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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
LIVERPOOL TO HOST THE FIRST EVER SHANGHAI FILM WEEK
To coincide with the Liverpool-Shanghai 20th Sister Cities Anniversary Celebration, four new and acclaimed Shanghai produced films are screening in Liverpool this month at Liverpool Hope University and Everyman Cinema.
EVERTON REVEAL VISION FOR NEW WATERFRONT STADIUM
Everton Football Club today revealed the proposed designs for its iconic new stadium which would be built on semi-derelict dockland in North Liverpool and deliver a £1bn boost to the city’s economy.
EUROPE’S LARGEST ARCADE TO OPEN IN LIVERPOOL
Mikhail Hotel & Leisure Group (MHALG) has revealed the next phase of his £7m transformation of the former Cains Brewery in Liverpool – Europe’s largest retro and futuristic arcade.
Liverpool to declare climate emergency at special debate
Staged at Liverpool Town Hall, all 90 councillors will be asked to vote on passing a motion that will require the city council to cut its carbon output to zero by 2030. In a cross party motion, the leaders of all four political parties will also pledge to commit the city council to work with […]
Liverpool Airport secures 5-star rating in global punctuality survey
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) is the only airport in the UK to secure a 5-star rating for flight punctuality in a new global survey.
LIVERPOOL TOURISM FIGURES CONTINUE TO CLIMB
The latest figures show Liverpool City Region’s Visitor Economy is now worth over £4.9bn, last year welcomed 67.3m visitors to the region and supports over 57,000 jobs.
LIVERPOOL PEOPLE CALLED ON TO SHARE MEMORIES OF LITTLEWOODS BUILDING
• History of iconic Littlewoods building to be captured in heritage project by Liverpool John Moore’s University and Metal, in collaboration with CAPITAL&CENTRIC • Invitation to the public to share memories of Littlewoods with launch event on 4th July at Liverpool John Moores University’s Redmond Building • £50m plans by CAPITAL&CENTRIC to transform iconic building […]