Mega cruise ship, Ryanair stop woman boarding and Walton Lane road works

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Norwegian Getaway cruise liner with five slides moored at the water’s edge

The Norwegian Getaway has docked on the Liverpool waterfront.

The mega ship arrived in Liverpool around 7.30am on Wednesday April 4 after crossing the Atlantic from New York and spending a few days in Nova Scotia, Canada. She has a capacity of nearly 4,000 passengers on 18 decks and embarked on her maiden voyage in February 2014.

Norwegian Getaway features a flame-haired mermaid riding the waves painted on the lower decks. It also features five waterslides, 20 dining options, and Broadway musical productions.

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He will leave Liverpool at 6 p.m. tonight. From Liverpool, it will travel to Cork in Ireland and then to Dorset, before crossing France and then arriving at its last port in Southampton on May 8.

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Ryanair prevents woman from boarding plane to Ibiza over passport issue

A woman has spoken of her ‘nightmare’ experience after being refused travel on a Ryanair flight.

Caroline Smith traveled to Ibiza with husband Dan on April 28 to mark their 10th wedding anniversary as well as her 40th birthday. The couple had already checked in online and were ready for departure from London Stansted Airport.

As Caroline attempted to board the flight, she was told there was a problem with her passport, NottinghamshireLive reports.

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Walton Lane roadworks resume

Another roadworks program has started on Walton Lane.

Liverpool Council have confirmed overnight work will begin on Walton Lane after first starting in February. The program is expected to wrap up by the end of this month with work taking place from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Work began on Walton Lane three months ago when a design review was implemented on County Road following the project’s Christmas break. However, progress was again halted on Walton Lane.

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Clyde P. Johnson