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Queens Drive update, dogs die after ingesting mystery substance and major project falls behind.
  • A major Liverpool road, which has been closed since August, could reopen soon following the installation of new safety measures. Elaine and Philip Marco tragically lost their lives on August 26 after their car became trapped in flood water on Queens Drive.

  • Merseyside Police cordoned off a park area in Liverpool after two dogs died and a third became seriously ill from eating an unknown white substance. A number of reports came in from a vet at around 2pm on Monday that a series of dogs had been brought to the surgery after falling ill after ingesting the substance found close to Childwall Valley Road, Belle Vale.

  • The developer behind the largest regeneration development in the UK is behind on its promise to build 1,100 homes by 2025. Following their original partner, House by Urban Splash, going into administration in 2022, the firm said they "were forced to revisit the plans for the next phase of development."

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