Eligible residents in St Helens are being encouraged to get their Spring booster COVID-19 vaccinations to help bolster their defence against the virus in the coming months.
With just one week to go until Local Elections on Thursday 5 May, voters in St Helens Borough are urged not to be on "autopilot", as they could fall foul of some big changes about how and where they will vote.
With net zero carbon targets to reach by 2040, St Helens Borough Council has praised a borough-based business for a £40m investment which will build on its industry-leading position in sustainability and provide a significant boost to the local economy.
Parents of 5-11 year-olds in St Helens are being encouraged to bring their children forward for their first Covid-19 vaccinations as a new programme for the age group is launched across the borough.
More than 98 per cent of parents and carers have been successful in securing one of their preferred primary schools for their child in St Helens this September.
Families in need of support in St Helens Borough will look set to benefit from a package of funding that will aim to give children the best start in life.
Voters in St Helens Borough are urged not to be on "autopilot" for the Local Elections on Thursday 5 May, as they could fall foul of some big changes about how and where they will vote.