Young people in Liverpool praised by education bosses
Education chiefs in Liverpool have applauded young people across Liverpool today as GCSE students receive their results – with A-level students receiving their results on Tuesday.
Crackdown on domestic abuse in Merseyside following Home Office bid
Merseyside's Police Commissioner has secured more than half a million pounds to tackle domestic abuse and protect families.
Police Commissioner welcomes independent report into police response to domestic abuse
Merseyside’s Police Commissioner has today welcomed an independent report into the police service’s proactive response to preventing domestic abuse and protecting victims during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Liverpool’s Stanley Street Quarter Rebranded “Pride Quarter”
New era for the city’s LGBT+ quarter and ‘Pride Quarter Indoor Festival’ to celebrate what would have been Pride in Liverpool on Saturday 31st July.
LCR Pride Foundation Launches 2021/22 Theme “From Now On”
The new annual theme highlights the challenges still faced by the LGBT+ community and calls for individuals, businesses and organisations to do their part to enact change “From Now On”.
Merseyside PCC thanks Chief Constable for service
Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner Jane Kennedy has released an open later to Chief Constable Andy Cooke QPM on his final day in post.
Pride in Liverpool cancelled
Pride in Liverpool will not return for a second year running.
Police force cut by a quarter following decade of cuts
Merseyside Police Commissioner has launched a public consultation to see if residents would pay more council tax in order to protect police funding.
Bereaved parents raise over £1000 for Liverpool Women's Hospital after losing their baby boy
A Liverpool couple are hoping to raise awareness around stillbirth following the death of their son.
Meet the NHS doctor running 5k a day in a pair of Speedos
Doctor Howard Stringer is hoping to raise awareness around mental health and suicide.