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New Brighton's litter-busting squad have been joined by the motley crew of the good ship Black Pearl to launch an intensive drive to rid the resort of rubbish and grime.
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WIRRAL council has come under fire once more for its spending habits after it was revealed council bosses jetted off to a conference in Bournemouth at a cost of A 5,000.
POLICE have issued CCTV stills of a man they would like to speak to in connecton with a New Brighton burglary earlier this year.
OVERFLOWING bins could be welcoming visitors to The Open Championship in Hoylake as Wirral binmen announce they may target the tournament for industrial action.
They are among 2,767 Merseyside families who, according to the Government, are "back on track" after intervention by local authority specialist teams.
THE dedication and hard work of a team of local volunteers has been praised by a Wirral MP as he officially opened the borough's newest community centre.
WEEKEND cross-river night buses are to be axed as Arriva claim a lack of passengers means they have become too costly to run.
A WIRRAL father and daughter duo are proving that it really is easier to lose weight with a friend after shedding a massive 11 stone between them in just 14 months.
On foot; If you live within walking distance of the course, use the designated pedestrian walkways to enter at the club's Pinfold Lane, Meols Drive and Stanley Road entrances.
THE finest of Wirral musicians will be performing in a rather unusual setting for John Gorman's brainchild "Festival Of Firsts" this Saturday.
See which schools will be closed or partially closed on Thursday due to strike action by public sector workers over pay and pensions Reaching over 1 in 4 people in the area The Daily Post is a trustworthy and favourite local newspaper Liverpool-born Mark joined the Daily Post in January 2014 after seven years as editor of its Merseyside sister ... (more)
Diane and John Robinson, from the Friends of Rake Lane Cemetery, are trying to trace the relatives of a Wirral lieutenant who died during the First World War.
In the article, published on the HSJ's website earlier this week, Dr Camphor claims the CCG's chair Phil Jennings and its accountable officer Abhi Mantgani - who both "stepped aside" from their posts in May to allow NHS England to conduct a probe into the group's leadership - caused upset when he pushed through plans to withdraw A 1.4m from ... (more)
Ninety-year-old Alice Sealeaf, from Birkenhead, has seen many changes throughout her life but none bigger than when she had to adapt to losing her sight.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 12:36 pm
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