Hundreds of viewers turned out in Bury market - brining mementoes and memories of relatives who fought or died in the First World War.Read the full story ›
Schools and colleges remember the sacrifice of so many of our young menRead the full story ›
Was a Lancashire Fusilier laid to rest with full military honours from Bolton? The clues which suggest a connection.Read the full story ›
In the second part of our series looking at the untold stories from 1914 - 1918, we revisit the Chinese Labour Corps of Liverpool.Read the full story ›
The Great War cost the island the lives of nearly 1200 of its men.
To mark the centenary of the end of the First World War, Paul Crone has some of their stories:
As 100 years since the end of World War One approaches, we look back at some of the most moving centenary stories of the last four years.Read the full story ›
Manchester residents are being warned to look out for fake poppies, after the council seized more than 1,700 bogus poppy products.Read the full story ›
They're the flowers that are a poignant reminder about the bloodiest battles of the First World War.
Every year thousands of us wear poppies to remember those who gave their lves in conflicts past and present
Today, the flowers sprung up at Media City as the Royal British Legion created its own Flanders Field.
Ralph Blunsom reports.
The Royal British Legion is once again calling on the nation to 'rethink Remembrance'.Read the full story ›
A touching video of the moment a former serviceman paying his respects on Armistice Day has had close to 2 million hits.
It was posted by neighbour Katrina Day who posted the video on Facebook.
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Our lovely neighbour bill, 11.11.11 always remembered, eternally grateful and proud of our servicemen and women
The footage, shows a man who was named only as Bill playing The Last Post on a bugle to mark the beginning of the two minutes silence out side of his Ellesmere port home.