Month: April 2017

Girl who overcame life-changing surgery to gain skills from new £30,000 nursery playground

A LITTLE girl with cerebral palsy who doctors said would never walk is now able to “push her boundaries” at a new £30,000 nursery playground after having life-changing surgery in America. Ten-year-old Ria Stonehouse has overcome obstacles since she was born, and five years ago became the focus of a massive fundraising drive to send […]

Developers Anwyl given green light for £60 million eco-friendly apartments

Developers Anwyl Construction have been given the green light for a £60 million eco-friendly apartment complex which they say will help transform Liverpool into a 21st century city. The City Council today approved plans for the luxury apartment complex on a derelict site on Pall Mall in the heart of Liverpool’s business district. The complex […]

Vet nurse Liam in the running for an ‘Oscar’ of animal world

A STUDENT veterinary nurse is in the running for an ‘Oscar’ of the animal world. Liam Grocott, of Alsager Vet Centre which is part of the independently-owned Willows Veterinary Group, is one of three finalists up for the Practice Support Staff of the Year accolade at the 2017 Petplan Veterinary Awards. Liam, 21, of Stoke […]

Self-harming rescue dog George thanks Tarvin vet for charitable cash boost  

A RESCUE dog who self-harms due to a rare syndrome has given a special canine thanks to a Tarvin vet for a big cash boost to the charity which has saved him. Loveable Tri-colour Cocker Spaniel George has Acral Mutilation Syndrome where he chews his hind paws, drawing blood, and at one point, even nibbling […]