Live updates for Manchester and east Cheshire have finished for the day, but we'll be back from 08:00 on Thursday with the latest news, sport, weather and travel from across the region.
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Any isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms will die away during the evening, leaving some late sunny intervals to end the day.
Overnight it will be dry with clear intervals, and feeling a bit fresher compared to last night.
The history of Manchester Cathedral is being shown on BBC2 this evening.Copyright: BBC
The Grade I-listed building, which dates back to the middle ages, is currently being restored.
The programme is called The Hairy Builder - and features one half of the hairy bikers, Dave Myers. It starts at 18:30 and will also feature nearby Chetham's Library.
London Road Fire Station, which has been empty for 30 years, is to host a series of free pop-up events showcasing the work of some of Manchester’s best designers and creators.Copyright: Google
Called Made Here at London Road, the events will take place on 13 August, 10 September, 8 October and 12 November.Copyright: Made Here
A lane is blocked causing heavy traffic on the M62, travelling eastbound between junctions 19 and 20, because of a broken down vehicle.
A family who trafficked and enslaved two Hungarian women to force them into prostitution has been given Slavery and Trafficking Prevention Orders.Copyright: GMP
Ferenc Dardai Sr, 43, Ferenc Dardai Jr, 23, and Melania Kiraly, 43, were jailed for sex trafficking offences at Bolton Crown Court in September.
A judge issued the orders after an application was made by Greater Manchester Police.
- The body of a 16-year-old boy is recovered from a river following a "tragic accident"
- A family who trafficked and enslaved two Hungarian women to force them into prostitution is given Slavery and Trafficking Prevention Orders
- Paramedics called to save the life of a seven-year-old "boy" in Manchester find the patient is a dog
British Transport Police will be stepping up patrols at Manchester’s Piccadilly and Victoria stations over the next two weekends to target alcohol-related anti-social behaviour.Copyright: PA
Operation Stronghold is designed to reassure rail users and prevent any trouble as revellers travel to the city centre.Quote Message: Put simply, Op Stronghold Is about having officers at key locations at key times to reduce crime and keep the travelling public safe. from Insp Gary Jones British Transport Police
More than five years after a six-year-old boy died in hospital, his family have received an apology and damages from the hospitals that cared for him.Copyright: Hunt family photo
Daniel Hunt died at Royal Manchester Children's Hospital in January 2011 after having been transferred from Blackpool Victoria Hospital.
A 2012 coroner's report called Daniel's treatment "unsafe, untimely, ineffective and inefficient".
The hospitals have apologised and paid a "five-figure sum" to his parents.
Police have warned against cooling down in rivers during the summer heat after the body of a 16-year-old boy was recovered from the River Etherow, in Broadbottom, near Hyde.
Manchester's Jewish Museum has been named as one of the best of its kind in the country.Copyright: Manchester Jewish Museum
It has been named as one of the UK's top ten small museums, in a survey by the Times newspaper.
A major redevelopment is being planned for the building in Cheetham Hill, supported with cash from the National Lottery.
Wigan Warriors will miss both Josh Charnley and Taulima Tautai for their next two games after being handed suspensions.
They miss Friday's home Super League game with rivals St Helens as well the following Friday's Challenge Cup Tie with Hull FC.Copyright: Getty Images
The players were handed the penalties for their conduct in the game against Leeds last week.Copyright: Getty
- A 16-year-old boy dies in a river during hot weather in Tameside
- A 65-year-old woman suffers a fractured skull after an attack by two burglars with metal bars in Ashton-Under-Lyne
- A family who trafficked and enslaved two Hungarian women to force them into prostitution has been given Slavery and Trafficking Prevention Orders
Les Dennis has announced he is to leave Coronation Street later this year "in a hugely dramatic storyline".Copyright: Granada
The 62-year-old, who has played Michael Rodwell on the ITV soap since 2014, said his decision to move on "was a hard one".
The actor said he wanted "freedom to do more projects" and it felt "like the right time" to leave the show.
Paramedics called to save the life of a seven-year-old found the patient was a dog.Copyright: BBC
North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) said the call in Levenshulme on Tuesday was "given the highest priority" based on the caller's answers.
But the paramedic sent in a rapid response vehicle found the patient to be a dog suffering from heat exhaustion.
The service describe is as "blatant misuse of the 999 number".
People living near the river where a 16-year-old boy died in Tameside have spoken of their shock.Copyright: PA
One man who lives close by in Broadbottom said youngsters would jump into the river in hot weather.
"One of my neighbours was first on the scene. They found a distraught 16-year-old wondering where his mate had gone.
"Everybody on the road is upset because we've seen them doing it. It's like a sign of summer seeing kids jump in and having a laugh."
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Dean Holdsworth has left his post as director of football at Bolton Wanderers but will remain as a shareholder.Copyright: Getty Images
A statement from the former Wanderers player said: "As of yesterday, I ceased to be employed by BWFC as director of football, but wish to confirm that I remain as a shareholder and director of Burnden Leisure Limited with Ken Anderson.
"I remain fully committed to the club and I am excited by the prospect of a successful new season."
Former striker Holdsworth, 51, led the Sports Shield takeover of the club in March.
Community health services in Stockport and Salford are to receive £36m over the next three years, as part of Greater Manchester's health devolution deal.
The money will be used to provide patients with better access to GPs, pharmacies and community care as well as improving mental health services and cutting the time patients spend in hospitals.
A man who lives close to the river where a 16-year-old boy was pulled from the water has described the area as a popular swimming spot.Copyright: BBC
He said he believed the boy had jumped from a rocky area, about two feet high.
"They all jump in, it's a favourite spot," he said. "They come down in the summer through the woods and camp on the river.
"There's a few rocks in there and there are some deeper pools. It's moving and looks like still pools."