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“These are decent people who will need time to work out where their beliefs and loyalties really lie, and we want to give them every opportunity to work this through and come to their own conclusions.”Read
THE RSPCA is appealing for help after seeing a summer slump in the number of abandoned and stray cats being re-homed.Read
LET us know what you think about local issues by taking part in the Wirral vote.Read
WIRRAL Council’s Chief Executive Steve Maddox joined members of the lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) Staff Forum to raise the rainbow flag at Wallasey Town Hall.Read
THE quest for a trail celebrating Wirral’s Viking past is gathering pace with the unveiling of a themed history board in Meols at the weekend.Read
A NESTON teenager was more than three times the legal alcohol limit when his car left the road and smashed into a tree, killing him and three friends.Read
A WIRRAL pensioner died moments after chasing teenage yobs who had tormented him for years.Read
THE talking is almost over – now get walking!Read
WALLASEY-based Stick ‘n’ Step is one of only 12 centres in the UK providing specialist education therapy to children with cerebral palsy.Read
THE walk starts at Seacombe Ferry on Sunday morning.Read
MORE than 100 workers at Cammell Laird ship repairers in Birkenhead staged an unofficial strike over redundancy plans.Read
THE son of the last man to escape from the ill-fated Thetis submarine is giving a talk this week ahead of the 71st anniversary of the tragedy.Read
THIS time of year is tough if you’re a baby bird, relying on others for food and shelter, with predators at every turn waiting for their chance to pounce.Read
THERE’S a holiday treasure hunt at Eastham Country Park on May 30 from 11am.Read
IT’S a handbag, but not as we know it...Read
A ROUNDABOUT has been officially unveiled at a notorious Wirral accident blackspot after more than 15 years of campaigning.Read
TWO teenage boys were found using a cigarette lighter to set fire to trees during a crackdown on arson attacks on Bidston Hill.Read
AMATEUR gardeners are being invited to help preserve the magnificent gardens at historic Thornton Manor.Read
A BIRKENHEAD man who is said to have targeted elderly and vulnerable victims as he carried out a string of distraction burglaries appeared in court.Read
on Monday as the outgoing mayor, Cllr Andrew Hodson, handed the mayoral chains to Cllr Alan Jennings, who has represented the Clatterbridge ward since 2002.Read
LABOUR MP Frank Field confirmed he is in discussions with Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron over the work of a new Poverty Commission.Read
A REUNION is taking place this summer to mark 43 years since the end of Birkenhead’s own police force.Read
ARTROOM Gallery welcomes work from two artists whose lifetimes straddle three centuries.Read
ONE of the last surviving “Desert Rats” of the Second World War has died in Wirral aged 93.Read
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