Live updates from Greater Manchester and east Cheshire have finished for the day, but we'll be back from 08:00 on Tuesday with the latest news, sport, weather and travel from across the region.
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- News, sport, weather and travel will return from 08:00 on Tuesday
Rain is likely to continue through the evening, although it will ease off overnight to leave most places dry but rather cloudy.
Skies will stay cloudy tomorrow with the odd spot of rain possible, especially during the afternoon when it is likely to persist for longer.
One lane is closed and there is slow traffic on the M67 in both directions between J1, A6017 (Denton) and M60 J24, Denton Island, because of an accident involving a van, recovery work and an oil spillage.
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And a 12-year-old boy is among four charged with murder in Ashton-under-Lyne.
A charity which aims to help those in the emergency services who have mental health issues has been launched in Trafford.Copyright: Getty Images
Former soldier and fireman Andy Graham, who developed post traumatic stress disorder after some of the incidents he had to deal with, has founded the new charity and said those in the emergency services have been overlooked until now.
The roll out of new slimmer bins for people in Manchester has begun.Copyright: BBC
The capacity of general waste bins is reducing from 240 to 140 litres.
There has been a surge in requests over the last few weeks for extra or bigger recycling bins, the council said.
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- A 37-year-old man who murdered a University of Salford student is sentenced to life in prison
- Four boys - aged between 12 and 17 - appear at Manchester Crown Court charged with murdering a man who was attacked in Aston-under-Lyne last Wednesday
- The roll-out of new smaller bins for people in Manchester begins
Police are appealing for help to trace a wanted man from Manchester.Copyright: Greater Manchester Police
Joe Lee Hayman, 24, is wanted for failing to appear at court for common assault.
He is originally from the Haslingden area of Lancashire but has connections to Manchester and Salford.
Manchester-born MEP Steven Woolfe, who was regarded as the frontrunner to succeed Nigel Farage as UKIP leader, has spoken of his "computer says no" moment while trying to submit his leadership bid.
BBC Sport have taken a look at how far each side has traveled for their pre-season fixtures - Manchester City went a total of 12,071 miles, while Manchester United journeyed 11,442 miles.
A 12-year-old boy blew a kiss at his mother in court after he was charged with murdering a man who was injured outside a McDonald's restaurant in Ashton-under-Lyne.Copyright: BBC
The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been remanded into local authority accommodation. A bail hearing will be held for him on Wednesday.
Three others, also accused of killing Bradley Moore, who was in his 40s, have been remanded into youth detention.
The mother of William Lound has told his killer she doesn't blame him - she blames "the system which allowed it to happen".Copyright: North News/NNP
Maureen Lound from Birkdale, Southport, was speaking after Lee Arnold was jailed for a minimum of 23 years for stabbing her son to death in a transphobic attack in Salford.
"Arnold is a diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic with a history of violence," she said. "He should not have been roaming the streets of Greater Manchester without supervision."
She added that her daughter Gini took her own life "almost certainly as a result of Arnold's crime".
The judge at Minshull Street Crown Court said he hopes the authorities will carefully consider criticism of the mental health care Arnold received.
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The judge who jailed Lee Arnold for life for the transphobic hate killing of student William Lound described it as a "brutal, premeditated, sustained attack".Copyright: North News/NNP
Mr Lound, 30, from Birkdale, Southport, was stabbed to death by 37-year-old Arnold in Salford in February, "because of his sexual orientation", the judge at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court said.
His killer, who had been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, was told he will serve a minimum tariff of 23 years and four months before he is eligible for parole.
A 37-year-old man who killed Salford student William Lound in a "brutal and premeditated" transphobic attack has been jailed for life.
Lee Arnold will serve a minimum tariff of 23 years and four months before he is eligible for parole, Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court heard.
More to follow.
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Manchester-born MEP Steven Woolfe, seen as the frontrunner to succeed Nigel Farage as UKIP leader, has missed the deadline for submitting his nomination.Copyright: BBC
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A grieving mother has told a court she doesn't blame the man who stabbed her 30-year-old son to death in a suspected transphobic hate killing in Salford.Copyright: North News/NNP
Maureen Lound, from Birkdale, Southport, said she "blamed the system" that allowed her son William Lound to be attacked by a seriously disturbed individual.
His killer Lee Arnold, 37, had been placed into the community even though he told doctors he couldn't cope.
Mr Arnold is due to be sentenced later after previously admitting murder at an earlier hearing.
A couple from Manchester have become the first to take part in a same-sex wedding eld in Ramsey on the Isle of Man after new laws were passed.Copyright: BBC