This weekend Liverpool Football Club fans painted the town red as they welcomed home the triumphant squad that beat Tottenham in the final of the Champions League Cup.
Lisa Worth reviews the documentary film Freedom Fields which follows a football mad group of Libyan women who are determined to play, not just watch.
Lisa Worth visits Gaia, a huge seven-metre replica of the earth, on display at the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral until Sunday 23rd June.
Gay inclusion has come a long way, but as this young man’s journey shows, there’s still work to be done.
Local residents of Old Hall Street were shocked and distressed yesterday to find that work on Bixteth Street Gardens has already begun.
Campaigners were dealt a blow on Tuesday when Liverpool City Council’s Planning Committee voted to demolish a much loved community space in the business district.
A video produced by Lisa Worth interviewing local residents about the importance of Bixteth Gardens in Liverpool.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the sculpture ‘The Knife Angel’, created by artist Alfie Bradley to draw attention to the impact of knife crime.
Lisa Worth writes about the threat to Bixteth Gardens, one of only two green spaces in the commercial district of Liverpool city centre.
A feature on Bixteth Gardens and its therapeutic values by Nerve contributor Lisa Worth.
Lisa Worth writes about the threats to Abu Dhabi’s mangrove forests, one of the largest in the world, from sedimentation, pollution and human impact.
Feature by Lisa Worth about the ongoing battle against the Mafia in Sicily who have controlled the Mediterranean island for over a hundred years.
Lisa Worth writes about the visit to Liverpool of The Royal de Luxe Giants which were seen by over a million people.
Lisa Worth writes about the People’s Vote March, which took place in Liverpool on Sunday 23rd September.
Lisa Worth from Nerve has written an article on the rise in divorce in middle-aged women and the issues they face.
Feature by Lisa Worth on the strike at Cammell Lairds in 1984, in which she interviews Eddie Marnell, a shop steward at that time, who is still campaigning for justice.
Feature by Nerve writer Lisa Worth on the Warrington bomb commemorations including a charity fashion show raising funds for the Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
Lisa Worth reviews the exhibition by the Singh Twins, Slaves of Fashion, on at the Walker Art Gallery until 20th May.
Nerve feature writer Lisa Worth attended the peaceful demonstration in Liverpool for Ghouta, organised by the ‘Syrian Community In Liverpool.’
Lisa Worth writes about the oldest mosque in the UK, which is based in Brougham Terrace, Kensington, Liverpool.