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  1. Breaking Four people arrested in dawn raids targeting suspected bank...Read the original story

    52 min ago | Warrington Guardian

    FOUR men in their 30s were arrested this morning as part of a joint investigation by Merseyside and Cheshire Police into bank robberies across the region including in Warrington. The men were all arrested in south Liverpool by Merseyside officers on behalf of detectives from both forces who are jointly investigating 22 robberies over a seven year period.


  2. Four arrests over Merseyside bank robberies FOUR men have been...Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago |

    FOUR men have been arrested as part of a joint investigation into bank robberies and building societies across Merseyside including St Helens. All were arrested in South Liverpool by officers on behalf of forces from Merseyside And Cheshire who are jointly investigating 22 robberies over a seven year period.


  3. Kate Avery off to Merseyside with European Championships in France on her mindRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

    Shildon's European silver medalist Kate Avery one of several of the region's athletes heading to Sefton Park in Liverpool this weekend European cross-Country silver medalist Kate Avery is among a number of North East athletes heading for Merseyside this weekend with the intention of making an impact in the Trials for December's European Championships in France. Last year the Shildon athlete was beaten in a sprint finish on an ice-bound Samokov, Bulgaria course by fellow GB representative Gemma Steel and the pair lock horns again in Liverpool in a bid to make the team for Hyeres in two weeks' time.


  4. A hol lot of winners! ALL the fantastic prize results from the...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago |

    Daily Mirror Travel Editor Nigel Thompson brings you EVERY winner, silver and bronze success from the prestigious British Travel Awards gala night in London BTA chief Lorraine Barnes Burton: 'Companies walking away with a 2015 British Travel Award can be justifiably proud of their achievement' The two firms dominated the trophies at the 2015 British Travel Awards gala evening - held tonight in front of the industry's movers and shakers at London's Battersea Evolution centre. In the large tour operator category Saga scooped a stunning 16 'Best' awards, while sister company Titan bagged a brilliant 15 in the medium sector.


  5. Female law graduate punched in face by thug who didn't like the way she was DRESSED on night outRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago |

    Eleanor Jones was confronted by a man who struck her during an unprovoked assault last Sunday morning, also leaving her with a broken cheekbone A law graduate was left with a fractured eye socket after a thug punched her in the face inLiverpool's Chinatown because he did not like what she was wearing. Eleanor Jones was confronted by a man who struck her during an unprovoked assault last Sunday morning, also leaving her with a broken cheekbone.


  6. Obituary: Theresa Henry, 86, of MontvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Born and raised in Liverpool, England, she immigrated to the United States in 1939 settling in Lake Parsippany where she lived for many years until moving to Montville three years ago.


  7. Robyn Curnow: Tracing my grandfather's journey to hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNN

    ... sailed into a wartime disaster. My grandfather's military records meticulously note that he'd embarked in Liverpool, England. At some point the ship had a stopover in Bombay -- now Mumbai -- India, and he arrived in Singapore on January 15, 1942.


  8. School gun terror: Masked man blasts car while parents take kid to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Star

    Police were called just before 9am to reports of a shot being fired at a dark-coloured car by a masked man on foot outside Anfield Road Primary School in Liverpool. The school's headteacher said all its pupils were safe and unaware of the incident in Anfield Road near to Liverpool FC's stadium.


  9. Exhibit honouring 'Canada's Titanic' opens in HalifaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    ... at Pier 21 on Monday and will be there for a year. The Empress of Ireland was sailing from Quebec City to Liverpool, England, in the early hours of May 29, 1914 and was heading to Europe. Nearing Rimouski, the vessel's crews could see the lights ...


  10. Southport bouncer who killed Scott Sheard turned down for open prison moveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Southport Visiter

    CCTV footage from Destination Bar in Southport which captured Scott Sheard incident. The Formby man was punched by a doorman and later died in hospital Stuart Humphreys, 38, was sentenced to four years at Liverpool Crown Court, after being found guilty of killing Scott Sheard.


  11. Lewis Dunne murder: Heartbroken family urge those hiding killer to come forward to the policeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    The heartbroken family of murdered teen Lewis Dunne are calling on those hiding his killer to come forward to police. The 16-year-old's loved ones said today that "no family bond is strong enough to cover up murder", appealing for those with information to come clean.


  12. English Touring Theatre Brings the Odyssey: Missing Presumed Dead to Exeter Northcott TonightRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    English Touring Theatre return to the Exeter Northcott Theatre at the end of November , this time with THE ODYSSEY: MISSING PRESUMED DEAD, their acclaimed collaboration with Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse. The production reunites Simon Armitage and Nick Bagnall after their recent collaborations on The Last Days of Troy and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.


  13. Jeremiah Horrocks Makes First Observation of Transit of VenusRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Free Dictionary

    Jeremiah Horrocks , sometimes given as Jeremiah Horrox , was an English astronomer. He was the first person to demonstrate that the Moon moved around the Earth in an elliptical orbit and was the only person to predict the transit of Venus of 1639, an event which he and his friend William Crabtree were the only two people to observe and record.


  14. Why the refurbishment of Sandy Lodge's clubhouse has boosted wedding incomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Golf Club Management

    The refurbishment to the interior at clubhouses like Sandy Lodge didn't just provide an upgrade to tired facilities, it created areas that have attracted revenue from the likes of wedding parties and small conferences, writes Andy Waple Major investment in clubhouse facilities has paid dividends for Sandy Lodge Golf Club in Middlesex where members and visitors feel home from home in the spacious and comfortable surroundings. The club has never been reluctant to make improvements both on and off the course and its forward thinking policies were rewarded in 2014 when it was selected to host the English Senior Womens' Championship.


  15. Walton Hall Park UpdateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Everton FC

    Season Ticket Holders who are unable to attend a game can list their seat on StubHub, the Club's Official Ticket Marketplace, for fellow Evertonians to purchase safely and securely. A new stadium at Walton Hall Park as part of a major regeneration partnership with Liverpool City Council would "make a massive difference" to Everton and the city, Robert Elstone has said at the Club's General Meeting.


  16. Two more Lord's Taverners minibuses hit the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Cricket World

    The Lord's Taverners have delivered accessible minibuses to Stanley School, Wirral and Lansbury Bridge School, Merseyside, making the presentation at Chester Racecourse. Ahead of a Cheshire & North Wales Lady Taverners Christmas Fundraiser, Christopher Clay made the presentation on behalf of the Taverners and Investec Wealth & Management.


  17. Southport set to be run by 'Liverpool-based Mersey Mayor'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 23 | Southport Visiter

    Cllr Rob Polhill, pictured here on the right at the Liverpool City Region Devolution agreement signing in Liverpool on Tuesday, said Halton's A 6m of reserves are 'under floorboards with the nails down'. The deal, which was signed by councils across Knowsley, St Helens, Wirral, Sefton, Halton and Liverpool, will see a transfer of power from Whitehall to the Liverpool city region.


  18. New CCTV footage emerges of Steven Gerrard caught up in street...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 22 | Daily Star

    The footage captures the moment Gerrard becomes caught up in the fracas outside Woodward's Winebar in Formby in his native Liverpool. In the video, released by The Sun on Sunday, the England legend is shown embroiled in a row with hotel owner Paul Lloyd.


  19. New CCTV footage emerges of Steven Gerrard caught up in street brawl on Liverpool night outRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 22 |

    The former England skipper can be seen on the CCTV footage with his wife Alex after they celebrated in Formby The ex-England skipper is shown on the video embroiled in a clash with hotel owner Paul Lloyd on a night out in Liverpool. The incident occurred after Gerrard, who was with his wife Alex and friends, had met Lloyd in Woodward's Winebar, in Formby, on August 4, 2013, after Gerrard's testimonial match, which Liverpool won 2-0 against Olympiacos.


  20. Nostalgia: The Lancashire Hussars are back in town Part TwoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 22 | Southport Visiter

    Last week we looked at the founding of the 'Lancashire Hussars' and their early adventures; this week we carry on the story, when the crack yeomanry regiment spent more time in Southport - before it disbanded! The Southport Visiter, in typical mid-19th century language, reported on the busy 1858 visit of the Hussars on June 17:- 'Southport during the past week has been under 'military occupation' albeit far more lively than is usually understood by that expression. On Saturday last at 4pm under the command of Sir Robert Gerard, Bart., of Garswood, they entered the town for the accustomed eight days drill, entering from the new Scarisbrick Road.