We say Happy New Year to all our readers with a round-up of last year’s top stories.
A new approach is needed to tackle ‘lifestyle’ diseases, such as cancer and heart disease, claims a Manchester University lecturer.
MM has dug up some of the first posts about Manchester’s favourite landmarks and people and now here are the weird and wonderful results.
Louis van Gaal’s men, now unbeaten in nine Premier League fixtures, could only wrestle a draw from Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday, despite having confidently dispatched Newcastle United on Boxing Day.
The health and wellbeing of Greater Manchester’s children is at risk as Ofsted reveals that 41% of children’s homes and nurseries are failing after recent inspections.
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.
Manchester Central’s Green Party candidate has spoken of the threat posed to the sovereignty of the United Kingdom by Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnerships (TTIPs).
‘Normal minded folk’ are turning against Ukip and females are being detracted to vote for them ahead of next year’s election, according to an upcoming Parliamentary candidate in Manchester.
Urban green roofing projects are offering a lifeline for threatened bird species, with MMU and a Chorlton grocers pioneering the way in the city.
Salford University are considering scrapping library fines after only collecting just over half of the £133,000 in charges issued last year.
MM’s top five… Rock bands with musical careers spanning more 50 years.