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Runcorn

(ˈrʌŋˌkɔːn)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in Halton unitary authority, N Cheshire, on the Manchester Ship Canal: port and industrial centre; designated a new town in 1964. Pop: 60 072 (2001)
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RUNCORN TOWN booked themselves a place in the third round of the FA Vase with a tremendous 3-0 victory over Garforth Town at Pavilions.
AN ABERDEEN-BASED energy services company is to recruit 150 staff for its Runcorn engineering operation, after clinching several new North Sea contracts.
Cheaper Fares Now Available Between Liverpool and Runcorn
Four thunderous strikes from player-coach Andy Preece ensured Carlisle progressed into the fourth round of the GLS Cup as the Cumbrians made easy work of Runcorn FC Halton.
Runcorn made their intentions clear from the start as they got men behind the ball at every opportunity to stifle the Knitters' attacking options.
Paul Cain (28) was sentenced after being convicted in May of second-degree murder for killing 73-year-old geophysicist Professor Stanley Runcorn, formerly of Newcastle University.
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NYSE:JEC) announced today that it has been selected by INEOS Fluor to provide project management, construction management, engineering, and procurement services for the expansion of KLEA 125 (HFC 125 refrigerant) production at INEOS Fluor's Runcorn facility in England.
RUNCORN L 7 BOOTLE 1 RUNCORN LINNETS hit back from trailing to Shaun Tuck's goal on the half-hour to hammer the Bucks 7-1 at the Millbank Linnets Stadium.
THE owner of the Ineos Chlor plant, in Runcorn, paid himself and staff pounds 23m in dividends after the group returned to profit last year.
Runcorn 2 Nuneaton Borough 2 (After extra-time: Runcorn win 5-4 on penalties)