When the Vatican needed some serious help to restore ancient works of art there was only one place to go.
They turned to a company in Cheshire that specialises in removing tattoos.
Many of the works needed centuries of dirt removed and the special laser technology is perfect for the job.
Our correspondent Rob Smith has this remarkable story.
We met a young man whose acrobatics are getting everyone in a spin.
Eight-year-old Fletcher Smith from Liverpool is one of the hottest prospects in the sport of Free Running.
If you haven't seen it, it's a sport that requires athletisism, skill and plenty of bravery.
As Chris Cunningham found out:
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was taken to hospital after suffering an injury while playing for Mexico against Honduras in a Gold Cup warm-up match on Wednesday night.
According to reports, the 27-year-old has suffered a broken collarbone, although the Mexican Football Federation has yet to confirm the nature of the injury.
"We have no report, all I know is that he has gone to hospital," coach Miguel Herrera said on the federation's website. "We have not yet seen the results.''
Hernandez was hurt shortly before half-time in a collision with Honduras defender Brayan Beckeles and signalled for help before being substituted. The match finished goalless in Houston.
A significant injury will not only rule Hernandez out of the Gold Cup but also complicate his attempts to secure a move away from Old Trafford after a season out on loan with Real Madrid, who declined to take up an option to make the move permanent.
It 's hoped the England football team’s success at the Women’s World Cup will encourage a growth in the sport.
Female football is the fastest growing format of football on Merseyside. Liverpool County FA have more than 170 female grassroots football teams across Merseyside who have teams ranging from under 7s through to adults playing five a side to 11 against 11 at various indoor or outdoor football facilities.
Liverpool County FA have just completed the Merseyside Game Changer which included a complete review of female football in the area including school, grassroots, recreational football and the Female Talent Pathway.
350 footballers are involved including girls as young as 5. They were consulted by the County FA on what changes and developments could be made to improve female football. The overall findings from the Game Changer highlighted they want to be treated the same as their male counterparts and be given the same opportunities to play football, access to better playing and training facilities and increase promotion and media coverage o help change the perception of the game and increase participation rates in Merseyside.
Helping to change the perception of female football are the four players who've just been flying the flag for Merseyside in the Women’s World Cup in Canada - Fara Williams, Toni Duggan, Alex Greenwood and Jodie Taylor. Fara is an adopted Scouser, and has played football in Merseyside since 2004 with Everton Ladies and her current club Liverpool Ladies. Liverpool born Toni Duggan (Manchester City) and Alex Greenwood (Notts County) started their careers playing with Everton Ladies in their Centre of Excellence and they both progressed into the first team, and Jodie Taylor from Birkenhead (Portland Thorns) began playing the game with Tranmere Rovers Ladies and has played in America, Sweden and Australia.
Female Football in Merseyside has benefited from £30,000 of investment from various external funding agencies including the Football Foundation, Sport England and the People’s Postcode Trust during the 2014-15 season.
Anna Farrell, Football Development Officer for Liverpool County FA said, “Female Football is the fastest growing format of football in Merseyside and the achievements of the Lionesses in Canada is only going to increase awareness and help us change perception of the game locally and nationally.
“The FA has recently launched the #WeCanPlay which aims to canvass the support of 100,000 girls and parents as part of its drive to boost participation and change the way girls/parents view the game.
A charity is hoping to break the cycle of child poverty by making sure that all children have the school uniform and sports kit they need, if their parents can't afford it.
The 'Wood Street Mission' wants local businesses to help fund the million pound scheme in Manchester and Salford over the next four years.
It doesn't want a negative experience at school to impact on their future ambitions.
A holidaymaker from Lancashire who was hit by a terrorist grenade in Tunisia has arrived back home in Darwen.
Carol Wearing has told Granada Reports how she was separated from her daughter as they were forced to run for their lives.
She's been talking to our correspondent Ashley Derricott on the day some of the Britons who lost their lives were brought back to the UK:
Police have launched a murder investigation into the death of a man in Windermere today.
Two local men, aged 26 and 31, and two women who were visiting the Lake District, aged 48 and 15, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.
They are currently being questioned by Police.
Officers were called at 2.04am this morning to Brookside, Lake Road.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
The area around the scene is closed while enquiries are ongoing.
A flight containing the bodies of eight Britons, including Denis and Elaine Thwaites from Blackpool, killed by a gunman in the Tunisian beach massacre has returned to the UK.
The plane touched down at Brize Norton in Oxfordshire a little earlier.