A six-year-old from Manchester has drawn up a wish list of things she would like to see before she loses her sight completely.
Victim support groups in Liverpool are highlighting the emotional impact of burglary on children.
Surgeons have implanted a mini-telescope into the eye of a great grandmother to restore her sight. Joan Gill, from Cheshire, can see again.
Reports of one lane blocked due to accident, two vehicles involved on M56 Eastbound between J9 M6 (Lymm Interchange) and J7 A556 (Bowdon). Matrix sign set to 50 mph
A mother who underwent groundbreaking surgery in Liverpool for cervical cancer while she was pregnant has thanked doctors for saving her and her child's life.
Diane Mullineux from Wirral was treated while her baby was still in the womb.
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A mum who was diagnosed with cervical cancer just days after finding out she was pregnant is urging other women to get tested.
Diane Mullineux from the Wirral was 11-weeks pregnant when she had the cancerous tumour removed along with most of her cervix.
She has thanked doctors at the Liverpool Women's Hospital for carrying out the groundbreaking surgery and saving her life.
One lane closed due to broken down vehicle on M6 Southbound between J19 A556 (Knutsford) and J18 A54 (Middlewich / Holmes Chapel).
M6 Northbound exit slip road to M62 Eastbound closed due to shed load and overturned lorry at J21A M62 (Croft Interchange). Matrix sign set to 50 mph.
The slip road was fully closed at 05:40.
One lane closed due to accident on M57 Southbound between J6 A506 (Kirkby) and J5 A580 (East Lancs Road).
Severe delays on Manchester Metrolink between Altrincham and Bury, between Altrincham and Piccadilly and between East Didsbury and Rochdale due to earlier incident at Trafford Bar.
Hundreds of people across the North West posted a #nomakeupselfie on social media in recent days, to help raise money for cancer research.
Here are just a few of the people who showed the world how they look minus foundation and lipstick.
Greater Manchester's top police officer, Sir Peter Fahy, has gained a new set of stripes to mark World Down Syndrome Day.
The force's chief donned a pair of stripy socks, like thousands of others across the globe, as part of the "Lots of Socks" campaign.
Sir Peter said: “Many people do not understand Down Syndrome and this day is an opportunity to learn about the condition while having a bit of fun and raising money for a worthwhile cause.”
Find out more about World Down Syndrome Day, and how you can contribute, by clicking here.
St Helens comedian Johnny Vegas is to return to ITV sitcom Benidorm for its next series, along with actresses Crissy Rock and Elsie Kelly.
Vegas was last seen playing his character The Oracle in the third series but will make a comeback for series seven which goes into production this month.
Kelly's character Noreen sat out the most recent run of the show and Rock (who plays Janey York) will return to the Solana resort after last appearing in series four.
Show favourites Sherrie Hewson (who plays Joyce Temple Savage), Tim Healy (Les/Lesley) and Jake Canuso (Mateo) will return to the show as usual.
ITV director of entertainment Elaine Bedell said: "After another successful run on screen we're thrilled that a new series is about to start shooting on location in Spain. We're equally pleased that some familiar faces from the Solana's past will be making a welcome return to the sunshine."