Pugs, pugs and more pugs! Cat lovers look away now.Read the full story ›
A handwritten note has been left on an ambulance windscreen -- praising paramedics and encouraging them to block driveways if necessaryRead the full story ›
Archaeologists have found a wall from a Roman soldiers' barracks while digging the foundations for a new shopping centre in Chester. The multi million pound Northgate development –– will cover a site once occupied by a Roman fortress 2,000 years ago. Experts are probing underground remains before construction starts by digging a series of trial holes. They believe they have already found the remains of a Roman wall in Hamilton Place, at the rear of The Forum shopping centre, which would have formed part of the soldiers’ barracks.
Chance for football fans to own a piece of Liverpool's historyRead the full story ›
The move drew widespread criticism from both parents and children, forcing the council into a backdown.Read the full story ›
One of the North West's oldest and greatest volunteers Peggy Maskrey is off to Buckingham Palace later to receive an MBE....for 80 years of service to the community.
Peggy has been familiar face at the Charles Thompson’s Mission in Birkenhead ever since she arrived on the doorstep aged eight with her mum Dolly Monaghan in 1928.
At the age of 16 Peggy started volunteering there and has been there every since serving thousands of meals to the area’s needy . Granada Reports caught up with the amazing volunteer recently.
Rescued hens, who had been destined for slaughter, have been given their first taste of outdoor life, thanks to specially knitted jumpers.Read the full story ›
A steam enthusiast from Oldham has turned his Land Rover into a world first - after replacing the petrol engine with a steam engine.Read the full story ›
False teeth, a thong and a car door were just some of the bizarre items fished out of the sewage works in the North West over Christmas.Read the full story ›