Kidney transplant survivor wants people to sign the NHS Organ Donor Register before Westfield Health British Transplant Games in Bolton.
A housing association is recruiting digital champions who can help others in their neighbourhoods improve their online skills.
Pupils from Burnley have created a short animated film to highlight the issue of road safety amongst other youngsters.
A senior teacher at a Catholic private school where two teenagers have ran away from has said the school is "extremely worried" about the pair.
Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva, both 16, left Stonyhurst College at around 3am on Monday before flying to the Dominican Republic.
Mr Matthew Mostyn said it was an "immensely distressing" period for the families of the teenagers, and that no one would relax until the pair are back in England.
Stonyhurst College say pupils were "excited" for the "lovestruck" duo. Now, they're worried about the pair. http://t.co/pvc6656sj2
The boy and girl, both 16, snuck off to Manchester Airport early on Monday. Teachers still don't know how they got out undetected.
Staff at a Lancashire boarding school where two teenagers ran off to the Dominican Republic, say the pair evaded every CCTV camera.
Stonyhurst Boarding School in Lancashire has issued a statement after two of their pupils went missing on Monday. It reads:
– Stoneyhurst statement
Two of our sixth formers left the College during the course of Monday morning and we have been working closely with their families and with the police since then. We understand from the police that they may be overseas, and we are awaiting more news. Our main concern is to be sure that they are safe and sound, and to reunite them with their families as soon as possible.
Lancashire police are trying to trace a 16 year old boy and a 16 year old girl who're missing from Stonyhurst College near Clitheroe.
Both are boarding pupils at the school.
Officers say,“They were last seen at shortly before 3am on Monday, January 13th at Manchester Airport and it is believed the pair may have travelled abroad.
“We are carrying out a number of inquiries to try and trace them to ensure that they are safe and well. Their families have been informed and are being kept fully up to date.
A group of sixth formers from Rainford on Merseyside who are concerned that, unlike young people in major cities, they're growing up with little contact with other races and cultures.
That's because they live in a small rural town which is overwhelmingly white.
They are working with Fixers- the ITV campaign that gives young people a voice- to raise awareness of cultural diversity among their school mates
Sara Etchells was an internet sensation after footage of her six-year-old daughter Lola shaving her poorly mum's head was posted online.
Two years on and Sara has finished cancer treatment and is busy planning a family Christmas and a healthy, happy new year.
Sara Etchells says she's feeling well and looking forward to Christmas with her family.
We'll have more on Sara's story on Granada Reports at 6pm
This video of Sara with 6 year old Lola proved a huge hit on the web. Two years on and Sara Etchells has finished cancer treatment and is busy planning Christmas and a healthy, happy New Year.