A march against homophobic violence is happening in Liverpool today

There have been a number of homophobic attacks in the city recently

University of Liverpool lecturers taking part in ‘marking boycott’

There are claims it means final years may ‘graduate with incomplete transcripts’

Graduation cancelled for UoL second year running

“We deserve to celebrate our achievements”

Gladstone Halls to be renamed after Dorothy Kuya from today

Dorothy Kuya campaigned for racial equality and helped establish Liverpool’s Slavery Museum in 2007

Liverpool Guild announces shortlisted names for renaming Gladstone Halls

You can vote for your favourite from Monday 19th April

Liverpool to host the UK’s first clubbing event on 30th April

Concert Square here we come!

TikTok’s PandaGirl is hosting a meet and greet in Smithdown ASDA!

And the tickets are a proper bargain

Liverpool Uni confirms outdoor sports can resume Monday 12th April

The online booking system will re-open Wednesday 7th April

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Sefton Council report reveals eight ways how black people are disadvantaged in Liverpool

The report was created to embed equality and diversity into surrounding councils of the region

Sefton’s Covid-19 transmission rate ‘lowest it’s been in six months’

The rate has fallen to 63 cases per 100,000 people in the week ending 8th March

Crowds gather in Liverpool City Centre to protest new crime bill

Demonstrators were seen outside Lime Street Station and on Church Street

‘We are appalled’: Liverpool universities release statement on St. Patrick’s Day crowds in Sefton Park

The statement was posted to the Liverpool University News Site yesterday

‘They said I was part of a festival’: We spoke to a UoL student fined at Sefton Park

The student was told the fine will increase to £200 if she doesn’t pay £100 within two weeks

One arrest and over 40 fines issued at Sefton Park St Patrick’s Day gatherings

Merseyside Police said they will not ‘tolerate irresponsible individuals’

You’ll be able to go clubbing in Liverpool before June 21st!

It’s part of a government test to see how to safely reintroduce large events

Liverpool Pride has been cancelled for the second year in a row

The event will take place online instead