Student protestors at the University of Manchester have secured a 30% rent reduction for their first term. This will cost
The Loch Ness Monster has resurfaced thanks to a Bolton football kit supplier who themselves have stamped their name on
A Manchester-based theatre-maker and HIV activist this month announced a digital arts project to tackle the stigma surrounding HIV and
A plan setting out how Manchester will emerge from the economic shock of the Covid-19 pandemic was published this week.
Sale Sharks Women won their first-ever league match this afternoon, defeating Worcester Warriors Women 11-0 in a bruising encounter in
The auditorium will be empty, but music is returning to the Bridgewater Hall this winter courtesy of the Hallé Orchestra.
Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has given an update on the rough sleeping and homelessness situation in the region.
As Greater Manchester moves from lockdown into Tier 3, cultural leaders have called on government ministers to rethink the enforced
Music collective All Hands on Deck will host a 12-hour DJ set to raise funds for Manchester’s refugee and migrant
Racially-motivated hate crimes across Greater Manchester spiked to the highest level in two years this summer. Data obtained by MM
Ferry operators have urged Brits to prepare for changes to travel rules in the wake of Brexit to ensure ‘smooth