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A 45 year old man's being questioned on suspicion of murder after the body of a woman was discovered at a house in Rochdale.
Police were called to Boleyn Court in Heywood on Tuesday where they found the body of woman believed to be in her 40s.
There are calls to re-open the debate on assisted dying in the Isle of Man.
Millie Blenkinsopp from Douglas has petitioned the island's government so she can decide when she dies.
Millie has a condition that means she has had a series of strokes and fears the next one could leave her with no quality of life.
Amy Mulhern reports.
– Spokesperson for Stagecoach Manchester
We can confirm we worked with police to help reunite a young child with his mother.
The unaccompanied child was found on one of our double decker buses travelling from Droylsden to Piccadilly.
Our driver immediately alerted our operations team as soon as he became aware of the issue.
A three-year-old boy has been found all alone on a bus in Manchester.
The toddler was discovered by a passenger on the 216 from Ashton just after 1.30pm.
Passengers realised the boy has been travelling alone and told the driver when they arrived at Piccadilly Gardens.
The driver then handed the three year old to an Inspector who called the police.
It is believed the 3-year-old may have climbed aboard the 216 Stagecoach bus in Droylsden on his own.
It's understood the little boy got on the bus at the same time as a teenage girl and the driver assumed they were together.
The boy's mother has been informed.
Everton have unveiled their latest signing Samuel Eto'o.
The 33-year-old striker was paraded before the media after completing his free transfer from Chelsea.
Now he could go straight into the squad to take on Jose Mourinho's team at Goodison Park this weekend.
There is a mixed reaction to plans for one of the biggest shake ups to special needs education for 30 years which has already been on trial in Wigan.
In future a child with special needs won't get a statement - instead there will be an individual plan which includes education, health and care.
The idea is to give parents more control - which is being welcomed.
But there are also fears it could put main stream schools off taking children with special needs because of the costs involved.
Dan Hewitt reports.
Police have launched a murder investigation after the body of a woman was found in Rochdale.
At around 1.35pm on Tuesday 26th August 2014, police were called to an address on Boleyn Court, Heywood, after reports of a concern for welfare.
When officers got there, they found the body of a woman believed to be in her forties.
Police say a formal identification has not yet taken place and a post mortem is due to take place this evening.