Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)

A daily British regional newspaper for Liverpool.

Articles from September 25, 2012

0 YEARS FOR POWER TOOL CASH RAID GANG; Mersey Team Scoured the Land to Raid ATMs
Byline: JOHN SIDDLE A MERSEY gang who trawled the country to plunder cash machines and safes using power tools will spend almost 50 years behind bars. The sophisticated and audacious heists saw the 11 raiders escape with PS203,000 in cash and...
50 YEARS FOR POWER TOOL CASH RAID GANG; Mersey Team Scoured the Land to Raid ATMs
Byline: JOHN SIDDLE A MERSEY gang who trawled the country to plunder cash machines and safes using power tools were jailed for a total of almost 50 years. The sophisticated and audacious heists saw the 11 raiders escape with PS203,000 in cash...
A Double Knit of All Right for Mary! HUYTON Twin Awards Triumph
Byline: Thomas Martin liverpoolcommunities@gmail.com A WOMAN who helps knit together her community has been handed a double award for her achievements. Mary Edgar, 62, was named Resident of the Year for Huyton and overall Resident of the Year...
AGGER HOPE; No Ligament Damage but Kelly out for Rest of Year
Byline: PHIL KIRKBRIDE HOPE has grown that Daniel Agger's injury is not as severe as initially feared - but Martin Kelly faces an extended spell on the sidelines after confirmation of ligament damage in his knee. Danish international Agger was...
AGGER HOPE; No Ligament Damage but Kelly out for Six Months
Byline: PHIL KIRKBRIDE DANIEL AGGER'S injury is not as severe as initially feared - but fellow Liverpool defender Martin Kelly faces at least six months out after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the 2-1 defeat to...
Baptism of Fire for Mukhadram; Racing
Byline: MUKHADRAM MUKHADRAM faces a baptism of fire when he contests the Betfred Cambridgeshire for his first run in a handicap at Newmarket on Saturday. Despite having only had four starts and not being seen since July, the William Haggas-trained...
Bill Esterson MP
? THE GCSE fiasco was an example of an all too familiar 'we know best' attitude from some politicians and government officials. The goalposts were moved part way through the year putting thousands of young people at a disadvantage. Those young...
Brought to Book; You Say Email:letters@liverpoolecho.Co.UK Uk
FOR more than 20 years the ECHO has recorded everything concerning the Hillsborough Tragedy from the very first day. What happened on that day and all the events since has been reported by the ECHO, and these records are part of the history of the...
Cassidy's Hard Work Paying off; Moore Says On-Loan Striker's Determination Is Reaping Rewards
Byline: NICK HILTON Tranmere Reporter JAKE CASSIDY, the teenager setting the League One scoring charts on fire, is reaping the rewards of application as well as talent, according to Tranmere manager Ronnie Moore. Cassidy's double strike in the...
Celebrating 64 Years of Flooring Excellence
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Celebrating 64 Years of Flooring Excellence; ADVERTISING FEATURE
IF you're looking for a flooring company where attention to detail, value for money and a friendly and truly customerfocused approach is key, then your search is over. Bogans Carpets has the answer to all your flooring needs. Established in 1948...
Challenge in India Awaits Cardinal Heenan Players; National Cup Exploits Secures Trip
Byline: TIM JOHNSON THE Cardinal Heenan under-15 football team have been rewarded for two successive wins in national schools cup competitions with the trip of a lifetime. The prize is an invitation to New Delhi to play in one of the biggest...
'CHEAT' Johnson Hits Valencia with Penalty Dive Accusation I Never Touched 'Cheat' Valencia - Johnson
Byline: PHIL KIRKBRIDE Sports Reporter GLEN JOHNSON has accused Manchester United's Antonio Valencia of "cheating" to win a decisive penalty at Anfield - and insists the referee would not have given Liverpool a spot-kick if it was Luis Suarez who...
Councillors Put Meetings Online; MAGHULL Web Watching Plan
COUNCILLORS in Maghull are preparing to broadcast their meetings live online. They believe that using the worldwide web will help local residents keep up to date with all of Maghull Town Council's workings. The decision to stream town council...
Couple Restore Piece of Community Heritage; WAVERTREE Family Will Live in Property
Byline: Romilly Scragg liverpoolcommunities@gmail.com FORMER Wavertree pub building, The Lamb, has been saved by a young local couple. Members of the public had a chance to see inside the lovingly-restored premises when the owners opened their...
CUP OF CHEER; Round Knows the Importance of Clinching Some Silverware
Byline: Greg O'Keeffe Everton Reporter FEBRUARY 29, 2004 will always remain a special date for Steve Round. That was the Sunday afternoon when, as assistant manager to Steve McClaren, he helped Middlesbrough end the club's 128-year wait for a...
Deaths
ROBINSON JOAN (nee KAVANAGH) September 20th, 2012. Peacefully in hospital surrounded by her loving family, aged 84 years. Beloved sister of Frances, Angela and Michael, loving aunt of all her nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Requiem...
Deaths
ARNOLD- EDNA (nee McKAY), September 17th, 2012. Peacefully passed away surrounded by her loving family, aged 89 years. Funeral Service will be held on Monday, October 1st at Oakfield Methodist Church at 2.00 p.m., Committal to follow at Anfield Crematorium...
Deaths
FARLEY - DANIEL, September 18, 2012. (Grandad, words can't describe how heartbroken I am, I love you with every part of me and I always will, sleep tight and give my Nan a kiss from me.) - Your Chelsea xxx. FARLEY - DANIEL, September 18, 2012. (I...
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DRUG DEALING AT SCHOOL GATES; Shock as Mum Spotted Smoking Joint
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By BEN TURNER Education Reporter PARENTS were caught allegedly doing drug deals and smoking pot as they dropped their children off at primary school. Police are now probing the "disturbing incidents" witnessed in view of young...
Echoes of '85 in Moyes High-Flyers; It's Early Days but Everton Look Formidable
Byline: True Blue hero tackling Goodison talking points IAN SNODIN IT'S a big comparison to make for any Everton side but David Moyes' current team are starting to remind me of Howard Kendall's all-conquering 80s idols. That 1984-85 side was...
Echoes of '85 in Moyes High-Flyers; True Blue Hero Tackling Goodison Talking Points IAN SNODIN It's Early Days but Everton Look Formidable
IT'S a big comparison to make for any Everton side but David Moyes' current team are starting to remind me of Howard Kendall's all-conquering 80s idols. That 1984-85 side was just before my time as a player at Goodison but I still got to share a...
England Suffer Some Net Pain; Sunshine Girls Light Up Gloom NETBALL
Byline: HARRIET MILLARD at the ECHO Arena ENGLAND ....44 JAMAICA ......49 THE much anticipated physical clash of the world's third and fourth ranked netball teams did not disappoint at the ECHO Arena last night and the tourists blasted out of the...
Enjoy a Taste of the Good Life; Chris Beesley Escapes from the Hustle and Bustle in Beautiful Bowness
Byline: Chris Beesley AS ENGLAND'S largest lake - and one of the most picturesque - Windermere is never short of vistors, so it's refreshing to find that less than a mile from the tourist honeypot of Bowness, Fayrer Garden House Hotel is a quiet...
Festive Family Fun at Arena
Byline: CATHERINE JONES Arts Editor A WINTER wonderland will unfold on the Liverpool waterfront this Christmas. The Liverpool Christmas Family Festival will surround the ECHO arena's first panto, Sleeping Beauty, which is being performed in a...
Firefighter John Pens Warning about Risks of Playing with Fire; AINTREE: Tale of Phoenix Street Carries a Serious Message
Byline: Alison Breen liverpoolcommunities@gmail.com AN AINTREE firefighter has launched a book about the dangers of playing with fire. John Tierney has spent two decades as an operational firefighter and has spent a lot of time working with schoolchildren...
'GIVE ME CASH OR I'LL SLIT HER THROAT' 'Educated Man' Became Robber, Court Is Told
Byline: GARY STEWART A UNIVERSITY graduate turned to bank robbery after years of alcohol abuse caused his life to spiral out of control. Patrick Donahue walked into the NatWest bank, on Liverpool Road, Birkdale on August 9, and threatened to...
Grapes Press on Via Owen Goals; Ravenscroft and Howard Net in Thriller M'SIDE & H'WOOD
MAGS MADRID were the comeback kids of the Merseyside & Halewood Junior Football League with a stunning recovery against a plucky Old Xavs Pumas side. The Mags found themselves two goals down in their under-10s Championship clash, but then bounced...
Hamilton Resolve Impressive; MOTOR RACING
McLAREN team principal Martin Whitmarsh says Lewis Hamilton has dealt with his Singapore Grand Prix disappointment "as a world champion" and backed his driver to come back stronger at the final six races of the season. Hamilton looked on course...
Hands Free to Applaud Infiniti; STEVE ORME Infiniti M35h Hybrid
NOT many people will claim that history will write the current times as those when driving standards reached new heights. In fact, there is plenty of evidence that the Highway Code, and the Road Traffic Act are viewed as little more than serving...
HAPPY WITH HEADACHE; FOOTBALL Prince Backs Bucks to Extend Run Players on Way Back for Bootle
Byline: Neil Jones neil.jones@liverpool.com NEIL PRINCE admits having a full squad will give him a fresh selection headache, but has backed Bootle to continue their terrific start to the campaign. The Bucks maintained their unbeaten league record...
Hillsboro 96 Must Now Get Justice; MP for Wavertree
Byline: Luciana Berger THE report of the Hillsborough Independent Panel has rightly dominated Parliament and the media in the days since the publication of the landmark report on September 12. For 23 years, the families of the 96 and the survivors...
HOGAN IS HALEWOOD'S HERO; Defender Jack Makes Amends for an Own Goal with Late Strike in N Thrilling U16s Game
Byline: PAUL ANDERSON at Maiden Lane Playing Fields, Clubmoor Pictures: CRAIG GALLOWAY FARMERS ......... 3 HALEWOOD ..... 3 FARMERS and Halewood under-16s shared the spoils in a thrilling 3-3 draw in the Tuebrook League at Maiden Lane on Sunday...
HOW COULD SHE SAY THAT? I CAN STILL REMEMBER SCREAMS AT THE VERDICT; Campaigner Hits out at Solicitor's Letter of Praise to Coroner LEADING H'boro Families' Lawyer Liz Steel Sent a Letter of Praise to the Controversial Coroner Following the 'Accidental Death' Verdicts, as David Bartlett Reveals
Byline: David Bartlett THE controversial coroner who ruled over the Hillsborough inquests was praised by the families' leading lawyer - just a month after he oversaw the infamous "accidental death" verdicts. Liz Steel chaired the Hillsborough...
HOW COULD SHE SAY THAT? I CAN STILL REMEMBER SCREAMS AT THE VERDICT; + HILLSBOROUGH: THE CAMPAIGN FOR JUSTICE + out at Solicitor's Letter of Praise to Coroner LEADING H'boro Families' Lawyer Liz Steel Sent a Letter of Praise to the Controversial Coroner Following the 'Accidental Death' Verdicts, as David Bartlett Reveals
Byline: David Bartlett THE controversial coroner who presided over the Hillsborough inquests was praised by the families' leading lawyer - just a month after he oversaw the infamous "accidental death" verdicts. Liz Steel chaired the Hillsborough...
I Cut off My Locks for Cancer Victims; Mollie, 8, Has Haircut to Help Others
Byline: ADAM LEYLAND A SCHOOLGIRL cut off her long hair to donate it to children being treated for cancer. Eight-year-old Mollie Owen, from Wavertree decided to donate 12 inches of her blonde locks to the Little Princess Trust which provides...
In Memoriam
CORRIN - LILIAN (Nee WALLACE), September 25, 1988. 24 years ago today. Reunited with husband Ernest Watterson Corrin, daughters Edna, Joyce Margaret, Audrey Esline and Muriel Edwina. Also with sons Ronald Wallace, Denis William Wallace, Colin Stanley,...
Jonjo Has to Learn from Red Card Woe; Don't Give Poor Refs Chance to Send You Off
Byline: Reds legend strikes at the big Anfield issues JOHN ALDRIDGE JONJO SHELVEY has got to be careful. I could see that tackle coming and I was not the only one. Some of the games he has played in this season, we've seen that type of challenge...
Jonjo Has to Learn from Red Card Woe; Don't Give Poor Refs Chance to Send You off Reds Legend Strikes at the Big Anfield Issues
Byline: JOHN ALDRIDGE JONJO SHELVEY has got to be careful. I could see that tackle coming and I was not the only one. Some of the games he has played in this season, we've seen that type of challenge in his game. He tackles a little bit like...
Joy for Grayson as Terriers Rock Blackpool
BLACKPOOL................. 1 HUDDERSFIELD ............ 3 SIMON GRAYSON returned to Bloomfield Road last night to scupper Blackpool's chances of moving top of the Championship as his Huddersfield side leapfrogged them with their third successive victory....
Kids in Bloom Raise the Bar on Childcare in Liverpool
Zoe Sewell, Nursery Manager presented with NDNA award from Mr Stephen Twigg Shadow Secretary for Education. Kids in Bloom is now in its 10th year and it continues to grow and expand offering first rate child care from ages 3 months to 12 years....
Kieswetter Unconcerned by Thrashing for England; Wicketkeeeper Disappointed by Big Loss to India but Insists Confidence Is Still High
Byline: DAVID CLOUGH In Colombo ENGLAND are writing off their record defeat against India as a blip which will have no bearing on their prospects at the "business" end of the ICC World Twenty20. The defending champions let themselves and their...
LET'S HAVE AN ADVENTURE; This Week Education Reporter Ben Turner Visited Rainford High Technology College Where Students Love the Great Outdoors
Byline: Ben Turner THIS week's deluge may have put the rain into Rainford High Technology College but you'll be hard pressed to find a set of students more able to brave the elements. Students are masters of map reading and take it from me they...
Little Millie Was Our Son's Lifeline; Family Make Appeal over Stolen Pet
Byline: GEMMA JALEEL A MERSEYSIDE family were left distraught after their autistic son's dog was stolen from their garden. One-year-old pug Millie was taken from a 8ft-high pen at the side of Helen Foster and David Cain's house in Roby, Huyton....
Loc8 Market Appraisal
MORTGAGES and the difficulties in obtaining them has been a topic getting a lot of news coverage lately. The difficult economic climate is making it harder for many to either get on the property ladder or move house. With this in mind, Maghull-based...
Mariners Still Sailing Ahead of the Rest; SCOTLAND ROAD
THE Scotland Road Junior Football League featured some excellent matches and solo performances over its packed weekend programme. In the under-14s division, Belvedere FC extinguished Flames 8-1 while Jay Mc were too strong for Real Brook winning...
Moore Looks to Up Standards
Byline: Neil Jones PAUL MOORE has vowed to improve AFC Liverpool''s disciplinary record, admitting there were issues which need addressing. Hehas, however, voiced his concerns at the standard of officiating in the North West Counties league,...
Moore Vows to Up Standards
Byline: Neil Jones PAUL MOORE has vowed to improve AFC Liverpool''s disciplinary record, admitting there were issues which need addressing. He has, however, voiced his concerns at the standard of officiating in the North West Counties league,...
Mossley Hill's Sights Are Firmly Fixed on Retaining Their Crown; S LIVERPOOL
THE under-16s division of the South Liverpool Junior League looks to be the one to follow this season with a number of excellent squads competing against each other. Last year's champions Mossley Hill are three from three and top of the league on...
NO FRIGHT AT GOOLE; FOOTBALL Cables off the Mark with First Win Powell Delighted with Prescot
Byline: Neil Jones neil.jones@liverpool.com DAVE POWELL was delighted after Prescot Cables finally recorded their first league win of the season, at the seventh attempt. A first-half strike from Mario Bonetta, his first for the club, gave Cables...
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Not Westwood Scared by Past 'Ghosts' or Cup Challenge
Byline: MARK GARROD in Chicago LEE WESTWOOD has just about seen and heard it all in his Ryder Cup career - including a man dressed as a ghost leaping out in front of him and shouting "Boo" right in his face. That was the last time he played the...
Open Day at Fire Station Proves a Hit; BOOTLE/NETHERTON 800 Visit New Facilities at Community Event
HUNDREDS of people took a tour of the new Bootle & Netherton Community Fire Station. More than 800 turned out to a Community Open Day at the station on Buckley Hill Lane, which was recently re-built as part of a major redevelopment project....
PLEASE DON'T FORGET TONY; Mum Speaks out on Son's Anniversary
Byline: KATE FORRESTER THE mum of a sailor killed in a one-punch attack today told how sick vandals repeatedly targeted her son's grave. Pat Cavanagh spoke out in the run up to the seventh anniversary of son Anthony's death. The 22-year-old...
Preview; STEVE GRIBBIN - VIVA GRIBBOSTANIA! Eric's, Mathew Street
Byline: Catherine Jones THE first time Steve Gribbin set foot inside Eric's it was as a teenager going to see the legendary Joy Division. "That was the one and only time I went," he reveals. "I have fantastic memories of the place." Now Steve...
Quite a Brother and Sister Act; CRICKET
AIGBURTH siblings, Nathan Wyman and his little sister Tilly, who were picked to play cricket for Lancashire this season, have also been selected at representative level in other sports. Nathan a 14-year-old student from Blue Coat School, appeared...
Rafa on the Comeback Trail ... Eventually; Tennis
RAFAEL NADAL is hoping to return from his knee injury having banished any doubts about his long-term tennis future - but the world number three admits his lay-off may include next year's Australian Open. The Spaniard has missed the last three months...
Record-Breaking Ace Matty on Right Track; Teenager Has Great Season
Byline: TIM JOHNSON MATTY SHIRLING'S sensational record-breaking summer on the running track has finally come to an end. Some may be forgiven for assuming the season of the 16-year-old brilliant middle distance runner had peaked in early July....
SCRAMBLER MAN CAUSED DEATH CRASH; Biker Admits Killing City Dad-of-Two
Byline: GARY STEWART A MOTORCYCLIST admitted causing the death of a dad-of-two when he crashed into him on a scrambler bike. Patrick Bennett appeared for the first time at Liverpool Crown Court and had not been expected to enter any plea. ...
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Simple Vaccination Will Protect Girls from Cervical Cancer throughout Life
WITH the start of the new school term, 12 and 13-year-old girls in school year 8 across Merseyside will be offered HPV vaccinations. The HPV vaccine protects against the most common high-risk types of human papilloma virus, which cause about 70%...
SISTERS IN THE MOOD FOR ONE LAST SHOW; the Nolans Go on Road for Final Time
Byline: CATHERINE JONES Arts Editor SINGING sisters The Nolans are going back on the road for one last time. The original UK girl band will appear at the ECHO Arena as part of their farewell tour In The Mood For DancingOne Last Time next spring....
Smith Sets Anfield Record Straight
Byline: NEIL JONES FORMER Manchester United striker Alan Smith has set the record straight regarding claims that Liverpool supporters had attacked an ambulance taking him to hospital following a game at Anfield in 2006. Smith suffered a broken...
Style Tribes United by Love of Music; in the Second Part of Our Series Looking Back at the City's Defining Clubs, Jade Wright Looks at the Alternative Scene
Byline: Jade Wright IVERPOOL'S vibrant music and Lfashion sense combined in the alternative club nights of the 1980s. For teenagers, dressing up, going out asnd belonging to one of the many "style tribes" gave young people a sense of purpose...
Sutton Kersh New Season
SUTTON Kersh, one of Liverpool's leading independent estate agencies, is gearing up for a busy autumn period, traditionally one of the most popular times of the year for vendors to put their house on the market. Following a summer of unforgettable...
Terry Goes Face to Face Alongside Ferdinand; Chelsea Captain Is in Attendance as QPR Man Gives Evidence against Him
Byline: MARTYN ZIEGLER JOHN TERRY came face to face with Anton Ferdinand yesterday at the start of the Chelsea captain's disciplinary hearing over allegations he racially abused the QPR defender. Ferdinand gave his testimony to the independent...
The Band of Brothers; Three Carry on Family Tradition
Byline: ELEANOR BARLOW THREE Liverpool brothers were reunited in Afghanistan. Sergeant Pete Donohue, 35, and brothers Corporal Jamie Donohue, 26 and Sergeant Ian Donohue, 29, from Hunt's Cross are all serving in the Helmand Province. The siblings...
THE'BARMY' BBOOFFFFIINN''SSBBAACCKK ... NOW HE'S ADVISING THE GOVERNMENT; Think Tank Called for the Leaving of Liverpool
Byline: ROB MERRICK with Lib Dems in Brighton A "BARMY boffin" who called for people from "failed" Liverpool to be moved to the south has been picked to advise a Cabinet minister - triggering a furious row. David Cameron branded Tim Leunig "barmy"...
The Sorry State of Affairs When Private Goes Public
Byline: Dawn COLLINSON Sassy. Sexy. Sophisticated. She knows loads of words beginning with 'S.' SORRY, contrary to popular belief, is apparently not the hardest word after all. In fact, it seems, it is easy and increasingly worthy of a public...
THREE WEEKS OF RAIN FALLS IN JUST 10 HOURS; Hero Pulls Motorists from Water
Byline: TOM DUFFY & LINDA FOO GUEST POLICE rescued nursery children trapped by rising flood water as Merseyside endured a day of torrential rain. Around 10 tots became stranded as flood water surrounded the Jack and Jill Nursery in Brimstage,...
THREE WEEKS OF RAIN FALLS IN JUST 10 HOURS; Hero Pulls Motorists from Water
Byline: TOM DUFFY & LINDA FOO GUEST TORRENTIAL rain and wide spread flooding continued to cause havoc around the region today . Ten people were rescued on inflatable rafts by firefighters after flooding near their homes in St Helens. Merseyside...
Tonight's TV
Byline: with Jade Wright LEAVING your teenage years behind can be daunting enough - heading into your 20s brings with it a certain sense of responsibility after all. Imagine on top of all that possessing the as-yet inexplicable talent of being...
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Universal Themes for Art Show; Leisure
AFTER the massive success of his 'New Liverpool' themed spring/ summer art show with dot-art for the unofficial launch of Liverpool Art Month, acclaimed city artist Matt Ford returns this month with his third knock-out art exhibition in the past 12-months....
Universal Themes for Show
AFTER the massive success of his 'New Liverpool' themed spring/ summer art show with dot-art for the unofficial launch of Liverpool Art Month, acclaimed city artist Matt Ford returns this month with his third knock-out art exhibition in the past 12-months....
Verona: The City for Lovers; Joe Thomas Is Swept Up in the Sights and Sounds of Verona's Fair City
Byline: Joe Thomas TERRACOTTA rooftops crumble onto a maze of alleys and narrow cafe-lined streets. History casts its shadow on locals and tourists as emblems of power and political allegiance adorn the homes of the old elites. Gorgeous locals...
Warnock Warns against a 'Pummelling' from Blues; WARNOCK WARNING ON BLUES 'FAVOURITES'
Byline: GREG O'KEEFFE Everton Reporter EVERTON will not be lulled into a false sense of security at Elland Road tonight despite Leeds United boss Neil Warnock claiming his side will struggle against them in the Capital One Cup. The colourful...
Welcome to the World of a Millionaire! A EuroMillions Mega Jackpot Win of PS80 Million Would Propel a UK Winner into the Luxury Life of the Jetset. with a Huge Fortune in Your Bank You Could Splash out on a Life of Big Houses, Fast Cars and First-Class Flights!
EuroMillions draws take place every Tuesday and Friday - Euromillions is making more UK millionaires than ever before. This year alone an amazing eight EuroMillions jackpots have been won on these shores. The biggest was Adrian and Gillian Bayford...
Wembley Bidding for Euro Final; Football
THE Football Association have put forward Wembley to UEFA as the venue for the Euro 2020 final. UEFA president Michel Platini is considering a change to the format of the tournament so that it would be played in cities across Europe rather than...
Westwood Not Scared by Past 'Ghosts' or Cup Challenge
Byline: MARK GARROD in Chicago LEE WESTWOOD has just about seen and heard it all in his Ryder Cup career - including a man dressed as a ghost leaping out in front of him and shouting "Boo" right in his face. That was the last time he played the...
White on Cloud Nine in Victory; A Treble Hat-Trick for Harry SPRINGFIELD
THE Springfield Junior Football League once again played host to some super matches across all the age groups as several youngsters produced eye-catching displays. In the under-12s division, Maghull Whites overpowered luckless Westmoor. Alex Moffitt...
Who Said Caravans Can't Be Cool? Jane Haase and Family Road Test the Rolls Royce of Trailers
Byline: Jane Haase IF you think caravanning can't be cool then you have never stayed in an Airstream. These sleek, silver bullets are the Rolls Royce of trailers. They are a thing of beauty to behold with their gleaming aluminium exterior and smooth...
WILD ABOUT SCHOOL; Jungle Area Inspires City Pupils' Senses
Byline: BEN TURNER Education Reporter PUPILS of a city school are set to have a wild time - after it opened its own jungle. Home to the exciting new outdoor feature is Royal School for the Blind in Wavertree. Some of the children on roll are...
Wizard Idea for Alder Hey; WEST DERBY Actor Raises Funds
HARRY POTTER and Doctor Who actor Spencer Wilding used his 40th birthday to raise money for Alder Hey Children's Kidney Fund. The kick-boxing champ, whose credits also include The Green Lantern, Hell Boy and Ghost Rider 2, donated PS2,500 to the...