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- Merseyside Police sees 'largest rise' in knife crimeMERSEYSIDE saw the largest rise in knife crime in England and Wales last year, according to the latest crime statistics. Read more »
- Windle Island set for reopening – after more than seven months of worksWINDLE Island is set to fully reopen tomorrow evening – after more than seven months of works. Read more »
- Bureau of Meteorology - Tasmania Severe Weather Warning 1bom.gov.au - For people in King Island, Furneaux Islands, Western, Upper Derwent Valley, South East, North East, East Coast, North West Coast, Central North, Central Plateau and Midlands Forecast Districts. Issue…Tweeted by @tasalert https://twitter.com/tasalert/status/1121239335041257472 Read more »
- Whiston Hospital’s emergency department experiences 'busiest day on record'sthelensstar.co.uk - WHISTON Hospital’s A&E department experienced its busiest day on record following the Easter bank holiday weekend. Last March it was revealed that Whiston Hospital saw more than 400 admissions to its…Tweeted by @sthelensstar https://twitter.com/sthelensstar/status/1121142403056852994 Read more »
- Prime Minister's Questions: 24 April 2019 - News from Parliamentparliament.uk - Thornberry, the Shadow Foreign Secretary asked about terror in Northern Ireland, the Northern Ireland border, the EU Withdrawal Agreement 'backstop', a customs union with the European Union and cross…Tweeted by @StHelensPolitic https://twitter.com/StHelensPolitic/status/1121135731840147456 Read more »
- 'Tommy Robinson' to stand in North West European electionsTommy Robinson has announced he will stand in the forthcoming European elections. Read more »
- Blast from the past as popular Elizabethan event returnsMedieval music, willow making, wood turning and birds of prey demonstrations will be among the attractions when a popular Elizabethan event returns. Read more »
- Eight people arrested following county lines drug raids in St Helens, Chester and LiverpoolDawn raids have been carried out at homes in St Helens, Chester and Liverpool as part of the ongoing fight against those involved in county lines drug dealing. Read more »
- Liverpool fan missing from home after going out for a bike ridePaul McDonald disappeared from home four days ago Read more »
- Brick thrown through windscreen of car carrying mum and five-month-old babyThe idiotic yobs who flung the missile from a bridge on the St Helens Linkway are being hunted by detectives Read more »
- UK warns against all but essential Sri Lanka travelThe UK advises against all but essential travel to Sri Lanka, where the bombings death toll is revised down by about 100. Read more »
- Rayleigh stabbing: Off-duty police officer knifed multiple timesA man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the stabbing in Rayleigh, Essex. Read more »
- US election 2020: Joe Biden launches presidential bid, joining crowded fieldThe former vice-president declares his White House run with a rebuke of Donald Trump. Read more »
- Liverpool daughter left 91-year-old mum 'lying in filth'Therese Curphey, 53, was convicted of the gross negligence manslaughter of her mother who died from Sepsis, hypothermia and skin ulcers. Read more »
- Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side are "the team of the season"Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says his side could have had up to seven further players in the PFA Team of the Year for 2018-19. Read more »
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