Eleven private hire taxi drivers have appeared in court charged with a variety of offences following a crackdown in Liverpool.
A free event aimed at senior road users aged over 60 is being held on Thursday 16th March.
An unlicensed landlord in Liverpool has been fined almost £10,000 by a District Judge
Call for new Domestic Violence laws welcomed
Fly-tipping duo who dumped tonnes of illegal waste yards from a children’s dance studio have been jailed.
Liverpool City Council has taken the decision to suspend outdoor environmental services during the present high winds and adverse weather.
Over 50 people attended Merseyside Unite Against Fascism’s Holocaust Memorial Day Commemoration.
A bar which sold alcohol to underage customers has had its licence to sell drinks suspended for three months.
All taxi drivers in Liverpool are to undergo training to help them identify when children are being sexually exploited.
Some of Liverpool’s most iconic buildings will glow orange tomorrow, in support of a U.N. campaign to break down the wall of silence surrounding domestic violence.