The ITV regional news programme covering the North West of England and the Isle of Man, plus our politics and current affairs programme The Granada Debate.
This week's positive news round-up from Granada Reports includes: 🔸 Panto is coming to @BpoolNorthPier theatre for the first time in 157 years!🎭 🔸 Sale Sharks lift the Premiership Rugby Cup...🏆 Here's Zoë with more...
Dylan Walton has started his next walking challenge! Half a marathon to thank all the key workers in the Isle of Man.
Students at Manchester Met say they were given little notice before their accommodation block was locked down. Lee Wilson, who was already isolating after catching covid says it's an overreaction to keep 1700 students in. The uni says the decision was made after talks with PHE.
Eight people, including a five-year-old girl, who were chest deep in water after being cut off by the sea have been rescued by @RNLIWestKirby
Calls for rethink of the 10pm Covid Curfew after crowds gather in city centre
Amelia was just 11 when she was caught up in the Manchester Arena terror attack. She didn't speak for days. But the kindness of a former police officer helped her rediscover her love of music - with a little surprise from @ShawnMendes ... More here:
#StormDoris is literally blowing people off their feet in Merseyside
This is the moment a businessman fought off four armed robbers alone, during a terrifying raid on his home. Mr Ali is offering a £5,000 reward to catch those responsible.
"My good God, there wasn't many who came home." At the 1958 Munich air disaster, which killed 23 people, former @ManUtd goalkeeper Harry Gregg pulled people to safety. Speaking to us in 2018, he recited a poem which he wrote as a tribute to his teammates who didn't come home.