A man who sexually assaulted a woman on a street in Manchester has been jailed.Read the full story ›
The first ever UK touring production of the award-winning production opened in Manchester on Thursday. We met some of the cast.Read the full story ›
Keith Brown spent more than 40 years as a trucker - so it was fitting that his final journey was on the back of his beloved lorry.Read the full story ›
Animal welfare charity the RSPCA is investigating after a cat was shot in Merseyside.Read the full story ›
A schoolboy from Manchester has been hailed a hero after saving a toddler’s life using CPR skills he had learned a week before at school.Read the full story ›
A selection of events will take place in Manchester today to mark World Aids day.
There will be film screenings, exhibitions, a faith service and much more. The centrepiece for the commemorations is Sackville Gardens by the Beacon of Hope – the national HIV/AIDS memorial.
A candlelit procession and vigil will take place in the evening.Every December the world remembers those who have been lost to HIV/AIDS, and there will be a minute's silence at the vigil.
A disciplinary hearing into a senior officer at Greater Manchester Police is expected to conclude later.
Assistant Chief Constable Rebekah Sutcliffe will face charges that she's breached professional standards regulations.
The misconduct hearing is taking place at the force headquarters
THE devastating consequences of drink driving will be highlighted as part of a campaign by Lancashire police.Read the full story ›
Police are still trying to trace a road rage motorist and the truck he used to reverse into a lorry.
The incident, caught on CCTV, happened on November 9 at noon after two vehicles collided as they accessed a busy motorway.
Footage showed two men in a large lorry and a man in a pick-up truck on the M62 in Eccles exchanging numbers on the hard shoulder, moments before the abuse started.
Earlier Greater Manchester Police tweeted it had since located the truck, but still needed to trace the driver.
However, the force have now said said the vehicle had in fact not been found, and investigations continue.
Three children have been seriously injured after a dog attack in Greater Manchester.
Police were called to a house in Moston this afternoon.
Three children and an adult are thought to have been attacked by the American-Bulldog.
All four have been taken to hospital. Police say the dog has now been seized.