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Tate Liverpool presents a major retrospective of the legendary British photographer Sir Don McCullin. Renowned as one of Britain’s greatest living photographers, McCullin has captured images of conflict from around the world including Vietnam, Northern Ireland, Lebanon and Biafra.

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By now, the last reverberations of Liverpool’s live music scene have faded into prolonged silence.

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From sold-out shows in Vauxhalls Docks to broadcasting sets internationally, Upper Echelon events are emerging representatives in Liverpool’s growing techno scene. Scottie Press caught up with Joe Conlan, the founder of UE from Maghull, who says the name represents their

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Sefton Council has launched a new call for ideas to inspire the ‘Build Back Better’ ethos sweeping the country in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic. The council – Liverpool City Region’s Borough of Culture 2020 – sponsored the project,

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FACT opened its first art exhibition today since before lockdown restrictions began earlier this year. And Say the Animal Responded? Brings together the work of six international artists to ask what would animals say if we listened to them, using

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WHEN Scottie Press got tagged in an image on Instagram, it came as a huge surprise to discover that Edition 445 had been transformed — into an item of clothing — complete with headlines such as ‘Milllions Owed to Communities

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TEN Street Cycles is an independent bike shop operating out of MAKE North Dock on Regent Rd, it provides everything from standard repairs to specialist services for cycling aficionados. Run by Walton born Malcolm Lesley, he tells Scottie Press after

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When I was first introduced to Daisy Gill’s powerhouse voice, we were both teenagers attending an end-of-year school mass. She was in year seven and performed a rendition of Sean Kingston’s Beautiful Girls that left everyone speechless. Since then, she’s

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First printed in February 1971, Scottie Press has provided a voice for generations of people living in and around the neighbourhoods of Scotland Road, through engaging grassroots journalism. 48 years later, it continues to campaign for people’s civil rights, injustice

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