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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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The dockland of Vauxhall has come to be home to Portuguese artist, Joana De Oliveira Guerreiro, who talks to Scottie Press about how she ended up landing in the industrial heart of Liverpool. Joana’s family left in Portugal in 1974

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Larry and David are two Antique dealers from Bootle, looking to keep Liverpool’s heritage alive and bring the local community together. A few weeks back, Scottie Press went to meet them at their curiosity shop, The Old Griffin, to see

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Max McDonogh is a self-taught leather maker operating from MAKE North Dock studio space on Regent Rd. His company, Rawhide Custom, handcrafts custom leather products, with his clients ranging from members of the Royal Family to a Playboy modal from

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Scottie Press went along to a training session at The Rotunda to meet club secretary Gerard Starkey. Gerard is an original member of the club and has pretty much taken on all roles in his time. His enthusiasm and dedication

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If you lived around Scotland Road during the construction of the Kingsway tunnel, you would know how it also led to the removal of one of the last remaining communities who resided in Liverpool’s legendary Scotland Road. The years spanning

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The North Dock is attracting creatives in Liverpool and Make, based in Regent Rd, is the reason why. The facility allows people to harness skills, develop projects and come together with other like-minded people.

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