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Two state-of-the-art care homes are set to shut down just nine months after opening, leaving 83 dementia residents facing eviction during a pandemic. Millvina House in Everton and Brushwood in Speke opened at a cost of £15m in October 2019,

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In the gloomiest days of full government lockdown, the closure of churches left many dedicated mass goers without a house of God to attend for the first time ever.

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A parcel of land sitting off Vauxhall Road and Eldon Street, owned by Liverpool’s Archdiocese, has sparked a major debate, following news of the demolition of the disused Our Lady’s of Reconciliation Presbytery on the site and the subsequent selling

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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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After two weeks of protests, Scottie Press can exclusively confirm St John’s Markets will reopen tomorrow to coincide with its 813th birthday. Traders are said to be “thrilled and excited” to be returning to work after the market closed back

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Protests to save St John’s Markets have entered a second week. Although the council have promised to reopen the market, traders are demanding more transparency and consultation from Liverpool City Council.

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Traders from St John’s Market are waging a war against Liverpool City Council after being left in the dark over when — and if — it will reopen. The market closed in March due to the coronavirus outbreak and has

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THE Phoenix Pub on Foley Street was once the beating heart of the community – proudly boasting the biggest bar in Liverpool. Sadly, it lay derelict for nearly 20 years – until a pair of young entrepreneurs from Bootle reopened

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A zip wire connecting St John’s Beacon to the roof of Liverpool’s historic Central Library has divided the city — and Kirkdale’s own councillors — since it won council backing in June. The attraction will be the UK’s first urban

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