Mayor of Liverpool Joanne Anderson has welcomed the conviction of Thomas Cashman for the murder of schoolgirl Olivia Pratt-Korbel.
A comprehensive programme of work is under way to address racial issues in Liverpool’s education system.
Schools in Liverpool are to share anti-racist knowledge and best practice through a dedicated network, in a ground-breaking new partnership between Liverpool City Council and Leeds Beckett University.
A blueprint to slash carbon emissions from waste – spearheaded by Mayor Joanne Anderson – is being endorsed by local authorities across Liverpool City Region.
This Girl Can, Sport England’s award-winning campaign to help women get active, has turned its attention to tackling the exercise...
A consultation is under way aimed at gaining a wider understanding of how safe women and girls they feel in the areas they live, work and socialise.
Over the past fifteen years, a defining feature of Liverpool’s economic growth has been its investment in its leisure and...
Mayor Joanne Anderson writes about the small steps she has taken to reduce waste, and urges residents to play their part too.
A radical new approach to tackling violence against woman and young girls is to be launched by Liverpool’s first female Mayor.