The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police says being able to test his staff for the coronavirus is vital, but it could be many more weeks before they are available.
Ian Hopkins says crime is down, including burglaries which have halved, but online fraud and child sexual exploitation is on the rise.
Out on patrol in Oldham with our correspondent Elaine Willcox, he praised the way the public are following the lockdown rules to help save lives.
After 76 days since the first recorded case, the Isle of Man now has no active cases of coronavirus.
Dozens of WI members in Greater Manchester responded when it looked like a local hospital might not have enough scrub gowns for its staff.
Two cycling greats, Chris Boardman and Dame Sarah Storey, say there'll never be a better moment for a two-wheel revolution.