The remains of a Giant Deer have been scientifically dated 100 years after first being displayed on the Isle of Man.Read the full story ›
Thomas Thwaites used specially-made prostheses to live as a goat in the Alps for three days.Read the full story ›
Stargazers are in for an annual treat as a spectacular meteor shower is set to light up the night skies.Read the full story ›
This video shows Saturn and its rings in the night sky... and amazingly it was taken on a mobile phone from a garden in Salford.Read the full story ›
Coronation Street actress Cath Tyldesley investigates the diet industry - are quick-fix diets a sensible solution for long-term health?Read the full story ›
Manchester isn't only the home of two rather large football teams - it's also home to some of the most ground breaking scientific discoveries including splitting the atom and the invention of the computer.
And more recently the discovery of graphene - the strongest, thinnest material in the world. That's lead to Manchester being named European City of Science for 2016.
Tim Scott reports.
Island becomes first nation in its entirety to be granted UNESCO achievementRead the full story ›
Watch: This is the moment a mysterious UFO is spotted ‘hovering’ in the skyRead the full story ›
A team at Salford University says it has developed a machine which can predict sports results using a series of algorithms.Read the full story ›
It's claimed years of conservation could be put at risk after the government approved a raft of new licences here in the North West to explore for shale gas. The 28 new licences could pave the way for more controversial fracking from Cheshire to South Cumbria. It would be one of the most intensive areas for fracking in Britain. Despite considerable opposition, the government says 'it's time to press ahead with shale gas, providing secure, home grown energy for decades to come'. This assessment now from our correspondent, Elaine Willcox.