The parents of a man killed after a night out 11 years ago are urging anyone that can help them get justice for their son to come forward.
William Hill own 73 betting shops in the city. Concerns were raised after it was revealed that gamblers lost 41 million pounds last year.
16 year old Emily Brownless from Liverpool who suffered life threatening injuries in a road accident is making a ‘miraculous’ recovery.
An actress from Bootle is returning to Merseyside in a lead role in one of the world's most successful musicals.
Ava Brennan plays 'Nala' in The Lion King. The show has been seen by more than 70 million people worldwide and, soon, it heads to Liverpool.
She has told ITV News how she is looking forward to returning home.
One of the Royal Navy's most sophisticated ships will sail into Liverpool for four days.
HMS Dragon, a new state-of-the-art Type 45 destroyer will remain in the city until Monday. It's not open to the public but during her stay on the Mersey, the ship will host potential Royal Navy recruits as well as sea cadets and college.
"This is a very busy visit to Liverpool for us," said Captain Iain Lower, Commanding Officer of HMS Dragon. "We are delighted to be able to host such a diverse range of groups.
"We hope that those who come on board over the weekend will leave with a better understanding about our exceptional ship, her crew, the modern Royal Navy and the role we play in protecting and promoting the interests of the UK both at home and further afield.
"I know my crew is looking forward to being able to making these visits as informative as possible, each tailored to the needs of those visiting - obviously our young visitors from the Sea Cadets will have different aspirations to our catering student guests, for example.
"While we are unable to open the ship to the public on this occasion, I have no doubt that Liverpool will extend its well-known hospitality to the visiting crew."
HMS Dragon, the fourth of the Type 45 destroyers, joined the Fleet in November 2012.
This summer Liverpool will be the focus of the country's commemoration of the centenary of the First World War.
One is UNDER the city in St George's Hall, a place where the darkness and doom of the conflict will come to life.
Ann O'Connor has been to see a preview.
The Mayor of Liverpool's demanded an apology from Conservative MP Brandon Lewis, who accused the City Council of spending £2m on Beatles memorabilia. Joe Anderson claims the allegation is 'blatantly' untrue and says he wants a personal apology in Parliament.
Mayor Anderson said: “Once again, this Government is making scurrilous allegations about me and about the city of Liverpool which are blatantly untrue. This is appalling behaviour."
Bosses from one of Britain's biggest bookies will head to Liverpool to discuss problem gambling. William Hill own 73 of the 167 betting shops in the city.
Authorities raised concerns after it was revealed gamblers lost £41 million pounds there last year and want tighter control over the industry.
One of the main concerns are fixed odds betting terminals or FOBT's dubbed ‘the crack cocaine of gambling’ because players can feed up to £100 a minute into them. There are claims that poorer areas and vulnerable people are targeted. William Hill refute the claims.
A letter from William Hill head office to Liverpool councillors stated:
'We are writing following recent concerns raised over betting shops and Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs) in Liverpool. We have 13 000 employees across the UK and we have been a part of the UK high street for the last 50 years.
'Gambling is far more accepted as a leisure activity than it was 50 years ago. Whether on the lottery or the Grand National, on Britain's Got Talent or on the name of the Duchess of Cambridge's baby, the majority of us like to gamble.
In fact, over 70% of the British adult population takes part in some form of gambling.
'In light of recent concerns around betting shops on the high street William Hill's Chief Executive Ralph Topping, head of the UK's largest bookmaker, has this week said that he recognises that people have concerns and recognises the need to listen to local communities.
A team of medics from the conflict hit Gaza strip are in Liverpool being trained by some of the country's top surgeons.
The Liverpool International Transplant Initiative aims to train medics so that one day the region will have its own transplant unit. Rachel Townsend reports.
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