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Liverpool charity trains homeless people in unique city coffee shop

Liverpool charity Papercup Project is now set to open a new coffee shop that will train rough sleepers. Estimates from the Office for National Statistics suggest 29 homeless deaths were registered in Liverpool last year. Many homeless people will be staying with family or friends, or...

Call for accessible public toilets in Liverpool’s Princes Park

Community activists are pushing the council for the construction of public toilets in Princes Park, Toxteth. As a result of lockdown last year, local councils closed the vast majority of public loos in the hope of limiting the spread of...
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Job losses in Liverpool as Sony cuts workforce by 900

The Sony Group Corporation has revealed that 900 jobs will be cut across the company, including in Liverpool. The redundancies are due to a plunge in share price over recent months - Sony's PlayStation division accounts for eight percent of...
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Bootleg Beatles and Philharmonic Orchestra to celebrate Beatles anniversary

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the nation's premier Beatles tribute group  will join forces for a special concert to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Fab Four's Blue Album. The Bootleg Beatles and the Philharmonic previously teamed up to...
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Police appeal for information after reports of anti-social behaviour in Wavertree

Merseyside Police are appealing for information following reports of anti-social behaviour and criminal damage in Wavertree. Police were called in the early morning hours of Saturday, October 2, with reports that vehicles had been damaged on Langdale Road by a...
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Merseyside remains worst in UK for dog bites

Merseyside has recorded the highest rate of patient admission to hospitals for dog attacks in the UK, a study has shown. Local authorities across Merseyside have seen 32.2 admissions per 100,000 people on average per year.
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MerseyNewsLive 11am Radio Bulletin February 27 2024

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‘Pandemic parents’ supported by Mossley Hill coffee shop

'Pandemic parents' who gave birth during lockdown can now attend support groups at Little Peacock coffee shop in Mossley Hill. Between April and June 2020, the strictest lockdown period, 153,464 babies were born in England and Wales. However, until now, new...

Woman arrested after car crashes into Everton primary school

A woman has been arrested following a car crash at Beacon Primary School in Everton this morning. Reports were received at around 8:30 this morning from Heyworth Street, where a white Mercedes had crashed into the side of the school...