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Pablo Zabaleta feels Liverpool's title tension could help Man City

West Ham defender Pablo Zabaleta suggests Liverpool's title anxiety can help former club Manchester City retain the championship. Source: BBC News Merseyside

National Action accused says group 'was dead'

Andrew Clarke denies membership of National Action, which was proscribed under anti-terror laws in 2016. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Sadness over woman's legionella death at Ludlow hotel

Elaine Brown came into contact with the legionella bacteria during a visit to a Ludlow hotel. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Widnes takeover: Administrators agree deal to save Championship club

Administrators agree a deal with a consortium to take over and save Widnes Vikings, to be formally ratified on Friday. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Sean Cox: Man jailed for Liverpool fan assault

Simone Mastrelli admitted assaulting Sean Cox outside Anfield ahead of a Champions League game. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Cheshire Constabulary consider Whatsapp for non-emergency reports

Cheshire Constabulary may take reports of non-emergency crimes via messaging service Whatsapp in future. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Liverpool Festival Gardens: £10m boost could bring site 'back to life'

A £10m "injection" could help bring Liverpool's Festival Gardens site "back to life", the mayor says. Source: BBC News Merseyside

New Brighton pupil's £445 bill sent to entire school in error

The school asked for the bill to be paid or the pupil would lose their place at after-school club. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Super League: Catalans Dragons v Warrington Wolves

Team news as Catalans host Warrington in Saturday's Super League fixture at Stade Gilbert Brutus (17:00 GMT). Source: BBC News Merseyside

Berger quitting over anti-Semitism Labour's worst day, says Watson

Tom Watson says when MP Luciana Berger left Labour it was the party's "worst day of shame". Source: BBC News Merseyside

Woman passenger dies after Croxteth taxi crash

The woman was travelling in a private hire taxi when the crash happened on Wednesday morning. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Ludlow Legionnaires' death widower 'fell apart'

Elaine Brown, 69, died after a stay at The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Hillsborough trial: Jurors shown Liverpool fans' final movements

Footage of the final movements of fans who died at the Hillsborough disaster is played to jurors. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Shooting range criticised for Shamima Begum target

The family-friendly range in Wallasey provided images of Shamima Begum for target practice. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Golf ball-sized endangered tortoises hatch at Chester Zoo

The critically endangered radiated tortoise can grow to half a metre in length and reach 100 years old. Source: BBC News Merseyside

Michael Molloy death: Mother 'ecstatic' at plan to ban old tyres

Michael Molloy, 18, died in a coach crash when a 19-year-old coach tyre blew out. Source: BBC News Merseyside