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8 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
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.
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Are you taking on a challenge for charity? Tell us about it! Go to www.wirralnews.co.uk/mychallenge and fill in the form Name: Dr Ravi Gokhale Age: 54 From: West Kirby Taking on: The Way of the Roses coast to coast cycle challenge Fundraising for: Cancer Research UK The Way of the Roses is a relatively new coast to coast cycle route from Morecambe ... (more)
16 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
A WIRRAL nurse who lost her mum and mother-in-law to cancer is among those taking part in this year's Race for Life.
19 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
COUNCIL funding will allow 80 local projects to carry out environmental improvements in their neighbourhood ahead of the Open Golf Championship this summer.
THE heat was on for our Wirral Young Chef of the Year finalists when they took part in a cook off in their last chance to impress.
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 leader of Wirral's Liberal Democrats has received the mayor's award in recognition of his selfless work for the community.
A TEENAGE singing sensation who made her professional stage debut at the age of 11 has made it through to the area final of one of the UK's largest singing competitions.
A YOUNG Wirral kickboxer has won the chance to represent his country again in a world championship - and needs Globe readers to help get him there.
A North Wales Fire & Rescue Service spokeswoman confirmed that they were called out to Moel Famau at 6.37pm on Sunday to reports of a car ablaze.
ONE of the world's best known celebrity photographers has cemented his support of Claire House Children's Hospice by agreeing to be an official patron of the charity.
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.
A HERITAGE lottery grant of close to A 10,000 will allow Wirral people to remember those who lost their lives in the First World War.
Prosecutor Alan Currums said at around 11.35pm on Wednesday March 5, witnesses heard shouting and saw two women banging on a door in Poulton Road, screaming "he's got a knife".
Satellite navigation has been blamed for articulated lorries getting stuck in a Wirral town trying to negotiate a narrow humped-backed bridge followed by a sharp right turn.