A Manchester theatre company has won the Olwen Wymark Award after releasing a series of online performances during the Covid-19
Chadderton Park Sports Club in Oldham has won the prestigious Silver Award in the ‘Best Grassroots Club’ category at a
Salford University scientists shortlisted for prestigious award for Chernobyl Disaster animal research project
The study, led by Dr Mike Wood from the University’s School of Environment and Life Sciences, looked into how radiation had affected animal populations at the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (CEZ).
Books exploring magic, bereavement and landscape are among the fiction and nonfiction shortlisted for a £10,000 writing prize dubbed the ‘Booker of the North’.
An award winning car parking app takes to the streets of Manchester expecting to save Mancunians time and money.
A Manchester charity, dedicated to improving the lives of the city’s sex workers, has been honoured with a Charity Achievement Award from The Lloyds Bank Foundation for the hard work of their volunteers.
Greater Manchester midwives have been crowned the best in the country after delivering an exceptional performance in Unicef’s ‘Baby Friendly’ accreditation tests.
After undergoing the ‘largest transformation in its history’, the Whitworth Art Gallery’s £15million redevelopment project has paid off as it has won the biggest museum prize in Britain and earnt the prestigious title of ‘Museum of the Year’ 2015.
Three Manchester Grammar schoolkids could be heading for Westminster after successfully winning a selection of coveted political competitions.
The 75-year-old Burnley-born actor, perhaps best known as Gandalf in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit trilogies, lived in Greater Manchester from the age of three until he was 11.
A 27-year-old’s unlikely story continues after she landed the ‘Business Newcomer of the Year’ accolade at the Pitman Training Super Achievers Awards 2015 last week.