The popular male deodorant and toiletries brand - Lynx - faces a ban for it's "inappropriate" adverts. Over 100 complaints have been logged with the Advertising Standards Watchdog who have ruled that 5 of the internet ads "were likely to cause serious or widespread offence." The ad for Lynx shower gel was deemed "sexually suggestive." The ads were featured on sites such as Yahoo, Spotify and Hotmail.
You may find this laughable or perhaps you agree ? Boys and girls may have a different view...
This year, the campaign for Road Safety Week (21st-28th November) is Too Young to Die. It highlights the stark fact that a significant majority of road deaths are preventable and that road crashes are sudden, violent events that rip apart families by ending lives too soon and causing life-changing injuries, leading to terrible suffering.
Many of those affected are young - road crashes are the biggest killer of young people - and these casualties send shock waves through families and...
Fantastic new Junior Invigor8 ...making it fun and cool for teens to be fit and healthy! For just £14.75 per month - and no joining fee - you will get all of this and more...
FREE access to all junior classes at Invigor8 Centres
FREE public swimming (all pools excluding Europa's Fun Pool)
FREE Outdoor tennis at the Tennis Centre and The Oval
FREE Indoor Tennis at the Tennis Centre
FREE equipment hire
FREE parking (for your parents for 2hrs at Europa Pools)
Here's just a taste of what's...
Have fun, be safe, behave is the message for the bonfire weekend as everyone is being urged to make Bonfire Night safe this year by attending an organised firework display instead of holding their own.
This year, FREE displays have been organised on Saturday 5th November at a number of venues across the borough and so you are strongly encouraged to attend these events.
Agencies including Wirral Council, Merseyside Police and Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service are working together with...
Young people show what can be achieved with hard work and enthusiasm - to achieve the foundations of a brand new community garden in a disused piece of land next to Birkenhead Park.
The 12 youngsters, all part of Wirral Metropolitan College's Prince's Trust programme, worked for three weeks on the project to transform the former playing field, which is close to the edge of the park, into the Edward Kemp Community Garden.
The Edward Kemp Community Garden, named after Birkenhead Park's first-...
If you are a budding photographer, maybe studying the subject or just enjoy taking snaps..you may be interested in seeing the winning Wildlife photographs from a recent prestigious international award here - the images are stunning.
The Chris Salmon Poetry Extravaganza 2012 has just been launched by Wirral Libraries.
This popular poetry competition, which began in 2010, is run in memory of Chris Salmon, a student at Calday Grammar School who loved poetry and who sadly passed away in 2009, age 15.
Last years competition was an outstanding success with more than 600 entries received – all of a very high standard.
The theme this year is "2012 - This Special Year".... Why will 2012 be special to you? What will make it...
Are you interested in enhancing your CV ? Are you prepared to put yourself forward as a volunteer ?
Wirral Trading Standards are looking for 15-16 year old volunteers to assist with test purchasing operations targeting premises selling alcohol, tobacco, fireworks, and other age-restricted products to underage children - and the holidays, evenings and weekends are an ideal time to do this.
This will be an really rewarding opportunity to help the Council in combating underage sales - which in...
Do you know someone who is a hero? Do you know someone who is an inspiration to other young people and who deserves some recognition ? Now is your opportunity to let them know by nominating them for the Wirral Youth Heroes 2012 awards. The categories for nominations are:
Great Sporting Achievement
Contribution to the Arts
Overcoming Illness or Disability
Courage and Bravery
The closing date for...
The Annual Youth Voice Conference took place on Tuesday 9th October at Wallasey Town Hall.
More than 100 young people from Wirral secondary schools, special schools, youth outreach services and the Youth Offending Service descended on Wallasey Town Hall on Tuesday to have their say on issues that affect them. There were workshops covering topics such as bullying, health services in schools, the Council's budget and their priorities for their neighbourhood.
At the end of the day there was a...