Pathology evidence has continued at the resumed inquests into those who died at Hillsborough.Read the full story ›
Tuesday's inquests heard pathology evidence relating to four of the 96 victims of the Hillsborough disaster.Read the full story ›
A court has heard that a victim who was taken out of an ambulance because he was thought to have died, could have still been alive.Read the full story ›
Police tracing a number of people who they believe may be able to help at the Hillsborough inquests have revealed that three of the people featured in the appeal are actually the same person.
Officers say the audio and visual teams spent some considerable time in tracking the movements of the three people in the appeals and have concluded it is the same person. It's thought this person has assisted a number of the deceased and the inquests in Warrington are very keen to speak to him. See all of the pictures here.
"We have been able to establish through forensic work that appeals 32, 38 and 64 are likely to be the same person.
"We believe this man could have assisted many people on the day of the disaster and we would really like to identify him.
"If anybody recognises who this person is then I would appeal for them to get in touch with us.
"The response to the coronial appeals has been very good and we are grateful for the help we have so far received.
"A number of appeals remain outstanding, all of which are available to view on our website."
A victim of the Hillsborough disaster may have been alive when she was carried from a pen, the inquests have heard.Read the full story ›
A young woman who died in the Hillsborough disaster might have been saved if she had been taken out of the pen sooner, a court has heard.Read the full story ›
The inquests heard more testimony from medical experts Dr Jasmeet Soar and Dr Jerry Nolan.Read the full story ›
Medical experts have told the Hillsborough inquests more people could have survived if they'd been removed from the crush quicker.Read the full story ›
The jury in the Hillsborough Inquests has been hearing about the last moments of Henry Burke.Read the full story ›
A nurse, who only came forward last month, has been telling the Hillsborough Inquests about how she helped Stephen O'Neill.Read the full story ›