Police are appealing for witnesses after a 17-year-old boy was robbed at knifepoint in Eccles.
Greater Manchester Police are appealing for infromation after a bomb threat at a William Hill gambling shop in Eccles, Salford, left staff but ‘understandably shaken by this traumatic ordeal’ yesterday morning.
Teachers in the North-West of England are feeling pressured into restricting or hiding their regional accents in the classroom, according to new research from the University Of Manchester.
Sex has been seen as something fundamentally human since the days of Adam and Eve – but this is not the case for hundreds of thousands of Brits.
In a hearing at Manchester Crown Court, the explosion at the Adler and Allan Ltd site in Walkden was found by Health and Safety Executive (HSE) prosecutors to have been a result of unsafe tank cleaning procedures.
A lonely hearts conman from Eccles dupes four besotted women out of up to £100,000 after posing as a Royal Marine commando nicknamed ‘Charismatic Brit’ on the dating website Match.com
The boy was knocked to the ground by the two men who then raped him, as he walked through Buile Hill Park, in the Eccles area earlier this month
A deaf and mute girl – who was trafficked into the country aged ten and was repeatedly raped and forced to do domestic chores by her Eccles-based captors – has been awarded more than £100,000 in compensation.
The hunt for two men who viciously raped a 17-year-old boy in Eccles has been stepped up after police re-appealed for information.
Teen boy, 17, ‘viciously’ raped by two hooded attackers as he walked through Salford park in early hours
The victim, 17, was walking through Buille Hill Park in Eccles around 12.50am on Wednesday, October 8, when he was approached by two men, one from the front and one from behind
Mourners raise more than £17,000 for children of Salford ‘martyr’ Alan Henning after sickening ISIS execution
Mourners have come together to set up memorial fund pages for the family of murdered Salford aid worker Alan Henning raising more than £17,000 collectively in two days.