Chester Zoo to sponsor 2014 Maasai Olympics

CHESTER Zoo has helped fund the Maasai Olympics this year in a bid to stop the tribe killing wildlife in Kenya. The event, held at the Kimana Wildlife Sanctuary at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro, was created in 2012 as a way of conserving the country’s lion populations. The Olympics, which will feature competitions such…

Domestic Abuse Awareness This Christmas

POLICE urge victims of domestic abuse to speak out this Christmas, rather than suffer in silence. Traditionally, the number of offences seem to increase around the festive period due to an increase in drinking, money issues and stress levels rising. Therefore, victims of domestic abuse are being encouraged to speak out in order to keep…

Review : Horrible Bosses 2

THE follow up to the 2011 hit comedy picks up where its predecessor left off, yet it never quite reaches the dizzy heights of the first film. Horrible Bosses 2 features the same all-star cast with the inclusion of more Hollywood stars. On paper Horrible Bosses 2 had the recipe to be a contender for…

Business Innovation Network visits Chester

A specialized network used for promoting both business growth and innovation across the North West has just held its meeting on Friday 6th December in Chester at the Riverside innovation Centre. This event provides an opportunity to connect with companies and knowledge based to support individuals and communities in the North West across all areas…

New Police Lieutenants for Chester

SEVEN new deputy lieutenants have been appointed for Chester by the Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs MBE. The lieutenants who will be taking up these positions are: Valerie Allen JP, Lieutenant General Sir Edmund Burton KBE, Mark Greaves, Clare Hayward, Robert Mee, Graham Phillips and Jo Sykes. Lieutenant General Sir Edmund Burton of Chester has…