Liverpool City Council has come up with proposals which it believes could prevent the closure of two job centres in Liverpool.
Commonwealth Games fever is coming to Liverpool as the city prepares to host the Queen’s Baton Relay tomorrow (Saturday 19 August).
A level results in Liverpool have shown an improvement, according to provisional figures.
Liverpool’s historic India Buildings is to become a UK Government Hub, with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) occupying the majority of the space. The move will see HMRC become one of the largest employers in the city.
ACC Liverpool has unveiled an outdoor exhibition of more than 100 stunning aerial photographs.
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.
More than 200 folk, roots and acoustic performers will converge on Albert Dock Liverpool over August Bank Holiday weekend for Folk on the Dock – a free, three-day live music festival on the city’s iconic waterfront.
Liverpool BID Company launches the first of a series of support measures to improve safety for its BID businesses, their customers and visitors during evenings.
To mark the tenth year of ADHD Foundation the team – along with Lord Mayor of Liverpool, Councillor Malcolm Kennedy – were pushed to the limit after abseiling down Liverpool Cathedral.
A Europe-wide search has been launched to find an operator to manage Liverpool’s Croxteth Hall and Country Park.