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LIVERPOOL City Council’s planners have approved plans for the leisure-led second phase of Liverpool Shopping Park on Edge Lane, which is expected to create...

CROWDS joined in singing and dancing as Liverpool’s biggest ever open-air ukulele jam saw more than a hundred musicians burst into a rousing rendition...

ART & ENTERTAINMENT

By Nigel SmithWHEN Torben Betts’ comedy was first presented as “Monogamy” it received a somewhat mixed reception. In preparing it for a second tour...

By Andy GreenCURVE and Rose Theatre Kingston’s production of Cat in the Hat by Dr Seuss arrived at the Playhouse last night – slightly...

COMMUNITY & SCHOOLS

A DISABILITY charity in Liverpool can now make full use of its outdoor sports facility after securing funding to install new floodlights. Everton-based Daisy Inclusive...

ST.JOSEPH’S Hospice is on the lookout for daredevil Everton fans to join them in a zip wire challenge they will never forget.The hospice has...

COLUMNISTS

In 1930 the Liverpool and Manchester Locomotive "Lion" was at the Liverpool and Manchester Railway Centenary Celebrations held in Wavertree. 'Lion' drew a specially...

By Bob EdwardsSir Kenneth Arthur Dodd OBE (8 November 1927 – 11 March 2018)KEN Dodd has been described as "the last great music hall...

GALLERIES

FROM 4-7 October 2018 Royal Deluxe brought their much-loved giants to Liverpool for the third and final time. More than a million people turned...

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