Site seeks your views

Liverpudlians will be able to share their ideas on how to improve the Liverpool Council area via a new online tool.

A new site called Liverpool Listens will allow community members to participate in surveys, quick polls and discussion forums on various topics as well as be informed about coming council events and activities.

Liverpool mayor Ned Mannoun said the site was designed to help the council make the best decisions for the community.

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Funds for research

The Ingham Institute has received a $6.5 million grant from Cancer Institute NSW.

The money will be used to establish a centre for Oncology Education and Research Translation.

The centre will develop new drugs and treatments for Australian cancer patients.

It will be led by the Ingham Institute collectively with a number of local universities and health institutions.


GiveAbility at Westfield

Westfield Liverpool will host GiveAbility Day next Saturday, July, 5.

Collectively, Westfield centres across Australia aim to raise $500,000 to support families of children living with disabilities.

Westfield national community manager Winnie Cheng said GiveAbility Day was an important day for their centres.

"We're thrilled to support our charity partners through fund-raising activities that offer a great day out for the whole family at Westfield centres across the country," she said.