Schedules have been interrupted, routines aren’t what they used to be and some of our favourite places have temporarily closed – or in some cases shut down.
Retro is fashionable, from vinyl making a come back to vintage shops pushing into existence.
Following years of political turmoil, uncertainty and a growing feeling of Euroscepticism, Britain has finally left the European Union. MM spoke to prominent UKIP councillor Sean Hornby to ask about the future of his party now their job is ‘done’…
Brexit-mad Bolton council has triumphantly announced that it will be officially celebrating leaving the EU in a dazzling fashion.
Bolton’s Town Hall will be lit up in the red, white and blue colours of the Union Jack while the flag of Great Britain will be proudly flying on every single civic building and civic flagpole across the borough.
Interview: Behind the façade of Manchester’s economic transformation with ‘Not Quite Light’ photographer Simon Buckley
There aren’t many places where Manchester’s brutal industrial heritage brushes up against its modern infrastructure.
Bolton Clinical Commissioning Group has just published their “Think Summer” booklet, which aims to encourage families to “be active, be in the know and be prepared” this summer.
Indie has presence. A nine stone malamute cross dog, he commands your attention as soon as he enters the room. At Rumworth School in Bolton, he’s become a popular classmate as an increasing canine presence in classrooms sweeps the country. MM investigate…
Elections 2019: Fringe parties score massive Bolton wins – including ousting Labour after 100 years in Kearsley
Local parties Farnworth and Kearsley (FKF) AND Horwich and Blackrod First (HBF) made considerable gains in the Bolton Council elections last night on a night where the Labour Party suffered a series of major blows.
To mark No Smoking Day Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service have issued a warning statement to the public regarding people who carelessly discard cigarettes.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
From Sudan to Manchester via the Nile… MM discuss life in the North (and queuing for buses) with Bolton refugee
It’s been two decades since Sudanese political activist Yagoub Matar, 49, first became a refugee when escaping the clutches of the one-party, oppressive state of Sudan.