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(Stand: 25.04.2007, 19:27)

Bluetooth alerts set for take-off
AIRLINE passengers may soon no longer have to check departures boards at Manchester Airport thanks to a unique service that looks set to take off in departure halls across the UK.
Mauled girl´s uncle faces jail
A MAN was warned he could face jail today after he admitted owning the pit bull terrier which killed his five-year-old niece.
World Cup winner Alan Ball dies

ENGLAND World Cup winner and former Manchester City manager Alan Ball died of a heart attack while tackling a fire in his garden, police said.

Call for Radio 1 religious output
THE BBC has been urged to make religion part of the Radio 1 remit in a submission by church leaders published today.
Reds start legal fight over cops
MANCHESTER United fans left battered and bloodied after the ´battle of Rome´ have launched a legal case against Italian police.
Coco wins freedom fight
A FAMILY pet, trapped in France for two weeks after her microchip failed, is on her way home.
This site´s a winner
THIS website has been named the Electronic News Site of the Year at a prestigious awards ceremonyheld in London.
Veggie backing for big Mac
THE Vegetarian Society is about to back a new range of products in McDonald´s restaurants. The organisation, based in Altrincham, is in talks with the US fast food giant to endorse snacks including milkshakes.
Councillor arrested in fraud probe
A COUNCILLOR has been arrested over allegations of electoral fraud involving a house where a murder took place.
Child molester goes missing
POLICE are trying to track down a fireman who subjected a seven-year-old girl to a string of sex attacks. Charity fundraiser Andrew Eden was jailed in 2001 after molesting the girl on four occasions.
Experts bone up on ancient riddle
A RIDDLE of ancient Egyptian bones has been solved by two experts at Bolton Museum.
Farmer´s plea for lost cattle
A FARMERhas appealed for the return of six cattle on the run somewhere in south Manchester.
Mayor of Salford dies
THE mayor of Salford has died on a visit to see his son being honoured by the Queen. Coun Bernard Murphy, 69, was just two weeks from the end of his term of office.
Salute to hero of dog attack
A YOUNG policeman, viciously attacked by a bull terrier while protecting two sisters, has received a major bravery award.
Danger bike banned
AN off-road quad bike from China has been banned under European rules.
Future is sweet for salt works
A RESTORATION project which failed to win enough television votes for a massive grant is just one step away from reaching its 7m target.
Man jailed for attack on Pc
A MAN who punched and headbutted a policeman has been jailed for 15 months.
Scientists wired for sound
FORGET the awful screeching - Manchester scientists believe one day they will be able to make even cheap violins sound like a Stradivarius.
First yob sentenced under new 999 law
A 17-YEAR-old youth has become the first person sentenced under a new law to guard 999 crews from yobs following the M.E.N.´s ´Protect our heroes´ campaign.
Top cop in hotel bust-up
GREATER Manchester´s top race cop was told to leave an awards ceremony honouring the Asian community after being involved in a fracas.
Diana inquest coroner to quit
BARONESS Butler-Sloss is to step down as coroner for the Diana inquest, it was announced today.
Warning for c-charge rebels
COUNCIL chiefs in Greater Manchester who are blocking plans for local congestion charges have received a warning from the government.
BBC ´mad´ for dropping Stuart
THE BBC came under fire as "mad" at a House of Commons select committee today for dropping veteran broadcaster Moira Stuart.
Soldier killed in Basra named
THE British soldier killed yesterday in Iraq washas beennamed by the Ministry of Defence as a man from Liverpool.
I´m no good at maths, admits Brown
CHANCELLOR Gordon Brown admitted today that he was not very good at maths. During an interview by schoolchildren in Manchester the man who has steered the UK´s economy for the past 10 years said some people thought that inability showed.
Plea to help bumble bee
THE decline of the humble bumble bee is sparking fears of a threat to British traditions such as strawberries at Wimbledon, Granny Smiths apples, cucumber sandwiches, toast and honey.
Second life term for machete thug
A DANGEROUS teenager has been given a second `life´ sentence in just 16 months.
Countdown to a star bargain
BARGAIN hunters have just one more day to grab themselves some celebrity style.
´Historic´ rare whisky for sale
A BOTTLE of Johnnie Walker whisky is expected to fetch up to 16,000 when it goes under the hammer.
Police on Reds Euro alert
POLICE are increasing patrols for tonight´s clash between Manchester United and AC Milan at Old Trafford.
Girls in towpath knife terror
FOUR terrified schoolgirls were threatened by masked knifemen in two separate daylight attacks on a canal path. Police believe the attacks, which took place in the space of three days in Droylsden, may be linked.
Man killed in m-way collision
A 59-YEAR-OLD Liverpool man has been killed in a collision with a lorry on the M6 in Cheshire, police said.
Turbines installed on promenade
TWO wind turbines are being set up on Blackpool´s promenade to help power the resort´s famous illuminations.
Watchdog chairman appointed
PRIME Minister Tony Blair today appointed an interim chair of the watchdog Committee on Standards in Public Life.
Ronaldo scores as video star
A NORWEGIAN teenager´s homage to Cristiano Ronaldo has put the Manchester United star at the top of You Tube´s most wanted.
City fifth worst for fly-tipping
MANCHESTER is the fifth worst place in the country for fly-tipping and the clean-up costs top 2m.
TAG boss Langford buried
THE funeral has taken place of shamed multi-millionaire Mark Langford, 42, who died in a car crash.
Meet the new High Sheriff
A MAN whose ancestors have administered the law in Cheshire over the centuries has been appointed the county´s High Sherriff.
Fight champ fails in record bid
A THAI boxing champion from Bolton has failed in an attempt to break the world record for the most press-ups in an hour.
Hero of danger mountain
A SCOUT leader who saved the lives of a group of walkers on Snowdon has been presented with a gallantry award by the Queen.
Mortality rates ´concern´
PATIENTS treated at two Greater Manchester hospitals are more than 20 per cent more likely to die than the national average, according to an independent report today.
Riddle over bullet that killed soldier
THE shooting of a British soldier in Iraq sparked a `friendly fire´ investigation after the bullet turned out to be standard Nato issue.
Rapist trapped by DNA
A RAPIST who attacked a stranger after she stepped off a bus was trapped by his DNA.
Fleeing suspect savaged by dog
A SUSPECTED thief was scarred for life after being pursued by a determined RAC patrolman and then savaged by a dog.
´We will cut Harry´s ears off´
IRAQI militia have threatened to snatch Prince Harry and slice off his ears.
Hormone treatment could help men
SCIENTISTS are conducting tests to find out if TRT - testosterone replacement therapy - could put the zing back into older men.
Soldier died in flight tragedy
A TEENAGER from Rochdale was one of six soldiers killed when their helicopter clipped power lines, an inquest heard.
Heart op league ´saving lives´
FEWER people die during major heart surgery when league tables are published showing how well doctors perform, experts said.
City pub closes as crowd gets abusive
A POPULARcity pub shut for a short time after a group of about 80 men started chanting offensive songs.
GMTV axes phone-in firm
BREAKFAST broadcaster GMTV has dropped the company that provides its phone-in service and apologised to viewers.
Fears grow for missing girl, 16
CONCERNS are growing for the welfare of a 16-year-old girl who has been missing from home for two weeks.
Slashed for a pizza
A 21-YEAR-old call centre worker was stabbed in the face by thieves for a pizza and a few pounds in change.
GMTV faces phone-in storm
GMTV was today swamped with complaints from angry viewers after claims that thousands of phone-in competition callers have been fleeced out of money.
Blair home plans spark complaints
FIRST David Cameron´s wind turbine ran into trouble - and now it seems Tony Blair is experiencing similar issues over solar panels.
Boris Yeltsin dies aged 76
BORIS Yeltsin, who engineered the final collapse of the Soviet Union has died aged 76, a Kremlin official said today.
Cows go on the run
IT was like a scene from the running of the bulls - only this wasn´t Pamplona, it was Chorlton.
´Fake £20 notes´ alert
POLICE are warning residents in Cheshire´s ´golden triangle´ to be extra vigilant after an ´unusually high´ number of counterfeit bank notes were recovered.
Health workers in strike ballot
THE prospect of a strike by hundreds of thousands of health workers came a step closer today when the biggest trade union in the service agreed moves for a ballot in a bitter row over pay.
´Coward´ driver dumped dying pal
A ´COWARDLY´ and `selfish´ man dumped his dying best friend on the roadside after a horror car crash. Bobby Vernon, 22, lost control of his mother´s Golf GTi while travelling at twice the 30mph speed limit and crashed into a lamp post.
Teen on Pc assault charge
A TEENAGER has been charged after a police officer was assaulted in Cheshire as he tried to make an arrest.
Boxer Khan´s speed trial adjourned
THE trial of boxer Amir Khan, accused of speeding at 140mph on the motorway, was adjourned today.
Sainsbury´s own-brand drinks plan
SAINSBURY´Swill remove all artificial colours and flavours from its own-brand soft drinks, it said today.
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