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WATCH: Brave Mersey shopkeepers fight off knife thug with umbrella and lottery stand

Brave Wirral shopworkers fight back against knife-wielding robber updated

Police hunt man who snatched cash himself from the till in R Late Stores, Bebington, before fleeing the scene

Former Tranmere Rovers FC striker Delroy Facey charged with conspiracy to commit bribery in football match fixing investigation

Delroy Facey celebrates against MK Dons
34-year-old's charge relates to ongoing National Crime Agency probe

Merseyside driver killed in M53 crash named as 38-year-old Andrew Salter

Car left the M53 and struck the motorway embankment near Moreton Spur at around 11am yesterday
Mr Salter, 38, from Wallasey, died after his car struck the motorway embankment near Moreton Spur yesterday morning

Tranmere 2 Morecombe 1: King Cole Stockton celebrates new deal with vital brace

Cole Stockton in action against Morecombe
Last minute winner gives Rob Edwards his first win at Prenton Park

Birkenhead man who snapped dog's legs facing jail

Stefan McCormick leaves Wirral Magistrates Court
Stefan McCormick admitted causing unnecessary suffering to Staffordshire bull terrier puppy

Fear for Woodchurch leisure centre after Tranmere Rovers change training plans

Woodchurch Leisure Centre
A senior councillor says he fears a Wirral leisure centre faces the axe

Videos & Photos

Wirral Met HE Awards, BA Fine Art Graduates with tutor Vincent Lavell (second right) The further education awards ceremony took place at the Floral Pavilion, New Brighton.

Level three students' progression to Higher Education and work

Buy British was the patriotic appeal by Blacker's Stores, Liverpool and other shops when war started

Adverts painting a picture of World War I

Sea bass

Oak Tree is a dining paradise just waiting to be discovered

Lever Brothers volunteers waiting for the Chester train on the morning of September 7, 1914. Picture courtesy of Port Sunlight Museum Collection

Centenary of 'great send off' of 700 Lever Brothers employees in Port Sunlight

Volunteers will recreate the 700 Lever Brothers employees who signed up to fight in the First World War

WATCH: Brave Mersey shopkeepers fight off knife thug with umbrella and lottery stand

Brave Wirral shopworkers fight back against knife-wielding robber updated
Police hunt man who snatched cash himself from the till in R Late Stores, Bebington, before fleeing the scene
Professor Steve Harding has published his latest book Viking Tranmere

Viking links with Tranmere Rovers revealed in book

Book tells of Norse links to Tranmere Rovers Football Club

Alex Russell joins coaching staff at Tranmere Rovers FC

Tranmere Rovers FC v Nottingham Forest FC in Capital One Cup Tie at Prenton Park. Manager Rob Edwards by the dugout
Son of former Rovers player to assist manager Rob Edwards
Lever Brothers volunteers waiting for the Chester train on the morning of September 7, 1914. Picture courtesy of Port Sunlight Museum Collection

Centenary of 'great send off' of 700 Lever Brothers employees in Port Sunlight

Volunteers will recreate the 700 Lever Brothers employees who signed up to fight in the First World War

Student blacksmith from Wirral 'Masters' tools of trade

James Osborne forges out a career as a blacksmith
James Osborne will study a Masters degree in blacksmithing to keep the craft alive
Wirral Met Governors

Traineeships have proved a great success over the past year

Traineeships introduced at Wirral Met College achieve success

One foot back on the ward for ex-nurses

Glyndŵr University has launched a new course for nurses seeking a return to the health sector
Glyndŵr University launches new course for nurses seeking a return to the health sector
Tranmere Rovers FC v Nottingham Forest FC in Capital One Cup Tie at Prenton Park. Manager Rob Edwards by the dugout

Alex Russell joins coaching staff at Tranmere Rovers FC

Son of former Rovers player to assist manager Rob Edwards

Carl Hulme wins in super style in Northern Ireland

Carl Hulme crosses the line at Bishops Court in Northern Ireland
Wirral superkarts driver in brilliant form
Lever Brothers volunteers waiting for the Chester train on the morning of September 7, 1914. Picture courtesy of Port Sunlight Museum Collection

Centenary of 'great send off' of 700 Lever Brothers employees in Port Sunlight

Volunteers will recreate the 700 Lever Brothers employees who signed up to fight in the First World War

Student blacksmith from Wirral 'Masters' tools of trade

James Osborne forges out a career as a blacksmith
James Osborne will study a Masters degree in blacksmithing to keep the craft alive

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