A pensioner from Cheshire has used his passion for Meccano to create a tribute to a Warrington landmark.Read the full story ›
The Labour Party announces the winner of its Leadership Ballot later today. North West MP Andy Burnham had been tipped to win the contest early in the campaign. But that was before the surge in support for left-wing candidate Jeremy Corbyn. He is now believed to be the front-runner to be party leader despite warnings from senior Labour figures that the North London MP will make the party unelectable.
Voting closes in the Labour leadership race with the result expected to be announced on Saturday.Read the full story ›
More than 100 ecstasy tablets hidden in bottles of shampoo have been seized by police at the Creamfields festival.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs with intent to supply, after the seizure at the dance music event near Warrington.
Cheshire Police say the search was carried out by officers at the VIP entrance on Friday.
Thousands of people are attending the festival at the Daresbury site. It continues until Bank Holiday Monday.
A gymnast with a medical condition that's made her allergic to exercise has become a champion of British Disability Gymnastics. She's also been named Inspirational Woman of the Year. 20 year old Natasha Coates from Warrington told us about her remarkable achievements and how the condition started.
Warrington coach Tony Smith has effectively ruled Matty Russell out for the season with a second major ankle injury in four months.Read the full story ›
Calls to halt the Labour leadership race have been branded "unhelpful" after reports emerge of alleged "hard-left infiltration" of party.Read the full story ›
The final hustings in the Labour leadership campaign have been taking place in Warrington.
Leigh MP Andy Burnham is in second place in some of the polls, trailing surprise leader Jeremy Corbyn.
ITV correspondent Ashley Derricott reports.
Labour's leadership hopefuls are taking part in a North West hustings organised by the party in Warrington today.
The President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins, is visiting the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Centre in Warrington today. The centre was set up in memory of Tim and Johnathan the two boys killed when the IRA bombed the town in March 1993. The President will be welcomed by Tim's parents Colin and Wendy Pary.