160 new jobs are being created on Merseyside by a firm which specialises in turning food waste into energy.
A director of a collapsed firm, which falsely claimed to own a ruby worth £11m, is banned from acting as a company manager.
Technology giant Hewlett-Packard plans to cut more than 1,100 jobs at a number of UK sites in the new year including in Warrington.
A Liverpool firm has just returned from Bethlehem after decorating the city's iconic 55 foot Christmas tree.
It's the second year staff from the Christmas Decorators store in Wavertree have been asked to decorate the tree, which stands by the manger where Jesus is said to have been born.
Hewlett-Packard plans to axe nearly 500 in its northern region - many of them in Warrington.
The firm says it's already started consultation over the proposals for 2014.
Unions and politicians have criticised the plan.
Daniel Hewitt reports:
– Hewlett Packard statement
HP remains committed to supporting the employability of its employees through a number of internal initiatives, including re-skilling, redeployment and support to obtain alternative employment as appropriate.
Technology firm Hewlett-Packard has not denied claims by the Unite union that 1,100 jobs are at risk in the UK:
Sources at Hewlett Packard not denying 1,100 jobs at risk across UK, say they're consulting on numbers
Unite union say technology giant Hewlett Packard are to axe 1100 jobs at three plants in UK, including Warrington.
Embattled Co-operative Bank has admitted it is losing current account customers as its reputation takes a battering following its financial woes and the scandal involving its former chairman.
The group revealed in a statement outlining technical changes to its rescue fundraising deal that "recent events" were likely to have contributed to an increase in the number of customers switching current accounts to rivals.
But the Co-op said savers were so far sticking with the group, with its deposits remaining stable.
The lender has been thrown into turmoil after regulators uncovered a $1.5 billion black hole in its finances and as the scandal surrounding ex-chairman Paul Flowers and his appointment refuses to die down.
Mr Flowers has been bailed after being questioned by police officers investigating allegations of drug supply offences.
The film about Preston Bus Station will be shown at The Continental Pub, Preston at 8pm. Filmmakers Paul Adams and Andrew Wilson say they've not idea how many people will turn up.