Tuesday, January 18, 2022
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Schools will lead a £3.7m taskforce to tackle youth violence

Liverpool has been chosen as one of the cities to receive targeted funding, which will support young vulnerable people who are at a risk of violence. The aim of the programme is to keep children engaged in education, attending lessons...
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Success as LJMU students experience ‘Disaster Day’

Domestic disturbances, road traffic accidents and building fires were just some of the scenarios LJMU Policing students experienced at 'Disaster Day' in the Emergency Service Training Centre. Second- and third-year students attended the Emergency Service Training Centre based in Birkenhead...
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LJMU appoints new Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive

LJMU has appointed Mark Power as the university's fifth Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive. The Chair of the Board of Governors, Mike Parker, led an extensive process to determine the future leadership of the university. Following a formal Board consultation and interview...
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Bootle commemorates 80 years since The Blitz in a new exhibition

Bootle is remembering the damage of The Blitz 80 years later in an exhibition at the Strand Shopping Centre. Sefton Library Service have used original images to illustrate the comparison to what the area looks like to this day. It will...

Charity encourages children to walk more to combat air pollution

The Living Streets charity has launched the WOW Walk to School challenge to help reduce levels of air pollution. The national campaign is encouraging more children to walk to their schools. The challenge aims to reduce the number of congested roads and the associated levels of pollution. The organisation found that...
Guild of Students

Socialist Students keep up pressure on universities over education fees

Socialist Students have continued to keep up pressure on universities in Britain following their nationwide education fees protests. The group organised campaign stalls and open-air meetings in 26 universities across the country last week. They believe the delays in the return...

Earth Day: four Liverpool groups who are making a difference

As the climate emergency continues to rise, each year's Earth Day becomes increasingly important. This year’s Earth Day, 22 April, focuses on actively repairing the world’s ecosystems.
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Liverpool team aims for land speed records this autumn

Nine Mechanical engineering students from the University of Liverpool 21-23, are attempting to break two International land speed records.
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Neurodiversity Celebration Week 2021 (March 15-22)

Monday (15th) marked the start of the third annual Neurodiversity Celebration Week.
World Book Day 2021

‘Drop Everything and Read’ as Liverpool celebrates World Book Day 2021

Liverpool’s World Book Day celebrations are set to go ahead despite the current National lockdown restrictions. Liverpool Learning Partnership's ‘Drop Everything and Read’ project starts at 10am on Thursday for World Book Day 2021. The project encourages young people across Liverpool...