Theatre, music & dance: HELLO Dolly is being performed at The Albert Halls at 2.15pm and 7.15pm. Tel: 302602 for tickets.
YOUR correspondent, Anthony Makara, invites us to be grateful for the work of General Pinochet (BEN Oct 21).
A MAN sitting on a railway station platform with friends suffered horrific fatal injuries when he failed to get out of the way of a passing train last night.
ROBBIE Elliott will make his long-awaited comeback as Wanderers go in search of lost pride in tonight's Worthington Cup third round tie at Norwich. Fourteen months after breaking his leg on his home debut, the former England Under 21 star has been drafted in on the left of midfield in place of the injured Ricardo Gardner.
THE Environment Agency is warning of further possible flooding as heavy rain is forecast for the North West tonight.
BOLTON hospital bosses will be better prepared to cope with the heavy demands of winter, even though new government cash will not arrive in time to help.
BOLTON MP Brian Iddon is pressing ministers over his fears that major cuts in civilian staff at Bolton police stations could damage the fight against crime.
A CARING Bolton woman who befriended an old man and brought him back from a living hell has been presented with a top award.
THE son of 83-year-old murder victim Mary Povah today made an emotional plea for help to track down her teenage girl killer.
A MAN accused of conspiring to murder the stepfather of Dillon Hull spent part of the afternoon at a Bolton gym on the day the boy was killed, a court heard.
A NEW report paints a gloomy picture of the workplace in the early 21st century.
PUB company Tom Cobleigh is holding a Bolton open day tomorrow for staff interested in working in a new outlet due to start operations next month.
A NEW environmental initiative is being pioneered in Bolton -- "green" concrete.
WITH October 23 prophesied for weeks as 'Grid-Lock Day', can someone tell me why (with half term only days away!) some clown decided to grid-lock Long Lane, Bury Road, Blenheim Road with road works?!!!
I WAS pleased to read that menswear designer, Melanie Holton broadly welcomes the introduction of the new European Working Time Directive (Hours Ruling Will Protect Workers - BEN, October 22). But she is wrong to say it is impractical.
From the Evening News,
RESIDENTS of Bromley Cross should be made aware that a public inquiry is to be held by the Secretary of State at 10am on November 10, in the Lancaster Suite, First Floor, Town Hall, Bolton.