A manager at a popular Indian restaurant in Manchester has died after what's thought to have been a dispute with a customer.
The coroner in the inquest into the death of nine month old Millie Thompson has begun summing up.
Relatives of the Dings who were stabbed to death have said it was "like the whole sky had fallen down" when they heard about the murders.
All nursery school staff should undergo paediatric first aid training, a coroner has said at the inquest of nine-month-old Millie Thompson.
The inquest heard that when Millie began coughing during her feed, the nursery supervisor - whose basic first aid certificate had expired - shouted for help and a colleague with paediatric first aid training proceeded to give the child back slaps.
While the inquest ruled that Millie suffered from a rare complication and nursery staff could not be criticised for not recognising the condition, coroner John Pollard called on the Government to make paediatric first aid training mandatory for all nursery school staff.
Mr Pollard said that he would write to the Education Secretary Michael Gove to ask that all nursery staff have such training, "as a matter of national importance".
A56 Deansgate has been closed due to unsafe building between A34 Bridge Street and St Mary's Street / St Ann Street.
Debris is coming off the roof of Waterstones. The road has been closed for safety.
George Osborne has announced new loans worth £1 billion to unblock housing developments including in Manchester and Leeds.
The jury in the Millie Thompson inquest have ruled her death was down to misadventure and not accident.
A driver has made a miraculous escape after a 70ft tree crashed into his windscreen in Manchester.
The driver, who just suffered cuts and bruises, had already escaped the van before firefighters arrived at the scene in Longsight this morning.
A Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “He was very lucky to escape with just cuts and bruises.
"We are expecting high winds throughout the day and are asking motorists to take extra care on the roads.”
A jury at the inquest of a baby who died at a nursery are due to resume deliberations later.
Millie Thompson choked on food and suffered complications.
The jury has gone out to consider its verdict at the inquest of a 9-month old girl who died after choking at nursery.
Millie Thompson died at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport after choking while she was being fed at the Ramillies Hall nursery in Cheadle Hulme.
The family of a Birmingham man who died outside a bar in Manchester are calling on the community and public to support them in a fight for their son's justice.
Neville and Sonia Webster have won the right to challenge a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute anyone for their son Julian's death.
He died in April 2009 after he was restrained by doormen at a Pitcher and Piano bar.
The Crown Prosecution Service have said it would be inappropriate to comment on the decision by a High Court Judge to grant permission for a judicial review into their decision not to prosecute anyone over the death of a Birmingham man in Manchester.
Julian Webster died in April 2009.
– CPS Statement
The High Court has granted permission to the family of Julian Webster to seek judicial review of the decision not to prosecute any person in relation to his tragic death.
As this matter will be considered by the court, it would not be appropriate to comment further at this time.