Celebrating Shakespearean ties
The giant 18-foot tall work, located on Leyland Street, is a permanent feature which forms part of a long-term plan to rejuvenate the town centre.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Giant public artwork celebrating Prescot's Shakespearean links unveiled
PRESCOT'S fascinating Shakespearian history is at the centre of a giant new artwork which was unveiled at the town centre on Saturday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
After all the reported sightings and rumours, it's finally a...
'After the Lions I was wrecked, in the Six Nations I could hardly lift my arm up' Richard Hibbard opens up on tough season After completing his summer move to Gloucester, the committed hooker who sat our Wales' tour in South Africa, reveals the pain he played through at times last season As well as the enduring characters that have made Doctor Who ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Bralorne Reports First Quarter Gold Output
For the first quarter of this fiscal year, gold output totaled 1,736 ounces. Full details are provided below.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Knowsley to benefit from A 9.6m investment to boost road infrastucture
Knowsley's road infrastructure is set to benefit from A 9.6m of investment, as part of the Growth Plan for the Liverpool City Region.
Hunt for Skelmersdale robber suspect
Lancashire Police are trying to trace wanted man Carl Terrence Turner, 22, formerly of Saxby Road, Knowsley, Liverpool, following a robbery that took place in Skelmersdale on Saturday, April 19. DC Paul Mulrooney from Skelmersdale CID said: "We are carrying out a number of enquiries to try to trace Turner and I am appealing to the public for their ... (more)
The Tour of Britain - route revealed in Knowsley
After the excitement of the Tour de France in Yorkshire, Knowsley has its own reason to celebrate as it prepares to welcome the Tour of Britain for the third consecutive year.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Knowsley Flower Show - a great day out
Knowsley's fabulous Flower Show will return to Court Hey Park in Huyton next month and promises to be a great day out! It's the largest free horticultural show in the North West and will this year commemorate the centenary of World War I on Sunday 3 August.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Four more outline grant applications approved in Prescot
Prescot Townscape Heritage Initiative Partnership Board last week approved four building repair and restoration projects to proceed as full grant applications.
Consultation on The Orchard Conservation Area in Huyton
Knowsley Council is seeking your views on The Orchard Conservation Area in Huyton.
Knowsley Kids Summer Reading Challenge Top Picks
The school summer holidays are just around the corner which means it will soon be time for children to take up the challenge to read six books over the long break.
Live: Merseyside public sector workers out on strike
Follow our coverage from across the region as workers from the National Union of Teachers, Unison, Unite the Union, the GMB, PCS and the Fire Brigades Union walk out.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
St. Helens Reporter
Job boost as retailer moves into borough
TJ Morris, the family-run company which trades as Home Bargains, has submitted plans for a new store on Manchester Road - which would see the retention of 45 jobs and create 25 additional jobs.
VULNERABLE shopkeepers are being offered tiny video cameras to help in the fight against hate crime.
Dozens of the devices - with crystal clear picture and sound quality - are being offered to businesses in Merseyside suffering from anti-social behaviour.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Nearly 80 per cent of Merseyside thugs prosecuted for attacking women and girls found guilty
THE region's prosecutors have been praised after it emerged Merseyside has the highest rate in the country for securing convictions against offenders who commit violence against women and girls.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Home Bargains unveils A 5m plan for new store
TWENTY FIVE new jobs will be created and another 45 safeguarded by the creation of a new A 5m community store, if proposals get the go ahead.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Support your local shops on 4th July
On 4th July 2014, across the country, the public will be encouraged to buy at least one item from their local, independent shop to celebrate Independents' Day 2014.
a Hospital that is enjoying a baby boom has just won a prestigious award.
Whiston Hospital Maternity Unit is the only unit in the region to be given the Baby Friendly Award by UNICEF underlining the fact that it is the first choice birthplace noted for its brilliant facilities.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Data shows university place divide
More than one in eight state schools and colleges are failing to send any students to the UK's top universities, according to latest figures.