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The Rugby Football League has fined Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash for misconduct.
Koukash has been ordered to pay £1000 over comments he made on social media, and over "foul and/or abusive language" used at a public event last month.
RFL officials found him in breach of their rules, deeming his conduct "prejudicial to the interests of the game".
The club's owner has also been warned about his future behaviour.
A teenage boy from Blackpool has appeared in court charged with the rape of his mother.
The 14-year-old was at Preston Crown Court for a preliminary hearing.
He was bailed to re-appear at another hearing in May. He is due to stand trial in October.
Anti-fracking protesters in Salford exchanged heated words with police officers, after hearing that judges could look again at plans to force them from their protest camp.
The demonstrators had been given until midday today to leave the site at Barton Moss, under an order granted to landowners Peel.
But the encamped activists gained a stay from eviction, while judges in the Appeal Court decide whether to review the case.
ITV News reporter, Daniel Hewitt, said the atmosphere eventually cooled and police got the situation "under more control". He says protesters returned to singing, rather than shouting.
The trial of five people accused of helping police killer Dale Cregan evade capture has been told they were "forensically aware", wiping away fingerprints and disguising phone numbers.
Cregan went on-the-run after a previous murder and stayed hidden for weeks before killing two police officers.
Manchester Crown Court heard the five arranged Cregan's getaway, shuttling him across the country.
The defendants include a father and son, a boxer in Spain, and a woman who worked in a dry cleaners in Droylsden.
They deny the charges.
Richard Pennycock has been appointed as the interim Co-op group chief executive after Euan Sutherland's resignation.
The chair of the Co-op group said: "We will start the process to appoint a permanent successor and urgently to reform our governance."
Mr Sutherland will not accept incentives agreed "for delivery and protection of value in group and the Bank, even though this was successfully delivered."
Euan Sutherland has released the following statement following his resignation from the Co-operative group:
– Euan Sutherland
It is with great sadness that I have resigned as Chief Executive. I have given my all to the business and had hoped to be able to lead its revival.
Co-operative's chief executive Euan Sutherland has quit the group after offering his resignation to the board last night.
Mr Sutherland's resignation letter to the board came after he blamed his pay details being leaked to a newspaper on an "individual, or individuals, determined to undermine me personally."
The second witness called in the trial of Nigel Evans has described seeing the MP put a hand down her friend's trousers.
She told the court her friend "found it annoying, but we both found it amusing as well".
Jurors heard she "laughed it off" and that it was "not a serious incident - remotely. It was in full view. There was nothing furtive about it".
The mother of a 14-year-old, who was killed in a car crash on the Isle of Man, has paid tribute to her.
Lucia Porter died when a car, carrying several teenagers, left Switchback Road in Peel last Saturday.
Her mum Julie says: “Our family is left completely distraught after Lucia’s untimely death."
"We are overwhelmed by the messages of condolence, flowers, and the kindness of the people on the Isle of Man who have reached out to us and offered their support. She will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known her.”
Police say "a number of people" have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.