Missing: Ellis Clegg

Please share and help us find missing 16-year-old Ellis Clegg from Wirral. Ellis has been missing from home in Egremont since yesterday evening, Thursday 2 February, and he was last seen around Barnfield Avenue in Runcorn. Extensive enquiries are ongoing to find him. He is 5ft 8in tall, slim build with short brown hair and […]

Appeal for information on RTC involving pedestrian in Garston

We are appealing for information on a road traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle in Garston on Friday 13th January. It was reported that the collision occurred between 6.20pm and 6.40pm at the junction of Russell Road and Shrewsbury Road. The vehicle then drove off from the scene. The pedestrian, a man in his […]

Teenager arrested following cannabis farm recovery in Walton

A teenage boy has been arrested after a cannabis farm was recovered in Walton today, Friday 3 February. At around 1.25am, officers were patrolling the area when they smelt cannabis coming from a house on Redbourn Street, and when they investigated heard fans inside the property. Upon entering the address they discovered around 100 cannabis […]

Cruise celebrate one-in-a-million passenger

Cruise Liverpool has pushed the boat out to celebrate their one millionth passenger. Seeing a cruise ship berthed at Liverpool’s waterfront has been a regular sight in the city for over 15 years. With hundreds of ships choosing to beak their journey or embark passengers in Liverpool in that time, the number of visitors to […]

Landlord fined £30k for HMO breaches

ALiverpool landlord has been fined £30,000 for failing to obtain licences for two properties housing students. Trophy Homes Limited, based on Sandown Lane in L15, has pleaded guilty at Liverpool Magistrates Court to failing to apply for a HMO (Houses of Multiple Occupation) licence for the homes, located on Silvester Street in Vauxhall and Highgate […]

BLOG: Why Eurovision is an opportunity Liverpool is now ready to grasp

Liverpool liver bird aerial shot taken in the sunset (3 shot bracket) Over the past fifteen years, a defining feature of Liverpool’s economic growth has been its investment in its leisure and hospitality sector, which has been a driving force for the regeneration of the whole city, writes Mayor of Liverpool, Joanne Anderson. Liverpool is […]

Public reminded to remain vigilant against burglary during the dark nights

In the last three months, since November 2022, some of Merseyside’s most prolific burglars have been sentenced to a total of more than 114 years behind bars. Detectives from our dedicated burglary team, known as Operation Castle, have welcomed these sentences but they would also like to remind members of the public to remain vigilant […]

Next of kin appeal for Julia Price

Liverpool Coroner’s Office is appealing for help in tracing the next-of-kin of a woman from Toxteth. Julia Price, aged 74, sadly passed away at her home on Huskisson Street in Toxteth, Liverpool on Wednesday 18 January. There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.  Anyone who can help the coroner identify or trace any potential next of kin […]

Council publishes road map for ambitious Active Travel plans

The proposed active travel network. Manchester City Council is to set out a bold and ambitious strategy which seeks to dramatically increase the number of people using Active Travel across Manchester. It is the Council’s view that everybody in Manchester should be able to walk, wheel or cycle as part of their everyday lives – […]

Landlord of vacant property fined for mismanagement  

A landlord has been landed with a bill of almost £2,800 for failing to clear rubbish and maintain his vacant property in Anfield. Alex Howard of Old Farm Road in Crosby was found guilty by Liverpool Magistrates Court in relation to an empty property on Newark Street which has been vacant for a number of […]