Rain clearing to sunny spellsRead the full story ›
Cloudier skies and showery rain overnight into Sunday morning. Improving through the day. Dry but very warm from TuesdayRead the full story ›
Your northwest pollen forecast for the next few daysRead the full story ›
Dry and warm, with sunny spells saturday. Rain into Sunday before improving from the west. Very warm into next weekRead the full story ›
Becoming dry overnight with a fine and fresher day on Saturday - the best day of the weekend. Rising temperatures as we head into next weekRead the full story ›
Your northwest pollen forecast for the weekend aheadRead the full story ›
Rain clearing Friday to leave a dry, fine and less humid feel into Saturday. Wet and breezy spell initially on Sunday but it should improveRead the full story ›
Gunshots fired in Kilmane Avenue Blackley, Greater ManchesterRead the full story ›
A woman from Liverpool who scooped millions on the lottery, says she's delighted the win means she can now afford the pair of slippers she'd been saving up for.
69 year old Jane Lewis won almost 4 and a half million pounds. She says she still can't quite believe she's a millionaire.
For most of us a shed is a fairly tatty building at the bottom of the garden where we keep tools and junk. But that's certainly not the case for one shed owner on Merseyside.
This is the Owl House by Tracy Lewis from Hightown, Sefton. And her rather spectacular design has won her the Eco Category in the 2015 annual Shed of the Year competition... Resembling an owl due to the unique curved wooden window frames, its made entirely from cob, recycled plywood and collected recycled glass bottles and even has a grass roof. Used for relaxing in, it contains a bed and comfy chairs and overlooks the dunes at Hightown.