MM takes a look at the top five pocket friendly things to do during the Easter holiday break for the whole family.
The team behind the award winning Kosmonaut bar in NQ is looking to change the general disappointment of ‘gourmet fast-food’ by adding to Stevenson’s Square’s ever-growing foodie scene with their next offering – Ply.
In the inflatable dome outside Sale Sharks’ AJ Bell Stadium, year-seven Stanley High School pupil Owen Barnes caught more paper tickets in 30 seconds than anyone else to win two tickets to the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final on May 30.
Police were called to Bolton Road, Ashton, in Makerfield shortly before 5.20pm on Monday March 30 following reports that shots had been fired in the residential area.
Witnesses are being asked to come forward to help trace a driver who killed a woman by knocking her off a mobility scooter during a road collision.
In March 2012, the government-run body Remploy, which since 1946 had directly employed disabled people in specialised factories, announced the closure of 36 of its 54 factories.
The Denton-based centre opened its doors on October 23 last year and has successfully re-homed over 500 dogs to date.
Kate Cross, Lancashire’s first female professional cricketer and Jennifer Laycock, Women’s Cricket Development Officer for the county both agree that the recent development of women’s cricket will help it share a similar status to their male counterparts.
The public’s negative opinion of the coalition government could have a ‘profound impact’ on the electoral success of UKIP, the Greens and the SNP, according to Manchester University research.
Three Manchester Grammar schoolkids could be heading for Westminster after successfully winning a selection of coveted political competitions.
Arguably the most exciting band of 2015, the Welsh four-piece from seaside resort Llandudno returned to the city to play a highly anticipated sell-out show at the Manchester Academy on Friday.