Its been revealed that the birthday of a murdered schoolgirl from Warrington will be a memorial day to remember victims of so called 'honour killings'.
17 year old Shafilea Ahmed was killed by her parents in 2003 because they thought she'd brought shame on the family.
A charity has campaigned for 14th July to be a memorial day to commemorate her.
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The chancellor was taken by surprise at a paper factory in Warrington, when he was nearly hit in the face by a tube delivering packing paper.
Mr Osborne, the MP for Tatton, seemed to see the funny side.
A grey seal found stranded on a farmer's field 20 miles from the coast is being cared for at an animal hospital in Norfolk.
The seal - nicknamed Dumbledore - was discovered on a farm in Merseyside. It's thought he'd got stuck there after swimming inland.
He was taken to the RSPCA centre near King's Lynn - where he's being treated for pneumonia.
Stuart Leithes has this report.
A seal rescued from a field in Newton le Willows has been described as exhausted and is now being assessed at a wildlife centre.
Police, fire officers and a local farmer earlier herded the seal onto an RSPCA trailer.
The seal has now been taken to the RSPCA's wildlife hospital in Stapley Grange, Nantwich, for assessment.
Once fully recovered they hope to release the seal back into its natural habitat.
Firefighters and police have joined forces to rescue a seal which became stranded in a field in Newton-le-Willows.
It's believed the seal may have swum upstream after being in the Mersey estuary.
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A rescue is underway for a seal found in a field near Newton le Willows in Cheshire.
A dog walker came across the seal in the middle of a field at Red Bank Farm.
Police say they have contained the seal and representatives from the British Diver Marine Life Rescue Service are making their way to the scene.
It's believed the seal arrived in the field via a stream.
Staff at a Warrington department store have paid tribute to a much-loved colleague who died from cancer - and they've named a stockroom in her honour.
Lesley Wilbourne was a popular sales assistant at Debenhams in Golden Square and since losing her, friends and colleagues have raised money in her memory for Macmillan Cancer Support and also put up a plaque in her honour.
They have dedicated their cosmetics stockroom, where Lesley was known to take charge, to their friend and decided that from now on it will be known as Lesley’s Room.
Lesley had been at Debenhams since it opened and they all loved her there.
“They’ve been fantastic since she passed away, and they all came to the funeral.
"They all thought so much of her, it brings a lump to my throat."
Warrington Town's FA Cup goal hero Craig Robinson says the town is "buzzing" for their clash with conference high-fliers Gateshead.