16 July 2009: 2:18pm
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VOTERS in New Ferry, where Ben Chapman has his constituency office, said they were concerned about the revelations.
TOMBSTONE Country Music Club is gearing up for its fourth annual weekend festival, with tickets being snapped up, artists confirmed and a charity set to benefit.
WIRRAL’S Labour group last night branded the defection of one of its former councillors to the Conservatives “unforgivable”.
AROUND 4,500 people joined a wet and windy Wirral Coastal Walk yesterday, raising hundreds of thousands of pounds for charity.
WIRRAL author Peter Lupson is celebrating further success after his latest book Across the Park was commissioned for a second publishing run.
A TROUBLED nightclub on the verge of losing its licence after a spate of violent incidents has turned itself around.
ORGANISERS of the Wirral Show have unveiled the attractions lined up for this summer’s event.
AN ARTIST who put the names of Tiger Woods at Hoylake, Paul O’Grady at Birkenhead and Bob Carolgees at Spital on the Merseyrail map has seen his business flourish in the 12 months since its launch.
WIRRAL Council’s leader has distanced himself from the furore over the catering for the new Conservative Mayor’s civic reception.
POLICE stations in Wirral are each flying a “rainbow” flag in the fight against homophobia.
A SOLDIER is planning to run 56 miles to raise money for his mum and sister who have breast cancer.
A NEW supermarket in the heart of Birkenhead’s shopping district is viable and has the money to proceed, a public inquiry was told.
A SURVEY has found residents in Wirral think car parking charges are the biggest barrier to attracting shoppers.
THE shortlist for Wirral’s premier annual business awards has been announced by Wirral Investment Network (WiN).
Entrepreneur Tim Bacon, the man behind The Living Room, is hopeful Wirral Council will back his new venture after an initial approval from planning officers.
RESIDENTS of a street wrecked in a rooftop vandal attack have been told they have to pay for the damage.
THREE Wirral primary schools have been forced to pay for their own crossing patrol after funding was withdrawn by the council.
MANY more children in care could benefit from living with a foster family.
RISING stars Hippys on the Hill are playing at the UK’s biggest free urban and extreme sports festival on Sunday (May 24).
BANDS will be performing on the bandstand in Vale Park, New Brighton, every weekend until September.
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