Merseyside


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Merseyside

(ˈmɜːzɪˌsaɪd)
n
(Placename) a metropolitan county of NW England, administered since 1986 by the unitary authorities of Sefton, Liverpool, St Helens, Knowsley, and Wirral. Area: 652 sq km (252 sq miles)

Mer•sey•side

(ˈmɜr ziˌsaɪd)

n.
a metropolitan county in W England. 1,456,800; 250 sq. mi. (648 sq. km).
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A home on one of these Merseyside streets could set you back by more than [pounds sterling]1 million, new statistics have revealed.
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HUNDREDS of years of Merseyside firefighting history is now preserved for the future after work was completed on a new heritage and education centre.
The judge, who used to sit in Liverpool, was one of four people to voluntarily attend a police station on Merseyside this week.
All the girls played for the U16 Merseyside Girls side with Taylor attending Oldershaw School and Tranmere Rovers.
MERSEYSIDE residents can still have their say on the way the area manages its municipal waste for the next 30 years.
David Tapp, the most senior magistrate on Merseyside, was arrested following a joint investigation between police, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Lord Chancellor's Department and the Magistrates' Court Committee.
MERSEYSIDE Police would have to call upon support from Manchester in the event of a major terrorist attack in Liverpool.
TWO top Merseyside business leaders have called on companies to take part in a major charity challenge.
Andy Cooke will be the first Merseyside police chief to march in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) celebratory parade.
ACCOUNTANCY firm-Beever and Struthers has been appointed by the Greater Merseyside Connexions Partnership to provide external audit and corporation tax services.
THE Merseyside School Games Summer Festival 2016 will have a Rio-inspired flavour when the youngsters turn up to participate at Wavertree Sports Park on Friday (9.

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