The Isle of Man Commonwealth Games team have won their first medal at the Gold Coast.
Tim Kneale won silver for his performance in Shooting, losing out to Scotland's David McMath by four targets.
When interviewed after his win Tim said, "It's a great feeling to be here, to wear the Three Legs and represent the island."
A man and woman have been shot in the legs in Merseyside. Police also found a car on fire as they responded to reports of gunshots.Read the full story ›
Investigations are underway after a man was shot tonight in Greater Manchester.
Police were called to Pleasant Street in Heywood shortly after 7pm last night to reports a man had been wounded in the leg.
The victim was taken to hospital for treatment, but his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Officers are now searching for the offender and say a large police presence will be in the area ‘for some time’.
A man is in critical condition after being shot as he sat in the back of a taxi. It happened in Liverpool on Sunday night.Read the full story ›
Police are investigating after two men were shot in Huyton area of Liverpool on Monday night.
Police were called to Lincombe Road at around 9.20pm, where they found two men in their 20’s with wounds to the leg, believed to be from a shotgun.
They have been taken to hospital for treatment to their injuries, which are described as non-life threatening.
This was a brazen attack and we are determined to bring the person or people responsible to justice.
We will not tolerate the use of guns on the streets of Huyton or anywhere in Merseyside and we will do all we can to protect communities from the criminals who use them.
Police are asking anyone with information to come forward "so we can take those responsible off the streets and put them before the courts".
Anyone with information is asked to contact the gun crime hotline on 0800 230 0600, @MerPolCC, 101 quoting number 1040 or @CrimestoppersUK anonymously.
The family of James Meadows have been talking of their unbearable grief. The teenager should have been celebrating his 18th birthday today. Instead his family are making an appeal to help find his killer. He was riding pillion on a motorbike when he was shot on a Sunday evening (October 8).
It’s a time that James should be celebrating and having fun with his much loved family and friends. Instead of the celebratory plans we had made and the presents we had bought for him, which we can’t give to him, we will be visiting his grave with cards and flowers.
We should be watching him enjoy himself and living his life to the full, instead as a family we are unable to do this with James being tragically and cruelly taken away from us at such a young age.
As a family the void of James not being with us is still unbearable. Each day we expect and wait for him to walk through the door.
We appeal to anyone with a conscience to please come forward and provide information to the police. We will never get our beloved James back but justice for James will help our family to come to terms with this living nightmare that we find ourselves in.
Anyone with information should search their consciences and come forward, either directly to the investigation team, or you can pass information anonymously through Crimestoppers, a charity completely independent of the police.
“We are particularly keen to speak to anyone in the area of Lyme Cross Road on the evening of Sunday, 8 October, or anyone who saw a dark coloured hatchback car, possibly a Mercedes, on the Longview or Hillside estate.
A murder investigation has been launched after the death of 17-year-old James Meadows, who was critically injured in Huyton last night.
A post mortem will now be carried out and James's family have been informed.
Officers were initially called to Lyme Cross Road at 9.40pm to reports that a 17-year-old male pillion passenger on a motorbike had fallen off and suffered a head injury. The rider of the bike failed to stop.
James was taken to hospital where a scan uncovered that he had a head wound consistent with having been shot.
House-to-house and CCTV enquiries have been carried out in the local area. A search of the area remains ongoing and high visibility patrols have also been stepped up.
Anyone who saw or heard anything suspicious is asked to call detectives on 0800 230 0600 or the Crimestoppers line, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
I would urge anyone who was in the area of Lyme Cross Road at around 9.30pm last night who may have seen the motorbike travelling at speed to contact us.
The rider of the bike left the scene and I would ask them, or anyone who knows them, to contact us as a matter of urgency as they may have information which is vital to our investigation.
I know that incidents such as this do cause concern but I want to reassure the community that we are doing everything we can to find those responsible and bring them to justice.
Criminals involved in gun crime have no regard for anyone else and I would urge the local community to come together to help us take a stand against the use of firearms and violence on our streets and report anything they saw or heard to us so we can take action."
Police appeal for information following the discovery of two pushbikes and are investigating if they maybe linked to Yusuf Sonko's murderRead the full story ›
Merseyside Police have announced that officers investigating the murder of Yusuf Sonko have arrested a male today, Monday 5th June.
A 17-year-old from Toxteth has been arrested on suspicion of murder and taken to a police station where he will be questioned.
Police in Merseyside have called for communities to "stand together" against gun crime as a teenager was killed in the third shooting in the area in two days.
Yousef Sonko, 18, was shot in the street in Toxteth on Friday night.
The murder came after two men were injured in separate shootings in the Fazakerley and Seaforth areas on Thursday.
Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Richardson said: "We need to stand together to get these cowardly individuals off our streets and take firearms out of circulation. We need to build up an evidential picture.
"It is absolutely key in order to reduce the threat by taking firearms, as well as the people using those firearms, off our streets.
"If you have any information in relation to the whereabouts of firearms on Merseyside please contact us, we will act on all information.
"There is no place for firearms, or those who use them and bring fear to our communities, on our streets.
"We need members of the public to come forward with information so we can keep our streets safe and put these cruel and callous individuals who are causing pain in our communities behind bars."
Armed officers and ambulances were called to Tagus Street, at the rear of Lodge Lane, at about 8.30pm on Friday after Mr Sonko was found injured in the street.
He was taken to hospital but died a short time later.
Mr Richardson said: "The investigation is in its early stages and extensive inquiries are being carried out to establish any potential motive and to identify those responsible for this young man's tragic and untimely death.
"This was a cold blooded, targeted attack which has taken away the life of an 18-year-old man, who should have had the rest of his life to look forward to. A family has been shattered and their lives will never be the same again, we need to find those responsible.
"No mother, or father, expects to bury their child at the age of 18 years and I can't begin to imagine what this young man's family are going through, and our family liaison officers are currently providing them with specialist support.
Yusuf was dearly loved by all who knew him, his cheeky smile and charisma could light up any room.
"He was family orientated, kind, loving, and intelligent, his memory will live on in our hearts forever.
"His parents, brothers and sisters have been left with an unfillable void. "We ask anyone with information to please come forward and help us in our search for justice."