These are some of the first pictures of the newly hatched sharks. They are part of a breeding programme at the Sealife Centre. They will grow to a metre eventually - they feed four times a day to keep their development on track.
Residents in the Trafford area of Manchester are celebrating after being given 30-thousand pounds to improve their area. The money will be used plant to flower beds and paint shops in Gorse Hill.
A High Court judge has ruled that a decision made to grant planning approval to a biomass plant proposal in Trafford by the Communities Secretary Eric Pickles was sound. The judgement was made in the Manchester Civil Court on 24 February 2014.
Jon England, project manager at Peel Energy, said: “We now intend to focus our attention on completing the work necessary for the plant to be built so it can start generating renewable electricity for the homes and businesses of Greater Manchester.”
The Breathe Clean Air Group say they're disappointed: The reality of today’s decision means that an incinerator almost as tall as the Chill Factore will be built opposite the stadium of Salford Reds and Sale Sharks Rugby Clubs and only 500m from the nearest homes. It will be a smiling assassin.
The site is partially located in an Air Quality Management Area, where plans should be in place to reduce air pollution for public safety, not add to it.
Fans of Coronation Street could soon walk along the famous cobbles after filming moves to a new site.
ITV is considering a planning application which could see the Quay Street set in Manchester opened to the public for a six month period.
Production of the soap will move to new studios in Trafford early next year.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian died following a collision with a car in Trafford Park. At about 11.20pm on Friday 18 October 2013, police were called to Wharfside Way in Trafford Park following reports a black Audi S3 had hit with a 44-year-old pedestrian.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and remains in police custody for questioning.
The Home Office has revealed it is piloting a new drug testing scheme at the club where a man died last weekend.
Nick Bonnie, who was a charity worker, collapsed after taking an unknown substance at the Warehouse Project in Trafford.
Detectives are investigating the suspected drugs-related death of royal charity worker who collapsed in a club in Trafford.
The parents of charity worker Nick Bonnie who died after collapsing at a Manchester nightclub have paid tribute to their son. The 30-year-old's death is suspected to be drugs related.
Andy and Pauline Bonnie told ITV News' Dan Rivers he "touched so many old and young".
Mrs Bonnie, a drugs rehabilitation worker, also appealed for people to avoid illegal substances.
"If anybody's thinking or offered or believes that it's a good thing to take drugs it isn't.
"Drugs destroy people's lives, the impact it's having for our family is a permanent one, and I don't think we'll never get over it...he was a special boy."
The family of the man who died after collapsing at a music venue in Trafford have paid tribute to him.30 year old Nick Bonnie from Gloucestershire died at the weekend after becoming ill at a club in Trafford. His family say his death has devastated them.
They go on to say that, "Nick was known by many as having a big heart, big personality and the most infectious smile ..... Our lives and all those who were blessed to share a part in his life, are broken. Our life will never be the same without Nick and he will never be forgotten."