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Ten-year-old Amber Ritson with her long locks

Two Wirral schoolgirls shave locks off for charity

Beth Williams from Bebington and Amber Ritson of New Brighton did the selfless act to raise for Help for Heroes and Claire House

Wirral pupils help hospital baby unit

Greasby Junior School pupils visit staff at the neonatal unit
Greasby Junior School collected £2,200 for the neonatal unit at Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital

Future of Green Belt land in Wirral lies with planning inspectorate

Residents of Mount Road and Marsh Lane along with Bebington councillors Christina Muspratt, Walter Smith and Jerry Williams want to protect Green Belt land
Planning inspector Paul Griffiths visited Woodend Cottage in Bebington after developers appealed

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Ten-year-old Amber Ritson with her long locks

Two Wirral schoolgirls shave locks off for charity

Beth Williams from Bebington and Amber Ritson of New Brighton did the selfless act to raise for Help for Heroes and Claire House

Greasby Junior School pupils visit staff at the neonatal unit

Wirral pupils help hospital baby unit

Greasby Junior School collected £2,200 for the neonatal unit at Wirral Women and Children’s Hospital

Residents of Mount Road and Marsh Lane along with Bebington councillors Christina Muspratt, Walter Smith and Jerry Williams want to protect Green Belt land

Future of Green Belt land in Wirral lies with planning inspectorate

Planning inspector Paul Griffiths visited Woodend Cottage in Bebington after developers appealed

Wirral Tory leader hit by failed 'smear attempt', report reveals

Following an independent investigation a Wirral council report has revealed a smear attempt on Tory leader

War hero Peter Dunning places a lighted candle at the War Memorial in Port Sunlight as part of the national Lights Out initiative to commemorate the centenary of World War I. Publicity picture.

Wounded Marine says Lights Out Liverpool to honour WW1

Peter Dunning lost his legs in Afghanistan says turning out lights is fitting tribute

Mike Parker and Richard Thompson from Upton in a scene from the film

Film director from Wirral seeks crowd funding for film with Colin Firth’s son

Richard Thompson, from Upton, is filming Saddenly Now with Will Firth

Rodney Brookes, founder of Rethink Robotics with Baxter at the Baxter UK conference held in Bristol

Revolutionary degree in robotics launched

Glyndwr University to launch postgraduate robotics degree next year

Seven sixth form students from The Mosslands School in Wallasey cycled 900 miles from Lands End to John O'Groats

Cyclist from Wirral school ride length of Britain in memory of student’s father

Seven sixth form students from Wallasey's The Mosslands School cycled 900 miles from Lands End to John O’Groats

Northern Ireland's Rory Mcllroy shows off the Claret Jug after winning The Open in Hoylake. Picture by Andrew Teebay

World class stage for Wirral at Open Championship

All the top international players came to compete on the fairway at Hoylake's Royal Liverpool Golf Club

Rally organiser Blair Percival and wife Dawn Edward in period dress with 1959 Austin Healey Sprite

Motor through the decades at Wirral Historic Vehicle Rally

Wirral Classic Car Club will host the fifteenth annual event this weekend

Swimmer Chris Shaw completed 12-hour charity challenge in torrential rain. Pictured Terry Green, Chris Shaw, Paul Griffiths, Jenny Brown and Sophie Steventon.

Twelve hour swim for Wirral dad in stormy weather

Chris Shaw from Wallasey swam 50km to North Wales and back in torrential rain

Festival of arts in West Kirby. Picture by George Evans

Hundreds turn out for Wirral Festival of Firsts

A week of arts in Hoylake, New Brighton and West Kirby was a huge success

Planning application to build 10 houses at Woodend Cottage, next to Storeton Woods (pictured)

Planning inspectorate set to decide to build on green belt land in Wirral

Planning inspectorate will make decision after Wirral Council refused plans to build houses on Woodend Cottage site, Bebington

Brothers Dan, Tom and Sam Lloyd thank B&M Waste Services Ltd for £5,000 donation to Claire House

Mural appeal for Lloyd brothers at Wirral school

Twins Dan and Sam Lloyd, 18, and brother Tom, 16, suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Wirral bin strike called off after last minute deal

Workforce agree to call off action that was set to target The Open

The ground breaking partnership between Glyndwr University and Wrexham FC has attracted 15 players, including several from the North West.

Football academy scores with Prenton Park assist

Glyndŵr Wrexham Football Academy football academy scores with assist from Tranmere Rovers and more

Brian Cummins from Moreton now has a regular slot at The Swan

Come and see two of Wirral's finest acts

The Jalapenos and Brian Cummins are performing this weekend

Frank Field, MP for Birkenhead

Frank Field: Staff morale of NHS workers is at a critical condition

In his weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Birkenhead Frank Field writes about the NHS

Minister for Disabled People and MP for Wirral West Esther McVey

Esther McVey: There was lots to cheer about in Wirral over the weekend

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wirral West Esther McVey writes about various events taking place over the weekend

Angela Eagle, MP for Wallasey

Angela Eagle: We are seeing 60 years of social progress dismantled

In her weekly column for Wirral News, MP for Wallasey Angela Eagle writes about her imminent visit to the National Policy Forum

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Ten-year-old Amber Ritson with her long locks

Two Wirral schoolgirls shave locks off for charity

Pictures: Thousands turn Birkenhead Park a sea of pink in this year's Race for Life

Festival of arts in West Kirby. Picture by George Evans

Hundreds turn out for Wirral Festival of Firsts

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