Some uncertainties as we head into the new week. Blustery, wet start with the main wind event on Tuesday night. Hill snow possible ThursdayRead the full story ›
Sub-Tropical air moves in from the west, but it's mild and damp - meaning rather cloudy, rain at times, breezy with hill fogRead the full story ›
The best of super league will be taking on their Australian counterparts this weekend. On Sat 18th February Grand Final runners up, Warrington Wolves take on the Brisbane Broncos in the World Series. The following day champions Wigan Warriors will face Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. Both North West sides know its a chance to show the Australians what they can do. Lets hear the views of both sides. Starting with Andre Savelio from Warrington and Liam Farrell from Wigan.
A damp night for many areas. Drying up during Friday. Mild and breezy weekendRead the full story ›
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 little girl received the biggest applause of the night when she took to the catwalk at a Help for Heroes fashion show.
Little Maya Turner, from Burscough, Lancashire, was the star of the show because her quick thinking probably saved save the life of her mum, Michelle.
Manchester United entertain Saint Etienne in the last 32 of the Europa League. The Reds manager admits he does have greater ambitions for his team... but tonight's match at Old Trafford is all important for his players
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A woman who had a double lung transplant is celebrating the fifth anniversary of her operation.
Young mother Natalie Kerr, from Adlington in Lancashire, is marking the milestone with a party to raise funds for Wythenshawe Hospital. Its a thank you for the care she's received there.
She wants people to think about becoming donors and says she sees the five years since the transplant as a bonus for her and her two children Brandon and Isabelle.
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.