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Liverpool

Dating back to 1207 this proud city on the banks of the River Mersey was dubbed “the pool of life” by philosopher Carl Jung. Liverpool has a rich maritime history and an impressive architectural heritage – the city’s waterfront, business district and cultural quarter are World Heritage sites. Now a top tourist destination with a vibrant nightlife Liverpool has also been labelled the capital of pop. It is famous worldwide for being the birthplace of The Beatles with more number ones to its name than anywhere else. The other local passion is sport – the city’s two top-tier football teams Liverpool FC and Everton FC have a global following.

Liverpool band The LA's featuring John Power

Jamie Bowman says his fond farewells to The Post

I’m beginning to think I may be cursed. Eighteen months ago I filled this column with an obituary for The Word magazine. Now, history is repeating itself and I’m writing another lament for a beloved employer.

Review: Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire

Ray Quinn(Peter Pan),with Louis Emerick (Captain Hook),watched by Shaun Mason (Smee), Leanne Campbell (Tiger Lily), Emma Stephens(Wendy),and Pete Price (Pirate).
Festive fun in retelling of classic fairytale

The Liverpool Post Arts Awards 2013 - the highlights of the cultural year on Merseyside

Dress rehearsal for English National Ballet's The Nutcracker at the Liverpool Empire. Pic Andrew Teebay
City continues to punch well above its weight in arts offering

Look back at 2008 - Liverpool's Capital of Culture year

Remembering a wonderful year in Liverpool's history

Laura Davis reflects on her time as Liverpool Post Arts Editor

Little Girl Giant
Five glorious years for the Arts in Liverpool

News

Andrea Nixon, executive director of The Tate Liverpool.

Through our history, the Post has been there with us

The region’s leaders on the legacy of The Liverpool Post

We will miss The Liverpool Post when it is gone

Phil Redmond
Culture chief and ex-columnist Phil Redmond says goodbye to The Post

City hospitals move towards seven-day working model

The Royal Liverpool University Hospital
Research has shown that  people admitted to hospital over the weekend generally receive  poorer care
The Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson together with BAC directors Ian and Neill Briggs with their supercar Mono, which is to be produced in Speke

Mono set to rev up Mersey jobs scene

City welcome for new  supercar

Finance chief embroiled in row over £600k pay probe

Dr David McElhinney
Dr David McElhinney came to be paid £600,000 through County Hall accounts

Trade boost hopes from Small Business Saturday

From left, Phil McCabe and Elaine Moore, FSB, with Cllr Nick Small, Liverpool Vision’s Tony O’Neill and Cllr Tim Moore
Event so celebrate small companies due to give traders a festive boost

‘Clients are more engaged in how best to manage wealth’

John Price, executive director of Coutts in Liverpool, says the recession has prompted more people to seek wealth management advice

Liverpool city centre regeneration blueprint for next 15 years unveiled (VIDEO)

Liverpool's world famous waterfront may have a continuous walkway
THE blueprint to drive forward Liverpool city centre over the next 15 years will be launched today.

City centre businesses could see 25% boost after Liverpool Central Station re-opens

Central Station
Neil Hodgson looks at the prospects for businesses when Liverpool Central Station re-opens

Events

Liverpool band The LA's featuring John Power

Jamie Bowman says his fond farewells to The Post

I’m beginning to think I may be cursed. Eighteen months ago I filled this column with an obituary for The Word magazine. Now, history is repeating itself and I’m writing another lament for a beloved employer.

Review: Peter Pan at the Liverpool Empire

Ray Quinn(Peter Pan),with Louis Emerick (Captain Hook),watched by Shaun Mason (Smee), Leanne Campbell (Tiger Lily), Emma Stephens(Wendy),and Pete Price (Pirate).
Festive fun in retelling of classic fairytale

The Liverpool Post Arts Awards 2013 - the highlights of the cultural year on Merseyside

Dress rehearsal for English National Ballet's The Nutcracker at the Liverpool Empire. Pic Andrew Teebay
City continues to punch well above its weight in arts offering

Videos & Photos

The day's news in pictures: Friday March 7

World in Pictures: Friday March 7

Nick Clegg has insisted he will not back down over demands for Lord Rennard to apologise in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
Amid warnings that a legal battle could tear the Liberal Democrats apart, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted his handling of the situation had not been ideal.
But he said he had to demand that the former party chief executive says sorry - even if only for causing "inadvertent" distress to women.

The day's news in pictures: January 22, 2014

Journalists

Ian Doyle
Football Writer
Tony McDonough
Business Writer
Alistair Houghton
Business Writer
Laura Davis
Arts editor
Bill Gleeson
Business Writer
Helen Davies
Business Writer
Ben Turner
Education reporter
Peter Elson
Shipping correspondent
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