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'The hospital have finished me off' - Mum's chilling final words to daughter before death

'The hospital have finished me off' - Mum's chilling final words to daughter before death

A grieving daughter told of her frail mother’s heartbreaking final words in a harrowing phone call the day she died. Norah O’Hare, 84, whose doctor feared she had pneumonia, died hours after being discharged from Whiston Hospital. The pensioner, from Spe

Liverpool Echo, 10 min. ago

Cuckooing, kidnapping and bagging: The deplorable tactics of the criminal underworld

The jailing of an Anfield-based drugs network earlier this month highlighted some of the most despicable tactics used by crime gangs. The ECHO revealed how the operation - 19 members of which were locked up - exploited young teenagers and vulnerable drug

Liverpool Echo, 10 min. ago

Shocking transformation of heroin addict's face in just TWO years

The difference between these two mugshots taken just two years apart shows the devastating toll of Class A drug abuse. Howard McKay broke into his ex-girlfriend’s house in New Ferry to steal a TV and her teenage son’s piggy bank in July 2015. The bunglin

Liverpool Echo, 10 min. ago

How safe is your Merseyside street? The interactive map that shows drivers the city's crime hotspots

It can be difficult at the best of times trying to find a place to park your car - never mind having to worry about whether or not you have left it in a safe place. But, when it comes to the second problem, this interactive map may be able to help. Co-op

Liverpool Echo, today, 00:21
Operation continues to rescue four from England's highest mountain

Operation continues to rescue four from England's highest mountain

Emergency services and mountain rescuers are working tonight to help four people stuck on England's highest mountain. Police say were called at 6.35pm tonight to reports the four had got into difficulty on Scafell Pike. Members of Wasdale Mountain Rescue

News & Star, yesterday, 22:31

Start saving money for Christmas now with these seven tips

The costs of Christmas can make the festive season a huge struggle for many families. But there might be ways you can start saving money now, or even start building a pot aside to make things easier ahead of the big day. Check what you actually spend The

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 22:12

Everton fan forced to fulfil cheeky tattoo promise after Niasse goals

An Everton fan is under pressure to get the Angry Birds tattoo he promised to have if Oumar Niasse scored a match-winner today. Student Iwan Jones, 19, may now be regretting his cheeky pledge on Twitter, which has gone viral after the substitute’s heroic

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 22:12

Police mock fleeing Audi driver who 'fails miserably' in brief chase

Police mocked an Audi driver who failed “miserably” to speed away after spotting their officers. Merseyside Police’s roads policing unit shared a video of the Audi S3 being chased by one of their vehicles. Officers discovered the Audi was not taxed, repo

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 20:23
How you can bag exclusive freebies at new Chester homeware store when it opens next month

How you can bag exclusive freebies at new Chester homeware store when it opens next month

The first customers through the door of a new homeware shop opening in Chester next month will be rewarded with an exclusive goodie bag. Danish retailer Søstrene Grene will open its second English store in the Grosvenor Shopping Centre on October 20 foll

Chester Chronicle, yesterday, 20:22

Fire stations in Carlisle and Penrith welcome visitors

Visitors have the chance to get a glimpse of what life is like for firefighters and other blue light services on the front line. This weekend children's dreams of climbing up into a fire engine and a whole host besides are coming true in Carlisle and Pen

News & Star, yesterday, 20:15

Food bank warns of Christmas hunger crisis due to changes to benefits rules

A Merseyside food bank is warning of widespread hunger throughout the borough over the Christmas period as changes to benefits rules could leave many families strapped for cash. The Wirral Foodbank, which operates from 15 outlets across the borough, says

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 20:10
Family pet has to be put down after savage attack by 'pit bull'-type dog

Family pet has to be put down after savage attack by 'pit bull'-type dog

A pit bull-type dog savaged a much-loved family pet while it was being taken for a walk, leaving it with horrendous injuries which ultimately proved fatal. The dog, a Jack Russell cross called Marlow, was being taken for a walk at Rice Lane recreation gr

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 19:50

Urswick Brownies come together for 40th anniversary celebration

Urswick Brownies got together for the event at the village's recreation hall, which was filled with nostalgia, marking the special milestone of the girl's group. Present leader and Tawny Owl, Eleanor Dixon helped organise the afternoon tea. She said:...

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 19:13

Barrow man believed to be shipyard's longest serving employee dies aged 93

Henry 'Harry' Charnley, first began working for BAE in 1939 at the age of 14, back when the yard was owned by Vickers The father of three, who was born in Abercorn Street on Barrow Island, then spent the rest of his adult life working for the Barrow ship

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 19:13

Kirkby Moor windfarm row splits Ulverston Town Council

On Monday councillors were split over a proposal to extend the lifespan of the Kirkby Moor wind turbines. Permission for the windfarm to operate expires in 2018 which has prompted an application to run them for another 10 years. Ulverston Town Council, w

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 19:13

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