The Jewish Festival of Belonging continues this week, hosting a selection of events from comedy, to films and visual arts.
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.
The Manchester Jewish Museum opened in March 1984 and since then has enjoyed 35 years of educating all societal demographics with a wealth of exhibits that showcase the history of Manchester – now it will come to Central Manchester and remain in the Central Library until 2021 when the transformed synagogue will reopen.
The UK’s only Jewish museum outside of London is getting a revamp and will take temporary home at Manchester Central Library until then.
Residents are being encouraged to have their say in the regeneration of the Northern Gateway area, which will involve the building of 15,000 new homes over the next two decades.
Manchester’s Irish World Heritage Centre might seem an unlikely venue for an African fashion show but that’s exactly what’s in store at the Cheetham Hill venue.
On Sunday June 7, thousands of communities will sit down for a Big Lunch with neighbours they may not know and Halifax is proud to support the event as part of its Helping Britain Prosper Plan.
A Cheetham Hill murder suspect was finally arrested yesterday after more than 10 years on the run.
Detectives investigating a gang who assaulted a police officer apprehending a suspected drug-dealer in Salford have released a CCTV image of one of the suspects.
Manchester has has produced some world renowned authors, who leave behind them a great literary legacy with classics such as Lawrence of Arabia, The Secret Garden and Confessions of an Opium Eater
A Manchester mother-of-nine speaks out on being wrongly treated as a suspect by detectives during a secret 17-month investigation in the death on her 11-month-old baby Heidi