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Action on traveller sites

Following last year's problems caused by traveller sites in Greasby and New Brighton, the Conservative Government has announced a review of the law and powers to deal with unauthorised caravan sites.

Time to scrap the Wirral View

Conservative Councillors in Wirral are stepping up their campaign to scrap Wirral View, and put the money into school crossing patrols instead.

The budget, passed by Labour Councillors on Monday, includes a further £140,000 to be spent on the controversial newspaper.

Clean up costs at Upton Meadow revealed

The costs of clearing up the mess left behind by travellers at Upton Meadow last summer have been revealed - the Woodland Trust spent a record £5,945 removing the rubbish and filth left behind at the popular location.  This was the most expensive clean up by the Trust in 2017.  The figures were p

Wirral View goes 'VIP'

Residents are now being asked to sign for receipt of Wirral Council’s controversial newspaper, ‘Wirral View’, when it is delivered.

Temperatures set to plunge - help that's available

As the Wirral Globe warns of plunging temperatures on the way, Conservatives in Wirral are urging people who may be at risk, or in need of extra help, to be aware of what's available.

Staff absence costing Wirral Council £4.4 million a year

The Chief Executive of Wirral Council has been called to appear before a committee of councillors to explain high rates of staff absence, after a report revealed the authority is losing £4.4 million a year caused by absence and sickness.