Liverpool City Council is undertaking a review of street trading along Sefton Park’s perimeter roads.
ARTS and community organisations will celebrating Black History Month with a programme themed around ‘the power of words through storytelling and shared histories.’
An underused concrete amphitheatre has been transformed into Liverpool’s first purpose-built children's learn-to-ride facility.
Liverpool City Council is set to implement a new Neighbourhood Model to fundamentally transform the way it delivers frontline services for the people of the city.
Twenty organisations have been given thousands of pounds in funding to help crackdown on serious and organised crime in parts of Liverpool and Knowsley.
A comprehensive programme of work is under way to address racial issues in Liverpool’s education system.
A share of £165,000 is up for grabs to help community groups make the Liverpool City Region a cleaner and greener place.
This Girl Can, Sport England’s award-winning campaign to help women get active, has turned its attention to tackling the exercise...
This week is Children’s Mental Health Week (6 – 12 February) and this year’s theme is all about connecting. Advanced...
Liverpool has a rich tradition of housing co-operatives, and a new strategy is about to revive the spirit of that approach, writes Cllr Sarah Doyle, Cabinet Member for Development and Housing.