After the warmest June spell on over 40 years this week ends on a cooler, breezier and more unsettled noteRead the full story ›
It's 'all change' from today. A fresher, breezier and more unsettled weather story in the run up to the weekend. Kerrie has the latest....Read the full story ›
Some of the biggest names in world cycling are on the Isle of Man for the National Road Championships which begin later.
Manx heroes Peter Kennaugh and Mark Cavendish are due to compete in Sunday's Road Race. The action kicks off with the Time Trial event.
There are warnings of a fresh wave on strikes on railways in our region over the issue of driver-only trains.
Chief officers from RMT branches at Merseyrail and Arriva Trains North are meeting later London to agree their next move in the long-running dispute with the rail operators over the plans to remove guards from trains.
The rail operators say driver-only trains are the safest and most efficient way forward.
But unions say it'll impact on passenger safety. Previous industrial action was suspended because of the terror attack on Westminster.
There are warnings of a fresh wave of strikes on railways in our region over the issue of driver-only trains.
Two major rail companies - Arriva Trains North and Merseyrail - plan to introduce new trains over the coming years which operate without guards.
The rail operators say driver-only trains are the safest and most efficient way forward. Rob Smith reports.
The famous Iron Men statues on Crosby beach have been given a makeover after someone painted clothes onto the sculptures.
It's understood the Anthony Gormley sculptures were given the new look on Friday and Saturday night.
Reports of children being emotionally abused has soared according to a leading children's charityRead the full story ›
Normally Lassie finds people stuck down a well - but this time a local builder took on that role after hearing the noise of kittens in distress.
Anthony McDerby found four kittens stuck over half a metre down the well. Their eyes closed shut with infection, the kittens were covered in dirt.
Anthony boxed them up and immediately took them to a vets, where volunteers at the Woodlands Animal Sanctuary in Holmeswood near Southport fed them through the day and night.
The Sanctuary relies on public support and are hosting their first Wild Western Open day on Sunday 25 June, where visitors can meet all the animals and learn more about the work they do.
You can find out more about the work of Woodlands Animal Sanctuary here
Police investigating the murder of Joseph McKeever in Liverpool last week have issued an appeal for witnesses.Read the full story ›
Noughties pop stars Atomic Kitten are to headline Liverpool's Pride Festival next month.Read the full story ›