High pressure builds. Weather settles down. Temperatures riseRead the full story ›
Drier into Sunday. Warm and humid on Monday. Kerrie has the detail for the next few daysRead the full story ›
Fewer showers into Sunday and feeling warmer. Warmer still into Monday but at this stage rather cloudy with rain risk laterRead the full story ›
Showery today. Drier and a little warmer on SundayRead the full story ›
Macclesfield Town are off to London to face York in the final of the FA Trophy, which they last held 21 years ago.
The murals at the Moss Rose tell the stories of the club's love affair with the trophy - and it could be time for a new photo on the wall.
Chris Hall reports:
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Workers at a train maintenance company, based in Crewe, are to stage a 24-hour strike in a dispute over pay. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union at Arriva TrainCare will walk out later. The RMT said the company was not prepared to negotiate pay because it was not the recognised union for its employees.
The company should wake up and take notice of the anger amongst their workforce over the pay issue.
Instead they have ignored their staff and offered an insulting increase that systematically undermines our members' standard of living.
Police have been called in to investigate the deaths of 15 babies at the Countess of Chester hospital.
They will also look into six further cases where babies had potentially life-threatening heart or breathing problems.
Only six months ago a report into the hospital by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health gave 24 recommendations for improvement.
The report also highlighted concerns over blotches on the bodies of some of the babies who had died which doctors couldn't explain.
There is still a mystery about what's gone wrong - and the police need to establish if any of the deaths were due to unnatural causes.
Our correspondent Elaine Willcox reports.
Hundreds of people have turned out to say farewell to a war veteran who had no surviving family
96 year old Harry Wheeler died at a care home in Macclesfield. He served with the Royal Marines in the second world war.
Well wishers attended Macclesfield Crematorium after a Facebook campaign.
Absolutely blown away. It was initially just a handful of people.
And that was it. We couldn't even fill a seven-seater limo. And they're bursting at the seams aren't they.
Just can't describe it absolutely blown away with everything.
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