TV cameras visit Lymm for the second time in six months as Shameless creator Paul Abbott films his new show No Offence in the village.The story follows unorthodox cops who go above and beyond the call of duty to bring down hardened criminals.Husband and wife Martin and Karen Evans from Appleton and their friend Fiona Buckley from Hale rode 400km from Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to Siem Reap in Cambodia in six days to raise 3,000 for the Hospice of the Good Shepherd near Chester.
European Metal Recycling Ltd was fined 150,000 when an employee from Sheffield sustained catastrophic injuries at their Kingsbury depot in Warwickshire on .
The company pleaded guilty to breaching Section 3(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 when a barge fell on top of the employee as he was dismantling it.
Seven-year-old Grace Walsh from Warrington raised 370 for Wigan and Leigh Hospice who were caring for her grandad.
She raised the money by running completing her own version of a triathlon event by running for one mile, cycling 10 miles and swimming 250 metres in one day.
He was born at the zoo on and was the oldest zoo resident. Members of Warrington's Fairtrade Steering Group celebrated the 20th anniversary of the organisation at the town hall.
One tribute on Facebook reads: Told the donkey all my secrets. From its humble beginnings in 1994, when just three products bore the Fairtrade logo, residents can now find over 4,500 Fairtrade products.
Pupils from Dallam Primary School joined other children from across the north west at the National Football Museum in Manchester to sing Silent Night in English and German.
The event launched The Greater Game - Football and World War One, which showcased the stories of the game's role during the First World War.
Holly's final mile was run alongside her mum in London.
Belong Warrington, a 9.5 million village specialising in supporting patients with dementia, welcomed its first residents.
The ethical label helps 1.4 million farmers in more than 70 developing countries to gain a fair price for their goods.