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Liverpool buildings nominated for prestigious national awards

Liverpool buildings including The Old Library, Waterloo Warehouse and the India Buildings have been shortlisted for a national award. The RICS awards have shortlisted 12 buildings in the North-West, of which five are in Liverpool, making it the only city...
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Liverpool school pupils form all-female coding club

The visit of a award-winning technology expert has inspired Liverpool School students to form an all-female computer coding club. Pupils from The Academy of St Francis of Assisi were visited by Lady Mariéme Jamme. She encouraged the pupils to follow careers...

Festival to stage 12 new shows at Liverpool’s Bombed Out Church

The Little LFT festival will be staging twelve new shows to entertain audiences over the course of six days at St Luke’s Bombed Out Church. The Little LTF is a similar event to the main Liverpool Theatre Festival. It was...

Liverpool’s first slavery history plaque installed on William Brown Street

The first of ten plaques explaining Liverpool streets' ties to the transatlantic slave trade has been unveiled on William Brown Street. The 'Eric Scott Lynch Slavery Histories' plaques are named in honour of Eric Lynch, a local activist and historian...

MP claims Government is failing to match local solidarity for Ukraine

A Liverpool MP has said that the Government is not matching the local public's solidarity for Ukraine. There has been an inspiring response from local people in support of Ukrainian refugees, amid the Ukraine crisis. Early last month we saw Merseyside...

Bus services in the North-West have declined by over a third in the last...

The number of available bus services in the North-West has declined by 38% over the last 10 years. A 10% larger decline than elsewhere in England. The largest drop occurred during the pandemic when more than half of the decline...

Two sides of abortion debate clash in Liverpool protest

Anti-abortion and prochoice campaigners came face to face in Liverpool at a protest that led to scuffles among the groups.

Liverpool Airport praised amid COVID chaos in Manchester and London

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is being praised by holiday-goers whilst airports in London and Manchester remain in chaos following multiple flight cancellations and delays due to staff shortages. Both EasyJet and British Airways have been forced to cancel flights this...

Sefton Park group says Britain needs to do more to tackle litter

The deputy chair of the ‘Friends of Sefton Park’ group has expressed her disappointment with littering in the park and believes more education on the impact of littering is needed. 'Friends of Sefton Park' is a volunteer group that was...

North West among regions where living costs have increased the most

More than three quarters of residents in the North West have said their cost of living has increased, according to a recent survey. The Office of National Statistics (ONS) have collected data from across Great Britain about the increase in...