Temperatures this coming weekend about 7 degrees up on last weekend's highsRead the full story ›
Mild with sunshine and showers, cloudier with rain by tonight.Read the full story ›
A sixth man has been charged with assaults at Underley Hall School in Kirkby Lonsdale.Read the full story ›
Record levels of hate crime were reported by most police forces in England and Wales in the aftermath of last year's EU referendum according to new analysis. Greater Manchester was one of three forces that recorded more than a thousand incidents in the three months up to September 2016. Provisional figures on hate crimes published by the Home Office in October 2016 suggested that offences in July 2016 were 41% higher than in the previous year.
A human rights organisation has said the country should prepare for the possibility of further spikes in offences once the Brexit process has begun.
It is clear a small minority of people used the Brexit vote to legitimise inexcusable racism and prejudice. We cannot allow such intolerable acts of hate to be condoned or repeated.
Find out how the weather shapes up this Valentine's dayRead the full story ›
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Maya Turner, who saved her mum's life when she collapsed at home, is hoping every child in the country will know what to do in an emergency.
The little girl from Lancashire dialled 999.
She's helped produce an information card.
It'll be given out in schools... so others will know exactly how to react in similar circumstances.
England's finest squash players are in Manchester for the National Championships. Lancashire's own Laura Massaro - current England No.1 and World No.5 - is the favourite to retain her title and win the tournament for a fourth time.
The tournament is taking place at the National Squash Centre in Etihad Campus . The main draw takes place later with semi-finals to be played on Saturday before finals day on Sunday 12 February.
A hospital trust put into Special Measures in 2014 after the death of a number of babies has now been rated "Good" by the health watchdog.
Inspectors have found that the University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay has made significant progress across most services.
They include Maternity, Gynaecology and End of Life services. Amanda Stanford is from the Care Quality Commission.
Charities are calling for a complete overhaul of medical assessments which tribunals show make too many wrong decisions.Read the full story ›