40 kilo dog tied to rescue centre gate with thin ribbon

A 40 kilo dog has been tied to the gates of Dogs Trust Merseyside in Huyton during the night with a thin piece of ribbon next to a busy road.... Read more »

Force mark the first National Purple Poppy Day

Merseyside Police and The War Horse Memorial, have marked the first National Purple Poppy Day, with a visit to lay a wreath at a WW1 war horse’s grave in Halewood.... Read more »

Sponsorship deal helps Prescot Cables FC

Housebuilder Stewart Milne Homes has agreed a two-year sponsorship deal with Prescot Cables FC ahead of the start of 2018/19 season. ... Read more »

More than 500 runners take part in 1 Mile and 5K Fun Runs

Torrential rain failed to dampen the spirits of more than 500 runners who took part in fun runs to celebrate the life of Croxteth youngster, Rhys Jones.... Read more »

Remembering the Lost Castles in Merseyside

Six extraordinary structures made of cardboard, tape and community spirit where created in each borough this summer in what is a cultural first for Liverpool City Region. ... Read more »

After so much hard work and dedication Year 13 students from Knowsley celebrated their A-level results and The Challenge were on hand to capture them celebrating all their academic and personal achievements. Recent changes to A-levels meant students this year sat their exams at the end of two years of study, instead of taking modular exams throughout the course.  View the full gallery of photographs below:


Rainford Sixth Form student Alex Edwards celebrates


Carmel College's Lewis Owens celebrates his success


Megan Lang and Bailey Morgan from Rainford Sixth Form are all smiles


A-level results day at St Helens College


All smiles for Elesha, a student at St Helens College


St Helens College student Ellie celebrates with her mum


All smiles from Leah, a student at St Helens College


West Lancashire College students celebrate after achieving fabulous BTEC results


Young people in Knowsley celebrate A-level success

Young people in Knowsley celebrate A-level success... Read more »

Longer parking in Knowsley’s Town Centres

From Saturday 11 August the maximum short stay period on council owned pay and display car parks across the borough will be increased by one hour... Read more »

Cables upbeat over new season

Prescot Cables are approaching the new Evo-Stik League season in positive fashion and hoping to build on an excellent 2017-18 campaign, which saw them reach the promotion play-off final... Read more »

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    Have you had your flu jab? If you have a long term health condition, now is the time to have your free vaccination.... Read more »
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    Knowsley-based registered charity the Big Help Project (Knowsley Foodbank) is working to eradicate period poverty in Knowsley... Read more »
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    Trainees from Everton in the Community rolled up their sleeves to repair facilities at the Rhys Jones Community Centre in Croxteth Park.... Read more »
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Pupils shine at STEM challenge

A group of Year 8 pupils from Kirkby High School recently took part in the Merseyside STEM challenge day at Liverpool John Moores University.

The STEM project work on lots of different projects to bring exciting Science, Technology, Engineering... Read more »



Halewood Environment Centre, Okell Drive, Halewood, L26 7XB. Road running sessions delivered by Knowsley Harriers Athletics Club for both beginners and more experienced runners. Ages 16+. Free. See www.knowsleyharriers.com/... Read more »


HEALTHY KNOWSLEY with Councillor Sean Donnelly, Cabinet Member for Health and Social Care

Welcome to my first column as the author of Healthy Knowsley. I’ve been the Knowsley Council cabinet member for health and social care for five months now, leading on the transformation of our Adult Social Care services. This includes investing... Read more »

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