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Edge Lane digger rampage accused denies endangering life

A man who allegedly smashed up a Travelodge hotel with a digger has denied putting anyone's life in danger. John Manley appeared at Liverpool Crown Court this morning in connection with the high-profile incident which made headlines across the UK. The...

 
Tragic teen Daniel Gee-Jamieson did not have a knife confirms judge

Tragic teen Daniel Gee-Jamieson "did not have a knife" confirms judge

A top judge blasted Liverpool's "knife sub-culture" and confirmed Daniel Gee-Jamieson was unarmed when he was stabbed to death. Owen Cousins, 17, was convicted of manslaughter after plunging a knife into Daniel's thigh during a pre-arranged...

 

Brian's emotional reaction after his former home on the street was boarded up

The man dubbed 'Liverpool's friendliest homeless person' reacted emotionally today after the spot he used to call home was boarded up. Brian Philips became a familiar face to city folk during his eight month stint living in an alcove on Old Hall...

 

Weekend washout ahead as Met Office issue Yellow Warning for wind and rain

The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning for high winds over the weekend with heavy rain also expected in the city. Liverpool should remain dry throughout Friday with temperatures remaining just below 10°C. However as midnight approaches the chance...

 
No one is looking for litter louts now Kingdom have been kicked out

No one is looking for litter louts now Kingdom have been kicked out

There will be an "interim period" of no environmental enforcement after controversial litter squad Kingdom was booted out of Wirral . The company's contract, originally set to last until at least 2021, was terminated by mutual consent last...

 
Massive Home Bargains coming to the city centre - and you'll be able to park there

Massive Home Bargains coming to the city centre - and you'll be able to park there

A huge new Home Bargains store is coming to Liverpool city centre - and loads of new are set to be created as a result. The chain has got planning permission for a new shop in the old Toys R' Us shop just north of the city centre - and bargain hunters...

 
This woman's heart-wrenching twitter thread brings home the brutal reality of rough sleeping

This woman's heart-wrenching twitter thread brings home the brutal reality of rough sleeping

A woman's beautiful but heartbreaking twitter thread has brought home the reality of being homeless in Liverpool - and could change some people's perceptions. Emily Rush created a poignant thread after spending a night volunteering with the...

 
Road closure plans could leave residents 'stranded and isolated' for months

Road closure plans could leave residents 'stranded and isolated' for months

Plans to close a major road in one area of Liverpool have been postponed after residents said it could leave hundreds of people "stranded and isolated" for MONTHS. Network Rail has been forced to pause their controversial plans amid backlash...

 
Neither David Duckenfield nor Graham Mackrell called to give evidence as defence cases open and close in Hillsborough trial

Neither David Duckenfield nor Graham Mackrell called to give evidence as defence cases open and close in...

Jurors tasked with deciding the fates of David Duckenfield and Graham Mackrell will not hear directly from either defendant. Lawyers for both men said they would not be calling their clients to give evidence on a day when each defence case started and...

 
Merseyside children 'stranded' on their way to school because buses are too small

Merseyside children 'stranded' on their way to school because buses are too small

Children trying to get to school have been left "stranded" because of smaller buses laid on to serve a key Merseyside route. Local campaigners have expressed "outrage" after Arriva cut the size of buses on many services on its 464...

 
Two-year-old who fell from window named as inquest into his death continues

Two-year-old who fell from window named as inquest into his death continues

A two-year-old boy who fell from a window has been named as an inquest into his death continues. T-Jay Dedman died on November 23, 2018, after falling from an upstairs window of a house in Tuebrook, on November 17. The toddler was taken to hospital...

 
Patients in Merseyside will soon be able to message GPs via online chat

Patients in Merseyside will soon be able to message GPs via online chat

A ground-breaking new internet chat system aimed at reducing excessive GP waiting hours will allow people to get examined for health issues online. Patients across Merseyside will be able to access their GP, including getting advice over symptoms, via...

 

Scousers divided on new city rail station - and some don't believe it will happen

Liverpool shoppers remain divided over new plans to build a high-speed railway station in the city. Transport leaders want to build a new high-speed line into Liverpool to connect with HS2 and the planned Northern Powerhouse. The new line would cut...

 
Shattered Dale Street window lands yards from Chelsea FC Women team

Shattered Dale Street window lands yards from Chelsea FC Women team

Liverpool FC Women's opponents Chelsea had a narrow escape ahead of tonight's match after a shattered window came crashing down in front of them during a Dale Street stroll. Storm Gareth is being blamed for the bizarre morning blow-out from a vacant...

 
Ex-convict facing jail again after being caught settling drug debt

Ex-convict facing jail again after being caught "settling drug debt"

A Liverpool drug dealer travelled 300 miles to Plymouth with nearly a kilo of heroin to settle a drug debt. Leroy Kassim pleaded guilty to possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply in August 2018 after he was caught with 997.15g of heroin,...

 


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