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Artists and oral historians, John J. Campbell and Moira Kenny: The Sound Agents, were awarded a £10,000 grant from Awards for All for The Dockers Club: Jobs for Life oral history project. They worked in partnership with Sefton Libraries and

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Scottie Press is teaming up with the Office for National Statistics to deliver the most inclusive Census yet. For the first time ever, the census form will ask questions on people’s sexuality and gender identities — paving the way for

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Wages of Blood is a ten-minute short documentary about Liverpool-based heavyweight boxer, David Price, filmed by Liverpool based company, Shut Out The Light, founded by Christie Allanson and Daniel Draper.

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When Scottie Press’ first issue was published back in early 1971, the Vietnam War was still in full flow, Britain had yet to join the Common Market, and Eastern Europe was dominated by the Soviet Union.

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A feud between Liverpool Council and St John’s Market traders has reignited after a cabinet report revealed rent and service charges could soon be implemented. If the council cabinet vote in favor of proposals, traders will begin to pay fees

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Britain’s longest-running community newspaper is about to reach an incredible milestone. That’s right, Scottie Press is turning 50!

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A memorial bench has been installed at an Everton care home to pay tribute to a grassroots campaigner who had fought with the families to keep the facility open before passing away.   John Foley is a name many people

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A community project is aiming to bring change in Everton Park, including reopening and restoring a hidden nature reserve. Kevin Robinson-Hale, the founder of Everton Together, says the Nature Garden located near Roscommon Street should be brought back to its

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Leading us into the winter period of the exhibition calendar, L— A City Through Its People brings together three distinct archives that share unique approaches and perspectives in telling a story about Liverpool, its people, and the ideals that lend

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