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Bristol nudged closer to relegation after defeat to Gloucester

Bristol nudged closer to relegation after defeat to Gloucester

With four games of the season to go – and three of them against the top three – the writing appears on the wall.

11:53pm Friday 24 March 2017

'Deplorable and abhorrent' — optician banned from practising after being jailed for filming women under desks and in toilets

Martin Clough.

AN OPTICIAN whose conduct has been described as ‘the most deplorable and abhorrent breach of trust’ has been banned for life after he was jailed for filming women under desks and in toilets at his town centre office.

6:16pm Monday 20 March 2017

Badminton: Sharples and Roe Green earn cup final places

Badminton

IN the semi-finals of the Bolton League Handicap competition, Sharples A, who are ninth in the B Section, advanced to the final of the Jane Fletcher Cup despite losing 11-7 to Westhoughton C.

5:57am Friday 3 March 2017

WRESTLING: Bolton's Ramm raid at English Seniors

Sharples Wrestling Club's team members at the English Senior Championships, from left, Harry Demertzis, Rocky Valantinas, George Ramm, Abdullah Tatarashvili, Lewis McGrath, Georgina Nelthorpe and Eddy Kavanagh

BOLTON once again led the way in the medal tables at the English Senior Wrestling Championships, with members from the town's two clubs winning two gold, three silver and one bronze.

8:02am Wednesday 15 March 2017

Harlequins stage dramatic late fightback to beat Gloucester

Harlequins stage dramatic late fightback to beat Gloucester

A yellow card nine minutes out for Richard Hibbard turned the game.

6:33pm Saturday 4 March 2017

Bolton parkrun report and results from Saturday's event

Neil Bonnar

5:11am Wednesday 15 March 2017

'I'd give him a D' - Maths teacher turned publican's verdict on chancellor's budget

Darryl Leech, who gave up the teaching profession to run a micro pub, gave a thumbs down to the budget as National Insurance levies hit the self employed

AN ex-maths teacher turned publican in Bolton marked Chancellor Philip Hammond's budget a D for doing nothing for entrepreneurs.

6:03am Monday 13 March 2017

Delays and cancellations cause chaos at Bolton railway station

CHAOS: Delays and cancellations have left people standing on the platform. Picture by Jenna Sharples

DELAYS and cancellations are causing chaos for commuters at Bolton railway station.

9:07am Thursday 9 March 2017

Jeffrey Hulme

JEFFREY SHARPLES HULME On 7th March 2017, at his home in Adlington, Jeff aged 61 years. The dearly loved husband of Pam, loving dad of Gareth and Jo, a devoted grandad of Noah and Jessie, a very dear brother of Peter and David and a dear brother in…

8:51am Thursday 9 March 2017

Bolton parkrun report and results from Saturday's event

neil bonnar

GED Turner is in a rich vein of form at the moment.

6:56am Wednesday 8 March 2017
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