Fifteen British WW1 soldiers have been reinterred at the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery today, 100 years after their deaths.Read the full story ›
Powerful lights, seized by police form a cannabis farm, have been given to Rochdale FC to help them maintain their Spotland pitch.Read the full story ›
It's official - Oldham residents have greener fingers than most. The town has picked up a gold award and the title of best city at the Royal Horticultural Society's Britain in Bloom competition.
These awards give everyone involved a real sense of achievement and reflects the hard work, dedication and commitment from what has been a real co-operative project involving residents, schools and businesses. This is yet another example of Oldham’s growing regional and national reputation
Coronation St has topped a poll of what people believe most represents Manchester's history and culture. Also heading up the list was Factory records and Emmeline Pankhurst, the British political activist and leader of the British suffragette movement who helped women win the right to vote.
Betty Musker said she'd like 'a nice card' for her 104th birthday. After a Facebook campaign, she's now expected to receive more than 4,500.Read the full story ›
United-mad tot Lilly Rae Doyle will be shown she can still be a true Red while wearing blue after Old Trafford bosses stepped in to end her school uniform tears.
Little Lilly Rae who's from Wythenshawe has become an internet sensation after video of her reaction to finding out she would have to wear a blue school uniform was posted on the M.E.N website.
Manchester United have now offered the avid United fan, a blue third-kit shirt, to help ease her transition into wearing her St Elizabeth’s RC Primary School uniform.
The three-year-old will also be treated to a personal tour of Old Trafford and free tickets to their Premier League clash with Crystal Palace next month.
Cheshire Police had a surprise visitor to their headquarters this week when a horse from a nearby field wandered in.
The force say he was safely escorted back to his paddock.
A clip of baby twin girls from Liverpool caught on camera playing peekaboo by their dad has racked up more than 2 million views online.
One year olds, Molly and Megan Keher were supposed to be fast asleep but decided to entertain each other instead. The twins were caught on camera when their dad heard them giggling.
Two babies from Liverpool playing peek-a-boo have become an online sensation after their playful video got more than a million views on social media.
Twin one-year-olds Molly and Megan Keher were supposed to be sleeping, but their dad, Andy, heard them playing.
When he popped his head round the door he saw the girls playing peek-a-boo and filmed them for more than a minute before being spotted.
"It was the first time I'd seen them playing peek-a-boo which is more why I filmed it than anything else."
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