The Isle of Man has been warned of a possible synthetic drug circulating on-island.Read the full story ›
In a statement, Aqualogistics said:
Aqualogistics Ltd is shocked and saddened by the incident involving a group of school children on 26 June 2017. Our thoughts are with the family and friends of those affected. On the advice of the Health and Safety Executive, we would ask that any cylinders filled at our site in Stockport are drained and refilled.
They should not be used. We are co-operating with the ongoing investigations. It would therefore be inappropriate for us to comment any further at this stage.
Doctors in Oldham have repeated an urgent warning about the dangers of a drug that's left a man dead and four people fighting for their lives in hospital.
It's believed the substance was the crystal form of ecstasy known as MDMA. Detectives say anyone who has taken the drug - which may be known as 'magic' or 'pink champagne' should seek medical help.
Professor Matthew Makin, Medical Director for The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust says the risk is too high for people to ignore.
The practice of sending mental health patients far away from friends and family for care has become endemic in the NHS, it has been warned.Read the full story ›
Landmarks were lit up across the North West to raise awareness of Motor Neurone Disease.Read the full story ›
Reports of children being emotionally abused has soared according to a leading children's charityRead the full story ›
The local council says smoking remains the biggest single cause of early death in the boroughRead the full story ›
A campaign by NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people in the North West to register as blood donors this week for National Blood Week.Read the full story ›
Campaign for Abortion Law Modernisation publish figures showing the number of women travelling to the UK in 2016 for abortions.Read the full story ›
A former soldier from Rossendale, Lancashire, is walking the entire British mainland coastline to raise awareness of PTSD. Sam Doyle's struggled with the disorder since he served in Afghanistan. He says the walk will be therapeutic.
He will visit 283 towns as he travels clockwise around Britain. Sam, who also served with the French Foreign Legion, will be relying heavily on his army survival training to see him through the 7000 mile journey. He's expecting it to take him two years.
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