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Heroism of Victoria Cross Jack Davies recalled at St George's Hall
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.
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4 hrs ago
Caught on Camera: Can you help North Wales police identify these people?
North Wales Police have released the images in the hope of jogging the memories of people who may have witnessed suspicious activity.
9 hrs ago
Halifax fire deals with radiation scare, but says no evidence of leak at port
Firefighters respond to a possible radiation leak aboard a ship at the Fairview Container Terminal at the port of Halifax late Thursday, March 13, 2014, but later determined there was no leak of radioactive material.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Disgraced Wirral vicar faces expulsion from church
A WIRRAL vicar faces expulsion from his Church of England post after his secret life of making and possessing indecent images was uncovered.
Council leader supports propsed HS2 extension to Liverpool
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.
St James Roundabout, Birkenhead North
Each year, the Globe had a habit of compiling a light-hearted top-ten of Wirral's most frustrating roads and traffic junctions.
St. Patrick's Day 2014 Weekend Guide: 15 ways to celebrate in Central New York
Whether you're partying in Tipperary Hill, Armory Square or Liverpool this weekend, you'll have a wealth of places to eat, drink and celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2014.
Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Bradford University student Aamir Qudeer
The family of a Bradford University student who has now been missing more than a fortnight are hoping to spread their appeal to find out where he is across the north.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Bangor: Scooter driver seriously injured in crash
Woman in her 30s taken to hospital after her scooter is involved in a collision with car near Ysbyty Gwynedd A woman in her thirties has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after her scooter was involved in a collision with a car.
World famous horror writer to descend on Wallasey this month
ONE of the world's most respected writers of horror fiction is to appear at a Wirral library to celebrate the 50th anniversary of his first published work.
Community projects made a reality thanks to Love Wirral grants
COUNCIL funding will allow 80 local projects to carry out environmental improvements in their neighbourhood ahead of the Open Golf Championship this summer.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Rhyl hoverlink trial set for summer
A TRIAL run of a hovercraft service linking Rhyl and Merseyside may take place this summer.
Wirral News: Radio Caroline Rides the Waves Again
BRITAIN'S most famous pirate radio station will take to the airwaves once more from Liverpool for its 50th anniversary at the end of this month.
The officer saw two males in the home but they refused to answer the door. Then Stacey Swanson pulled into the driveway because her son, Seth, lives there and she just learned he was involved in a crash.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Rhyl man was kidnapped and beaten over drug debts
A man was kidnapped and taken to a park where he was stripped and beaten up over a drugs debt.
Bid to illuminate Wirral's Dome of Home gets financial boost from Wirral Council
A PROJECT to illuminate an iconic religious landmark in Wirral ahead of this year's Open Golf Championship has been given a financial boost thanks to a grant from Wirral Council.
Lancashire Evening Post
A 6.8m lost on betting machines
Nearly 7m was lost last year by thousands of people in Lancashire through machines dubbed the "crack cocaine of gambling".
Sat Mar 08, 2014
One of the works on display at an exhibition of Indian and Bangladeshi artistes presented by Bangladesh Deputy High Commission, Calcutta, and Bengal Foundation-Dhaka, at ICCR.
Blue Bell Inn, Halkyn: Official opening of post office in pub
Landlord Steve Marquis, left, officially opens the new post office at The Bluebell, Halkyn pictured with Cllr Carolyn Thomas, MP David Hanson, AM Sandy Mewies And to celebrate, David Hanson MP and Sandy Mewies AM joined staff and customers to officially cut the ribbon at the Blue Bell Inn on Rhosesmor Road.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Rope booby trap hits teaching assistant in THROAT as she cycles home...
Ibragim Todashev, 27, is believed to have been investigated following the terror attacks and reportedly knew bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev Max Clifford is facing 11 counts of indecent assaults on seven teenagers between 1966 and 1984 Pistorius, 27, admits shooting girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp dead at his home but claims he thought she was an ... (more)