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Murder arrests after 90-year-old woman found dead

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Police are appealing for more information following the arrest of two people in connection with the death of a 90-year-old woman in the Wirral. Police received a report at 11:20am yesterday that Myra Thompson had been found in a house...

Merseyside pays tribute to “selfless” former Birkenhead MP Lord Frank Field

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Tributes to the long-serving former Birkenhead MP and crossbench peer, Lord Frank Field have been paid by Merseyside representatives from across the political spectrum. Lord Field represented Birkenhead for 40 years spanning from 1979 to 2019, first as a Labour...

Looming Heatwave: Is the UK ready for another scorcher in 2024?

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The MET office is warning of the potential hottest year on record in 2024, with ‘supercell’ storms and 40 degree days. What should the UK expect from the elements this summer, and how should you prepare?  The Upward Trend The numbers...

Gifting a Good Impression: Monet and Degas masterpieces given to Walker Art Gallery

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Two impressionist masterpieces are making their way to Liverpool, ready to feature in the Walker Art Gallery.  The Epte in Giverny (1884) by Claude Monet and Modiste Decorating a Hat (1891-1895) by Edgar Degas will both feature in the Walker Art...

Croxteth residents react after XL Bully abandoned in park

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Croxteth residents said there should be stricter measures in place for careless dog owners in Merseyside, after an XL Bully was abandoned at a nearby park. Merseyside Police were called to Croxteth Park on March 23 to seize the dog...
Cammell Laird Shipyard, Birkenhead. Photo via Alamy

Cammell Laird green energy project questioned by environmentalists

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British shipbuilding company Cammell Laird’s plan to deliver a ‘pioneering clean energy project’ on Birkenhead has come under fire. The company, whose headquarters and shipyard are in Birkenhead, have successfully bid for government funding to develop a ‘cutting-edge Green Shore...

Controversial property development next to sick children’s unit given council go-ahead

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A planning proposal to build over 50 new properties, including houses and retirement flats, on land next to the Ronald McDonald House in Stoneycroft has been approved by Liverpool Council.  The Ronald McDonald house is a unit designed for parents...

Exhibition celebrates black women in academia

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An exhibition celebrating black women in academia has taken the stage at Liverpool John Moores University. ‘Black In The Ivory’ seeks to challenge traditional views of black women in academia and give black women a safe space to freely express...
Beacon Primary School Everton

Demands for better safety measures after car crashes into school

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Parents from Beacon Primary School say more safety measures need to be put in place, after a car ploughed into an empty classroom. The incident happened yesterday at around half eight in the morning. No children were injured and the...

Record seizure of illegal vapes from London Road shop

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Thousands of illicit vapes have been seized by Liverpool City Council officers, in its largest haul from a single premises to date. Over 3,500 vapes were found by the Public Protection team, totalling a street value of £42,000 from a...

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