Mild air but with rather cloudy skies and outbreaks of rainRead the full story ›
Fine on Sunday; wet and windy, but humid Monday; then turning unsettled.Read the full story ›
A warm weekend in any sunshine. Improving on Saturday after a cloudy damp start. Showery on Sunday after overnight rain.Read the full story ›
Kerrie has the forecast as we head closer towards the weekendRead the full story ›
Warm and humid to end the week with sunshine and heavy showersRead the full story ›
Sunshine accompanied by showers from Friday. These could be heavy and thundery at times. Staying warmRead the full story ›
Dry with sunny spells and feeling warm. Showers, possibly thundery, develop into tomorrow.Read the full story ›
The north west's newest mental health hospital has given us an exclusive look behind closed doors. The £40m Atherleigh Park Hospital in Wigan opened in March. It's run by the North West Boroughs Trust who say the number of individuals they've treated for mental ill health has risen by 15% in the last year - to almost 51 thousand. They say they hope their approach - of treating the body as well as the mind - will ensure patients get better care. Dr Stuart Reid is a Clinical Psychologist at the hospital.
Sale Sharks are deciding to flex their emotional muscles to battle the stigma attached to mental health.Read the full story ›
A Cumbrian zoo where almost 500 animals died within four years can stay open after councillors granted it a licence.
Two months ago a similar application from David Gill, the owner and founder of South Lakes Safari Zoo, was unanimously rejected after Government inspectors pointed out concerns over its management structure and veterinary care which it labelled "inadequate".
But Tuesday's application from Cumbria Zoo Company Limited (CZCL), which has operated the zoo since January, was approved after licensing committee members in Barrow-in-Furness were told the same inspection team was "highly encouraged" by improvements made under a new management team.