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Moped rider high on drugs sped towards mum and child on pavement; SUSPENDED PRISON SENTENCE GIVEN TO OFFENDER. Dec 10, 2021 446
CAFE ALCOHOL PLAN LEAVES NASTY TASTE; Strong concerns from neighbours and councillors. Oct 24, 2021 296
overseas students blamed over parking; Middle East-plated cars accused of blocking pavements on street. Oct 24, 2021 542
Developer fails in new homes bid near mosque. Oct 20, 2021 533
New designs see glass extension on old manor; hotel plan at golf club will now include 60 bedrooms and a spa. Oct 18, 2021 441
Strand to reopen fully after major road revamp. Oct 18, 2021 309
Data that shows why city roads need a 'nudge' Firm says designs for crossings make life safer. Oct 17, 2021 308
PS11.8m bill for Town Hall reform; DAMNING REPORT DEMANDED BIG CHANGES. Oct 16, 2021 316
Pub keeps its licence despite drug raid chaos; SUSPECTS STUFFED POWDER DOWN TROUSERS. Oct 15, 2021 351
New homes project set for Knowsley. Oct 12, 2021 206
Street boozing concern over late licence plans. Oct 11, 2021 301
Lime Street left in limbo..who cleans up the mess? Contractor collapse has halted major project in heart of city. Oct 10, 2021 870
Review of roadwork firms after collapse. Oct 7, 2021 342
Anti-vax protests at city schools; COUNCIL CHIEF SAYS STAFF HAVE BEEN FORCED TO CONTACT POLICE. Oct 6, 2021 330
News Fears over 8am licence in booze-plagued area; residents raise concerns due to ongoing street drinking issues. Oct 6, 2021 233
residents say no to gino's 3am bid; New restaurant applies to stay open into early hours. Oct 3, 2021 479
PS675k bill thanks to collapse of contractor; five roadwork schemes left unfinished. Oct 2, 2021 311
City faces 'difficult' PS33m cuts to balance the books. Oct 2, 2021 263
Extra Covid measures for 12 schools as cases rise with start of term; more than 700 pupils and staff test positive across city. Oct 1, 2021 417
Strand set to reopen fully this month; YEAR OF DISRUPTION ALMOST OVER. Oct 1, 2021 353
Alder Hey plans in the spotlight; controversial changes due before planners. Sep 27, 2021 271
City councillors vote to reduce their numbers; move is part of government plan. Sep 23, 2021 309
Residents 'filled with dread' over plans for sports bar; proposals spark backlash. Sep 20, 2021 356
Pub's famous 'pie and a pint' could soon be off the menu; SUPPLY PROBLEMS AND STAFF SHORTAGE LINKED TO COVID AND BREXIT. Sep 14, 2021 509
New PS7m hotel a big boost for Baltic Triangle tourism. Sep 11, 2021 325
Council reforms fall behind schedule due to workload; commissioners accept most targets have been delivered. Sep 8, 2021 440
Noise-row bar let revellers turn up music themselves. Aug 23, 2021 506
New homes on car wash site approved. Aug 18, 2021 269
More places at trio of schools. Aug 14, 2021 311
International cruise liners back in city; MAJOR STEP IN RECOVERY AFTER HALT FOR PANDEMIC. Aug 12, 2021 292
Smoother waters for city's cruise industry; bouncing back after pandemic brought sailings to a halt. Aug 9, 2021 400
Park cleared of seats over rat scourge; PESTS BLAMED ON DRINKERS LITTERING AREA WITH FOOD. Aug 7, 2021 459
Council is owed PS3 in pandemic rent arrears; REPORT SAYS RECOVERY OF DEBTS IS SEVERELY LIMITED. Aug 6, 2021 335
City's festive market to return on new site. Aug 5, 2021 304
Town hall must save PS32.9m to balance books; CITY LEADERS FACE TOUGH DECISIONS IN LATEST SWATHE OF BUDGET CUTS. Aug 3, 2021 380
Action plan to tackle 30 stalled city building sites; 'unacceptable' scars on skyline. Jul 30, 2021 317
Lingering costs of city PFIs; SCHOOLS STILL STRUGGLING. Jul 30, 2021 364
Homelessness pilot 'needs more time' LEADERS CALL FOR EXTENSION TO 'HUMANE' SCHEME. Jul 29, 2021 386
PS3.2m to help city level playing field on racial equality; STAFF TRAINED UP - IN BID TO KNOCK BARRIERS DOWN. Jul 28, 2021 562
Council gets PS700k bill for troubled city theatre. Jul 27, 2021 367
Controversial city roadworks PS13m over budget; 'unforseen' issues blamed. Jul 24, 2021 387
No garden waste collections until August in places. Jul 16, 2021 254
Lib Dem leader under fire over 'racist' remark; COUNCILLOR REFERS TO 'INDIANS ON THE GROUND' DURING DEBATE. Jul 15, 2021 279
Farm keeps licence despite meerkat escape; MISSING ANIMALS PRESUMED DEAD - WHILE OTHERS HAD TO BE PUT DOWN. Jul 15, 2021 400
'We're not just doing this as a short-term fix' Key part of first phase of city centre roadworks completed. Jul 4, 2021 1087
Former pub could become housing if plans win approval; Multiple-occupation project facing opposition from residents. Jul 4, 2021 293
'New chapter' as Bishop of Liverpool set to retire. Jul 3, 2021 362
Almost 7,000 off as Covid cases soar; SCHOOL ISOLATION NUMBERS ROCKET. Jul 2, 2021 355
Nearly 7,000 pupils forced to self-isolate. Jul 1, 2021 251
Neighbours' fears as diner bids to secure alcohol licence; residents claim restaurant has filled their homes with 'noise and bad smells for years'. Jun 30, 2021 409
Jab appeal as Covid rates soar in region; Infections surging again - but vaccines reducing serious illness. Jun 27, 2021 449
Concerns grow over future of One Stop; mp calls for information. Jun 26, 2021 422
'Make space for people and they will spend money' ditching the car can help the high street. Jun 26, 2021 389
Man unwittingly asked undercover cops for 'his weed' OFFICERS PROBING VENUE'S LICENCE BREACHES. Jun 25, 2021 484
On the rebound! City visitors gave early June business boost. Jun 24, 2021 313
Councillors urged to break law in Covid row; lib dem's anger at 'double standards' over meetings. Jun 23, 2021 364
city venue is fined for lockdown 'lock-in' Licensing officers were barred from accessing venue. Jun 20, 2021 300
An even more amazing GRACE; Refurbishment on the cards for Port of Liverpool building. Jun 20, 2021 251
Works to repair new hospital's major defects completed; royal liverpool 'on track for summer 2022 opening'. Jun 17, 2021 423
Neighbour's beer garden plan fears; concerns over noise and disruption. Jun 14, 2021 424
Nine beautiful city buildings waiting for a new lease of life; stunning structures which should be back in use. Jun 14, 2021 987
Vaccine uptake in parts of city are lagging; fears some areas remain vulnerable to the virus. Jun 11, 2021 368
Vaccine uptake in parts of city are lagging; fears some areas remain vulnerable to the virus. Jun 10, 2021 374
New Anfield hotel set to be approved; plans will see two homes close to stadium converted. Jun 9, 2021 301
On your bike for six of the best; so much scenery - and variety - to region's routes. Jun 9, 2021 580
PS34m boost will fund building of 4,000 homes. Jun 8, 2021 270
Neighbours sound off over late-night partying; GROUP PLANS TO USE CAR PARK FOR BOOZING AND MUSIC UNTIL 2AM. Jun 8, 2021 257
Cafe's licence bid to serve alcohol; RESIDENTS ARE OPPOSED TO LATER HOURS. Jun 7, 2021 362
MICE & MOULD IN DISGUSTING CITY FOOD SHOP; Dead rodent found in box of chocolate bars. Jun 6, 2021 439
PS150m to help region recover from pandemic; town centre and ports get boost from fund. Jun 5, 2021 348
Former village dairy could be turned into new homes; PLANS FOR FOUR PROPERTIES IN WOOLTON. Jun 5, 2021 257
FIVE good reasons to get out and about more. May 26, 2021 388
City institution Smiffy's vows to bounce back from lockdown; store has been providing costumes for 17 years. May 26, 2021 490
'We all need to do what we can to help change the world' MAJOR NEW CAMPAIGN IS CALLING FOR A REVOLUTION IN THE WAY WE GET AROUND. May 24, 2021 645
DEAD MICE AND POOR HYGIENE AT RESTAURANT; PS11k in fines and costs after inspection failures. May 23, 2021 604
FATBERG BLASTED! May 23, 2021 366
New pub boss loses lease after cab driver attack; stamped on victim's head after bar fight. May 20, 2021 523
Venues' future in balance at hearings; PUB AND RESTAURANT FACE THE MUSIC AFTER POLICE COMPLAINTS. May 17, 2021 371
Plans to replace ageing fleet of ferries dropped; vow to revamp existing vessels which are more than six decades old. May 15, 2021 341
Significant reforms underway into how council operates. May 15, 2021 410
Merseybeat legend to be immortalised on city waterfront; PLANS FOR STATUE OF MUCH-LOVED GERRY MARSDEN. May 14, 2021 373
Labour keep strong grip on power in city; opposition FAILS TO CAPITALISE ON THE CONTROVERSY AROUND THE AUTHORITY. May 8, 2021 566
Theatre in bid to use empty unit for youth programme; ROYAL COURT'S PLANS FOR VACANT STORE. May 7, 2021 318
New restaurant plans for former store; bid to turn fancy dress shop into new diner. May 7, 2021 279
Council secures PS2m to support outdoor dining; I'll drink to that! Apr 24, 2021 269
'No better time' to hold large events in the city; Health BOSSES REASSURE SAFETY OF VIRUS PILOTS. Apr 23, 2021 425
customers? no, they're all workmen; Police fined men in basement during February lockdown. Apr 18, 2021 601
PS2m for outdoor eating to boost Covid recovery; PROJECT TO BE LONGER-TERM THAN 2020'S. Apr 17, 2021 233
Lime Street bus ban moves one step closer to reality; major redesign set for thumbs-up in the face of critics. Apr 17, 2021 313
Rival leader lays into Labour's 'city of corruption'. Apr 17, 2021 400
Public faces PS150k council probe costs. Apr 14, 2021 367
Candidates hoping to become the next mayor of Liverpool. Apr 10, 2021 349
'World's biggest' Banksy making its way to the Netherlands to be auctioned off; white house rat once graced the corner of berry street A GIANT CRANE WINCHES THE MURAL INTO THE AIR IT IS CAREFULLY SWUNG ONTO A WAITING FLATBED AND STARTS ITS JOURNEY TO THE NETHERLANDS. Apr 9, 2021 407
51 homes approved despite objections. Apr 7, 2021 278
String of bars bid to extend opening hours; councillors to consider application as nightlife nears return. Apr 1, 2021 562
'Yes' to homes in face of protests; green space LOST SAY RESIDENTS AS HOUSING MIX SET FOR APPROVAL, plus upgrades. Mar 31, 2021 402
FILL HER UP! 72,000 cubic metres of sand poured into disused dock. Mar 31, 2021 258
Council confirms range of changes after Caller report; urgent restructure of regeneration department. Mar 30, 2021 361
Residents' views sought on housing plans for Melwood; MORE THAN 200 HOMES LINED UP FOR LFC'S OLD FACILITY. Mar 26, 2021 353

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