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Lorna Hughes

Lorna Hughes

Lorna is a general news reporter at the Liverpool Post. She previously worked at the Wirral News covering everything from court cases to heritage issues and is still interested in all things Wirral.

Hundreds of pupils are expelled from school

Teacher attacks by pupils double

Hundreds of schoolchildren banned from classroom

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Tony Griffiths presents a plaque to Gary Millar as Young Lord Mayor Katie Daley and Consort to Lord Mayor Steve MacFarlane look on

Woolton and Gateacre's Liverpool links celebrated

100-year anniversary marked as plaque is unveiled

Liverpool crown court

Fears over security at Liverpool courts

Union says it fears shortage of security guards at Liverpool courts could put staff and visitors at risk

A visit to the opticians

Lorna Hughes: Why I don't see eye-to-eye with opticians

Post columnist on testing eye tests

Soul Sister

Theatre review: Soul Sister, Liverpool Empire

Tina Turner's music and story add up to a wonderful night

Caribbean Princess waved in for first Liverpool visit of new cruise season

Caribbean Princess waved in for first Liverpool visit of new cruise season

A LUXURY cruise liner made her first call of the season at Liverpool’s Cruise Terminal yesterday.

Suspect package sparks bomb threat at Liverpool Mosque

TWO controlled explosions were carried out after a suspect package feared to be a bomb was left at a Liverpool mosque last night.

Merseyside schools to close as teachers walk out in one-day north west strike

MERSEYSIDE schools were expected to grind to a halt today as teachers stage a mass walkout over pensions and working conditions – with the threat of more strikes to come.

THEATRE REVIEW: Ladies Day, Royal Court Liverpool

LADIES Day at Aintree and for four friends in a Kirkby fish-packing factory, it’s a time for high jinks, big hats and even bigger dramas.

It’s scary to be the woman who knocked down the Everyman

It’s scary to be the woman who knocked down the Everyman

Lorna Hughes speaks to the Everyman’s artistic director, GEMMA BODINETZ, about the dawn of a new era for the popular city theatre

Former Merseyside soldier thanks the hero dog who saved his life

A FORMER soldier told how his life was saved by a hero dog rescued hours before his owners threatened to put him to sleep.


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