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Dry and fine evening with some broken cloud. A cooler evening but another fine day tomorrow with good spells of sunshine.
A video of a Merseyside paramedic singing Puccini's Nessun Dorma has gone viral.Copyright: Facebook
North West Ambulance Service worker Lewis Quinn was filmed singing the aria, made famous by Pavarotti, during his break.
The video has now been viewed online over 50,000 times.
- The chair of Angela Eagle's constituency party says she's "disappointed" complaints by the Wallasey MP have been upheld
- Eight anti-fracking campaigners have gone on trial charged in connection with a protest at a test drilling site in Upton, Cheshire
- An Ellesmere Port man is starting a two-year jail sentence after being caught by a group which targets paedophiles online
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St Helens sign hooker Tommy Lee on a two-year contract from fellow Super League side Salford Red Devils.
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Eight anti-fracking campaigners have gone on trial charged in connection with a protest at a test drilling site in Cheshire.Copyright: Getty Images
Authorities moved to clear protesters from the site in Upton, near Chester, in January.
Several people were arrested and later charged with a variety of offences, including obstructing police and enforcement officers.
All defendants deny the charges. A ninth defendant has had her trial postponed amid health problems.
The trial, at Chester Magistrates Court, is expected to last a week.
In February, energy company IGas said it had "decided not to progress" plans for commercial drilling at the site.
Some of Merseyside's sporting stars will be inducted into the National Football Museum's Hall of Fame today.Copyright: Getty Images
Neville Southall, who made nearly 750 appearances for Everton, is being added to the list - alongside former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson.
Former Everton ladies players Rachel Unitt and Rachel Brown are also being recognised for their contribution to the game.
A bus driver whose vehicle hit and killed a mum-of-three in Southport has been cleared of any wrongdoing over her death.Copyright: Merseyside Police
Labour's governing body has upheld complaints by MP Angela Eagle that she and her staff were subjected to homophobic abuse and intimidation by local party activists.Copyright: Getty Images
The MP for Wallasey, who mounted a leadership challenge to Jeremy Corbyn, said a brick had been thrown through her constituency office window.
Ms Eagle said she was pleased that the National Executive Committee (NEC) had supported her claims.
Those responsible could face expulsion.
People in Hoole, Chester are celebrating after being shortlisted in the third annual Great British High Street Awards.
Dry and fine afternoon with plenty of sunny spells. Lighter winds with highs of 14C.
Councillors in West Lancashire will vote later on whether retailers should be asked to stop selling The Sun newspaper.Copyright: PA
Three Merseyside authorities have already officially supported the idea; Liverpool and Wirral councils and Merseytravel - which wants retailers to stop selling the paper at stations across the region.
The newspaper has been widely boycotted in Merseyside because of its accusations following the Hillsborough disaster.
A hairdresser described how he foiled a robbery by three thugs armed with meat cleavers by throwing a kettle of boiling water towards them.
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The wreck of a German U-boat that sank almost 100 years ago is discovered by engineers laying subsea power cables between Ayrshire and Wirral.
Liverpool MP Steve Rotheram is calling on the government to hand over powers relating to the region's schools to the metro mayor.Copyright: BBC
A Regional Schools Commissioner currently oversees the system, but reports back to the Education Secretary in Westminster.
Mr Rotheram, who will stand as Labour's candidate in the mayoral election next year, says the commissioner should be made answerable to the person chosen to represent the Liverpool City Region.
- Labour's governing body has upheld complaints by the Wallasey MP Angela Eagle that she and her staff were subjected to homophobic abuse and intimidation by local party activists
- A Cheshire man has been jailed for two years for sexual grooming - after driving from Ellesmere Port to Newcastle to meet what he thought was a 13 year old girl
- Liverpool MP Steve Rotheram is calling on the government to hand powers over the region's schools to the metro mayor
A new report is calling for a drastic improvement in lung cancer care to drive up survival rates.Copyright: Thinkstock
The UK Lung Cancer Coalition - which includes the Liverpool-based Roy Castle Foundation - says figures for the UK are lagging behind other countries.
The report found that just 16% of patients who are diagnosed with lung cancer in England are alive five years after diagnosis.
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Labour's governing body has upheld complaints by the Wallasey MP Angela Eagle that she and her staff were subjected to homophobic abuse and intimidation by local party activists.Copyright: BBC
Staff at Angela Eagle's Constituency party office complained about abusive calls and threats following her decision to stand against Jeremy Corbyn.
And a window at her constituency office building in Wallasey was smashed in July.
A meeting last night of Labour's National Executive Committee (NEC) -attended by party leader Jeremy Corbyn - upheld the contents of the investigation report.
.Angela Eagle said: “It is now clear and accepted by the NEC that homophobic abuse was perpetrated by some members of the local Party; I will simply not tolerate it, and I know I have the backing of both Jeremy and union leaders when I say that there is no place for it in the Labour movement either.
She added: "I am grateful that Jeremy Corbyn took the unusual step of both attending and speaking in the meeting and that he expressed sincere sympathy for both me and for my staff".
The Wallasey Constituency Party remains suspended until January.
Plans to "repopulate" Warrington town centre will come to fruition despite the current "lack of demand" for retail and office space, according to council bosses.
A Cheshire man confronted by internet paedophile hunters "fought like a pitbull" and tried to smash his phone to destroy evidence.Copyright: Google
Richard Hewitt drove from Ellesmere Port to Newcastle after arranging to meet what he thought was a 13-year-old girl.
The 40-year-old had used an online teen chat room and sent messages asking for sex.
He admitted attempting to meet a child following sexual grooming and was jailed for two years.