The owners of a Thai restaurant in Liverpool have been fined more than £32,500 after pleading guilty to two food safety breaches.
Road users in Liverpool aged over 60 are being invited to book a place at a free event on Thursday 12 October.
A landlord who rented out unlicensed properties in Liverpool and breached an Emergency Prohibition Order has been fined.
A takeaway in Kirkdale has been shut down by environmental health officials following concerns raised by local residents and ward councillors about vermin and the condition of the building.
More than 3,300 households living in fuel poverty in Liverpool have benefited from a partnership between energy giant Scottish Power and Mayor Joe Anderson’s Hope Fund.
A van suspected of being involved in flytipping has been seized in Fazakerley.
The Met Office have issued an amber warning of wind overnight this evening – read our advice on staying safe
Liverpool City Council has crushed a van seized which is suspected of being involved in flytipping.
People who refused to pay £80 fines for dropping litter in Liverpool have been found guilty in court and face being hit in the pocket with a bill almost FOUR times the cost of the fixed penalty notice.
In light of the cancellation of the Hope and Glory Festival, the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) website has clear guidance on your rights as a consumer in these circumstances.