The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 5

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 5

The wrap: Five of the top headlines in Warrington from August 5

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IT'S been a day of suspensions, goal scorers and Good Samaritans in today's round-up of Warrington news.

We kicked today off with the heart-warming tale of a Good Samaritan who rushed to the help of a new mum stranded in a motorway crash. 

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The news police have warned they will be 'clamping down' on motorcyclists who speed in a bid to reduce fatal accidents led to a debate about speeding bikers on our Facebook page. 

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Warrington Guardian: Police are appealing for witnesses

While Cheshire Police also revealed 21 orders protecting victims of domestic violence have been made in Warrington, two months since a new law was introduced.

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Warrington Guardian:

Parents are calling for answers after the council would not reveal why an Orford primary school teacher was suspended. 

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And finally lots of you tweeted your best wishes to Longford lad Jesse Lingard after the Manchester United player got his name on the scoresheet in a friendly last night against Liverpool in Miami.

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That's it for another wrap. We're back same time tomorrow but in the meantime vote in our poll to find the town's favourite restaurant. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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