Public transport will be the subject of an event at a community cafe.
Analysis by Liverpool City Council shows that an additional 710 families will be affected by the Government’s lowering of the Benefit Cap – and there are fears some could lose their homes as a result.
Free weekly activities for people to socialise with friends, family and neighbours are being organised in Stanley Park.
A community shop in which local residents can get goods for free has opened as part of the Leave Liverpool Tidy project.
Feedback from a public conversation about the review of services provided by Liverpool Women’s Hospital, shows the majority of people who took part support the reasons why doctors, nurses and midwives believe services need to change.
Dog owners are being given the opportunity to have their pets microchipped for free.
A Liverpool academy has become the first secondary school in the city to achieve school of sanctuary status.
Pupils at a primary school have produced banners warning motorists not to park outside their school.
New clubhouse, bar and restaurant opens at Allerton Manor Golf Club to complement improvements on course
More than four tonnes of goods are available to local residents for free in a reuse initiative involving students.