Liverpool City Council has the ‘provision and expertise in place’ to deal with the wind-down of the temporary homelessness shelter at … More
Liverpool is gearing up for its biggest ever Chinese New Year celebrations to welcome the Year of the Dog.
The Feis, the Irish music festival, from the founder of the world famous Fleadh, is coming to Liverpool this summer. Featuring some of the biggest names in Irish music, both contemporary and traditional, The Feis Liverpool will be the biggest celebration of Irish culture the city has seen.
Liverpool’s historic Wellington Rooms is to undergo urgent works in order to arrest the decay of the 202-year-old building.
Around 60 University of Liverpool undergraduates have been recruited to work with secondary school pupils in the city to drive up attainment in maths and science.
A multi-million pound scheme is to begin this week that will see almost two thousand Liverpool streets fitted with new LED lights.
Liverpool’s new fruit, vegetable and flower market in Gillmoss has been officially opened by Liverpool’s Lord Mayor.
Liverpool’s long-awaited Terracotta Warriors exhibition will open on Friday 9 February, welcomed by a city in celebration mode, poised to mark Chinese New Year like never before.
Liverpool City Council has taken back control of looking after the city’s highways, ending its contract with Amey, by mutual agreement.
Work has begun to reveal one of the hidden jewels of the historic Leeds & Liverpool Canal for the first time in 170 years.