Fans of 80's rock and roll star Shakin Stevens, take note. He's back! The man who brought us a string of hits including Green Door, A Rockin' Good Way and Oh Julie is back with a new album and is starting an extensive tour of the UK. The tour will take in dates in Warrington, Blackpool, Buxton and Salford Quays.
And he admits that even though he's been in the business for more than 40 years, he still gets a little nervous before performing.
The number of animal cruelty cases investigated by the RSPCA in the region has gone up. Merseyside, Greater Manchester and Lancashire are amongst the ten worst areas with more than 24 thousand cases in the last year. Even experienced staff like Vicky McDonald can be shocked by what they've seen.
A Lancashire student injured in the Westminster terror attack says he has no ill will towards the man who tried to kill him.
Owen Lambert said for a horrifying moment he thought two of his friends had been killed because he couldn't find them on the bridge.
The 18 year old who's from Morecambe has been left with a large cut on his head.
He's studying at Edge Hill University and was determined to go back to lectures today and says terrorists will never win.
Owen been speaking to our correspondent Elaine Willcox:
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A Lancashire student injured in the Westminster terror attack has been visited by the Prince of Wales.
Travis Frain was seriously injured, including a fractured leg and hand, after being hit by the car driven by attacker Khalid Masood.
The Prince of Wales had visited staff and patients at King's Hospital, where many of the injured were treated.
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Police say two more "significant arrests", including one in the North West, have been made in connection with the Westminster terror attack.
The Met's Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said the arrests were made in the North West and the West Midlands.
Four people died and at least 50 people were injured during the attack on Wednesday, with 31 requiring hospital treatment, Assistant Commissioner Rowley said.