It's been a year since Storm Desmond devastated parts of the North West. We hear from the families who fear the rain will ruin their lives all over again.
Thousands of homes and businesses across the North West were swamped on this day last year.
It took months to repair the damage, after rivers burst their banks and sewers were overwhelmed by more than a foot of rain in 24 hours. The waters also claimed the life of a man who fell into the River Kent in Kendal.
Victoria Grimes has spent the day in the Lancashire villages of Churchtown and St Michael's on Wyre where residents are still counting the cost.
Communities say they are still waiting for emergency funding to restore their homes and agricultural land.Read the full story ›
Repairs to some of the most dangerous North West roads have been announced as part of a £3 billion government investment in UK transport.Read the full story ›
United Utilities says there are problems with the water supply and water pressure in Manchester, spanning five post codes.Read the full story ›
Homeowners and businesses affected by the severe weather are being advised to contact their insurer as soon as possible.Read the full story ›
Grittersaurus, Walter the Salter and Gritney Spears will be joined by a new arrival - Oldham Council are asking young people to pick a nameRead the full story ›
A photographer from Ormskirk is hoping to visit all of the world's lava lakes to capture rare photos.
Christopher Horsley has camped inside volcanos and hot craters, all to get that perfect shot.
The quality of the seawater is better than at any time in the last 30 years.Read the full story ›
Weather presenter Jo Blythe explores an underground cave network revealing how it links Cumbria, Lancashire and Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
An environmental group are calling on people in Manchester to demand better air quality.Read the full story ›