For many people, it is a dream to have their stories published, but now that has become reality for pupils at a school in Greater Manchester.
Children at Holcombe Brook Primary School in Ramsbottom have been using a new website that celebrates children's writing by posting their stories online. Rachel Pritchard reports.
A mother has complained after teachers confiscated her 14-year-old son's e-cigarette - claiming he needs it to kick his 10-a-day habit.Read the full story ›
Everton FC has opened a free school after becoming the first Premier League club to have one approved by the government.Read the full story ›
Babies and toddlers love playing with smartphones and tablets but many believe too much screen time is harmful for their development.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Oldham is crediting a youth centre in the town with saving her life after it helped her through severe depression.Read the full story ›
Today A level students across the region found out if all the sleepless nights and hard work was worth it.
Whatever the results, there are always other options as Sarah Rogers reports.
Today is A Levels results day and what is a results day without pictures?Read the full story ›
Thousands of students across the North West will be celebrating or commiserating their A level results. Last year pass rates dropped for the first time in more than three decades. It's a nervous time for these students in Blackpool.
Organisers of this year's Royal Lancashire Show are hoping it will be a success after a decade of problems. The event, run by Royal Lancashire Agricultural Society, will feature an educational theme instead of livestock competitions.
Despite a forecast of rain organisers have taken steps to ensure it will not be a washout.
A primary school pupil from Lancashire has been given an award after not missing a day of school for the last seven years.
Mark Renwick, from Padiham, hasn't missed a day of school in seven years at Padiham Green School.
Mark's mum Julie said: "My son not missing a single day throughout his seven years, since his first day of school in reception is remarkable.
"Not only because he is the only child nationally to achieve it ever!"