When you say housing and Liverpool, most people – of a certain age – will think Brookside, Bread or even Boys from the Blackstuff.
With the first case of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 now being confirmed in Liverpool, event organisers are being urged...
A brand new festival is coming to Liverpool which takes a stand against racism. Championed by the Mayor of Liverpool...
Young people in Liverpool most at risk of serious violence or gang exploitation will benefit from targeted support to keep them engaged in education and attending lessons.
Liverpool City Council has concluded the refinancing of £65m of debt, which is projected to save £15.8 million in repayments and shave 26 years off the loan term.
City leaders were put on the spot over climate change at a special event.
If you or a young person you know has e been affected by the distressing death of Ava White –...
Liverpool City Council has set out the next steps to deliver one of the UK’s biggest TV and Film complexes.
Karen Agbabiaka – the Interim Chief Highways Officer – explains why she has taken up this challenging role in Liverpool, away from her home in London.