Households who took part in the Merseyside Collective Switch saved a total of more than £400,000 on their energy bills.
Amey employees have come up with an innovative way to support a local charity – by turning trash into cash.
The winners have been announced in the Liverpool parks photo competition.
Liverpool’s pay-as-you-drive car club has celebrated a highly successful first year.
Plans to transform Everton Park into a major visitor destination will be discussed at a meeting this week.
Liverpool City Council is set to introduce a licensing scheme for the city’s 50,000 private rented properties – in a bid to drive up the quality of housing in the sector
Six young people have been recruited to help promote energy efficiency in the city.
The Merseyside Collective switch energy deals offer has been extended to 29 September.
The Planning Committee has granted permission for Liverpool Football Club’s proposed stadium expansion plans, subject to conditions and legal agreement
A campaign starts to reduce the amount of chewing gum litter on our streets.