The family of four children aged from three to 15 have said they are shattered by the loss in Monday's house fire in Salford.Read the full story ›
A three-year-old girl has become the fourth child victim of Monday's fire. Two people have appeared in court accused of murder.Read the full story ›
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- ITV News report by Juliet Bremner
Three 12-year-old girls are in hospital after taking "Teddy" ecstasy tablets in Salford, Greater Manchester.
Police were called to Salford Precinct on Saturday night after reports that a young girl was overdosing, and found two of her friends afterwards.
All three were taken to hospital and are now in a stable condition.
A man and a woman have been arrested on suspicion of being in possession of drugs and are being held for questioning, Greater Manchester Police said.
Detective Chief Inspector Chris Walker said they would be investigating how the children obtained the drugs.
He said: "It is imperative young people understand the implications and avoid taking drugs, to stop any more young people ending up in hospital.
"We will continue to repeat our warnings in the hope that young people will think twice before taking drugs, after seeing the damage they cause to lives."
The ban was issued after residents of Salford Quays complained about anti-social behaviour around the popular waterfront.Read the full story ›
A 20-year-old woman has died after falling from student accommodation in Salford, Greater Manchester Police said.Read the full story ›
The family of a seven-year-old boy shot on the doorstep of his Salford home have released a picture of him in his hospital bed in the hope of getting more help from the public.
Christian Hickey and his mother Jayne, 29, were both shot on Monday evening in Salford after answering the door to two men.
Police have linked the attack to a gangland feud.
ITV News correspondent Damon Green reports:
Chief Superintendent Mary Doyle said the women of Salford "hold the key" to resolving the violence that resulted in the shooting of a mother and her seven-year-old son on their doorstep.
Speaking about those responsible for the attack, she said: "In my view they have no regard for human life. They've clearly demonstrated this in the way that they have shot a woman and a seven-year-old child on their own doorstep. They are dangerous people.
"The community will know who these people are and they will know where the guns are. They need to come and tell us about it."
Jayne Hickey has described the moment she and her seven-year-old son Christian were shot in the leg on the doorstep of their family home.Read the full story ›