England’s eight largest cities outside of London – including Liverpool – will today launch a major national campaign demanding more power over how they spend their money.
Public Health officials in the city are advising people to keep safe in the sun, seek shade to cool down and keep hydrated with plenty of cool fluids, particularly if spending long periods outdoors
Six trainees are being sought for a scheme which is helping to cut residents’ energy bills.
New bins are being introduced in the city so that more litter can be recycled.
The Government has announced that Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has been awarded a total of £230million Growth Fund from 2015/16 to unlock the regions potential as an economic powerhouse.
A delegation from a Russian charity are visiting a Liverpool playground which they helped fund.
Everton Nursery and Family Centre are at the forefront of Liverpool’s cycling revolution.
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is supporting The 20 Effect in raising awareness for the city’s slower speed campaign.
United Utilities are today launching a hard-hitting video interview and support pack for teachers and community groups highlighting the importance of water safety this summer.
A Liverpool park is to have a VIP visitor – as celebrations of the life of the man who designed it begin.