More than 500 families in Liverpool affected by the Benefit Cap are to be offered help with their winter fuel bills.
Young people are being asked to design a front cover for a special anthology to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
A landlord has been hit with an £11,000 fine for housing a family of four in an unlicensed property which was in such poor condition it had to be shut down.
Council chiefs in Liverpool have pledged their commitment to making sure that everyone who works for the authority is paid the Real Living Wage.
A major highways scheme which will transform a historic boulevard in the Toxteth area of Liverpool, complete with a cycling first for the city, is set to go ahead.
Liverpool’s Chinese New Year celebrations are well underway as thousands of lanterns line city centre streets, images of the Chinese zodiac animals have appeared on walls and in shop windows and buildings have turned red.
Liverpool is preparing a season of arts and cultural events to celebrate inspirational women.
An ambitious plan to drive up activity rates for young people in Liverpool has been launched.
Liverpool City Council is set to begin consultation on continuing its pioneering Landlord Licensing scheme for another five years.
Work has begun on creating a permanent new car park at Kings Dock to replace the one destroyed in a fire on New Year’s Eve 2017.