A campaign starts to reduce the amount of chewing gum litter on our streets.
Exclusive offers on energy are still available for people who join Merseyside’s collective switch.
People who drop litter on Liverpool’s streets now face a greater chance of paying the penalty.
Liverpool City Council and Everton Football Club today announce their intention to progress a transformational regeneration opportunity for North Liverpool, based at Walton Hall Park
Changes to the bin collection service for 20,000 properties are to start shortly.
Liverpool is to get a new park following work to open up a culverted section of the River Alt.
Exclusive energy deals which will help householders have a low tarrif have been agreed for the Merseyside Collective Switching scheme.
Six projects to cut waste or increase reuse and recycling are to receive a total of £180,000 from a community fund.
The deadline to join the energy saving scheme to cut household energy bills is approaching.
A garage owner has been convicted of flytipping.