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<b>Tues, May 12:</b> The city news of the moment in so many words

Published on May 12th 2009.


A HUMAN skull will be the first of three sets of remains returned to the Australian nation by National Museums Liverpool this year.

It will be handed over to representatives of the Ngarrindjeri indigenous people in a traditional ceremony held at World Museum Liverpool tomorrow.

A THIRD Merseyside case of pig flu was confirmed last night.

The man, who has recently returned from Mexico, is being treated at his home in Wirral.He has not needed hospital treatment.

A family member is also being given anti-viral drugs as a precaution.

It follows the diagnosis of a husband and wife in Sefton just over a week ago.

A MAN who admitted shooting dead a father of 11 has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Yemeni shopkeeper Abdo Saeed Al-Selwi, 53, was shot in the chest at his Huyton newsagent shop in May last year.

Ronald Higgins, 38, of Knotty Ash, suffered from a "major mental illness" and had planned to become a serial killer, Liverpool Crown Court heard.

YOUNG British bands are being offered the chance to pursue their musical dreams in new rehearsal spaces opened by the government.

The first has been unveiled in Knotty Ash Youth Centre yesterday.

Others will follow in Bristol, Norfolk, Hastings, St Austell in Cornwall and Washington in Tyne and Wear.

Culture Secretary Andy Burnham said they were located in deprived areas that had few other youth facilities.

The scheme is being co-ordinated by former Undertones singer Feargal Sharkey, who is now head of music industry body UK Music.

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HeaditorMay 12th 2009.

Correction to news item 1. Have you got the right story? Should this read as follows. A complete numbskull and the remains of his dicredited party will hopefully not be returned to power by the Liverpool Electorate next year. Power will be handed over in a traditional ceremony for which the Chief has managed to grab himself an additional 24k a year to oversee the return.

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