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Tributes to Nelson Mandela at Liverpool Town Hall including the Freedom of the City scroll

Mister Brocklebank: "I have a dream" ... oh, that was the other guy

The good squire on the matters of the week

J.B. Treasure & Co. LTD,Technical and Engineering Glass Maufacturers,Vauxhall Road.

300 more student flats for Liverpool city centre

Planners give go-ahead for J B Treasure and Company site

From left, Phil McCabe and Elaine Moore, FSB, with Cllr Nick Small, Liverpool Vision’s Tony O’Neill and Cllr Tim Moore

Trade boost hopes from Small Business Saturday

Event so celebrate small companies due to give traders a festive boost

Christmas shoppers on Bold Street

Christmas shoppers can park for free in Liverpool

Scheme aims to help independent stores around city

Bold Street, Liverpool, is an independent shopping haven

Free parking as Mayor backs Liverpool independent retailers

Charges to be waived on some city streets for Small Business Saturday

The panel debate at the Enterprise Ireland trade event in the Radisson hotel, Liverpool, From left, Frank McKenna, Declan Morrin,Peter Lunt,Chris Brown and Cllr Nick Small

Will Irish eyes smile on Liverpool's technology sector?

Hi-tech firms from Ireland join trade mission to Liverpool

The old Futurist picture house on Lime street, Liverpool

Festival plans to showcase historic Futurist cinema

Futurist Lime Street could become one of the key focal points to city’s International Business Festival next summer

An artist's impression of the new Royal Liverpool hospital

Royal Liverpool Hospital plans go before council planners

£400m scheme at planning committee tomorrow

Liverpool University's Victoria Building

Merseyside student population surges with 2013 intake

More than 600 extra students confirmed at the University of Liverpool in 2013 compared to last year

Nick Small

City start-ups following their dreams

With the number of start-ups in Liverpool rising more than 18% in the first half of this year, Post Business looks at why more people are deciding to launch their own enterprises.

Liverpool waterfront as seen from Seacombe

Hundreds of Merseyside legal jobs could be at risk because of cap on personal injury claim fees

HUNDREDS of jobs across Merseyside’s legal sector could be at risk because of limits imposed by the Government on how much law firms can claim in fees on personal injury cases.

Dozens of business events to take place in Liverpool next week

MORE than two dozen business events are being held across Liverpool next week as part of the fringe programme for Accelerate 2013, a festival dedicated to the country’s high-growth businesses.

Allocation for youth jobs

WHILE the outlook for European funding for Merseyside looks bleak,Liverpool has secured a share of 6bn euros aimed at helping people under 25 secure work.

Liverpool 'outperforming rival cities on apprenticeships'

LIVERPOOL is outranking most of its rival cities when it comes to helping young people into apprenticeships, new council figures reveal.

10 apprentices join Liverpool John Moores University in pilot scheme

TEN apprentices have started work at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) in a pilot scheme to boost its employment of 16-24 year olds.

Business Diary, May 30

thursDay, May 30

Caledonia pub saved from closure

A POPULAR city pub threatened with closure, after it was sold by its owners, has been saved.

Business diary:

monDay, May 27

How University Technical Colleges will plug the skills gap

A NEW generation of schools will train the next generation of workers for the sectors that will grow the region’s economy in years to come.

Thousands sign petition calling for Liverpool pub the Caledonia to be saved

MORE than 3,000 people have signed a petition bidding to save a closure-threatened city pub.

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