ITV Granada Reports

ITV Granada Reports

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.

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A government fund will create over 11,000 jobs and build 1,000 new homes in Greater Manchester, according to officials in the region.

The woman to give Tony Morris his first job in TV, Marilyn Comrie, has paid tribute to him. Watch more on Granada Reports tonight at 6PM.

Blackpool's Illuminations will feature a tribute to the "heroes of Covid-19" this year with a display of hearts and rainbows down the Golden Mile. The faces of 50 keyworkers will also be included in the famous attraction.

A second person has been charged with the murder of a 17-year-old boy in South Manchester.

A teenager accused of murdering a teaching assistant said he was offered money by a stranger to move her body, a jury has heard.

Three sisters defrauded small businesses out of more than £50,000 by stealing till receipts with card details on, a court has heard.

During lockdown Greater Manchester Combined Authority housed over 2000 rough sleepers and homeless people in hotels. @Sweeneyfolk  has been catching up with one them to see how it has changed his life. @riversideukad '>R @RiversideUKad  more:


Everyone here at Granada Reports is heartbroken at the death of our great friend Tony Morris:

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.

#StormDoris is literally blowing people off their feet in Merseyside

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It's been emotional. Let Gareth Southgate & @jpickford1  talk you through an amazing 3 weeks. #WorldCup 

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:

"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.

BREAKING Govt announces people from different households will not be allowed to meet each other indoors from midnight tonight in - Greater Manchester - Blackburn with Darwen - Burnley - Pendle - Rossendale - Hyndburn - Bradford - Calderdale - Kirklees