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Marine engineers are working to save a historic tall ship that sank in Liverpool's Albert Dock this morning.
The Zebu, a former Baltic trader, plunged into the water at 4.30am. Andrew Fletcher reports:
The operators of Liverpool's Albert Dock say they are saddened to see one of the city's famous tall ships beneath the water.
Zebu, a former Baltic trader, sank at 4.30am this morning. Salvage teams hope to raise her as soon as safety checks have been carried out.
Rachel Bampton-Smith is the spokesperson for Albert Dock:
Settling down over the next few days. Cool start to the weekend but many places dry.Read the full story ›
One of Liverpool's historic tall ships sank in the Albert Dock early this morning.
Zebu, a former Baltic trader, went down at 4.30am. Firefighters used thermal imaging to confirm that nobody was on board.
The wooden vessel was built in 1938 and is owned by Mersey Heritage Trust. A spokesperson for Albert Dock said they hope she can raised soon after safety inspections have been carried out.
A giant Liver Bird could create a rival to New York's Statue of Liberty on Liverpool's waterfront, if an architect's dream is fulfilled.
The building, known as 'Homecoming', would stand at 23 storeys or 100m tall. In-built wind turbines and solar panels would meet all its energy needs. Architect David Blackhouse believes it could compare to New York's own giant landmark.
Mainly dry with variable cloud and a lighter breeze. Feeling a little warmer in any sunny breaks. Higher risk of showers towards eveningRead the full story ›
Viva La Casa, a film about one of Liverpool's best loved buildings gets its premiere in the city later The Casa was set up as a bar and social justice centre after the dockers strike in the late nineties. One of its supporters is writer Jimmy McGovern
Showers dying away overnight. Chilly start but mainly dry on Friday.Read the full story ›
High pressure builds into the weekend. There will be variable amounts of cloud, and not especially warm, but a dry few days in storeRead the full story ›