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.
Free tickets for a memorial service to commemorate the Hillsborough disaster have been reportedly sold for £100 by touts.
Police were called to the grounds of Liverpool cathedral this morning after the body of a man was found.
Emergency services were called by a member of the public just before 7am to St James’ cemetery.
The area has been cordoned off and the scene is being examined.
The man, who is believed to be in his forties, has not been formally identified.
At this time the man's death is not being treated as suspicious and a post mortem will be conducted to establish the cause of death.
*The *Everton star Steven Pienaar is visiting a sports centre in North Liverpool today to find out more about Active Me, a National Lottery Funded initiative delivered by Everton in the Community and Liverpool City Council.
Brendan Rodgers has today been reflecting on his side's 0-3 win at Southampton over the weekend.
They now get a two-week break to sit in second position - just four points behind Chelsea.
Rodgers says it's great for the supporters to dream of league success.
It has hosted Prime Ministers and Hollywood stars and this weekend marks the centenary of the Adelphi Hotel.
Andy Bonner finds out about some of the most unusual guests and staff who've been through the doors of the Liverpool landmark.
Jose Reina's Liverpool career appears to be over after manager Brendan Rodgers suggested the goalkeeper will not be returning to Anfield this summer.
The Spaniard joined Napoli on loan in July after the Reds signed Simon Mignolet from Sunderland but has two years remaining on his contract.
Rodgers, however, does not believe the 31-year-old wants to return, citing an open letter Reina posted on his website last July, shortly after his reunion with former boss Rafael Benitez in Italy was agreed.
"He's already written his letter," Rodgers told several national newspapers.
"He wrote a goodbye letter didn't he? I was surprised a loan player wrote a letter.
"I would suspect that he should come back but obviously Pepe made it very clear when he went to Napoli that he was looking to move.
"He penned a great big letter saying he was going to work with the best manager that he'd worked with and thanked us for his time for Liverpool.
"So for me it probably sounded like he'd made his decision there."
Photo of the Northern lights taken in Blackburn last night by Rob Ditchfield
A regional dish from which Liverpudlians get their nickname is finally on the way to becoming nationally known for the first time.
Until now scouse, a rich potato and beef stew, has remained Liverpool's best kept secret and is hardly known outside of the city.
But now hundreds of events are being held to mark global scouse day, an annual event that aims to keep Liverpool's traditional dish on the table. Liverpudlians from all over the world are taking part.
The recipe was first brought to Liverpool by Scandinavian sailors about 200 years ago and was called Labskause which was later shortened to skause and eventually became locally known as scouse.
The dish became so associated with the city that the term 'Scouse' or 'Scouser' was given to anything coming from Liverpool.