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The birthplace of pop music; dozens of theatres, galleries and museums (second only to London); Premier League football at Liverpool and Everton; famous rugby clubs like St Helens and Widnes; two Open Championship golf courses; a UNESCO World Heritage site; new restaurants and bars; our legendary nightlife; and iconic waterfront.
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Latest Life in Liverpool news
MAJOR MILESTONE REACHED FOR LIVERPOOL HIGH-SPEED RAIL LINK
Liverpool City Region’s campaign for high-speed rail links has reached a major milestone with the publication of a £70 billion plan to transform the North’s transport infrastructure over the next 30 years.
Next stage of Liverpool City Region Bus and Cycling Network Development Given the Go-ahead
Nearly half a million pounds worth of funding to support the development of green bus corridors and the city region’s cycling and walking network has been given the green light by the Combined Authority.
NEW CAREERS HUB TO LINK YOUNG PEOPLE WITH EMPLOYERS
Young people in colleges and schools across the Liverpool city region will be able to access a new Careers Hub designed to link young talent with employers.
Liverpool to host all three formats of England’s history-making Rugby League World Cup in 2021
Liverpool is to play a unique role in England’s history-making Rugby League World Cup in 2021.
MAJOR EVENTS BRING £85M BOOST TO LIVERPOOL CITY REGION
Liverpool City Region’s programme of events to mark ten years since the city was European Capital of Culture, attracted more than 2.2 million visitors to the city and boosted the local economy by a whopping £85m – QUADRUPLING the 2017 figure.
TERRACOTTA WARRIORS GENERATES £78 MILLION FOR LIVERPOOL
National Museums Liverpool’s Terracotta Warriors is the most popular exhibition ever held by the organisation…