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Latest issue of our sister magazine MerseyNewsLive available now

Welcome to this week’s edition of MNL, writes Sub Editor DANIELLE JONES. Raising money for this year’s Children in Need, local girl Olivia Rushton has completed a 30-mile cycle for the Rickshaw challenge in a bid to show her support. As...

How safe do NHS staff feel after taxi blast terror attack?

After last week’s attack on Liverpool Women’s Hospital, Merseyside residents have been in a state of shock. The explosion occurred on November 14, Remembrance Day, at 10.59am. Taxi driver, David Perry, was able to escape the attack with minor injuries...

Honour for Liverpool as city hosts foreign ministers G7 event

Liverpool will host a summit of foreign and development ministers from the G7 countries next month. The city was chosen due to its history as a port with a global outlook, its links around the world, and thriving cultural life. Foreign...

Police appeal to find missing boy, 15

Police have issued an appeal to help find a missing boy in Merseyside. Harry Begg, 15, was last seen at 11:05pm on October 23 and is believed to have been in the Knowsley area. He has been described as a white...

Don’t take antibiotics if you don’t need them, warn experts

People are being told not to take antibiotics unless they really need them as part of this year’s World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW). The annual event aims to prevent the spread of drug-resistant infections by calling on the public to...
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Liverpool fashion brand celebrates 10 years of success

A Liverpool fashion brand which has become an international success is celebrating its tenth anniversary this month. The Wasted Heroes studio creates handmade designs that are worn by familiar faces like Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte and Gorgon City. It was...
Christmas Markets, Radio City Tower

The Christmas markets are back and reviving small businesses

Christmas Markets are the highlight of the festive season for many, and they are now back in Liverpool for the first time in two years. The businesses that trade at the markets and their employees were hit hard by the...
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NHS 111 expands mental health ‘Manbassadors’ team

The NHS 111 service has increased the number of male mental health first aiders to help prevent suicide amongst men. The initiative follows on from World Mental Health day back in October. Known as ‘Manbassadors’, they are employees who have volunteered...

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...