The 43-year-old suffered a cut to the head after he was attacked at the New Union pub, on Princess Street, at about 10pm on June 7.
City’s most vulnerable ‘at risk’ after Manchester council chiefs win injunction against homeless camp
Manchester City Council obtained an injunction yesterday not only against the homeless protesters in the camps in St Ann’s Square and Castlefield but against anyone setting up any temporary form of accommodation in Manchester City Centre.
Officers are investigating whether the same man was responsible for the two incidents that took place in Buile Hill Park, Salford, on Wednesday.
Stockport’s Aimee Pratt, 17, will study biology at Adams State University (ASU) in Colorado while furthering her blossoming athletics career in which she has already won both the English Championship and the English School Championship.
Here are five ways – beyond the usual ‘it ruined my body confidence’ although it probably did – those ‘tales as old as time’ have tarnished my existence
Manchester Youth Council is calling for more, and easily accessible, help and support for the city’s young people suffering from mental health problems.
A masked duo, brandishing a sword and a hammer, has raided the tills of a Rochdale supermarket – police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Indian Pakistani restaurant, Royal Nawaab in Levenshulme, was uncharted territory until Monday night.
A Bolton man was left fighting for his life after a fire blazed through his home, where he lived alone.
‘All a bit weird’: Manchester photographer on making his dream reality and capturing memories ahead of first show
A Manchester Metropolitan University graphic design graduate is opening his first photography exhibition today and says ‘it’s all a bit weird’ to finally be pursuing his dreams.
Anti-Semitic attacks on members of Manchester’s Jewish community have increased by 38%, according to the Community Security Trust’s (CST) mid-year report.