Liverpool City Council is to pledge to work with the Hillsborough families for justice following the publication of the Independent Panel’s report.
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Moves to develop a world-class exhibition and events facility on Liverpool’s waterfront have taken a significant step forward.
The ‘It’s Not OK’ programme has won the Anthony Walker Foundation education award.
St George’s Hall will play host to two special performances which mark the bicentenary of Charles Dickens.
Residents in Liverpool are being invited to try and balance the books when it comes to deciding the city council’s spending priorities for the coming year.
Liverpool’s Lord Mayor will be taking part in a ‘daring’ fire walk for her charities this week.
The Government’s spending watchdog has given a clean bill of health to the way in which Liverpool City Council spends money.
Merseyside Polonia has decided to return to the very roots of Polish tradition and present Liverpool community with an evening of jazz in the name of the forefathers.
Liverpool’s Young and Junior Lord Mayors will be sworn in at the Town Hall next week.
An apprenticeship scheme run by the North Liverpool Regeneration Company is paying off.