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Plymouth Evening Herald
Drugs plot trial hears accused deny he was making calls
A MAN accused of conspiring to supply heroin and crack cocaine has told a court a person he was unwilling to "grass" on must have used his phone to arrange alleged drug deals.
Tue May 21, 2013
Crunk and disorderly
Alicia Keys Brings 'Set The World On Fire' Tour To The UK, Tweets ...
Alicia Keys braced herself for an invisible golden shower as she kicked off the UK leg of her 'Set The World On Fire' world tour at Echo Arena in Liverpool, England last week.
Mon May 20, 2013
Train passenger's cheekbone shattered by thugs
DETECTIVES suspect a group of train passengers - whose attack left a 25-year-old man with a shattered cheekbone - may be from St Helens.
The Daily Record
A 220m drugs gang, who flooded Scotland with cocaine and heroin, have ...
THE criminals, who were from the Glasgow area, were part of a 30-strong gang who trafficked the Class A drugs from Merseyside to Scotland.
Wirral businessman brings Cooper's magic back to stage
A FORMER Wirral schoolboy turned entrepreneur brings the spirit of comic legend Tommy Cooper to The Royal Court in Liverpool next month.
This Is Grimsby
MarkWPage commented East Marsh one of UK's worst 'Benefit ghettos'
An area of Grimsby is one of Britain's worst 'Benefit ghettos', according to a report released today by The Centre For Social Justice.
Sun May 19, 2013
Nationalism won't help Scotland
On two separate occasions in a matter of months - the first involving Tory Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith and the second Ukip leader Nigel Farage - protesters have heckled English politicians with: "Get back tae England!" This is not to say that these protesters are motivated by anti-English hostility.
Sat May 18, 2013
suspended jail sentence for selling counterfeit goods
A man has been given a three month suspended jail sentence for selling counterfeit goods from a shop in Huyton.
Thu May 16, 2013
Art's prize to be awarded in Wirral artist's memory
The 2013 Liverpool Art Prize 'People's Choice Award' will be presented in tribute to Joe, who was tragically killed in February of this year in a hot air balloon disaster at Luxor, Egypt.
Cocaine and heroin couriers jailed
Members of a Liverpool-based gang that supplied cocaine and heroin worth tens of millions of pounds to Glasgow have been jailed.
Are children being failed in the UK?
Children are being failed on a grand scale when it comes to their health and wellbeing - or so says a report by the British Medical Association.
Wed May 15, 2013
Domino's UK recognizes top employees
Domino's UK has recognized various employees within the system at the company's recent event in Liverpool, England.
Rail disruption hits St Helens passengers after man struck by train
RAIL passengers were faced with delays of up to 60 minutes this morning after a man died when he was struck by a train on the main route into Liverpool.
Meccano founder milestone marked
Celebrations have started on Merseyside to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the inventor of Meccano, Hornby trains and Dinky toys.
Pro Q&A: Ben Lewis
After honing his skills in the streets of Liverpool, England, Ben Lewis has been spending the last few years traveling around the world stamping his signature blend of creative and technical riding all over cities like London, Barcelona, Los Angeles, and more.
Tue May 14, 2013
Formby News: Formby pub leads the field following ale award
The Freshfield Hotel, on Massam's Lane, was selected by the Southport and West Lancs branch of CAMRA as their 2013 winner and will now go forward with three other pubs from across Merseyside for the prize of CAMRA Merseyside Pub of the Year.
Wirral drug baron who masterminded A 200m plot is jailed
JAIL sentences totalling almost 120 years were handed out today to nine "key players" in a A 200 million plot to smuggle heroin and cocaine from Merseyside into Scotland.
Multi-Mode Monitoring at Lime
Lime Pictures, based in Liverpool, England, was created out of the re-branding of Mersey Television in the mid 2000s.
Force missed bullets in victim's car
Forensic tests of a car in which a man was shot dead failed to find two bullets, police have said.
Liverpool Daily Post
Liverpool News: Thousands sign petition calling for Liverpool pub the Caledonia to be saved
Efforts to keep the Caledonia on Catharine Street open reached the landmark yesterday, as pressure mounted on council leaders to grant special protected status to the historic building.