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Photographer focuses on lockdown experience of older generation

A North West photographer has shed light on the loneliness and social isolation of those who lived alone during lockdown. Vilija Skubute, form Lithuania, currently based in Greater Manchester, created the photography project ‘Alone’ which looks deeper into the isolation...

City’s moment of reflection as poppies fill the sky

Around 2,000 military personal, veterans and their families came together on Sunday for the Remembrance Day service at Liverpool’s Anglican cathedral. This was not the event's usual location of St George's Hall, due to the Lime Street development works taking...

Wirral Council urges residents to stay safe this winter

Wirral City Council has issued advice on staying safe this winter as darker evenings and harsher weather arrive. Research has found links to higher rates of motor accidents in winter months due to poor weather causing bad driving conditions.  Wirral City...

Epstein Theatre returns to spread the Christmas cheer

Liverpool's Epstein Theatre is reopening its doors to visitors next month and to mark their return are hosting a range of festive shows for fans to enjoy over the Christmas period. The theatre over on Hanover Street has been undertaking...

Whitechapel Centre launches Christmas appeal to help Liverpool’s homeless

The Whitechapel Centre has launched its annual Christmas appeal to help homeless people in Liverpool.

Women take centre stage at The Matriarch Market

Female entrepreneurs are being featured in Liverpool’s new Matriarch Market. The event, taking place in November, is focused on empowering women and female-run businesses in venues across the city. Not Your Babe, the company running the market are aiming to inspire...

Wirral waterfront receives £19.6m budget boost

The government has awarded Wirral Council £19.6m to aid the regeneration of Birkenhead's waterfront. The plan aims to convert Woodside ferry terminal into a more popular attraction for locals and tourists.

Landmarks are lighting up purple for the first North West sexual violence awareness week

Landmarks across the North West are lighting up purple for the first North West Sexual Violence awareness week.

Historic Wirral docks building awarded listed status

A Victorian building at Birkenhead docks has been given a Grade II Listing. The Dock Gateman's Hut is believed to have been built around 1866 and currently stands on the grounds of the Wirral Waters redevelopment scheme. The scheme aims to...