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Fourth teenager arrested on suspicion of murder as victim of New Brighton 'quadricycle' incident named by police
8:24pm Wednesday 30th July 2014
Teenagers arrested on suspicion of murder after pensioner dies following New Brighton promenade 'quadricycle' incident
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Restorative justice scheme launched in Wirral in a bid to crackdown on anti-social behaviour and re-offending
10:12am Wednesday 30th July 2014
Local volunteers, trained by Restorative Solutions, have been recruited to help deliver the scheme, and will be working with victims of crime and anti-social behaviour through neighbourhood justice conferences.
8:39pm Tuesday 29th July 2014
Pensioner who died days after being struck by pedal-powered vehicle in New Brighton was being treated for cancer
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“Our view is that all tolls are a rip off and should be scrapped. It’s the drivers paying about a billion pounds a week in taxes and it’s not right for there to be any tolls." - John McGoldrick, Mersey Tunnel Users Association.
8:00am Thursday 24th July 2014
The Draken Harald - the largest Norse/Viking longship constructed in modern times - had an eventful journey to Wirral on its way from Norway after losing its 70ft mast in severe conditions off the Shetland Isle.
Wirral dancer to entertain the Queen with fire-breathing and angle-grinding at Commonwealth Games opening ceremony
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Nico Russell has sold the family silver, performed as a Polish folk singer, made and sold cupcakes and has acted as stand in for Hollywood stars, all to raise enough money to publish his debut children’s book.
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The highly anticipated Memories of August 1914 event – which takes place from Wednesday until Sunday – will require large scale road closures and diversions, meaning major changes and disruption to public transport.
3:20pm Monday 21st July 2014
More than 60,000 people used the railway to travel between Liverpool and Hoylake and, with the same numbers travelling back to the city, more than 120,000 journeys were made using the Merseyrail service during the four days.
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EIGHT years having passed since Tiger Woods lifted the Claret Jug at Hoylake – and the golfing legend says it feels great to be back in the town that helped him through such a difficult time in his life.
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Oxton Cllr Stuart Kelly claims the fee – which sees those who sign up for garden waste collections online receive a £5 discount – is unfair on those who do not have internet access and impacts heaviest on those can least afford it.
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Sergeant Mark Hill was one of a 70-strong Armed Forces “peloton” that pedalled the two day route from historic Harewood House on the outskirts of Leeds to the centre of Sheffield ahead of Le Grand Depart last weekend.
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