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Tom Duffy

Tom Duffy

Tom Duffy is a Sefton based news reporter. He has a track record of covering crime stories across Bootle, Litherland, Netherton and north Liverpool.

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Family of Ormskirk teenager who died suddenly promote heart screening event at Edge Hill

Family of Ormskirk teenager who died suddenly promote heart screening event at Edge Hill

AN ORMSKIRK family, whose teenage son died suddenly, has launched their annual screening session to help save lives.

Skelmersdale man Anthony Doran jailed for 12 years for severing man’s ear with a knife

Skelmersdale man Anthony Doran jailed for 12 years for severing man’s ear with a knife

AN amateur boxer who cut off part of a man’s ear during a torture attack in Skelmersdale was jailed for 12 years.

Burscough woman Amy Russell banned from driving after text message horror smash

Burscough woman Amy Russell banned from driving after text message horror smash

A DRIVER who mounted the pavement and ran over a jogger in Aughton while she was reading a text message has walked free from court.

West Lancashire’s new deputy mayor Doreen Stephenson maintains family’s tradition of public service

West Lancashire’s new deputy mayor Doreen Stephenson maintains family’s tradition of public service

HALSALL councillor Doreen Stephenson has been nominated to be the new Deputy Mayor of West Lancashire

Everton legends Neville Southall and Kevin Ratcliffe to speak at Ormskirk FC’s sportsmens’ dinner

ORMSKIRK FC is holding an evening with Neville Southall and Kevin Ratcliffe at Goodison Park to raise money for grassroots football.

Aughton neuroscientist meets Queen at royal visit to bowel research centre

A NEUROSCIENTIST from West Lancashire met the Queen when she opened the National Centre for Bowel Research.

Aughton farmer says grey squirrels causing millions of pounds of damage to countryside

A WEST Lancashire farmer has said that grey squirrels now pose a serious threat to the countryside.

Hundreds of Skelmersdale residents attend anti-crime event

Hundreds of Skelmersdale residents attend anti-crime event

HUNDREDS of people attended a crime-fighting event at the Concourse shopping centre.

Skelmersdale man Mark Minton urges veterans to confront post-traumatic-stress-disorder

Skelmersdale man Mark Minton urges veterans to confront post-traumatic-stress-disorder

FORMER soldier Mark Minton hopes other veterans will speak out about their emotional problems after he told the Advertiser about the horrors of Helmand.

Skelmersdale’s top ten crime hotspots

THIS map shows the top ten crime hotspots in our town.