Over the last month our reporter Daniel Hewitt has spent time with 2 families barely getting by, despite the fact both parents are in work.Read the full story ›
Working families have been telling how low wages and rising prices are pushing them into poverty.
Granada Reports correspondent Daniel Hewitt has been exploring the rise in the number of children growing up in poverty, even though their parents are working.
Val Coles and her son Michael live in Morecambe in a flat above the shop where she works.
A bus company says services will run as normal on Tuesday after a new pay agreement was tabled with unions.
Arriva North West says unions will ballot drivers and engineers over the deal early next week.
Members of the GMB and Unison had announced a series of strikes across the region in the weeks before Christmas.
“We are pleased that the unions have agreed to cancel strike action on Tuesday 12 December.
“We believe our latest offer guaranteeing a two year pay rise represents a fair and decent deal for our drivers and hope the pay offer is accepted by our staff and we can return to delivering the best possible service to our passengers and the local economy.”
The EU's Economic and Financial Affairs Council has not placed the Isle of Man on a blacklist of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man's Women's Aid charity are asking people to donate to their fundraising page to raise money for new children's toys.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man Department of Health and Social Care have delivered new leaflets to residents who depend on the Meals on Wheels scheme.Read the full story ›
Royal Bank of Scotland is to close 62 RBS branches and 197 NatWest outlets will by mid 2018.Read the full story ›
NatWest and the Royal Bank of Scotland will be closing over 250 of its branches by mid 2018. Find out if your local branch is affected.Read the full story ›
The Isle of Man Treasury has published a public consultation asking if hours for those claiming benefits should be increased.Read the full story ›
People who've lost their life savings in a property development that's never happened will have been watching a court case today very carefully.
It all centres on the future of Liverpool's New Chinatown.
The City Council and the Developer have been at loggerheads over who owns the leases that would allow the scheme to be built.
Apartments and shops in the project have already been sold to mainly foreign investors living in Hong Kong and China.
But work has stalled and it's claimed most of the money has gone.
Liverpool Council wants the leases back to get the project delivered.
Matt O'Donoghue has been following this case: