Salford and Eccles MP says she needs to spend more time with her family.
A man who raped his "highly vulnerable" victim over a nine-year period after he trafficked her into the UK has had his sentence increased.
A man and wife from Salford who kept a girl who is deaf and cannot speak as a slave in their cellar have been jailed.
A granny and her son are being hailed heroes after leaping to the rescue of a driver who became engulfed in flames at a petrol station.
The Manchester Evening News say the man was filling a bottle at a Morrison's in Eccles to use in his camper van cooker when it caught fire.
The blaze, thought to have been sparked by the hot weather then spread to his hands.
Luckily, Edith Ellison, 64, and her son Neil, 42, were on the forecourt, Edith smelt burning and shouted for her son who sprinted into the shop and got a fire extinguisher and put out the flames.
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Hundreds of protestors have been marching through Eccles in protest at cuts to mental health services. Campaigners from Bolton, Salford and Trafford took part in the rally. They're angry at proposals to reduce the number of beds by 20 percent over the next two years.
NHS England say they've been working solidly to ensure high quality care.
Greater MAnchester police are applying for Home Office funding to cover the cost of policing the Barton Moss anti-fracking protest, which has now run to £1.6m.
Police and crime commissioner Tony Lloyd has written to policing minister Damian Green appealing for financial help as the protests continue.
Environmental campaigners have been camped on land off Barton Moss Lane, in Eccles, since November in protest against test drilling for shale gas by IGas.
Mr Lloyd said: "This is being funded from the general police budget, which could be better spent on local policing."
“We don’t think this is unreasonable, particularly since central Government has made clear that fracking is a priority for them in coming years.
Police now believe that thieves who stole a cash machine by digging a 50ft tunnel, got away with £88,000.
An earlier estimate put the figure far lower, but a source says that number has been "revised up."
A police source has told ITV News that the cash machine stolen by tunneling thieves contained £60,000.
The gang dug a 50ft tunnel from wasteland to reach the Tesco Express store containing the machine.
The theft, in Eccles, happened last Friday.
A satellite image shows the wasteland, surrounding a Tesco Express store, from where thieves dug a 50ft tunnel to steal a cash machine.
It was stolen sometime between midnight and 6am on Friday.
A cash machine, stolen by thieves who dug a tunnel beneath it, is "out of service".
The facade of the machine is all that remains at a Tesco Express in Eccles.
The gang managed to dig a 50ft tunnel to commit the crime. Police say a 'significant amount' of money was stolen.
The theft happened between midnight and 6am on Friday.