Liverpool City Council has launched ‘Our Liverpool’, a programme to help migrants and refugees settle into their new city and get to know their neighbours.
More than £3.2m of funding has been pledged to support victims of sexual violence over the next five years by Merseyside’s Police Commissioner, working in partnership with NHS and local councils, including Liverpool.
CITY council officers took action against more than 1,700 taxi and private hire drivers last year in a move to enforce licensing laws and ensure public safety.
A week on from the terror attack at Liverpool Women's Hospital, city leaders have written this open letter to the people of Liverpool and Merseyside.
Work is underway to prevent dumping in alleyways by private landlords when thousands of students leave Liverpool at the end of the academic year.
Jill Summers, our Joint Head of Safer and Stronger Communities, writes about the projects in the city that are tackling...