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News Report Page 34 of 35
Publication Date:- 2018-27-01
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A brand new TK Maxx is coming to Liverpool Edge Lane creating up to 40 new jobs

A new TK Maxx store is set to open its doors in Liverpool, on Thursday, 22 February 2018, at 9am, creating up to 40 new jobs in the area. Situated in Liverpool Shopping Park, Montrose Way and spanning 1,375 sq metres, the new store will offer even more big labels and designer gems at up to 60% less than the RRP and at a significant discount to the price in a department store or on the high street.

TK Maxx buyers travel the globe to find the hottest products from unique 1 off gems to major labels and up and coming designers. It's now even easier for Liverpool's shoppers to discover everything under one roof, with fashion and accessories for women, men and kids to beauty and homeware, all with amazing savings.

With several deliveries arriving every week bringing thousands of new items to store, there will always be something new and exciting to discover.

TK Maxx spokesperson commented:- "We're delighted to be opening a brand new store in Liverpool. We can't wait for shoppers to walk through our doors and discover their own treasures. You never know what you might find! Pop by often, as there will always be exciting new designer finds and 1 off gems for less every time you visit."

If you are interested in applying for a position at the brand new TK Maxx store, please visit:- TJXEurope.Com/Careers for further information.

Store Address:- Liverpool Shopping Park, Montrose Way, Liverpool, L13 1FA


Steve Rotheram meets Sajid Javid to discuss tackling homelessness

LIVERPOOL City Region Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has met Sajid Javid, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, on Wednesday, 24 January 2018, to discuss plans to eradicate homelessness in the Liverpool City Region.

In the Chancellor's 2017 Autumn Budget, ₤28 million funding was announced for Housing 1st pilots in the Liverpool City Region, Greater Manchester and the West Midlands.

Speaking before the meeting, Steve Rotheram said:- "Our aim has to be to eradicate homelessness in the Liverpool City Region. It is a scourge that we should not tolerate in a modern society. Housing 1st is a practical initiative that can provide the support people need to escape from homelessness and I am very pleased that we can pilot it here in the Liverpool City Region. This is an opportunity to identify concrete steps to take this project forward."

If you do not know, Housing First is a system of support for homeless people with high and complex needs which is designed to deliver a sustainable exit from homelessness, improve health and well being and enable social integration.

Housing First is designed to house formerly homeless people with high needs in their own, settled homes, as quickly as possible and to provide the support they will need to sustain an exit from homelessness in their own home. To do this it uses ordinary housing, such as private rented or social rented flats.

Housing First will be building on and support some of the UK leading work that local Council's who are already doing to tackle homelessness. Within the Liverpool City Region it has the support of all 6 Council leaders in City Region and is a collaboration between the Combined Authority and these local authorities.


Merseyside Police crackdown on cash point skimming device

MERSEYSIDE Police are warning the public in Maghull to be extra cautious when using ATM machines following claims that 1 in the area has been tampered with.

It has been reported that criminals are using skimming devices in the cash machines to steal people's credit and debit cards.

The offenders have reportedly glued small devices into the card entry point which allows the card to be put into the machine and the transaction to appear to have been processed, but when the user tries to get the card back, it gets caught by the device.

The criminals come back later on, remove the device and steal the card which is then used to make withdrawals at other machines.

Inspector Susan Stribling said:- "We're doing everything we can to spread this message and ensure that the public are protected against these crimes.We'd like to thank those who have already contacted us to report suspicious activity and similar crimes and advise anyone who thinks they may have also been a victim, to please get in touch. If you use a machine and it appears to have retained your card, you may have been a victim, so please urgently notify us and the branch. If you have any specific details or you're simply worried then call us on:- 101 quoting crime ref:- 0518208538. We'd much rather come out and investigate something that doesn't seem right than not be told and see someone suffer the consequences."

Anyone with information is encouraged to speak to Officers in the area, call:- 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on:- 0800 555 111.

 
      
 
   
 
 
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