Earlier this week we showed you how Jurgen Klopp had been receiving lessons in talking 'Scouse' from a young supporter.
Well, it seems he has already mastered 'Boss Da' - and so, it seems, has the French translator at his pre-match press conference.
A nine-year-old girl has asked Santa to give her Christmas gifts to help less fortunate children.Read the full story ›
'Hairy Biker' Dave Myers has become an an Honorary Fellow of the University of Cumbria for his contribution to the media and culinary arts.Read the full story ›
Good news for Star Wars fans... An expo based on the hugely successful film franchise is heading to the region.Read the full story ›
Former soldiers plan to climb the tallest peaks in every continent and trek to both Poles.Read the full story ›
Four school chefs will battle it out for the regional title of North West School Chef of the Year 2016.Read the full story ›
A man from Cheshire has created a unique memorial to his late wife. Vic Lawson has created a dolls' house to remember his wife Sylvia.Read the full story ›
Lancashire has its very own house of horrors. The Walton family have transformed their home in Penwortham, Preston, into a spooky spectacle.
The house has numerous themed areas with animatronics and effects including Dawn of the dead Zombie Apocalypse, Zombie House and Dracula's Lair. All proceeds go to charity, last year the family raised £1700 for Cancer Research.
A man from Manchester who became the fastest blind driver in the world, has broken another world record. Mike Newman reached a speed of one hundred and twenty miles per hour in a five tonne racing truck. Mike 53, has been blind from birth due to glaucoma. He was alone in the truck but got radio instructions from a driver following behind in a car.
David Beckham has paid a moving tribute to "inspirational" charity fundraiser Kirsty Howard, after her death aged 20.Read the full story ›