Children as young as 10 have been victims of "revenge porn" in the region.
Figures obtained by Granada Reports show more than 150 teenagers are among those targeted.
Children as young as 10 have been victims of "revenge porn" in the region. Figures obtained by Granada Reports show more than 150 teenagers are among those targeted.
Pupils in Cheshire are trialling a new app to protect them from unwanted social media content. Helen Westerman from the NSPCC talks about how disturbing the problem is.
The Manx Government decides today whether to grant leave to re-draw abortion laws on the Isle of Man.
At the moment terminations are restricted. They can include victims of rape or cases where it's thought a woman's mental health would be affected. Dr Alex Allinson explains the idea to have a debate over the issue.
A competition has begun to find the best photographs of the Lake District in winter. The competition is part of campaign to drive tourism to the region. Entrants are being asked to submit the best snaps.
The competition is open to photographers of all ages and split into two categories: over 18s and under 18s. So If you've got some Lake District photos you're particularly proud of and you want to enter the competition.. then click herefor more details.
The Green Party has chosen Will Patterson as its candidate in the race for Mayor of Greater Manchester. The party's first candidate died from a heart attack earlier this month. Mr Patterson says he offers a new perspective.
Food lovers are using an App to help cut food waste. The app acts a link between restaurants with surplus food and customers can buy it for up to a 90% discount. Since its launch in June organisers of the scheme say it's saved over 8,000 meals from heading to landfill unnecessarily in Brighton, Birmingham, London and Leeds. And now its up and running in Manchester.
The proud parents of world class skier Dave Ryding speak of their son's determination and how he started out on a dry slope. He won Britain's first World Cup Alpine Medal for 35 years. His parents spoke to Victoria Grimes at their home in Lancashire.
The mother of Lee Rigby is speaking about her shock at being threatened with prosecution over the court case of an internet troll targeting her family.
Lyn Rigby was ordered to give evidence via video link during an appeal by a man called Christopher Spivey, from Essex.
He was convicted of harassing the Rigby family and sending grossly offensive messages over social media.
Lee Rigby was murdered by extremists in London four-years-ago. Hismother says she's been forced to relive her ordeal.
She spoke exclusively to our correspondent Mel Barham:
A father of two daughters couldn't stand by and do nothing when hesaw a young woman in tears.
Grace Dennis, a student at Liverpool John Moore's University, wasdistraught after losing her train ticket back to the North West on a visit toLondon.
Luckily though - help was at hand.
Tim Scott now reports:
The father of a young man who was shot and killed nine years agothis month says he still misses him terribly.
Halton McCollin died after being targeted at a takeaway inManchester in January 2008.
His father is speaking out in the hope his killers will be found -as Greater Manchester Police launch a gun amnesty.
This from our correspondent Ashley Derricott