5 August 2010: 1:24pm
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A FLAGSHIP £24million development in the centre of Birkenhead has had the plug pulled on it by the council at the eleventh hour.Read
A PRESENTATION on ambitious plans for a £4.5bn redevelopment of Wirral’s dockland area is being held ahead of the scheme being considered by planners.Read
A MASSIVE consultation exercise over council cuts launched by the ConLib coalition was slammed by Labour.Read
WIRRAL residents were able to catch a glimpse of the Queen Victoria liner as it made its first call into Liverpool to commemorate the 170th anniversary of Cunard starting services from the port.Read
WORK started on Cammell Laird’s £44m aircraft carrier contract in an emotional moment for workers and ‘top brass’ alike.Read
WIRRAL welcomed a royal visitor on Monday.Read
PLANS to hand over control of Wirral’s parks and countryside services to a private company have been given the go ahead by the council.Read
A CHARITY worker was killed after losing control of her car while apparently racing her boyfriend along a Wirral road.Read
AN MP is calling on her colleagues to support an SOS call to protect Wirral’s cultural heritage by giving the region a greater share of Lottery funding.Read
CARRYING out often unseen work, Chris Shaw has transformed Advocacy in Wirral into an organisation that helps thousands of people with mental illness each year.Read
l IRBY and Thurstaston Gardener's Club are holding their 66th Annual Flower & Vegetable Show in the Irby Village Scout and St Chads Halls this Saturday July 31, at 2pm.Read
WIRRAL Council is getting behind Keep Britain Tidy’s campaign to clean up England’s streets and save the country not far off a billion pounds a year.Read
WIRRAL Anti-Social Behaviour Team have sent a clear message to would-be offenders with a number of orders issued in the past month.Read
THE historic Birkenhead town hall will not be sold and is to be retained for council use – for the time being.Read
WHEN the Icelandic volcano erupted earlier this year it grounded planes across the globe, but Sylvia Hikins chose to fly above it in pursuit of art.Read
WIRRAL Council paid out more than £42,000 in compensation last year, to settle complaints made to the Local Government Ombudsman (LGO).Read
POLICE ‘assumed’ a man who called 999 over a domestic violence incident was the aggressor and arrested him, causing him to lash out in anger, a court heard.Read
ARTISTS are back in West Kirby this weekend selling their creative work.Read
PRENTON pupils got back to nature in a special wildflower day.Read
WIRRAL parks are celebrating a record number of green flag awards.Read
JOIN the Forces Sweethearts for one afternoon only at the Floral Pavilion.Read
WIRRAL hospitals gained top marks in an assessment of patients’ food and surroundings.Read
PLANS to spend almost £1.3m upgrading an art gallery have been approved.Read
DETECTIVES from Wirral CID are seeking the owner of an antique pocket watch taken from a home in Bebington.Read
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