A mother whose daughter died after a falling in the Lake District says she's lost her soulmate.
Victoria Harris who was 24 fell while walking on Haystacks in the Buttermere Valley.
An RAF helicopter and an air ambulance were involved in her rescue but she was pronounced dead at hospital.
Her mother Carol Allenby-Carr said she Victoria was a 'beautiful daughter and her soulmate'. She said she died in a tragic accident.
A 24-year-old woman has died after falling from Haystacks in the Lake District.
Cumbria Police and Cockermouth Mountain Rescue Team were called to reports that a woman had fallen at 4pm on Wednesday 1st July.
An RAF Sea King helicopter and an air ambulance attended to assist in the rescue.
The woman was flown to the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle where she was pronounced dead after she sustained fatal head injuries.
She has been named as as Victoria Harris, aged 24, from the Manchester area.
During the same incident another woman was also winched to safety by the RAF helicopter but was uninjured.
Police have issued images of offenders fleeing after robbing a jewellery store in Bolton.
It happened at 4.45pm on Friday 4 July 2015 at a jewellers shop on Newport Street, Bolton.
Four offenders, who were armed with axes and crowbars used two stolen motorbikes to carry out the raid.
They threatened staff before smashing glass cabinets and stealing a large amount of jewellery.
A passerby tried to knock the offenders off their bikes with a billboard. One of the men collided with the 66-year-old man, injuring him. He was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries but has since been discharged.
Peter Cushing, Metrolink Director at TfGM, said: "Late last night vandals damaged both a tram and the tracks near the St Werburgh's Road tram stop. This has led to one tram being damaged and another being stuck, blocking the tracks on the Airport and East Didsbury lines.
"Technicians have been on site since first light to start to move the tram and repair the tracks. However, because of the nature of the damage caused, we do not know how long this will take.
"In the meantime, passengers can use their tickets on alternative bus routes and get the latest information from the Metrolink website and Twitter feed.
"I'm disgusted by the behaviour that we saw last night and we will be working with the police to help them with their enquiries.
"I'd like to apologise to our passengers for the disruption caused by the vandalism, and reassure them that we are working as fast as we can to get all services running again."
Vandals are being blamed for a tram derailment overnight in Chorlton.
Metrolink say points were damaged at St Werburghs Road station, but the tram was going at a 'walking pace' when it came off the tracks.
There are no reports of any injuries to passengers.
Services are currently suspended between East Didsbury and Deansgate Castlefield and Cornbrook and Manchester Airport.
Engineers were at the station at first light and are working to repair the tram and damaged points.
The line is suspended until further notice and there is no estimate yet when services will start again.