Settling down and hotting up over the next few days.Read the full story ›
Don't get caught out by the breeze. UV sunburn risk is high todayRead the full story ›
Liverpool City Council is paying more than £4m every year for a school that has been closed since 2014.Read the full story ›
Passengers on social media this morning were sharing frustrations as fresh strikes coincided with an emergency timetable on Northern Rail.Read the full story ›
The region's Metro Mayors are urging rail staff to reconsider strike action on Northern Rail services amid ongoing misery for commuters.
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Today sees the second walkout this week in an ongoing dispute over driver-only trains. A further day of action is planned for Saturday, with union members say removing guards from trains is a safety issue.
Steve Rotheram and Andy Burnham want safety concerns to be resolved but say the recent timetable crisis means commuters are suffering enough.
Two fathers from Crosby have set themselves the ultimate challenge to highlight the issue of children being healthy. Steve Turner and Louie Farrell will be running the full length of the Liverpool – Leeds canal over just two days to raise funds for St Nicholas CE Primary School, Blundellsands. The school wants to build its own all-weather running track to encourage its pupils to get outdoors and be active.
Steve and Louie will start their impressive 135 mile run on Thursday 21 st June from St Nicholas CE Primary School. Infantry Regiment, The Rifles of the British Army – where Louie is currently a serving Army Sergeant Major - will join children and staff to send Louie and Steve on their way. Everyone will run the first mile of the challenge around the distance of the school’s field where the track is set to be built. Steve and Louie will head to the Liver Buildings and then the canal path to begin the full distance.
Police say they are "urgently appealing for information" to help trace a missing 44-year-old woman from Liverpool.
Aniko Lakatos is from the Walton area and was last seen in Muriel Street at around 5.30pm on Tuesday 19 June.
Officers say her family are increasingly worried about Aniko and "extensive enquiries" are ongoing to find her.
5ft 4in tall
an olive complexion
last seen wearing a lightweight black jacket with red flowers on, a black top, black trousers and black shoes
known to frequent the Anfield area
The Duke of Cambridge has met the mother of a young man who took his own life as he opened a centre for helping suicidal men.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Cambridge is used to shaking hands, but perhaps none quite like this....
Prince William was greeted with a robotic hand made by a 3D printer during a visit to the International Business Festival at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool.
The Prince also got the chance to have a look around a driverless pod.
His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge is visiting Liverpool today.
As well as attending the International Business Festival, Prince William will officially open James' Place - a new centre for men experiencing suicidal thoughts.