Paul is joint editor of West Kirby Today.
A heavy hailstone shower left some roads around West Kirby like an ice rink, with cars abandoned as motorists were unable to complete their journeys.
Plans to ban dogs from playgrounds, multi use games areas and bowling greens are to be considered by councillors.
Controversial plans to build 14 properties on the site of Ashton Court in West Kirby have been resubmitted again.
Fire crews had to be called to free an elderly woman who became stuck in the toilet at Costa Coffee in West Kirby.
2019 is set to be a busy year in our part of the world – here are five things that we expect to be reporting on over the next 12 months, and one we hope we don’t have to.
We’ve rounded up four local places which should have a great atmosphere on New Year’s Eve – and you won’t have to pay to get in.
A West Kirby lifeguard has kickstarted a campaign to make our many beaches both safer and cleaner.
Wirral Council says it is “encouraged” by progress being made on the £190 million Hoylake Golf Resort – despite continued opposition to the scheme.
Hoylake’s Christmas Lights switch-on is the culmination of a year-long effort by local residents and businesses, which has seen the decorations extended into Meols for the first time.
The opening of West Kirby’s newest restaurant is the realisation of a dream for its two owners. West Kirby Today went to meet them…