Greater Manchester Police say they are investigating allegations of voting fraud in the Alexandra Ward of Oldham during the General Election.
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A special walk is being held in Middleton later to mark the second anniversary of Fusilier Lee Rigby's death. The 25 year old soldier was murdered by extremists near his barracks in Woolwich. This evening friends will gather in his hometown to honour his memory at the memorial gardens which were opened in his name.
A university has issued an urgent warning after five students who took a cannabis type drug ended up in hospital, two of them seriously ill.
Lancaster University alerted its 12 thousand students last night.
It warned them if they had taken the drug known as Spice to call 999 immediately.
The drug was banned in 2009, but has become increasingly popular as a cheap alternative to cannabis.
A charity set up after the deaths of two boys when the IRA bombed Warrington have launched an education project to tackle extremism.
Created after Tim Parry and Johnathan Ball were killed, the Foundation for Peace are working in the form of a documentary with former extremists to deter others following the same path.
Micky Higham has been explaining his decision to quit Super League.
Higham has parted company with Warrington Wolves to sign for Championship leaders Leigh Centurions.
The 34-year-old says the chance to play for his home town club was too great to turn down.
A family from Warrington says they are being torn apart by a visa wrangle.
Mark Naylor, who was born in Wigan, moved back to the UK two years ago with his Chinese wife and their two children, who are both British citizens.
But their hopes of settling down in Britain have been left hanging in the balance after Mrs Naylor was told she must go back to China to get her long-term UK visa.
It's a process that could take months, leaving Mark without his wife and the children without a mother.