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BIRKENHEAD’S closure-threatened Royal British Legion is holding a public meeting on Tuesday, December 16.Read
PLANS for a 40-mile pipeline stretching from Wirral into Cheshire have been rejected by Cheshire County Council.Read
A POLISH care worker is accused of a racist assault on a German stroke victim at a Birkenhead care home.Read
WIRRAL’S libraries and leisure services can only be saved by the imposition of a 4% “cultural levy”, over and above council tax, says Wirral council leader Steve Foulkes.Read
TWO homeless people have escaped the December frost and momentarily found warmth, food and sanctuary at The Ark in Birkenhead.Read
A UNIQUE wall hanging created by members of the public who visited an interactive exhibition is to be permanently displayed at Birkenhead Priory later this month.Read
WIRRAL Council has announced the dates of special “area forum conferences” for members of the public to share their views on its controversial strategic asset review.Read
A FORMER kitchen fitter from Woodchurch is behind a firm recycling old plastic bottles into kerbstones, with a contract for London’s 2012 Olympics pending.Read
WIRRAL fundraiser David Thomas is to perform the switch-on ceremony at tomorrow’s Light Up a Life ceremony in Birkenhead for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.Read
THE remains of two Wirral soldiers who disappeared almost 60 years ago may have been discovered in the Malaysian jungle.Read
ONE of the first young women to be given an apprenticeship at the Cammell Laird shipyard is among the latest group to be taken on.Read
BOILED frog legs, locusts, pigs’ intestines, maggots and fish eyes were on the menu last Sunday for the brave diners at Jack Rabbit Slims, Hoylake.Read
BIRKENHEAD-based Headset Sales Ltd are giving away a free guide for SMEs on how to survive the recession.Read
WIRRAL News has joined forces with Wirral TV to bring readers access to a video archive of events that happen in the borough.Read
AN EXTRA Wirral landfill site that could handle Merseyside’s waste has emerged – next to an area primed for a £1m makeover.Read
THE future of the Port Sunlight Unilever plant is safe despite the announcement of job losses.Read
TRIBUTES have been paid to a Birkenhead soldier who was killed in Africa last week.Read
A FIVE-A-SIDE football player rushed over and punched an opponent whom he thought was going to attack his father, a court heard this week.Read
DESIGNS by Upton Hall Year 10 student Anya McDevitt delighted the audience at the Off the Rails competition staged by Liverpool Community College.Read
MORE than 300 motorcyclists and their passengers braved freezing conditions on Sunday to take part in the 25th annual Wirral Toy Run, delivering Christmas cheer to the children of Arrowe Park Hospital.Read
KARL Tatler Estate Agents have triumphed yet again at the industry’s premier awards held in London last month.Read
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