It's ten years since the death of Granada Reports legend Tony Wilson. For fans of the man affectionately known as Mr Manchester here are some of his best moments on the programme. Enjoy...
Police investigating the murder of a man in Birkenhead have made a fresh appeal for witnesses ahead of the second anniversary of his death.
33 year old Darren Poole was found dead at his home in 2015.
Detectives say Mr Poole died after suffering head and facial injuries in a flat he was staying in on Dingle Road in the town.
They believe he was assaulted and say the answers lie in the local community
An appeal's been launched to find a missing man from Bolton a year to the day since he disappeared.
35-year-old James Hodgkiss was last seen walking to Bolton town centre with a black bag. A number of searches have been carried out in the area since he went missing. Today his family have issued a plea for him to come home.
It's an extremely saddening that we are not able to provide James' family and loved ones with any answers around his disappearance. A year is a long time for someone to be away from home with no contact whatsoever to their family
Ken Wilkinson, who was among those famously dubbed "The Few" by Winston Churchill, was 99, the Battle of Britain Memorial Trust said.Read the full story ›
The Liverpool Pride festival is underway this weekend with two days of events taking place.
This year's theme, half a century since homosexuality became legal, is International Love - and as you'd expect it's been a flamboyant celebration.
Robert Townsend reports.
Special commemorations are taking place in Belgium to mark the hundredth anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele during World War OneRead the full story ›
The Passchendaele memorial in Lancaster has had its listing status upgraded by Historic England.
The Westfield war Memorial Village was built after the First World War for disabled veterans and their families.
Lancastrians decided on a novel way to pay testament to the sacrifice made by members of the local community; they built a memorial village to provide accommodation and employment for disabled veterans.
Westfield Memorial Village in Lancaster was formally opened by General Haig on 24 November 1924 and still operates as a charity and home for ex-servicemen to this day.
People from the region are preparing to attend the commemorations for the centenary of the Battle of Passchendaele in Belgium on MondayRead the full story ›
Manchester City Council are meeting later to discuss an ongoing strike of maintenance workers. Almost two hundred staff have been on strike since May 15 in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman is appointed Greater Manchester's first ever Cycling and Walking Commissioner.Read the full story ›