A woman jailed for her part in a petrol bomb attack which killed four children has begun an appeal against her conviction and sentence.Read the full story ›
Four little coffins have been carried into church as the funerals of children murdered in a petrol-bombing of their home began.Read the full story ›
The funeral of four children killed in an arson attack has taken place this morningRead the full story ›
15 year old Demi Pearson, eight year old Brandon, seven year old Lacie, and three-year-old Lia will be remembered in a joint funeral at St Paul’s Church in Walkden later.
Members of the public have been invited to line the procession route to pay their respects.
A relative said "The public is welcome to walk behind the horse and carriages up to the service. They are also welcome to the service and can line the streets in a mark of respect, however the burial and wake are private.
Zak Bolland and David Worrall were given four life sentences each for murdering the children in a petrol bomb attack on their home.
The mother of four siblings killed when their home was petrol bombed won't be at their funeral because of unforeseen medical issues.Read the full story ›
Mourners are being invited to pay their respects to four children from Salford who died following a devastating arson attack on their home.Read the full story ›
Two people jailed for killing four children by firebombing their home are considering appeals.Read the full story ›
Timeline: The death of four children was the culmination of a series of tit-for-tat attacks during a "petty" feud over three weeks.Read the full story ›
A man accused of murdering four children after fire bombing their home as they slept in their beds 'did not mean to hurt anyone'.Read the full story ›
The emergency services have been giving evidence during a trial of three people accused of murdering four children in a house fire.
The children, all members of one family, died after their home at Walkden in Salford was petrol-bombed.
Tim Scott has been following the case at Manchester Crown Court.