Wilmslow motor show
Car fans and families flocked to the event which saw luxury and sports cars parade through the town and line the high street.
Prestbury TV star is enjoying a bit of a drama
Simon Ginty, 24, plays John Woodville in The White Queen, which tells the story of the women caught up in the bloody conflict between the houses of York and Lancaster.
Town hosts weekend spectacular
The town is gearing up for the biggest weekend of the summer.
Macclesfield Town FC
Silkmen close in on £50k survival target
However, the club still needs to generate a ‘considerable’ amount of further funds to pay off historical debts and continue running, bosses have said.
Appeal for child stars of Sooty film
Volunteers at the Bollington Discovery Centre have unearthed a 60-year-old film which was filmed at Pott Shrigley Primary School, featuring local schoolchildren.
Garry the Hat's Glastonbury: Stunning sets by Chic and The Strypes
Our music columnist says Chic and Nile Rodgers were stunning