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Police search for missing Oldham boy

Tyler Tomkinson Credit: GMP

Police want to trace a 15-year-old boy from Oldham who is missing from home.

Tyler Tomkinson was last seen at his home on Albion Gardens Close in Royton on Thursday 10 April 2014.

Tyler is described as being 5ft 6in tall, of slim build with short brown hair.

He was last seen wearing a navy blue body warmer, blue Converse T-shirt with white circles on the chest, blue Adidas tracksuit bottoms and black Nike trainers.

Three men jailed for life for murdering Liverpool man

Thomas White Credit: Merseyside Police

Three men have been jailed for life for the murder of a Liverpool man.

Jason Osu was shot dead outside his home in Wavertree in November 2012.

Paul Croxton Credit: Merseyside Police

Thomas White, 29, has been sentenced to 32 years in jail, Paul Croxton, 21, has been jailed for 30 years and George McGovern, 54 has been sentenced to 26 years in jail.

George McGovern Credit: Merseyside Police
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Sir Alex Ferguson's wines set to fetch £3m at auction

Sir Alex Ferguson
The former Manchester United manager was known to enjoy a glass after a game. Credit: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Part of Sir Alex Ferguson's wine collection is expected to fetch around £3 million when it goes under the hammer next month, auction house Christie's says.

The collection features many fine and rare wines including Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Burgundies and many Finest First Growth Bordeaux, ranging in vintages from 1986 (the year he was appointed manager at Manchester United) to 2011.

The former Manchester United manager was known to invite opposition managers to share a bottle with him after games.

The wines will be offered at sales in Hong Kong on 24 May, London on 5 June and online only from 9 June to 23 June, they said.

Read: Sir Alex Ferguson to take on teaching role at Harvard

Family 'shocked' as Sri Lankan court bails four men accused of Khuram Shaikh's murder

WATCH: Nasser Shaikh, brother of Khuram, talks to Granada Reports as he returns home from the start of his brother's murder trial in Sri Lanka.

The family of Khuram Shaikh, who was killed while on holiday in Sri Lanka, say they are shocked by the decision to bail four men accused of his murder - half way through their trial.

The 32-year old from Rochdale was on holiday on Christmas Day in 2011 when he was stabbed and shot at his hotel.

The trial into his murder, which has taken more than two years to come to court amid fears of a cover-up, began at the High Court in Colombo last month.

But the trial has since been adjourned for several weeks, and four of the six men accused have been released on bail.

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Rochdale fans top the suffering league

Spotland Stadium home of Rochdale FC Credit: PA

Fans of Rochdale FC are the most long-suffering in Britain according the Mirror.

The paper reports statisticians have compiled a "Fan Suffering Index" and Rochdale fans have had to endure the most.

Rochdale are in their 78th season in the bottom table of the football league.

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