Bolton thanked for 9/11 tribute

7:10am Sunday 11th September 2011

NEW York’s fire chief has praised the people of Bolton for the “great comfort” the town’s act of remembrance on September 11 will bring to his firefighters.

Day the streets were empty in the city that never sleeps

9:15am Friday 9th September 2011

FOR Halliwell man Don Tonge, the memories of September 11, 2001, are “always there and always will be”.

9/11 union jack to be displayed at Imperial War Museum North

2:23pm Thursday 8th September 2011

A union jack recovered from the wreckage of the World Trade Center in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks is to go on display in Greater Manchester.

Remembering the local fire heroes on 9/11

The Bolton News: Remembering the local fire heroes on 9/11

10:50am Thursday 8th September 2011

IT was seeing the image of a firefighter running up the stairs of one of the stricken towers at the World Trade Centre in New York as people were desperately attempting to get out that prompted Emma Hughes to pick up the phone and ring her dad, a firefighter in Bolton.

Firefighters’ emotional tribute to 9/11 heroes

9:08am Tuesday 6th September 2011

In the second part of our series on the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Centre attacks in New York, reporter Saiqa Chaudhari speaks to Bolton’s fire chief about the special relationship with colleagues in New York in the wake of 9/11.

Timetable of memorial events

9:11am Monday 5th September 2011

12.30pm: Visitors at Bolton Central Fire Station are asked to make their way to Victoria Square.

Towering inferno changed the world

9:10am Monday 5th September 2011

THE world watched in horror almost a decade ago as hijacked passenger jets emerged from a clear blue sky to strike at the heart of the USA.

Day the earth stood still...

9:09am Monday 5th September 2011

As thr 10th anniversary of the world-changing events of September 11, 2001, draws near, The Bolton News is looking at the legacy of the terror attacks — and how their effects have been felt closer to home. In the first instalment of a week-long series, reporter Saiqa Chaudhari reveals how Bolton plans to commemorate the anniversary of that day.

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