One man has died and three others have been injured after motorbikes crashed during a race in the Isle of Man.
A statement from the Southern 100 race organisers say 26-year-old James Cowton from Driffield, Yorkshire, died from his injuries on Thursday evening.
Three other riders are in Nobles hospital, Douglas - one is critically injured.
An investigation is ongoing into the crash, with a large number of witnesses spoken to.
It follows TT racer William Dunlop's fatal crash at the Skerries 100 in Dublin last week.
A woman has been critically injured after falling from the upper floor of John Lewis in Cheadle.
Police and paramedics were called to the department store, off Wilmslow Road, at 7.20pm.
The woman, who fell from the upper level to the ground floor, is currently being treated for serious injuries.
She is understood to have fallen from the internal balcony inside the store.
There's one year to go until the Netball World Cup will be coming to Liverpool.
The city will host the world's top 16 teams at the ACC arena.
The teams will be selected through both International Netball Federation (INF) world rankings and regional qualifying tournaments, with the final list of teams to be confirmed in September 2018.
As host nation, England automatically qualified for the tournament, along with the top five ranked teams; Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, South Africa and Malawi.
They will be joined by Scotland, Northern Ireland, Samoa and Fiji all of whom qualified through their respective Regional Qualifier events earlier in 2018.
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A Cheshire dance teacher is running a ballet class for people over 55.
The Silver Swans class is attracting ballet novices and those with experience including a former ballet dancer who is 87.
Rachel Pritchard went along to find out more.
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