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Wirral

A peninsula situated between the River Mersey and the River Dee, looking across to Liverpool on its east side and the River Dee and the Welsh hills to the west, Wirral is home to 319,000 people. It is the birthplace of Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, boasts 1,900 listed buildings while Birkenhead was the home of the first two Boy Scout Groups in the world.

Ray Quinn(Peter Pan),with Louis Emerick (Captain Hook),watched by Shaun Mason (Smee), Leanne Campbell (Tiger Lily), Emma Stephens(Wendy),and Pete Price (Pirate).

Review: Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire

Festive fun in retelling of classic fairytale

Through our history, the Post has been there with us

Andrea Nixon, executive director of The Tate Liverpool.
The region’s leaders on the legacy of The Liverpool Post

City hospitals move towards seven-day working model

The Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Research has shown that  people admitted to hospital over the weekend generally receive  poorer care

Liverpool City Region economy outstripping UK average

Liverpool LEP chair Robert Hough
Latest GVA figures show improving economic conditions

158 years of the Liverpool Post . . . a life well lived

Liverpool Post and Echo editorial staff get ready for the final edition of the historical Liverpool Post, which will cease production after 158 years
Photo by James
Editor Mark Thomas reflects on the end of an era as The Liverpool Post bows out

News

Ray Quinn(Peter Pan),with Louis Emerick (Captain Hook),watched by Shaun Mason (Smee), Leanne Campbell (Tiger Lily), Emma Stephens(Wendy),and Pete Price (Pirate).

Review: Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire

Festive fun in retelling of classic fairytale

City hospitals move towards seven-day working model

The Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Research has shown that  people admitted to hospital over the weekend generally receive  poorer care

158 years of the Liverpool Post . . . a life well lived

Liverpool Post and Echo editorial staff get ready for the final edition of the historical Liverpool Post, which will cease production after 158 years
Photo by James
Editor Mark Thomas reflects on the end of an era as The Liverpool Post bows out

Crufts dog show begins: facts and figures

As Crufts begins this week, we give you the key facts that you need to know about the most famous dog show on earth.

The day's news in pictures: Friday March 7

News from around the world in pictures.

California man denies that he is the founder of Bitcoin

An American man who Newsweek has claimed is the founder of Bitcoin has denied ever having anything to do with the digital currency.
Tranmere Rovers v Port Vale. A smiling Ian Goodison before kick-off

Ian Goodison out on bail in football betting probe

Jamaican international quizzed by police

Tranmere defender Akpo Sodje accused in spot-fixing allegations

Tranmere's Akpo Sodje in action against Leyton Orient at Prenton Park
34-year-old Nigerian international's brotehr Sam was captured on camera allegedly saying he could arrange for players to pick up cards for cash

Liverpool eyeing up Barcelona defender Martin Montoya

Jose Enrique
Montoya has made seven appearances for the Spanish giants this season but has grown frustrated at his lack of first-team opportunities

Events

Ray Quinn(Peter Pan),with Louis Emerick (Captain Hook),watched by Shaun Mason (Smee), Leanne Campbell (Tiger Lily), Emma Stephens(Wendy),and Pete Price (Pirate).

Review: Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire

Festive fun in retelling of classic fairytale

Your gallery: Animals and landscapes by Mike Paget

The Red Shoes by Mike Paget
This week's celebration of Merseyside's artistic talent

Restaurant Review: Panoramic offers a taste of the future

Liverpool's Panoramic restaurant
John Sutton enjoys living the high life

Videos & Photos

The day's news in pictures: Friday March 7

World in Pictures: Friday March 7

Nick Clegg has insisted he will not back down over demands for Lord Rennard to apologise in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
Amid warnings that a legal battle could tear the Liberal Democrats apart, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted his handling of the situation had not been ideal.
But he said he had to demand that the former party chief executive says sorry - even if only for causing "inadvertent" distress to women.

The day's news in pictures: January 22, 2014

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Ian Doyle
Football Writer
Tony McDonough
Business Writer
Alistair Houghton
Business Writer
Laura Davis
Arts editor
Bill Gleeson
Business Writer
Helen Davies
Business Writer
Ben Turner
Education reporter
Peter Elson
Shipping correspondent
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