Live news stream
Wigan have gone out of the Europa League, following a 2-1 defeat to Maribor.
Uwe Rosler's men led thanks to Jordi Gomez's penalty four minutes before half-time.
But Dejan Mezga levelled from the spot two minutes later and Zeljko Filipovic's goal just before the hour mark ended Wigan's hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the competition.
Kyle Lambert from Altrincham used his iPad to finger paint a photo-realistic picture of Hollywood star Morgan Freeman. It took more than 200 hours and 285,000 finger strokes.
A mum from Wirral has set up a running club to help other mums who want to get out of a rut.
Rachel Griffiths from Raby Mere started the group after battling her own depression.
The club now has nearly 200 members.
Ann O'Connor went to find out more:
Police in Greater Manchester have been carrying out a series of raids targeting mobile phone thieves after a ten per cent rise in thefts over the past year.
Seventeen people have been arrested, sixty thousand pounds in cash has been seized and nearly eighty stolen phones have been recovered.
Ralph Blunsom went out with officers on the raids:
Inspectors have revealed serious concerns about two GP surgeries in the north west.
Two of just nine surgeries criticised nationwide.
The health watchdog that carried out the inspections said the failings were so serious they could potentially affect thousands of people.
In one practice in Rochdale there was no oxygen, to use in the case of a patient emergency.
There also weren't enough qualified staff to ensure patient safety.
And at a surgery in Sale staff hadn't been checked for criminal records or received proper training.
Our correspondent Rob Smith reports