A search is underway for three new Trustees to help drive the future success of Liverpool’s world-famous St George’s Hall.
Plans to install 100 electric vehicle charging points across the city are among a series of measures being driven forward to improve air quality in Liverpool
Department store John Lewis has become the latest venue in Liverpool to secure a charter mark for being breast feeding friendly.
Liverpool’s eight One Stop Shops have secured a charter mark demonstrating they are breast feeding friendly.
Concerns over the re-routing of the popular 82 bus service by Arriva and Stagecoach away from Berry Street and Renshaw Street, has led to talks between council and transport officials which it’s hoped will resolve the issue.
Liverpool’s City Historian has been presented with a unique 3D model of the Town Hall at a special retirement presentation.
Taxi licensing officials in Liverpool have issued scores of cautions and defect notices to private hire and hackney drivers over the last month in a bid to improve standards and enforce the law.
A commemorative paving stone is to be unveiled in memory of a Liverpool-born soldier who was awarded the Victoria Cross during World War One whilst serving with the Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Regiment
The contract to maintain Liverpool’s parks and green spaces is to be handed to the council-owned company which operates the refuse, recycling and street cleansing service.
Liverpool’s Annual Civic Service will celebrate the city’s incredible renaissance through regeneration.