The perfect acceptance speech always wins over the audience, and that's exactly what this little girl did when she received her award.
6-year-old Alisha Cowell was named Primary School Pupil of the Year at the Lancashire Telegraph's School Awards last night.
Then after politely asking if she could read a speech she had written the Shadsworth Infant School star thanked her head-teacher for picking her for the award.
Hopefully one day she'll win an Oscar and come up with another gem of an acceptance speech.
A woman from Liverpool who scooped millions on the lottery, says she's delighted the win means she can now afford the pair of slippers she'd been saving up for.
69 year old Jane Lewis won almost 4 and a half million pounds. She says she still can't quite believe she's a millionaire.
For most of us a shed is a fairly tatty building at the bottom of the garden where we keep tools and junk. But that's certainly not the case for one shed owner on Merseyside.
This is the Owl House by Tracy Lewis from Hightown, Sefton. And her rather spectacular design has won her the Eco Category in the 2015 annual Shed of the Year competition... Resembling an owl due to the unique curved wooden window frames, its made entirely from cob, recycled plywood and collected recycled glass bottles and even has a grass roof. Used for relaxing in, it contains a bed and comfy chairs and overlooks the dunes at Hightown.
Students and teachers at Haslingden Primary School are seeing double... eleven times over.
The school in Lancashire has eleven sets of twins, and even their headmaster is one of a pair.
We sent just one of our correspondents, Ann O'Connor, to meet them.
Deputy head Steve Hill is just back from one of the world's toughest marathons. He braved temperatures as low as minus 40 degrees to complete 26 miles at the North Pole after being set the challenge by pupils at his school, St Joseph's RC Primary School in Shaw, Oldham.
Manchester student Adam West went to unusual lengths to avoid paying Ryanair a £220 admin fee - including legally changing his name.Read the full story ›
A Liverpool detective left unable to walk after a back operation is taking on a ground-breaking challenge to raise money for a global children’s charity. Jane Sargeant, who is based at Merseyside Police’s St Anne’s Street station, will walk nearly two kilometres around two large office buildings using a wheeled walking frame.
It will be the furthest distance she has walked since an operation to untether her spinal cord three years ago left her without the use of her legs. Jane's taking on the challenge to raise money to help those affected by the earthquake in Nepal.
A man from London who was the subject of cruel online taunts has had the last laugh when a group of celebrities threw a party for him in LA.Read the full story ›
Merseyside is gearing up to greet three of the world's most famous cruise liners. The Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria arrive on the Mersey over the bank holiday. Tonight there'll be a special light show projected on the Three Graces the iconic buildings on the waterfront before the first liner arrives on Sunday.
A rather unusual (and rather large) piece of artwork is to go on display on Merseyside. It will stand three metres high in an 11 metre-long Viking boat, Its called Edwards Elephant and its going to a focal point of Kirkby town centre. To see more click here.
The artwork celebrates Kirkby’s history and the poetry of Edward Lear. Residents wanted the boat to represent Kirkby’s past as a Viking settlement, while the elephant – known for its memory – was important to them in remembering the town’s history and how it was created.
I wanted Edward’s Elephant to reflect the warmth and humour that I have encountered in Kirkby. I hope that people will see it as a friendly and fun presence in the town