Plans for a permanent memorial to Nelson Mandela in a Liverpool park have been given a significant boost on the fourth anniversary of his death.
A search is set to get underway for an operator to run Lifestyles Everton Park Sports Centre, with the aim of securing a sustainable future for the site.
Green fingered children in Liverpool have marked National Tree Week by launching a massive tree planting programme in the city’s major parks.
Liverpool’s Church Street and Williamson Square are now home to two huge, twinkly-lit Christmas trees, bringing festive cheer to shoppers, visitors and businesses alike.
A Winter Craft Fair with a Christmas theme was the final event of the year at the Friday Morning Community Café, St David’s Church in Childwall on December 1.
A rise in hackney fares in Liverpool will be introduced next week – but an additional hike in the cost of journeys in the early hours of Sunday morning has been dropped.
NEW homes easily adaptable for changing needs have been showcased by the Liverpool Housing Partnership to national accessible housing champions.
Local ward councillors have welcomed investment in a local road that provides easier and alternative access to Liverpool Shopping Park and prevents congestion on Edge Lane
Final plans are being put in place for Liverpool to stage an ambitious and forward looking culture programme to mark the tenth anniversary of its reign as European Capital of Culture.
A commemorative paving stone is to be unveiled in Liverpool in memory of 2nd Lt Stanley Henry Parry Boughey who was awarded the Victoria Cross during World War One whilst serving with the Royal Scots Fusiliers, 1/4th Battalion.