A huge castle, made from cardboard boxes and sticky tape is being built - inspired by Liverpool Castle.Read the full story ›
A collection of 18th century fashion items go on display at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool.
The 13 male and female costumes along with accessories will be on display until the spring of 2020.
The clothes in the display are typical of the fashionable styles worn by ‘the middling sort’. Neither rich or poor, these people often wanted to improve and display their social standing through their clothing.
Curraghs Wildlife Park have welcomed a baby Humboldt penguin born in a purpose-built nesting box.Read the full story ›
Members of the SS Dundalk Commemorative committee in Ireland have paid respects to those who perished on the SS Dundalk and RMS Lenister.Read the full story ›
Ever heard of Goat Yoga?
A group on the Isle of Man has been set up doing just that - Isle of Man Goatsfilmed this video showing local Howard Caine experiencing the alternative approach to yoga.
Suzanne Young set up the group, which some are calling 'Goga.'
It was great fun - perfect for those who like their yoga with a smile. My mountain pose never felt more realistic ... though had to watch those little hooves on my asana at times!
Olympian Kris Akabusi is hoping to prove that in sport, age is just a number. The former sprinter is Manchester to launch the "Old not Old games". The special event will pit runners aged around 60 and over against competitors in their 30s or under in a series of 60 metre sprints.
Among the athetes taking part in the games are:
An 82 year old marathon runner.
A 59 year old who can run 100m in 15 seconds - and is setting up a running club.
A 62 year old who says getting fit with Park Run saved his life by speeding up his recovery from sepsis.
Daniel Gardner from the Isle of Man saved the life of a man who fell from his wheelchair into Glasgow's River ClydeRead the full story ›
Take a look inside the secret piece of rail history hidden away beneath Liverpool city centre.Read the full story ›
A father from Rochdale has officially won a the Guinness World Record for the tallest stack of tortillas - after reaching nearly 70cm.Read the full story ›