A woman from Liverpool says that changes to the national retirement age mean that her future plans have been shattered.
When the state pension age was changed in 1995 it meant thousands of people were unable to retire at 60, as they'd planned.
Now campaigners have raised an online petition to get the law changed back.
Andrew Fletcher reports:
A safety alert has been issued about Ikea chests of drawers and wardrobes after two children were killed when they fell on to them.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of thousands of Co-op customers may have been charged double when using their cards to pay in the food stores or petrol stations.Read the full story ›
Jodrell Bank observatory in Cheshire has been awarded £12million pounds of Heritage Lottery funding to build a new visitor centre.Read the full story ›
A 72ft high, 12-seat white-knuckle ride dedicated to the Royal Air Force Red Arrows opens later.
The attraction, will take riders on a 360 degree tour of the skies and sits in the shadow of the world famous Big One rollercoaster.
Riders can step into their very own Red Arrows cockpit and take control of the plane to make it spin, glide and take formation in their very own display.
Click here for a demo.
How Liverpool's newest hotel took shape from one of it's oldest buildings.Read the full story ›
One of Liverpool's oldest prisons is being turned into a luxury hotel.Read the full story ›
One of Liverpool's oldest prisons is being turned into a luxury hotel.
The Bridewell prison closed down in 1997.
It was home to thousands of the city's criminals since the late 19th century.
It's got a unique history in Liverpool and there's nothing else like it."
They thought they were getting a Waitrose or Marks & Spencer Food....instead they got Netto.
People in the leafy village of Lymm in Cheshire say they feel misled after learning the Danish discount chain was to move in instead of the ''high-end'' retailer they had expected.
Granada Reports has been gauging opinion in the pleasant Cheshire village of Lymm, after residents learned the ''high-end'' retailer they'd been expecting to create a supermarket there turned out to be....Netto.
Villagers angry at the Netto move have set up a petition opposing the arrival of the Danish retailer.