As the region prepares for Remembrance Sunday, Terence Monaghan and Colonel Mike Glover, two former members of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, talk about what the day means to them and about why we should all mark the day.
A £1.4million redevelopment of the Fusilier Museum in Bury will open its doors today.
The project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, includes a new home for the Fusilier Archive and the opening of a state-of-the-art conference and events space which includes a new exhibition area to display more of the museum's growing collection.
The official opening will conducted by Colonel Brian Gorski, Chairman of the board at The Fusilier Museum and Tiffany Hunt, North West Committee Chair for the Heritage Lottery Fund.
On October 25 a free family open day will take place for for Bury and Lancashire residents.
Find out more about the Museum here.
Family of soldier from Bury who was shot dead by a colleague trying to fix a jammed machine gun are demanding those responsible are sacked by the army.
An inquest ruled Fusilier James Wilkinson died as a result of poor safety practices during a live exercise in Kenya.
Corporal Jonathan Rodgers came to the rescue of 81 year old Derek Broome when he suffered a heart attack and collapsed in a bank. The Fusilier had only left his battalion in Cyprus 2 days earlier.
The pair were reunited in Fairfield Hospital, Bury. Derrick says he wouldn't have survived if it hadn't been for Jonathan's quick thinking. Jonathan was able to call on the CPR skills he'd learned during his tours of Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland to help until medics arrived.
Crowds gather in Rochdale for the homecoming parade of the 1st battalion of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
Around 90 members of the Fusiliers Association are going to London in a bid to save their Battalion.
Six members will hand in a petition to Downing Street against the disbandment of the 2nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers.
The members will then march from Downing Street to Parliament.