Police have made their first arrests using new hate crime policies aimed to protect those with alternative lifestyles.
Police have arrested 34 people suspected of being linked to drug dealing following a crackdown on the supply of drugs in North Manchester.
Greater Manchester Police is making preparations to police tomorrow's much-anticipated Manchester derby.
A police museum in Manchester was forced to close, after a burglar tried to break in.
Greater Manchester Police Museum had to shut on Tuesday after a window was smashed. But after bars across the windows stopped the would-be thief in his tracks, CCTV showed him trying to kick through a door instead.
A member of staff was called to the museum on Newton Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter about 1am after an alarm triggered.
A man was spoken to by police at the scene and later arrested in the Cheetham area after officers viewed security footage. He is being questioned on suspicion of attempted burglary.
A convicted robber has gone on the run from a prison in Lancashire.
Barry Taun, 32, was serving an indeterminate sentence after committing robbery in 2007 in Fallowfield, Greater Manchester.
He went missing from Kirkham prison, near Preston, on Sunday.
Police say he has links to Fallowfield, Withington and Stockport.
Officers say he is known to be violent and the public should not approach him.
Anyone with information about where he is should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A man has been charged following a small explosion in Bolton.
Martin Middleton, 26, of Hartfield Walk, Bolton has been charged with causing an explosion likely to endanger life. He was due to appear at Bolton Magistrates today.
Shortly after 1.20pm on Sunday January 13, police were called by paramedics who had received reports a man had seriously injured his hand.
When police arrived they found a 26-year-old man had suffered a serious hand injury during an explosion at a house on Lea Gate, Bolton.
Greater Manchester Police have launched the UK's first location-based phone app for policing.
The force says the app will allow people to contact them straight from their phone app and have easy access to local police information.
A father's appealing for help to break a wall of silence protecting his son's killer.
Halton McCollin was gunned down at a takeaway in Greater Manchester in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity.
Five years on from his death, his father says he feels a chill down his spine thinking about the gunman, and his accomplices, feeling no remorse for taking an innocent life.