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10:47, 6 FEB 2013
Ex-Stanley star hopes for breakthrough
FORMER Accrington Stanley captain Peter Cavanagh hopes a new Crimewatch appeal will find the man who killed his brother with a single punch four years ago.
Tips from the best
WORLD Darts Championship runner-up Tony O’Shea popped into the Sydney Street Club to give some tips to Accrington darter Jamie Guilfoyle.
Vandals wrecked my Robin Reliant
A GANG of teenagers attacked a man’s prize possession as he lay in hospital fighting for his life.
Accrington Victoria Hospital
Convict Brett dies a free man
A CONVICTED burglar has died in hospital 13 days after being freed early from prison.
Prisoner set free for final days
THE family of a convicted burglar who has been released from prison early to die as a free man believe the next few days could be his last.
Accrington Archer in tribute to radio great
AN ACCRINGTON actor has paid tribute to the late Norman Painting – one of the longest serving stars in the BBC Radio 4 soap The Archers.
Jamie hits bullseye with Lakeside place
ACCRINGTON’S Jamie Guilfoyle is top of the shots after winning the North West Regional final of the John Smith’s People’s Darts competition.
Captain's column - Andy Procter
IT’S been another tough week at the club and the players are relieved the tax bill is paid and the club is safe.
Masked bank raid featured on TV
A RECONSTRUCTION of the moments two masked thieves crashed through the roof of a Rishton bank and forced its staff to hand over mounds of cash appeared on BBC 1’s Crimewatch programme this week.
Police launch hunt for ‘most wanted’ fugitive
POLICE have issued a national TV appeal in a bid to catch a Hyndburn drug dealer who fled the country five years ago.
Fans’ view of 10 years of Coley
WHEN John Coleman was handed the job of managing Stanley in 1999, few fans would have predicted what was to follow.
'Murder' duo arrested after 39-day search
TWO murder suspects have turned themselves in to police after a 39-day search.
Panellists given big anniversary welcome
BRITAIN’S longest-running public debate programme came to Accrington when BBC Radio Four’s Any Questions was broadcast live from St Christopher’s High School last week.
Get your thinking caps on
THE annual quiz to raise money for the Accrington and District Blind Society has been set for Tuesday 14 October.
A 'WILD Rover' special on Mark Hughes’ shock Ewood exit ...
Antiques boffin Eric gives boost in Pals’ memory
TV ANTIQUES expert Eric Knowles has given a massive boost to our appeal to save the Accrington Pals Memorial Chapel.
It's going to get hot for Rommy
ACCRINGTON Stanley’s Rommy Boco is basking in the sun in Brazil but he says it is all work and no play as he looks ahead to the African Cup of Nations.
Antiques' Eric backs us
TELEVISION antiques expert Eric Knowles has jumped on board to support the appeal.
Reds eye the top prize
ACCRINGTON boss John Coleman would welcome the media attention from an FA Cup shock tomorrow – but admits that the money on offer from a successful cup run is a bigger bonus.
Soldiers' historic link to church
ST JOHN'S Church has unique and historic links with the Pals because it was there that they held a valedictory service before marching to the railway station, watched by 16,000 people, to train for battle and eventually meet their grim fate when they were ordered "over the top" at Serre in Northern France in 1916.
Geoff jumps to victory
ACCRINGTON showjumper Geoff Billington fulfilled a lifetime ambition when he won the DFS British Derby at Hickstead on Sunday.
Choirs miss out on the role of their dreams
FOUR Hyndburn primary school choirs missed out on the role of their dreams when they failed to win through in a national choir contest which was plagued by voting problems.
Mullin’s moment of fame
"IT'S amazing what a goal can do," laughed Accrington Stanley hero Paul Mullin after his strike saw of one-time European kings Nottingham Forest in the Carling Cup first round.
Do not let the club down again: Fergie
THE scorer of Accrington Stanley's last goal in the Football League is urging the fans to support the club and not let history repeat itself.