Paul is joint editor of West Kirby Today.
Wirral Council has closed the narrow footpath around the Marine Lake, to help limit the spread of coronavirus.
Community-led regeneration group Hoylake Vision is calling on landlords of business premises to consider giving tenants immediate rent breaks to help deal with the coronavirus crisis.
Leisure centres and libraries across Wirral are closing indefinitely due to coronavirus.
Restaurants and cafes in West Kirby and Hoylake are now offering takeaway and delivery in an attempt to offset the impact of social distancing on their business.
This year’s Wilson Trophy sailing regatta has been cancelled due to fears over the impact of coronavirus.
Plans to knock two detached houses in Meols down to create 27 apartments for look set to be approved, despite a large number of objections from local people.
One of the UK’s leading restaurant design and fit out companies has been chosen to project manage and deliver the interior and kitchen designs for the multi-million pound revival of the former Hoylake town hall.
Plans for a new shop unit in West Kirby have been revised and no longer propose a two-bedroom flat above.
A man and a woman were rescued by the RNLI after getting stuck in the mud off West Kirby.
An avenue of trees in Grange Cemetery in West Kirby has been cut down due to safety fears.