A murder inquiry has been launched after a man died almost a week after he was shot while sitting in his car outside his Liverpool home.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has been disqualified from driving.
Rochdale Council staff who failed to protect youngsters from a child sex ring have been identified and could be sacked.
Manchester Airport says only a "handful of flights" were affected by today's nationwide air traffic control issues.
Some passengers were left stranded when a technical problem on an internal telephone system caused delays.
– Manchester Airport spokesperson
Manchester Airport was only minimally affected today following the Air Traffic Control issues.
Out of hundreds of air movements to and from the 200 plus destinations we serve, only a handful of flights were impacted upon.
Operations are back to normal with a few minor knock on effects.
As always, passenger safety is key.
For individual flight enquiries passengers should contact their airline or see our website.
A Catholic priest has been interviewed by detectives investigating reports of historical sexual abuse of three schoolgirls in Rochdale.
The allegations were made by former pupils from a primary school in Norden.
Wayne Smith, 38, of Seymour Street, Birkenhead was remanded in custody to appear at Liverpool Crown Court on December 23 accused of murder.
Steven Hatton, 23, of Elmswood Road, Birkenhead, who was charged with assisting an offender and attempting to pervert the course of justice, was given conditional bail.
– Salford Diocese spokesperson
We have been made aware that there is an ongoing police investigation into allegations of historical sexual abuse at St Vincent's, Norden.
The Diocese is co-operating fully with the police and the statutory agencies in these investigations in line with the robust safeguarding policies put in place by the Catholic Church in this country in recent years.
An elderly man has been taken to hospital after he was knocked to the floor during a robbery in Oldham.
The 80-year-old investigated noises upstairs at his house on High Street, Lees, last night when he was confronted by a man on the stairs.
He knocked him to the ground before running off.
– Detective Constable Leigh Carnally, Greater Manchester Police
Understandably, he is deeply upset after what has happened and I would ask anyone who may have seen a man fitting this description in the High Street area, to contact police.
A camera, money and handbag were stolen.
The offender is described as being Asian, 5ft tall and of stocky build. He wore a red, blue and black scarf across his face and a hooded jacket.
Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 8821 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.