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53 min ago | Runcornandwidnesworld.co.uk
Former Halton Council chief says he is 'truly sorry' over handling of Rotherham child sex abuse Mike Cuff left Halton in 2004 to become chief executive of Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council where he worked until he retired in 2009, aged 60. His comments were published last week in a report by Professor Alexis Jay who said she was appalled to ... (more)
5 hrs ago | Warrington Guardian
Officers are continuing to investigate whether the death of Mr Weston, from Leicestershire, was linked to drugs, with results of a post mortem inconclusive.
5 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
A jobless father-of-eight who "wrecked" his home after being evicted for rent arrears was put behind bars today.
5 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
Factor hopeful from Wirral recalled the 'heart-pounding' moment she attempted to wow Simon Cowell and his fellow judges during the first round of auditions for the new series.
8 hrs ago | Wirral Globe
A MEMORIAL to those from Birkenhead who gave their lives during the First World War will be unveiled by Prince Edward on Monday.
For the next six weeks a group of young people will be getting to grips with the business of politics and learning the ropes from their councillors.
A chandelier found in Adolf Hitler's bunker, a tie-pin with a possible connection to Lord Nelson, and a Staffordshire creamware pot that had sat on top of a wardrobe for 25 years, yet was worth 14,300... these are just some of the Antiques Roadshow discoveries from past visits to Merseyside.
CCTV footage showed the moment the armed raider pulled out a six-inch kitchen knife and demanded cash, before getting more than he bargained for from the brave husband and wife.
Manager Rob Edwards has this evening signed Rochdale striker George Donnelly. The 26 year old joins us for an undisclosed fee and has penned a two year deal at Prenton Park.
AN independent investigation has found Wirral council acted legally in its repossession of land used by a community pony club.
Andrew Salter, from Wirral, sustained head injuries when his Jaguar left the southbound M53 near Upton just after 11:10 BST on Sunday.
Women workers in an Oil and Cake factory having tea, Lancashire, 1918. Oil cakes were used to feed cattle Q ONE of our most celebrated war heroes will feature as part of a special exhibition at Manchester's Imperial War Museum marking the centenary of World War One.
Emergency services were called to reports that a car had left the M53 in Wirral and struck the motorway embankment near Moreton Spur.
He says he gets a lot of satisfaction from his voluntary work and loves to be out and about in the community.
After a three-month search for miniature poodle Harvey, his devastated owners were told he had been found dead the night he disappeared A petition set up following the death of an adorable poodle who captured the hearts of animal-lovers has attracted nearly 40,000 signatures .
FIREFIGHTERS were called to a blaze at an amateur rugby club's home in the early hours of this morning .
TWO telecommunication giants have been fined by a court after being prosecuted by St Helens Council carrying out sub-standard work on local roads.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 02:40 pm
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