No longer simply an offshoot of brick-and-mortar establishments, the online betting industry is now a whole world of its own, generating revenue and profits many times more than traditional bookmakers do.
The Manchester International Festival returns this year and with it brings a whole host of artists, films and exhibitions.
‘Even more disconnected’: Age UK Manchester manager critical of BBC proposal to means test TV licence
A manager of a leading charity for the elderly fears that thousands of pensioners over the age of 75 will risk prosecution by watching television without a TV license fee after a proposal from the BBC to introduce means tests to qualify for the free provision.
Ever so often new products come on the market, be it fad diets like the Atkins, dance crazes like Gangnam style or toys like the hula hoop. But what is CBD, on everyone’s lips in the past year or so? MM investigates…
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of John Ruskin and to celebrate a series of events and exhibitions are taking place across the city this summer.
The proposals would bring an end to the region’s privatised bus network introduced in the 1980s and see London-style regulated buses.
In 2017, 70,287 deaths were attributed by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention to drug overdoses with the vast majority being attributed to opioids.
For around forty-five years, Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall, who together founded the Cosgrove Hall Films studio imprint, were behind some of the most loved children’s television shows including Danger Mouse, Bill & Ben, and Postman Pat.
This summer Manchester celebrates the life of the artist, art critic and social thinker John Ruskin with a jam-packed festival, funded and supported by Manchester Metropolitan University and Ruskin’s Guild of St George. As MM found out, even 200 years after his birth he still divides opinion…
Earlier this week Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham announced his plan to radically overhaul the current transport network in the city and replace it with a scheme called Our Network.