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16:17, 23 JUN 2017
Budget chain Lidl announces plans for a Macclesfield store
The food retailer has submitted plans for a store on the old Towers site in Park Green.
300 new jobs created by Jet2 at Manchester Airport
The low-cost carrier are looking for more staff as they prepare to launch new routes from Manchester
Up to 25 people could be made redundant at Macclesfield-based housing association Peaks & Plains
Bosses are blaming the move on Government plans to reduce all social landlord rents
Supermarket wants your opinions on new town centre store
Budget supermarket LIDL has given the public three designs to choose from.
Macclesfield fans take King's word at forum
Steve King met his Macclesfield public for the first fan forum of the season on Thursday and spread the word that there is much to be excited about.
George Osborne MP
Budget: Osborne explores 'perpetual bonds'
Chancellor George Osborne said today he would explore plans to take out loans that will never be repaid, despite fears they will be shunned by investors.
Less hot air please – just speak when you’re spoken to
Gorgeous George nipped back to tell business leaders at Mere Country Club what he intends to do to help boost the economy.
Cheshire East Council
Budget waved through despite opposition fears
Conservative-controlled Cheshire East Council has voted to accept the 2011-2012 budget designed to save £11.42m over two years – at a potential cost of 500 jobs and cutbacks to some services.
Cheshire East Council
Council leader: Budget cuts are bad ... but it could be worse
Cheshire East Council must save £11.42m over the next two years – Charlotte Cox talks to council leader Wesley Fitzgerald about what this means for Macclesfield ...
Council tax frozen, but job cuts loom
Council tax in Cheshire East is being frozen, but jobs will be lost and services cut.
Cheshire East council hit by £13.4m cuts
Spending cuts will slash £13.4m off Cheshire East council’s government funding over the next two years.
Christmas market gets go ahead
Plans for Wilmslow’s first ever Christmas market are now official and well underway, according to the town’s business leaders.
Darling rolls his election dice
Alistair Darling fired a salvo for Labour’s election campaign in yesterday’s Budget speech, which featured vote-grabbing plans to tax the rich and spare the poor.
Accountant tells how the Budget adds up for business
THE BUDGET statement from Chancellor Alistair Darling to the House of Commons last week had accountants reaching for their calculators to assess the impact on businesses, families, borrowers and savers.
Budget tax hike on rich is ‘unfair’
COUNCILLORS have slammed the Government for its shock 50 per cent Budget tax squeeze on those earning more than £150,000.
Budget brides will beat the credit crunch
AN Alderley Edge wedding specialist is beating the credit crunch by offering a ‘budget brides’ service during April.
Are you on a winner with East Cheshire?
HANG on to your hats ladies and gentlemen: they’re under starter’s orders…and they’re off in the East Cheshire Golden Handshake Cup.
Budget break left us stranded in Italy
A BUDGET break turned bank buster for a Poynton family who resorted to a marathon train journey when their flights were cancelled THREE times – thanks to a flock of birds and a wildcat strike.
Sorry Darling you're barred.
PUBS around Wilmslow could be joining the campaign to impose a blanket ban on the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
My look at the year ahead ...
VIC Barlow's take on what's to come in 2008 ...
£2.75 million multi-storey car park is approved
WILMSLOW'S multi-storey car park has been given the green light.
Police defend record over CCTV response
EXCLUSIVE BIG BROTHER is watching... but are Cheshire Police listening?
Backlash over jibe fails to put MP in shadows
A GAFFE on the eve of delivering a keynote conference speech on the economy failed to put shadow chancellor and Tatton MP George Osborne off track.
Pensioners are facing hardship as huge rise in care cost bites
THE RISING cost of home care for the elderly in Wilmslow is beginning to bite.