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Fresh drive to up recycling rate

A SERIES of measures to further drive up recycling rates in Liverpool are set to be introduced over the next six months. The city is...

Clean up for Claremont community

Local residents and councillors in a north shore community have been cleaning up their local area. The Claremont community and environment group, which is comprised...

Deeside and Lancashire technology firm backed by Endless Enact fund sold for £32.9m

Enact is delighted to announce that its investment, Excelsior Technologies has been sold to Mondi Group for a total consideration of £32.9 million, on...

Removals of segregation and suspicion are key to Roma integration, say researchers

The results of the largest-ever research project into Europe's Roma minority have been unveiled at a three-day conference at Manchester Museum. The MigRom project -...

Conservation management plan to get the green light

A draft management plan aimed at helping protect the heritage of Padiham conservation area is set to be agreed by councillors. The plan sets out...

Council officers hit the road to promote new services

‘Go paperless and sign up for e-billing’ was the message Burnley Council officers talked about to local residents at an out and about session. The...

On Time to Talk Day Stockport Council say it’s Time to Talk about Mental...

On Time to Talk Day Thursday 2nd February Stockport Council is encouraging Stockport residents to talk about mental health One in four of us will...

Greater Manchester’s ethnic inequality gap must be tackled, say experts

Greater Manchester is lagging behind the national average on Black and minority ethnic (BME) citizens in work, according to experts from The University of...

Share your memories of working at the Winter Gardens

Blackpool Museum Project is looking to speak with people who have worked at the Winter Gardens and Blackpool Tower at an open day on...

Holocaust remembered in Liverpool

LIVERPOOL will mark Holocaust Memorial Day this week with a series of events including an exhibition, wreath laying and a service. The theme for this...

Sign up to council tax e-billing

Residents in Burnley borough are being encouraged to sign up to a new online council tax billing service. Householders who sign up to the new...

Park’s Friends celebrate lottery success

Supporters of a Burnley park are celebrating its success in attracting a lottery cash boost. Burnley Council has secured a grant of £861,000 from the...

Bumper Christmas for Kirkby Town Centre as footfall soars

KIRKBY Town Centre, owned and managed by leading UK regeneration specialist St. Modwen, has recorded a bumper Christmas period. More people visited the Town Centre...

Warrener Street Car Park Site, Sale Moor – Public Consultation Event

Local residents and businesses of Sale Moor are invited to view the summary findings and preferred development option for the Warrener Street Car Park...

Annual Holocaust service in Burnley

Arrangements have now been made for the annual Holocaust memorial service in Burnley. The service will be held at the Peace Garden, Croft Street starting...

New therapy service for young people

At its meeting on Friday 20 January, Liverpool City Council’s Cabinet is being asked to earmark £650,000 for the Therapeutic Service over the next...

Stockport Supports Holocaust Memorial Day

Stockport Council supports Holocaust Memorial Day on Friday 27th January. The theme for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 is ‘How can life go on?’ Libraries in Bramhall,...

Residents deliver their verdict on council services

The results of the latest survey of residents across Burnley have been revealed and provide a snapshot of people’s views on a wide range...

Moss Park needs you!!

Friends of Moss Park are hosting a community planting event on Sunday 15 January at 11am and they need your help. They hope the...

Green Light for New City Centre Car Park

Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee today (Tuesday, 10 January) approved the construction of the 333 space, five floor car park which will transform the...

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