Two brothers from Stockport who set up a market for teenagers are to create a website so others from around the country can do the same.
A man who repeatedly raped two young girls and spent more than a decade on the run has finally been brought to justice.
Police have released an efit after two masked men forced their way into a pensioner’s home in Stockport
Pictures of The Beatles having fun during a visit to the studio where animated film Yellow Submarine was made are expected to sell for more than £40,000.
The collection of previously unpublished colour transparencies of The Beatles show the Fab Four meeting their animated selves and laughing as they pretend to watch the film.
The images were taken at TVC Studios, in London, by freelance photographer Stephen Archetti.
Some 65 pictures of The Beatles are included in the collection of 161 transparencies taken by Archetti in late 1967 and early 1968.
The remainder of the collection features people involved in the production including director Jack Stokes, producer Al Brodax and master illustrator, designer and art director Heinz Edelmann.
The collection, which is to be sold with copyright, has been estimated at between £40,000-50,000.
It will go under the hammer at Omega Auctions, in Stockport, as part of a music memorabilia auction.
An inquest into the death of a baby who died after choking on food at a nursery in Cheadle Hulme has begun.
Nine month old Millie Thompson died in October 2012 whilst she was at Ramilies nursery.
Her parents have since set up a trust to teach parents first aid.
The inquest at Oldham Magistrates court is due to last three days.
A derelict three storey building in Stockport town centre has collapsed. The council say they are working with emergency services to ensure the site is safe.
– Station Manager Chris Mycock
We worked with the RSPCA and used our hydraulic platform to bring the cat down to safety.
We generally don't attend cat rescues unless there could be potential risk to life, whether that be a member of the public or someone from the RSPCA or another partner agency.
Although the RSPCA is more than capable of rescuing animals sometimes, like in this case, they didn't have the right equipment to be able to reach them.
A cat that has been stuck on a viaduct 90ft above Stockport has been rescued by the RSCPA and fire service. It was saved using a cage trap and retrieved using a cherry picker.
A campaign in Stockport is underway to celebrate the courage and daring of one of the 'Cockleshell Heroes'
Marine James Conway was involved in one of the most daring raids of World War two. He was later executed.
But in a letter sent home he said he hoped his actions would make the world a better place. And in that spirit a group of campaigners including his great niece want us to take part in good deed week. Sarah Rogers reports
A campaign's been launched in Stockport to celebrate the courage and daring of one of the 'Cockleshell Heroes', a group of Royal Marine canoeists who were behind one of the most daring raids of World War Two.
Marine James Conway, from Edgeley, was one of 12 marines who attacked German cargo ships in Bordeaux harbour in 1942. The 20-year-old succeeded in planting limpet mines on the ships but was executed for his part in the operation.
He'd written a letter to his family asking them to make the world a better place. And in that spirit a group of campaigners including his niece want to us to take part in a good deed week.
Former Marine Ken Brotherhood explains.
Police hunting a flasher who exposed himself to a number of women and teenage girls have made an arrest. A 17-year-old boy is being questioned on suspicion of indecent exposure.
Police believe a teenage offender has struck up to 11 times in the Heaton Moor area of Stockport since 24 October, including exposing himself six times in one day.
In the most sinister episode, the offender followed a mother and daughter as they walked round the side of the bowling green in Heaton Moor Park, at about 11.15am on Wednesday.
The victims were teenagers when they were plied with drink and drugs and subjected to serious sexual assaults. A judge in Manchester jailed the three men for total of 37 years. Police branded them despicable, and one of the victims said she feels her life has been destroyed.