Liverpool City Council has appointed three contractors to deliver the second year of its Highways Investment Programme (HIP).
Liverpool City Council has won a landmark case in successfully prosecuting a building company for letting a historic Grade II listed building fall into ruins.
Chart-topping put Liverpool on the music map, and we have a wall of discs to prove it. It was a big deal then and it still is now, writes Kevin McManus, Head of UNESCO City of Music (and someone with history of a No1 hit)...
Liverpool City Council welcomes the sentencing of a group of graffiti vandals who caused an estimated £2m of damage to hundreds of properties and the rail network.
The newest addition to the city’s waterfront is fast emerging on our skyline thanks in part to a team off the pitch working their socks off, writes Sam Campbell, Liverpool City Council's Director of Planning and Building Control.
If you asked me to sum up this year’s Bonfire Night, I’ve got one word: Relief, writes Cllr Laura Robertson-Collins, Cabinet member for Neighbourhoods.
Liverpool City Council has launched a public consultation to inform how and where the city invests in new infrastructure that will encourage people to walk and cycle more often.
On the eve of a report into the impact of Liverpool's hosting of Eurovision 2023 Claire McColgan, CBE, Director of Culture Liverpool, ponders on those elements that are beyond measure.
Council Leader, Cllr Liam Robinson, has told the city’s development sector Liverpool is “open for business.” Cllr Robinson told a...
A road has been named in honour of the late disability rights campaigner Sir Bert Massie.
The City of Liverpool is celebrating the news it will be a host city for the UEFA EURO 2028 men’s championships.
ARTS and community organisations will celebrating Black History Month with a programme themed around ‘the power of words through storytelling and shared histories.’