Plying for hire penalised

A LIVERPOOL private hire driver who picked up passengers illegally has been ordered to pay more than £1,000 in fines and court costs.


Schools say NO to knives

Schools in Liverpool are beginning the school year with a series of special assemblies focusing on knife crime, the dangers of … More


Help and Hope in Liverpool on World Homeless Day

THOUSANDS of people in Liverpool are prevented from becoming homeless each year. 
And the vast majority of people helped out of crisis never spend one night sleeping rough on the streets.


Fixing a hole…

THERE’S just no getting round it, potholes are a big issue.

They are a menace to motorists and have the potential to hold every one up as they go about their daily business.

It’s a fact that many of Liverpool’s roads are in a poor condition and when it comes to putting it right, Liverpool City Council’s in the driving seat.


Cabbie fined for unfair fares

A CAB driver who charged football fans over the odds for a trip back from the match has been hit with a penalty by the courts.


Sticking with safety

Safety conscious licensing officers with Liverpool City Council have introduced a new tool in the continuing challenge to make the public aware of the pitfalls of plying for hire.