Read Acting Mayor, Cllr Wendy Simon's budget speech.
Public health officials are asking private businesses in Liverpool employing more than 50 staff to order Covid-19 test kits for their employees if they are not working from home.
Businesses in Liverpool are being asked to redouble their efforts to help the city’s fight against Covid-19.
Businesses in Liverpool are being invited to take part in a unique Covid testing incentive scheme for residents.
Liverpool's Director of Public Health, Matthew Ashton, has written to local businesses outlining how they can support the city in keeping levels of Covid infection low.
A new masterplan for one of the UK’s creative hot-spots has been endorsed – which could soon lead to Liverpool’s first new train station and public park of the 21st century.
A £10m emergency fund will open tomorrow (Friday, 16 October) in a bid to protect Liverpool's vital hospitality and leisure businesses from the huge economic impact of Covid-19 restrictions.
Builders and plumbers in Liverpool are being urged to register for a new £2 billion government subsidised scheme to make homes...