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Leslie Ward, of Clarendon Road, is charged with nine counts of downloading indecent photographs or pseudo-photographs of a child and one count of possessing 2,690 indecent images and moving images – 100 of them in the most serious category.
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Claire Williams, who runs Wallasey Hedgehog Rescue from her home on Zigzag Road, said she is “disgusted” at the actions of a group of around six youths, who left her signage and windows daubed in black paint.
Step into Granty's Inferno - Globe columnist Peter Grant wonders if the council has a trick or treat in store for us
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A STATUE to the man who presided over the club as it won three promotions, made five trips to Wembley and hammered on the door of the Premier League for three seasons will be unveiled at Prenton Park on Saturday.
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"The not insignificant numbers of people who have approached me following both of the consultation meetings held to date asking would we build on for example Pump Lane indicates to me that there is a general acceptance of the operational logic as advanced." - Dan Stephens.
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Health watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) said people’s care needs were not always taken into account at Highground Care Home, equipment was dirty and medication was not always stored at the correct temperature.
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Cats Protection’s South Wirral Branch is holding its annual National Black Cat Day today, Thursday, to encourage people to find a place in their hearts and homes for an unwanted black or black-and-white moggy.
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Merseyside Police is warning anyone who commits incidents of anti-social behaviour they can expect a swift response, while Wirral Council is handing out resource packs to those working with young people.
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Staff at Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust told a patient - known as “Mrs C” - following surgery - that she was suffering from cancer that would require treatment. But three weeks later, another surgical consultant told her a preliminary histology report indicated that there was no evidence of cancer after all.
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A MORETON man who failed to take his dog to the vet after it was severely burned by chip pan fat in an accident has been banned from keeping animals indefinitely. WARNING: Contains photographs some people may find upsetting.
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Wirral MP calls for hospitals to provide 'more certainty' as figures show millions are spent on temporary staff
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Your Say Your Globe
I DOUBT very much that Wirral Council will ever vote to reduce the number of councillors from the 66 it has now - it would be asking too much for them to consider derailing the 'allowances' gravy train. − P Fitzpatrick by emailWirral's stuck with 66