A new not-for-profit energy company to tackle fuel poverty in Liverpool has launched – and it could save households hundreds of pounds per year.
Liverpool City Council is starting consultation over a proposed above inflation increase in social care fee rates which would see the local authority spending an additional £4.3 million a year.
The percentage of pupils getting their first choice of primary school in Liverpool has increased this year, thanks to an expansion of places in the city.
Work is to get underway this summer on the biggest ever investment in grassroots football in Liverpool worth almost £17 million as part of The FA’s Parklife Programme.
The next generation of computer experts are to be trained in Liverpool’s libraries as part of a new initiative funded by the Arts Council.
A Regional Adoption Agency covering Liverpool, Knowsley, Sefton and Wirral is set to be established.
A new drive to tackle school absence in Liverpool will see businesses asked to help promote good attendance and the reintroduction of truancy patrols.
Merseyside Police and key partners are taking part in a day of action as part of National Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Awareness Day tomorrow, Saturday 17 March.
Plans for a permanent memorial to Nelson Mandela in a Liverpool park are to be boosted by work to improve the lake around its proposed location.
Mayor urges Government to review council’s road repairs budget allocation