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New Ferry update

Earlier today, Conservative Councillors from across Wirral, as well as local volunteers, delivered letters to 3,300 homes in New Ferry and Port Sunlight, following the terrible explosion on 25 March.

Wirral Council admits parking charges are 'guestimate'

Campaigners against plans for parking charges in Wirral’s four country parks last night heard how the figures in the Council’s budget were a ‘guestimate’ amid claims that visitor numbers could drop by 30%.

Costs of latest Town Hall recruitment revealed

Plans by Wirral Council to recruit four senior officers will see £72,000 paid in fees and charges to consultants to carry out the recruitment.

The contract with Penna sees them paid between £12,950 and £13,950 for every post they fill

Good news as unemployment hits 42 year low

THE number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Wirral fell again last month.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics, out today, show the number dropped by 100 to 4,360.

Three weekly bins - survey results kept secret

Wirral’s consultation over three weekly bin collection has produced the ‘best ever’ response to a survey, councillors have been told, but the results are still secret.

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