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
Eleven private hire taxi drivers have appeared in court charged with a variety of offences following a crackdown in Liverpool.
A free event aimed at senior road users aged over 60 is being held on Thursday 16th March.
Mums who have been trained to help support other mums with breast feeding have graduated in Liverpool.
A unique analysis of the Government’s welfare reforms shows the most vulnerable in Liverpool have been hit by multiple changes and it is costing millions of pounds in crisis payments and support.