The Isle of Man Fire and Rescue Service were called out in the early hours to help a sinking fishing boat.Read the full story ›
People who refused to pay £80 fines for dropping litter in Liverpool face a bill almost four times the cost of the fixed penalty notice.Read the full story ›
RNLI Ramsey rescued a small vessel off the coast of Laxey on Sunday which had suffered engine failure.Read the full story ›
Localised flooding last night on the Isle of Man has closed a main route into Douglas.Read the full story ›
The plans are intended to safeguard animal welfare and reassure consumers.Read the full story ›
Electric tram Car No.2 failed to stop when emergency brakes were applied on Snaefell Mountain.Read the full story ›
An enormous pipe measuring over two miles long is due to arrive off the coast of Blackpool.
It'll be installed in a huge trench under the sea to divert floodwater away, protecting homes and beaches.
It's part of a 200 million pound scheme by United Utilities to improve bathing waters.
Here are some supersize facts about the supersize pipe:
3.7km (2 miles) long and 2.5 metres (more than 8 foot) in diameter
20,000 tonnes in weight
Carries 580 concrete collars like giant cable clips which will hold the pipe down on the seabed when installed
100 people involved in transportation and installation
Fitted with radar collars and GPS tracking to make it visible to other shipping
Child arrests by Greater Manchester Police fall by 66 per cent in five yearsRead the full story ›
Kym Marsh has criticised a person for setting up a fake Twitter account in the name of her six-year-old daughter.
The Coronation Street actress also said that the page on the social networking site was using pictures of her youngest child Polly.
With kids ever more engaged in social media and life online, it can be difficult to set barriers, and keep them safe.
Our correspondent Ashely Derricott has been speaking to internet safety expert Henry Platten, of eCadets, about the challenges of keeping children safe online.
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Residents in Salford say they're angry and face uncertainty about the safety of their homes as work to strip potentially dangerous cladding from nine tower blocks continues.
The council claims they'll spend tens of millions of pounds to get the buildings up to the correct fire safety standards.
They hope to recoup that money through legal action. A new cladding system is currently being tested in Dubai.