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Schoolchildren robbed of phones at knifepoint in Salford
Children and young people in Beech Hill have got that Friday feeling thanks to a new regular 'bus' service that stops for two hours of fun.
Wigan Athletic have bowed out of the Premier League with a 2-2 draw at home to Aston Villa.
Police appeal to parents as preparations are made for baby Alia's funeral
Dad of Gary and Phil due before Bury Magistrates.
Expert witnesses have told jurors in the trial of Mark Bridger, who is accused of murdering April Jones, that bone fragments taken from his house were from a human skull.
The chief executive of the NHS, Sir David Nicholson, has announced he will retire next year.
Police are investigating after a driver apparently boasted on Twitter that she had knocked over a cyclist.
Brown punished for incident at Catalans
Meli gets four game ban for high tackle
Long joins Warriors coaching staff
Mossop and Hock heading to Parramatta
5 year contract for Faz
Welsh Rugby Union international signs two and a half year contract
Uriah Heep and Spiders From Mars bassist Trevor Bolder has died from cancer, aged 62.
The French actor Gerard Depardieu has said that Chechnya is not to blame for the Boston bombings because the suspects were brought up in America.
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of 1960s rock group The Doors, has died at the age of 74.
Families have been forced out of their homes after a hillside started mysteriously swallowing them up.
President Barack Obama says Americans will support victims of the Oklahoma tornado by "opening our homes and hearts to those in need".
Tim Cook has said Apple complies with the spirit and the letter of the law and denied the firm's tax regime is a "sham".
Tony Pulis has parted company with Stoke City.
Britain's number one tennis player Andy Murray has pulled out of the French Open due to a persistent back injury.
The ban on anchored putting strokes will come into effect from January 1, 2016, the R&A and United States Golf Association have confirmed.