Five fined for dumping waste
Armchairs, a mattress and Christmas trees were among the rubbish dumped in back streets by five people who have been fined a total of £2,310 for flytipping.
Right stuff in the right bin
Egg shells, used tea bags, potato peelings, chicken bones and scrapings off your plate – did you know they can all be recycled into compost?
Tripping the light fantastic
Bolton Council has scooped a prestigious national award for its LED street lighting scheme and innovative use of lighting technology.
Theatre funding boost
The multi-million pound redevelopment of Bolton’s Octagon Theatre has received a £450,000 boost from six local, national and regional charities.
Road to success for pupils
Child road safety ambassadors introduced in a trial scheme have been so successful that they will be introduced in more schools.
Good news for motorists
Temporary traffic lights have now been removed from Park Road in Westhoughton after Electricity North West completed its emergency work there sooner than expected.
Emergency roadworks in Westhoughton
Drivers are being warned to expect severe congestion while Electricity North West carries out emergency work on Park Road, in Westhoughton.
Hulton Park live streaming
Update on public arrangements for the planning committee to consider Peel Holdings’ application for Hulton Park.
Church Wharf developer named
The key developer who will lead the regeneration of Church Wharf has been announced by Bolton Council today at an international property event.
TV architect to speak on masterplan
Bolton Council’s £1bn masterplan to transform the town centre will be discussed at MIPIM 2018 at an event hosted by TV star and top architect George Clarke.
Fine for stinking rubbish
A woman has been fined £1,000 for failing to remove stinking rubbish from her back yard and front garden.