Liverpool has been shortlisted to be the only UK host port for one of the most prestigious sporting events on water.
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.
Liverpool is set to welcome the family of revolutionary leader Nelson Mandela when they arrive in the city next week.
On Thursday 17 January, Jean Luc Courcoult – the man behind the three unforgettable Giant Spectaculars – will receive the highest accolade Liverpool can bestow.
Echo Arena Liverpool is cantering towards the fourth Liverpool International Horse Show which is set to take place from Friday 28 to Monday 31 December.
An organisation which has supported blind and partially sighted people since the 1850s has been awarded the Freedom of Liverpool.
A new location has been revealed for the Liverpool Pride Festival 2018 – which will see the event going back to its historical roots on its ninth annual year.
Organisations across Liverpool are announcing a new positive commitment to exploring the Future World of Work.
Albert Dock Liverpool has been granted the prestigious title Royal in recognition of the pivotal role it continues to play in the city’s fortunes.
Liverpool has welcomed a recommendation that the city maintains its World Heritage Status.