The Wirral-born dancer, choreographer and mime who taught David Bowie and Kate Bush their dance moves has died.Read the full story ›
Olympic gold medallist Sam Quek is calling for women's sport to be a better reflection of the diversity in society.
Marking the launch of her new book she says that merit should be rewarded but that access should improve.
The family of a soldier from Wallasey who was killed in the Falklands War are marching on Downing Street to get his bravery recognised.
Corporal Stewart McLaughlin died in the battle of Mount Longdon in June 1982.
His supporters say 65 MPs are backing their campaign.
A cancer centre in Wirral has saved the sight of people from all over the world with a pioneering therapy- the only one offered in the UK.Read the full story ›
An estimated 1,200 youngsters have been playing in a charity football tournament to raise money in memory of a schoolboy.
While England were on the pitch in Russia, the children were competing in the annual Claire House Cup.
The event was set up by the family of Elliot Wild, 9, who was cared for at the Wirral children's hospice before his death from leukaemia in 2011.
His mother Jackie, who was a regional finalist in last year's Pride of Britain Awards, hopes the proceeds will take their overall fundraising total to £275,000.
Details of the timings of the Parade of SailRead the full story ›
Police are asking for the publics help to find a 14 year old girl who's gone missing from Wirral.
Mackenzie Gardiner was last seen at her home in Prenton on Monday, 2 April.
She is 5ft 3in tall and speaks with a North East accent. Mackenzie wears a stud in her nose.
When last seen, she was wearing a navy, three-quarter length coat, grey leggings and black trainers. She is known to frequent the Kensington and Anfield areas of Liverpool.
Extensive enquiries have been ongoing to find Mackenzie and there is increasing concern for her wellbeing.
If anyone has seen Mackenzie or has any information, they are urged to contact @MerPolHQ, call 101 or the charity @MissingPeople on 116 000.
Police in Merseyside are investigating an unexplained death after the body of a woman was found at an address in Wirral on Sunday.
Emergency services were called to a property on Wastdale Drive, Moreton, at around 5.45am.
The woman’s of kin have been informed.
A post mortem exam is due to take place to work out how she died.
A 61 year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and remains in custody.
A new centre that will offer free practical and emotional support for people living with cancer is set to open in Wirral.Read the full story ›
A woman whose two-year-old son was murdered by her boyfriend has been spared jail after being found guilty of cruelty.Read the full story ›