Smokers in Liverpool are being urged to take a deep breath and make the decision to give up for good on national No Smoking Day.
CHILDREN’S care chiefs with Liverpool City Council have joined a national call to action to halt an impending crisis in funding for children’s services after it was revealed that the city is one of the worst-hit areas in the country for budget cuts.
A landlord has been hit with an £11,000 fine for housing a family of four in an unlicensed property which was in such poor condition it had to be shut down.
An ambitious plan to drive up activity rates for young people in Liverpool has been launched.
The number of people sleeping rough on the streets of Liverpool has fallen by more than half over the past year.
The owner of a takeaway in Liverpool has been fined nearly £3,500 after pleading guilty to eight food and hygiene breaches.
Schools in Liverpool are to get more than half a million pounds to spend on improving physical and mental health – funded by the sugar tax.
A huge traffic monitoring exercise is to be carried out next month as part of the development of Liverpool’s city-wide air quality plan.
Jayne Rodgers is on a mission…
And that mission is to get more people in Liverpool geared up to the tandem benefits of two-wheeled transport and the city’s great open spaces.
Thousands of families in Liverpool are to benefit from a new internationally renowned approach to tackling child welfare concerns.