This report by Tim Scott was first broadcast on 15 October 2013
Final preparations are being made ahead of the unveiling of the long-awaited Frank Sidebottom statue. It will be revealed tomorrow at precisely 11.37am.
Two North West charities are among eight good causes to share more than £60,000 from Newman's Own Foundation, set up by actor Paul Newman.Read the full story ›
A caped crusader calling himself Captain Manchester has been seen on the streets of the city. So who is the man of mystery and is he for real? We sent Adam McClean to find out.
A charity says the north west's huge shortage of foster carers could easily be prevented.Read the full story ›
Final preparations are being made ahead of the official opening of a community centre named in memory of Rhys Jones.
11-year-old Rhys was killed in a shooting in 2007. His parents Melanie and Steve Jones will be joined by former Everton star Joe Royle for the opening tomorrow.
The family of a teenager who was murdered are holding Kieran Fest 2013, a music and poetry festival, in his honour. Kieran Crump Raiswell was killed in a random knife attack.
Workers at a leading cancer charity say they are devastated after their office in Liverpool was ransacked by thieves.
The North West Cancer Research offices were broken into at the weekend.
Anne Jackson, Chief Executive of NWCR said “The event that took place last night has shocked and upset the whole NWCR team.
It saddens me that a charity should be the victim of such a despicable crime and act of violence."
NWCR is a non-profit charity, money raised by the charity’s supporters funds vital and world-class cancer research at Liverpool, Bangor and Lancaster Universities.
Hundreds of athletes show their love of the cityRead the full story ›
Ten expensive dresses that were loaned to a cancer awareness fashion show at Manchester Airport are being given away.
The American company that owns them are looking for girls with life threatening illnesses to take them for their school-leaving prom.