An urban explorer has captured what could be some of the last pictures taken of the old Coronation Street set, as bulldozers demolish it.Read the full story ›
Corrie writers worked with the Survivors charity to develop the script, and it's hoped it'll encourage more people to seek help.Read the full story ›
The 22 victims of the Manchester Arena bombing have been remembered with a permanent memorial on the new Coronation Street set.Read the full story ›
Coronation Street star Malcolm Hebden, who plays Norris Cole, is taking a break from the show.
The 78-year-old first appeared in the soap as the much-loved character in 1994.
Before being cast as Norris, who works in The Kabin, he played another Weatherfield character, Carlos, in 1974.
An ITV source as saying that the Chester-born actor, known for his busybody alter-ego, is currently away from the soap and "bosses do not know when he will be back".
Talking about his classic character, Hebden previously said:
I quite enjoy making people laugh. And children seem to like Norris. Perhaps he reminds them of their grandad.
A sign language choir are set to star in Coronation Street.
Later this month Warrington BSL Signing Choir will appear on screens in a Christmas episode of the soap.
Paul Crone visited them on the cobbled streets.
Ex-Coronation Street star Bruno Langley has said the sexual assaults he carried out were "dreadful" but insisted he is not a danger.Read the full story ›
Sir Michael Parkinson has warned that Coronation Street is "in danger of becoming just another formulaic soap".Read the full story ›
Coronation Street Executive Producer Kieran Roberts is leaving after 16 years with the show and nearly 34 years with ITV.Read the full story ›
Stars of Coronation Street have gathered for the funeral of much-loved soap actress Liz Dawn.Read the full story ›
The funeral of Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn will take place at 2pm on Friday October 6 at Salford Cathedral, her family have said.
The service will be conducted by Father Brendan Curley, the former dean of Salford Cathedral and a friend of Dawn and her family, alongside the cathedral's current dean, Father Michael Jones.
Following the funeral, the family will have a private family committal.
Dawn, who played Vera Duckworth in the ITV soap for more than 30 years, died on Monday aged 77, her family said in a statement.