Government minister Lord Bourne has been lobbied by Councillors over the need for increased funding to tackle domestic abuse in Merseyside.
Liverpool City Council is to spend an additional £1 million tackling homelessness over the next two years.
Schools are to help fund an early intervention programme for families in difficulty in Liverpool.
Liverpool City Council is waiving charges for child burial and cremations.
Young people leaving care in Liverpool are set to be granted an exemption from paying Council Tax.
Liverpool City Council has today moved to reassure parents and families that use Kensington Children’s Centre that its future is not under threat.
Woollen boobs are appearing all over Liverpool city centre to promote breast feeding.
Liverpool City Council is starting consultation over a proposed above inflation increase in social care fee rates which would see the local authority spending an additional £4.3 million a year.
A health awareness day in Croxteth organised by the Alt Valley Community Health Ambassador Team was a huge success.
A Regional Adoption Agency covering Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral is set to be established.