A For Sale sign has been hoisted outside Liverpool's landmark Royal Liver Building, which houses the likes of ITV and HSBC.Read the full story ›
A woman says she did not get enough money when an 18-year same-sex relationship ended because an ex-partner "misrepresented" her wealth.Read the full story ›
A father from the Isle of Man who dreamt he would win the lottery has watched his dream come true.
Phillip Poultney from Braddan went to his local supermarket to find out he'd won the Euromillions draw last Tuesday.
It was only when he double checked and saw all of the zeros, he realised he'd won £1million.
Phillip said he and wife Joanne are determined to not let the money go to their heads and continue bringing up their son and two daughters in a normal environment.
Police have warned of a new email scam which has targeted the region's university students.Read the full story ›
Email leak reveals Villa Marina and Gaiety Theatre general manager suspendedRead the full story ›
This is the hidden iPod scamming device found on a cash machine in Stockport as part of a plan to steal bank customer’s card and pin number.Read the full story ›
What impact is Chinese investment having in the North West?
Following President Xi Xinping's historic visit last year, Chinese investors have began to pour billions into Manchester.
But, as more and more Chinese citizens buy property in the city, there are concerns rents will rise and outprice locals.
Our political correspondent Daniel Hewitt has been investigating:
Labour will win in Manchester and Liverpool but will Theresa May's reported Mayors u-turn deny Tory victories in Cheshire and Lancashire?Read the full story ›
A teenage bricklayer who runs his own firm has been hit with a £40,000 quote to insure a secondhand van.Read the full story ›
Shoppers and traders at the famous Bury market have been getting to grips with the new five pound note.
It's printed on plastic and goes into circulation from September. The Bank of England's taking it on a nationwide tour so people can get used to how it looks and feels.
Adam McClean has been to Bury to find out for us.