The University of Salford attempts new world record for the largest collection of different models of mobile brought to a public event
Technology giant Hewlett-Packard plans to cut more than 1,100 jobs at a number of UK sites in the new year including in Warrington.
Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin tells Tory Party Conference that HS2 will give the transport system a much needed 'heart bypass'
A village in Lancashire is to become the first rural community to benefit from a multi million pound broadband project for the county. Belthorn will see the installation of a superfast hub for the community's two hundred and forty properties.
Keating Supercars, based in Bolton, are one of our region's business success stories - they make rather fast cars for those who can afford them.
Now there's not much scope for getting your foot down on UK roads.
But next month Keatings' latest car - appropriately named the Bolt - will be heading to Dubai in the hope of breaking the world land speed record.
Tim Scott reports:-
Manchester United latest annual results confirm the club's rapid commercial expansion.
With new deals being announced on almost a weekly basis, it is no surprise commercial revenues have risen a staggering 29.7% to £152.5million for the year ended June 30, 2013.
It is the most significant rise in an overall 13.4% increase in turnover to a club record of £363.2million.
The club's debt has fallen by 10.9% to £389.2million.
The Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester, MOSI, is celebrating its 30th anniversary at its current site this weekend. The museum first opened at Liverpool Road on 15 September 1983, and is now one of the most visited museums outside London.
A free event to educate people living around Windermere about protecting the lake is being held at Fallbarrow Park.
Organisers will be explaining the problem of high phosphate levels in the water and highlighting simple things people can do to help improve the situation.
The event is free and runs from 10am to 1pm.
Burnley has been named the most enterprising place in the UK.
It has beaten hundreds of locations for the prestigous award, recognising investment in regeneration, business and education.
Prince Charles added his congratulations to the town saying it was a sign of its pioneering spirit.
Our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue reports.