A year after the Arena bombing the Chief Constable of Greater Manchester is trying to reassure families he is doing all he can to bring those responsible to justice. On Tuesday (May 22nd) he will join some of them at a special service at Manchester cathedral. The Prime Minister will also be there. The Chief Constable shared his thoughts 12 months on with Lucy Meacock, starting with the families of those killed and injured:
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The Environment Agency say fish have returned to a stretch of the River Medlock in Greater Manchester after a major project to transform it back into its natural state.
Juvenile Brown Trout have been found at Clayton Vale following a quarter of a million pound project which began five years ago.
The increased presence of fish is seen as particularly encouraging as the Environment Agency and Manchester City Council are also installing baffles in the rivers to further help fish move up and down the river.
Nearly a year after 22 people were killed by the bomb at the Manchester Arena it's been revealed children as young as nine are still being treated for post traumatic stress.
And many people left traumatised say they're having to rely on charities for psychological support rather than the NHS.
One GP, whose stepson was killed in the attack, says he and his wife are having to fund their own treatment with money they've raised themselves. Meanwhile, the Warrington Peace Foundation charity say they've seen a 600% increase in calls since.
Sarah Rogers has been to meet those struggling to cope, one year on:
Details about the police investigation into the Manchester Arena bombing have been released by ahead of the anniversary of the attack.Read the full story ›
Manchester is preparing to mark a year since the terror attack at the city's Arena, which killed 22 people. Click for a programme of events.Read the full story ›
Police are searching for a missing man in Manchester.
29-year-old Stuart Andrew was last seen entering Kenworthy Woods near Chorlton Waterpark.
Police describe him as "high risk", and ask anyone with any information to call them on 0161 856 4275.
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