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Soldiers are putting up a new fence around a community centre built in memory of murdered Liverpool schoolboy Rhys Jones.
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A 51-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the armed robberies of two banks in Liverpool, which took place on consecutive days.
A WIRRAL charity helping children with cerebral palsy is set to receive thousands of pounds from the Merseyside Police Federation Charitable Trust.
People will be shown how to search and browse the internet at Widnes library on Monday, March 31, from 11am to 12 noon, and how to set up an e-mail address at Halton Lea library, Runcorn, on Wednesday, April 2, from 11am-12 noon.
Merseyside man Ian Galtress has spent the last 20 months living with the fact that he may have thrown away his chance to be a millionaire A man who thinks he lost a winning Euromillions lottery ticket worth A 1m says his life has been ruined.
After the American Revolution, some 250,000 left Ireland for North America entering through New York or Philadelphia.
Halifax fire officials say normal operations could resume Saturday morning at a container port where cylinders carrying radioactive material fell about six metres as they were being unloaded from a ship.
A NEW leadership team formed by a partnership with an outstanding school is set to be put in place at the troubled Hope Academy.
THE heroics which gained men like Jack Davies the Victoria Cross and the horrors of life in the trenches are both being relived this weekend.
Councillor Foulkes was formally nominated to become "first citizen" for 2014/15 by council leader Phil Davies when the cabinet met at Wallasey town hall on Thursday.
A burglar dressed in sports clothes raided the Blackpool Football Club hotel and got away with a small haul including three tea bags.
CALLS for a proposed high speed railway line into Liverpool have been back by political and business leaders in St Helens, due to the potential economic benefits that could be brought to the town.
MORE than 200 families in Rock Ferry have signed up to a council-run scheme guiding them towards healthy eating.
A WIRRAL vicar faces expulsion from his Church of England post after his secret life of making and possessing indecent images was uncovered.
Each year, the Globe had a habit of compiling a light-hearted top-ten of Wirral's most frustrating roads and traffic junctions.
A WIRRAL man has admitted killing his dog by throwing it against a wall after it defecated on his bed.