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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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Scottie Press joined fans in the celebration of Liverpool FC winning the premier league and lifting the cup at Anfield on Wednesday the 22nd of July 2020. The occasion flooded the streets with supporters whose passion, love and respect for

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Great Homer Street Market, better known as Greatie, reopened today for the first time since lockdown began in March. But due to Covid-19, things were a little different to what some may recall.

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THE campaign to save historic West Waterloo Dock has been given a massive boost – thanks to a damning report from the Information Commissioner. The Commissioner’s Decision Notice concludes a 13-month saga that began with a simple Freedom of Information

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The new Merseyside Police headquarters recently marked the end of its main construction phase, but residents have mixed feelings about the £48m project. Merseyside’s Police Commissioner Jane Kennedy and Chief Constable Andy Cooke signed the last piece of steel before

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Scottie Press joined the Black Lives Matter protest on Saturday the 13th of June that started at Rialto in L8 and saw hundreds of people unite and march through the city to St Georges Hall. The protests featured a series

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AFTER a distressing series of vandal attacks and break-ins at Our Lady of Reconciliation church, on Eldon Street, in 2019, the Grade II listed building has now been fitted with a large set of gates to secure the premises against

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CARE homes have found themselves at the epicentre of the UK’s Covid-19 crisis — and it is something that Eldonian House knows all too well. Tragically, there have been six deaths linked to coronavirus in the Vauxhall Road residential home,

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AT THE beginning of March, Liverpool was on the verge of a storm that would leave more than 1,000 local people dead across the City Region — a number that continues to rise and seems likely do so for the

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