Mild but mainly cloudy and breezy with outbreaks of rain, especially in the north and west. Improving for most on Friday.Read the full story ›
UKIP has announced their candidate for the role of Liverpool City Region Mayor. Paula Walters is chairman of UKIP WirralRead the full story ›
The Prime Minister has praised emergency services for their response to the explosion that flattened a number of buildings in Merseyside.
Theresa May also promised Wirral South MP Alison McGovern a meeting with Communities Secretary Sajid Javid to discuss how the Government can help rebuild New Ferry.
The mother of a man thought to have fled the country after a hit-and-run crash which killed a four-year-old girl pleads with him to return.Read the full story ›
The number of animal cruelty cases investigated by the RSPCA in the region has gone up. Merseyside, Greater Manchester and Lancashire are amongst the ten worst areas with more than 24 thousand cases in the last year. Even experienced staff like Vicky McDonald can be shocked by what they've seen.
A support and signposting hub for residents and businesses directly affected by the explosion in Wirral opens in New Ferry Village Hall tomorrow.
The drop-in facility will operate today, Thursday and Friday this week, from 10am-4pm. It is designed to advise people and businesses from New Ferry and Port Sunlight with their ongoing needs.
The hall is at Grove Road, New Ferry, CH62 5AZ. Parking is available on site.
This is part of our ongoing commitment to helping out those worst affected by the catastrophic events of last weekend. We are still in the very early part of the recovery phase of this incident, but we are in it for the long haul and we are heartened by the support and assistance being given right across the community and the recovery will very much be a collaborative effort involving the whole area.
A Lancashire student injured in the Westminster terror attack says he has no ill will towards the man who tried to kill him.
Owen Lambert said for a horrifying moment he thought two of his friends had been killed because he couldn't find them on the bridge.
The 18 year old who's from Morecambe has been left with a large cut on his head.
He's studying at Edge Hill University and was determined to go back to lectures today and says terrorists will never win.
Owen been speaking to our correspondent Elaine Willcox:
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