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Wirral

(ˈwɪrəl)
n
1. (Placename) the Wirral a peninsula in NW England between the estuaries of the Rivers Mersey and Dee
2. (Placename) a unitary authority in NW England, in Merseyside. Pop: 313 800 (2003 est). Area: 158 sq km (61 sq miles)
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PLANS for hundreds more homes at Wirral Waters have been revealed.
Prior Information Notice without call for competition for Wirral ways to work programme.
Division 1: Deeside 222, Chester Tri 425, Wirral 428, Buckley 542, Wallasey 625, Eryri 1,444, Tattenhall 1,527.
WIRRAL winning the tourist game' (December 23) is great news for Wirral.
SeeBeyond (Nasdaq:SBYN), the leading global provider of eBI (eBusiness Integration) solutions, today announced that Wirral Hospital NHS Trust selected SeeBeyond's award-winning e*Gate(TM) Integrator and e*Index(TM) Global Identifier to deliver a community-wide Master Patient Index (MPI), enabling a consistent, secure and comprehensive view of a patient across the local area.
A HUGE PS90m plan to build 500 new apartments in Birkenhead's docklands has been backed by Wirral councillors.
The women's race was won by Sarah Kearney of Wirral, with her club-mate Sophie Hunt second - a reversal of their positions from the first race in Caernarfon.
Wirral Council said the project, a joint venture with landowners Peel Holdings, would kickstart residen tial development at Wirral Waters - a PS4.
Teams, Men Division 1: Wallasey 397, Wirral 416, Deeside 531, Chester Tri 543, Eryri 641, Buckley 690, Tattenhall 1,334.
THIS year will see the launch of the latest bid to make Wirral a key tourist attraction in the North-west.
WIRRAL Radio has shocked listen ers by announcing live on air that it was shutting down almost immed iately due to "financial pressures".
A STRING of high-profile tourism events in Wirral boosted Merseyside's economy by more than pounds 3m this year.