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Edition No. 137

Date:- 31  January 2004

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Student Gas Tour is more than 'Hot Air'!
 
 
LEADING Liverpool-based gas and electrical appliance manufacturer, Robinson Willey, has for the second year running provided practical training support for a total of 70 students studying a 32-week NVQ Level 2 in Gas Installation at Southport College.

In a day-long session at the company's head office and manufacturing site in Old Swan, Liverpool, the students received instruction and advice on fault diagnosis and the servicing of RW appliances, enjoying a tour of the factory. 

Doug Bains, RW's Service Manager responsible for leading the training days, said:- "We are delighted to have forged a training partnership with Southport College. Having manufactured gas appliances for over 40 years, we are proud to share our company philosophy and servicing and production techniques with a new generation of gas installers."

Over the years, the RW name has also become synonymous with gas fire safety and the company is responsible for pioneering a variety of safety initiatives. At its Old Swan site, RW employs a 188 strong workforce.
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Sandstormers

THE Sandstormers next Saturday game is at home to Eccles and Salford K.O. 2:00pm on 31 January at the Waterloo Road ground in Southport.

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Happy Birthday to Eve Lion-Taylor.  With lots of love from Eric.

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Missing - Alicia Quirk

MERSEYSIDE Police are concerned for the welfare of Alicia Quirk aged 13.  She has been missing from Fleetwood Road in Southport since Sunday 25th January.    Alicia is described as white with a plump build. She has brown eyes and long brown hair tied in a ponytail. When she was last seen she was wearing a black tracksuit and white trainers.

Police would urge Alicia to contact them on 0151 777 3442 or her family to ensure that she is safe. 

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HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY

FAME Heat 2!

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'Pocket' fireworks to be banned 

NEW START FOR TRANSPENNINE EXPRESS

TACKLING ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

SWITCHED ON THIS WEEK what's on the UK TV and Satellite stations...

13 YEARS FOR NORTH WEST COCAINE PAIR

SBC Film Showing Times.

TUC statement on dispute at SERCO Metrolink Manchester
BACK TO BUSINESS
Channel 4's LOCATION... LOCATION... LOCATION... Wants to help house hunters in Southport
Scottish Opera returns to Liverpool with two stunning productions
Local school one of 14 finalists across the UK
Jobs on the horizon at Merseyside firm
Safer Schools Partnership Goes to Downing Street
Arriva to 'Approach' Public Consultation
Feeling Safe? Liverpool Better Than Southport... Manchester at Bottom.
SOUTHPORT PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
MANPOWER DRIVING WINS NATIONAL CONTRACT
Restaurateurs rise to the Capital of Culture Culinary Challenge
(JUST LIKE) STARTING OVER…
Army offers unique management training opportunity in the North West
All at the Carling Academy
Letters to Editor:- Drink Driving
STAY SAFE IN THE WINTER WEATHER, URGE RAC PATROLS
JOB ADVERT:- TEMPORARY MANAGERS ASSISTANT (Southport
DO YOU WANT A JOB?
Strikes Hit Civil Service Where It Hurts 
Missing - Michael Rose
Litherland Church Event
Adam Bomb to Tour UK
Merseyrail's Electrifying History
A match to celebrate as Everton supporter nets Lotto windfall
1,000 Muslims celebrate Eid in Sefton Park
BG SPIRIT SKIPPER AND CREW FINALISED FOR GLOBAL CHALLENGE
BRITAIN TO CELEBRATE AUSTRALIA DAY THE TIM TAM WAY
Council funding up
Mersey Waterfront project to light up the River
TWO MORE STARS JOIN POPS LINE-UP
Kids show red card to Litter
Funeral Notice
KNOCKOUT SALES IN FIRST WEEK AT LITTLEDALE 5 IN KIRKBY
MERSEY REPORTER WILL HAVE A NEW SERVICE OPENING SOON......     KEEP AN EYE ON THIS SITE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
All Old Woodworking Tools Wanted.
Workshops cleared. £100 minimum paid for NORRIS planes. Old model or pond yachts wanted. Best Prices Paid. 
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