19 June 2013: 3:53pm
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WORK will start next month on a high-voltage electricity cable stretching 33km along the length of Wirral.Read
THE RSPCA’s Animal Centre in Wirral is set to close its kennels and stop rehoming dogs.Read
RETAIL bosses say they are confident Birkenhead will weather the storm hitting the UK’s high streets – despite the imminent loss of another big name.Read
COUNCILLORS from Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley and St Helens voted through an increase in Mersey tunnel tolls – despite a united show of defiance from Wirral politicians.Read
WIRRAL’S famous Egg Run has been cancelled for the second time in a month.Read
POLICE are to be given extra powers to tackle nuisance drinking on the streets of New Ferry.Read
GREAT British Bake-Off star Paul Hollywood came home to cast an expert eye over Wirral families’ culinary efforts.Read
A SHOCKING surge in the number of people struggling to feed themselves has led to Wirral’s food bank facing four times the predicted demand in its first year.Read
A CANCER survivor came up with a fan-tache-tic way to raise money for charity.Read
THE mum of tennis star Andy Murray visited a Wirral nursery for a special play date.Read
A BIG-HEARTED group of friends are shaving their heads to send a Wirral mum with cancer on a dream holiday to Disneyworld.Read
FUNDRAISING supremos the Wirral Witches raisedmore than £40,000 at their sixth annual ball in aid of Claire House.
A NEW Brighton RNLI volunteer has been shortlisted for a prestigious photography contest.
FORMER Oasis manager and Creation Records founder Alan McGee will be a special guest DJ at the opening of new Birkenhead cafe bar and live music venue Jam.Read
MOVE over Cannes – Wirral International Film Festival returns for a fifth year next week.Read
OPPONENTS of Tranmere Rovers’ bid to build houses on an historic playing field have insisted they will fight on – despite the proposals being given planning permission.Read
TWO teenagers were arrested and bikes and cars seized in a police crackdown on illegal scrambler bikes in Wirral.Read
NEW Ferry will receive £10,000 of funding to put together a regeneration plan for its high street.Read
THE RSPCA’s Animal Centre in Wallasey considered stopping its dog re-homing service as its financial struggles continue.Read
FEARS were raised that lifting a ban on building homes across Wirral could lead to a rush of development in more “attractive” areas – leaving sites most in need of redevelopment ignored.Read
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