Manchester music fans were left disappointed last night after The Libertines pulled out of tonight’s scheduled gig at The Ritz.
An online alcohol demotivator app is giving alcoholics across Manchester and the country another tool to add to their sobriety tool kit in their battle against addiction.
Former drug addicts from across Manchester are gearing up to show off their creative works in an exhibition studying the emotions involved in their recovery from substance misuse.
A Manchester-based ex-offenders scheme Gate Buddies has been shortlisted for a national award celebrating its high success rate in rehabilitating former prisoners.
The family of a young Bolton girl whose life was lost last year to heroin have released photos of their happy-go-lucky daughter and sister.
Manchester speak out against hard-line drug laws, which fail to deter use illegal substances, following new Home Office report
The city’s fire and prevention teams have been going door to door and have delivered 4,000 leaflets to homes in a bid to encourage people to quit the cigs
Crumpsall mum who was given ‘second chance’ after legal high left her disfigured faces jail for knife attack
A young Crumpsall woman who vowed to get her life back on track after her face was ravaged by the effects of taking a party drug is facing jail after she admitting carrying out a drunken knife attack.
More people died from drug poisoning in the North West than any other region in England last year – the seventh consecutive time the region has topped the poll.
Almost half of North West parents believe their kids are hooked on digital devices, claims a new study.
Lesbian and gay community SEVEN TIMES more likely to take illegal drugs – yet aren’t getting adequate support
The five-year study was carried out by The Lesbian & Gay Foundation in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire, in the hope of getting a snapshot of alcohol and drug use among the LGB community in England