Aug 28, 2012
Manchester Evening News
Hundreds witness meteor shooting across skies of Greater Manchester
The meteor was similar to this one seen over Salford in March over Salford Hundreds of people witnessed the phenomenon at around 11.10pm on Monday night.
Letters: Beer and bishops
Alex Orr from Edinburgh might be engaged in a little magical thinking when he says "Scottish independence would be of huge benefit to the people of England". Under the current electoral system, the only likely outcome for our English cousins would be perpetual Tory rule.
A ray of sunshine for Tameside gardens
Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh may have painted them but New Charter tenants are going to be planting them, sunflowers that is, and over 4,000 of them to bring a little ray of sunshine to gardens and schools across the region.
World first for Tameside woman, 92, who received skin transplanted from dead people
A 92-year-old woman has become the first person in Britain to have a wound completely healed - using a skin transplant from dead people.
Businessman helped to fight Gadaffi - now it's back to work
A businessman who travelled to Libya to help fight against the Gaddafi regime is celebrating being back on dry land.