A homecoming parade for Britain's triumphant Olympic and Paralympic stars is set to go ahead in Manchester, rather than London.Read the full story ›
A wider police investigation into Richardson revealed that he had been involved in a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old girl.Read the full story ›
The woman tried to lure the boy into her car by offering to show him puppies before grabbing his top and trying to drag him off, police say.Read the full story ›
The 16-year-old boy's body was recovered from the River Etherow near Hyde, Greater Manchester on Tuesday afternoon.Read the full story ›
Derek Laidlaw, 70, was repeatedly beaten in the face and head by a man who he had asked to stop urinating on his partner's house.Read the full story ›
He flagged down a nearby taxi and asked the driver to phone for help before leaving the scene.Read the full story ›
The male passenger was travelling from Dubai on an Emirates flight when he passed away on Monday morning.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of mourners have gathered across the UK to commemorate the 49 victims of the Orlando nightclub massacre.Read the full story ›
Manchester mayoral hopeful Andy Burnham has accused the government of leaving the city short of £1 billion in public funding.
Mr Burnham, who plans to run for mayor of what the Tories claim will be a Northern powerhouse, has written to Chancellor George Osborne insisting more resources are needed.
According to a report in The Observer, Mr Burnham wrote:
Far from fixing our roof while the sun was shining, you are about to hand over the keys to a powerhouse with a £1 billion hole in it.
If you want to give the North more than a clever slogan, you must now put your money where your mouth is.
He claimed the shortfall is made up of a reduction in the central government grant to Manchester, NHS deficits, and cuts to public services such as the police.
A government spokesman said: "The Northern powerhouse is a long-term strategy which is giving real power to the great cities and counties of the North West.
"The work to ensure that the North becomes a powerhouse for our economy again is not even two years old, but the reality is Manchester is already seeing early progress."
The woman is described as being around 50 years old with short spikey purple hair.Read the full story ›