We are currently producing a single, online only, edition of the Chester and Flintshire Talking Newspapers. This will be posted each week under the Chester News section.

If you are downloading our recordings onto a memory stick for a friend or relative, please do the following:

  1. Delete all existing files on the memory stick you are using.
  2. Right click on the "Play" button below, then select "Save Target As" or "Save File As" from the menu that appears.
  3. Select your USB memory stick as the destination to save the file to.

Once downloaded, please return the memory stick to the listener, remembering to give it a clean first with a cloth and disinfectant.

Chester and Flintshire News including our Magazine - Last updated Fri, 17th Sep 2021 Play RSS M3U
Local news from Chester, including Covid patient death recorded at Countess of Chester Hospital Trust. Body of missing Cheshire man named locally as Jamie Grimwood. Cheshire West: Trail hunting looks set to be suspended on council owned land, while borough chiefs weigh up its long term future. A MAN who was told to stop blocking the TV, during an England Euro 2020 match being shown at a Chester hotel, later stabbed a stag party member three times. New 'Same Day Emergency Care' to be built at Countess of Chester Hospital. The University of Chester has issued an update on its controversial redundancy plans. A BUS operator has apologised after one of its drivers refused to allow a group of children travelling home from school to board one of its connecting services in Chester.

The latest edition of the newspaper is available to download or stream above. To listen, simply click the play button, or to download right click on the play link, and choose the "Save Link As" or "Save Target As" option. The M3U link may also be used if your internet radio or music player will not stream mp3 files directly.

The magazine and news sections are updated each week, with the past four weeks' editions being available in the archive section.

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