A planning application has been submitted which would see a popular Liverpool family attraction relocate to a new base inside Calderstones Park.
The owner of a food store has been fined more than £11,000 after pleading guilty to nine food safety breaches.
A brand new course is on offer for anyone who wants to uncover their family tree and learn more about the history of Liverpool.
Education watchdog Ofsted has rated Liverpool City Council’s Adult Learning Service as ‘good’ in a new inspection
Registration is now open for the Collective Switch scheme which has so far saved consumers on Merseyside more than £1 million in energy costs.
Liverpool is to get its first fully owned fleet of refuse vehicles in a bid to help the city reach its refuse and recycling targets.
Norris Green Park was transformed into a winter wonderland recently with an Elf Dash and Liverpool’s only pop-up open air Grotto!
Hundreds of local families are set to have a better festive season as a result of Liverpool City Council’s Charity Gift Appeal.
Getting more active could be the best resolution you ever make this January
Liverpool’s Mayoral leads reflect on the last 12 months and look ahead to 2017