Ritchie Hunter reviews the book The Monster Enters – Covid-19, Avian Flu and the Plagues of Capitalism, written by Mike Davis.
Fundraiser for a book about the 40-year rise, fall and rise of Princes Park Health Centre in Liverpool.
Liverpool City Council say they can’t afford to run two care homes. But can they afford not to?
£8m care homes will close because Liverpool City Council can’t afford to pay the workers!
Two council-built care homes in Liverpool have gone bust, leaving 83 families scrambling to find homes for their loved ones. But why did the council allow a private company to run these homes, and what should they do now?
Face masks are all the rage now, to protect us from something we can’t see, but that can lead to death, Tom Bottle discusses how their use highlights another silent killer: Air Pollution.
Charlotte Kenny discusses period poverty and looks at the charity Binti who have a fashion show on 28th of June launching new ‘Period Underwear.’
Liverpool charity Genie In The Gutter teams up with Kid Creole and the Coconuts for ambitious fundraising production of One Man’s Story, the transatlantic tale and touching true love story of “Bongo” Eddie Folk.
Lisa Worth writes about the Women’s Centre, WHISC, based on Bold Street, that supports those in need and is using Zumba to help women with mental health issues.
The Monday Kitchen, a 10 week cookery course, starts Monday 6th November at 96 Bold Street.
Liverpool Junior Doctors have called for support in their struggle. Join them in a protest march from the Royal on Saturday 21st May, 12.30.
Minnie Stacey reports from the public meeting warning against regional devolution which will involve the privatisation of our NHS.
Liverpool Air Quality Festival launches on Saturday 20th February, with a fortnight programme to raise awareness of Liverpool’s air quality.