A look at the week's weather detailsRead the full story ›
United Utilities has lifted the boiled water advice in further parts of Lancashire. People in Chorley, Preston and South Ribble no longer need to boil their tap water. A further 86,000 properties are included in the latest lift, bringing the total number of homes and businesses now able to use their water as normal to half of the original area.
To check which postcodes are now lifted, click here.
More than 250,000 residents are still having to boil their water, and United Utilities say they must check their postcode on their website.
CHECK YOUR POSTCODE HERE Customers can also call a freephone number on 0800 912 7241.
Rain reaches most parts on Sunday night. Showery on Bank Holiday Monday with the highest tides for 19 years at the west coastRead the full story ›
Thousands of BMX fans have been enjoying the thrills and spills of the track this weekend as Manchester played host to The British BMX Championships
It's the first time the event has been held in the city.
Chris Cunningham went to find out more:
Lancashire are the T20 Blast champions after a 13-run win over Northants in the final at Edgbaston.
The Lightning triumphed in their third final appearance to win their first limited overs trophy since 1999.
They set the Steelbacks a target of 167, the highest on a low-scoring Finals Day. Alex Davis top-scored with 47 off 26 balls to be named man of the match.
Lancashire had reached the final with a 6-wicket win over Hampshire.
James Faulkner, who starred with bat and ball in the semi-final, dislocated his finger in the final. The Australian all-rounder described it as "a day I'll never forget."
BMX racing fans enjoyed the thrills and spills when hundreds of riders hit the track in Manchester’s Platt Fields Park.Read the full story ›
A woman was told she had breast cancer, just months after a scan at a Lancashire hospital had given her the all clear.Read the full story ›
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