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Police called after 30 kids turned up for a party at a £50 a night Airbnb on a quiet suburban street

Police called after 30 kids turned up for a party at a £50 a night Airbnb on a quiet suburban street

Police were called after a group of young people rented a suburban home on Airbnb and threw a party that descended into chaos. Neighbours said the noise of dozens of young people congregating outside the semi-detached home, on Hawkstone Avenue,...

today, 06:57 in Regional North West
 
Unkempt, bathed once a month and left to feed each other - the shameful way one care home treated its residents with dementia

Unkempt, bathed once a month and left to feed each other - the shameful way one care home treated its...

People with dementia were only bathed once a MONTH and had to help each other eat at a care home which has now been placed in special measures. Inspectors found residents at Yew Trees care home in Dukinfield, Tameside, looked ‘unkempt’ and only had a...

yesterday, 18:13 in Regional North West
 

Man who groomed a boy through Xbox Live online gaming then sexually assaulted him is jailed

A man who groomed a young boy via online gaming before sexually assaulting him has been caged. Nathan Hastings took over his victim’s life, after making contact through the Xbox Live gaming platform, with a 16 month campaign of ‘controlled abuse’. The...

Friday, 21:24 in Regional North West
 

LIVE: Pub cordoned off by police after man barricades himself inside

A pub has been cordoned off by police after a man barricaded himself inside and began 'throwing glass' through the window. A police cordon has been placed around Moss Tavern in Droylsden after reports of a disturbance inside. Police are negotiating...

Friday, 16:59 in Regional North West
 
Teen who threw firework at disabled man marched to victim's house to say sorry

Teen who threw firework at disabled man marched to victim's house to say sorry

A young thug who hurled fireworks at a man in a wheelchair before turning on a policeman has been forced to hand deliver a letter apologising for his shocking behaviour. The vulnerable victim was attacked by a gang of youths in Ashton-under-Lyne on...

Friday, 11:26 in Regional North West
 
'From eight years old, I knew he would be a professional footballer' coaches pay tribute to teenager found dead at home

'From eight years old, I knew he would be a professional footballer' coaches pay tribute to teenager found...

A talented 15-year-old footballer who has died suddenly was destined for a career as a top professional, say his former managers. Jordan Moseley, a popular Accrington Stanley academy player, from Middleton , died suddenly on Tuesday. Glowing tributes...

Thursday, 18:16 in Regional North West
 

Families are 'being made homeless' by Universal Credit - but its rollout will continue

Impoverished families across Greater Manchester are being made homeless by the ‘chaotic’ roll-out of Universal Credit, charities, housing associations and MPs have warned - but government has today refused to pause the process. More than 80 percent of...

Wednesday, 23:23 in Regional North West
 

Drink-driving gran who had a bottle of wine by the handbrake was FIVE TIMES over limit - but avoids jail

A gran caught drink-driving had downed a bottle of wine in her car, a court heard. Karen Eastwood, 50, was said to be “all over the road” as she drove home drunk in rush-hour traffic, and was found to be five times over the limit. An empty bottle of...

Wednesday, 16:47 in Regional North West
 
Thousands of diazepam and tramadol tablets seized by police

Thousands of diazepam and tramadol tablets seized by police

Diazepam and tramadol pills were among an emormous haul of pharmaceutical drugs worth millions of pounds seized by police in dawn raids. Thousands of tablets were taken by officers as part of an investigation into the illegal sale of medicine and...

Tuesday, 18:04 in Regional North West
 
Drunk plane passenger dragged off easyJet flight and tackled to terminal floor

Drunk plane passenger dragged off easyJet flight and tackled to terminal floor

A drunken plane passenger who had to be dragged from a flight and tackled to the floor inside the terminal has narrowly avoided jail. Paul Brady, 39, became ‘rude, threatening and aggressive’ after being told there was no room for his suitcase in the...

Tuesday, 15:51 in Regional North West
 
Girl, 16, taken to hospital after yobs set off fireworks in town centre

Girl, 16, taken to hospital after yobs set off fireworks in town centre

A teenage girl ended up in hospital after being hit by a firework. Police say a shop window was also smashed during the commotion in Ashton town centre at around 7.15pm on Sunday. They responded to calls that a group of youths had been setting off...

Tuesday, 09:11 in Regional North West
 
Ian Brady has been denied his last request to have this music played at his cremation

Ian Brady has been denied his last request to have this music played at his cremation

Moors murderer Ian Brady has been denied his last request for music at his cremation. ‘Uniquely evil’ Brady, who died in May aged 79, will be disposed of with ‘no music and no ceremony’, ruled the Chancellor of the High Court, Sir Geoffrey Vos. He...

13 October 2017 in Regional North West
 

Three Greater Manchester towns are all happier places to live than Manchester, says a new survey

Bury, Stockport and Wigan are all happier places to live than Manchester, according to a new survey. The poll, which is bound to get tongues wagging across the region, hasn’t gone down well with some. Rightmove’s ‘Happy at Home Index’ - which includes...

13 October 2017 in Regional North West
 

Children 'banned' from playing on the street outside their homes

Children living on an estate in Tameside have been ‘banned’ from playing on the street outside their homes. A letter has been sent to residents on Calico Crescent and Printers Drive in Stalybridge by Residential Management Group asking for kids to be...

12 October 2017 in Regional North West
 
'Who is going to feed my kids?' - stress, hunger and dire warnings amid 'chaotic' Universal Credit roll-out

'Who is going to feed my kids?' - stress, hunger and dire warnings amid 'chaotic' Universal Credit roll-out

Evictions, homelessness, debt and even suicide will all rise if the government’s ‘chaotic’ Universal Credit roll-out continues across Greater Manchester, ministers have been warned. In a dire message to Whitehall, the region’s mayor, public sector...

9 October 2017 in Regional North West
 
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