A new £7 million food hub to house Liverpool’s fruit, vegetable and flower market is set to be built in Gillmoss.
More groups have been awarded grants aimed at making neighbourhood environmental improvements.
The latest community clean-up has taken place in a Tuebrook neighbourhood.
A run-down area of Liverpool’s docklands could be Britain’s next great creative hot spot.
A report looking at the future of the city’s green spaces is recommending a trust be set up to safeguard them.
The Mersyside Collective Switch has saved local people more than £1m through switching to a cheaper energy tariff.
A new service to encourage people in Liverpool to stop smoking has been launched.
Weekly parkruns for children are taking place at Stanley Park.
Merseyside’s Recycling Centres are set to switch to their shorter winter opening hours.
Free weekly activities for people to socialise with friends, family and neighbours are being organised in Stanley Park.