Friday Mar 7
Sat Nav blamed for lorries getting stuck at Wallasey bridge
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.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Fury as cash-strapped Wirral Council spends 25,000 on new stair carpet
Lyndale children pictured on the carpet-free marble staircase at Wallasey Town Hall last week as their parents fought to save the school from closure A ROW has blown up over council spending after it was disclosed a new stair carpet for Wallasey Town Hall has been fitted - at a cost of A 25,000.
Charlie Landsborough feels fab about his new album
Like most Scousers of a certain age, Birkenhead singer Charlie Landsborough has a tale about the time he almost met the Beatles.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Cabinet decision to consult on closure of Lyndale upheld by scrutiny committee
Lyndale children pictured on the carpet-free marble staircase at Wallasey Town Hall last week as their parents fought to save the school from closure A ROW has blown up over council spending after it was disclosed a new stair carpet for Wallasey Town Hall is costing A 25,000.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Drug dealer's sidekick jailed for cover-up in murder of Wallasey dad Mark Reissing
A man entrusted to move a car in which a dying murder victim had been transported was put behind bars for three years four months today.
Dogwalker rescued by firefighters from mud in New Brighton
Wallasey fire station watch manager Ben Flint, who attended the incident, said: "When we arrived the woman had sunk into the mud up to about knee-level.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Wirral mayor Cllr Dave Mitchell with some of the performers.
Talented youngsters at Wallasey School have recently performed the schools version of the hit West End musical Les MisA©rables, by ShA nberg and Boublil.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Bromborough gas cylinder fire extinguished
AN industrial fire in Bromborough that led to the evacuation of homes and businesses in the area has been extinguished.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
West Wirral News: Weatherhead students hand over 1,000 to Clatterbridge Cancer Charity
OFFICIALS from Clatterbridge just had to visit Weatherhead High School, in Wallasey, to thank their performing arts department for their massive 1,000 donation to The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity.
West Wirral News: Rock night in Wirral for Families Need Fathers charity
The event has been organised by Colin Hanton in aid of Families Need Fathers , who help parents separated from their children.
Wallasey student hopes to put an end to cystic fibrosis
A WALLASEY student is gearing up to take part in the Liverpool Half Marathon in her attempt to help beat cystic fibrosis.
Friends of the Earth warns thousands of Wirral homes are at risk of flooding
The campaign group revealed its analysis of Environment Agency figures shows 6,801 homes in the borough are at risk, including 4,656 in Wallasey.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Wirral News: MPs step in to row over scam claims
MERSEYSIDE MPs have put pressure on authorities investigating the alleged Wirral conman who offered non-existent 34,000-a-year jobs through a government jobcentre.
Teenager taken to hospital following Upton bus smash
A WALLASEY teenager has been taken to hospital after the car she was driving was in collision with a bus.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Man convicted of murdering Wallasey dad over 50 drugs debt
A Liverpool Crown Court jury found Nazzareno Abela guilty of the murder of Mark Reissing, who was dumped on Egremont Promenade after being fatally injured, and he is to be sentenced later today.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Olivia's memory lives on in creative arts competition
THE family of a young Wirral girl who fell victim to swine flu have launched a creative arts competition to celebrate what would have been her 21st birthday.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Rotary club strikes a chord with music competition
Nine instrumentalists and seven vocalists competed for a place in the regional final of a Neston Rotary Club-sponsored music competition.
a Wallasey man has appeared in court accused with making false bomb threats.
Kevin James Murphy, of Osborne Grove, spoke only to confirm his name and address when he appeared before Wirral magistrates on Wednesday.
Planning chiefs dismiss Tesco bid to open Wallasey Village store
More than 1,000 people signed a petition against the store in Wallasey Village on the former Classic Car Sales site, next to the Farmer's Arms pub.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Young Wirral singing sensations make it to the regional final of UK's largest singing competition
TWO Wirral singing sensations have made it through to the regional final of one of the UK's largest singing competitions.