A Manchester nutrition expert has said that education is the key to helping people with bad diets, after a global report has shown there are now more adults who are obese than under-weight.
A Manchester vintage clothing shop is hoping to bring some light, creativity and fun into people’s lives this weekend by bringing back the Easter bonnet.
‘It really helps their mind stay active’: Tea parties for elderly helping Manchester shed loneliness hotspot reputation
Contact The Elderly are hosting afternoon tea parties for older people, after Manchester was identified as a loneliness hotspot.
‘I like alcohol very much’: MM investigates what is making Manchester smile ahead of International Happiness Day
Manchester is a city known for its creativity, diversity and culture – but does all that help make us happy?
‘In their hearts they’re good people’: Director with new film to support Moss Side’s ‘victims of circumstance’
A local film director is making a movie based in Moss Side to show how people who find themselves in unfortunate circumstances are ‘victims of their upbringings’, and not intrinsically bad.
‘More to feminism than vote and equal pay’: Manchester hails ‘wonderful’ ladies on International Women’s Day
International Women’s Day on March 8 is a celebration of how much we have achieved, how far we’ve come but also to acknowledge how much more can be done.
‘We’re really sad she hasn’t found a home’: Meet the ‘perfect mum’ begging for a family this Mother’s Day
‘The perfect mum’ is looking for her own home after saying goodbye to all eight of her newborn puppies.
After a two-month break Hollyoaks actress Jennifer Metcalfe is happy to be back in full swing at the popular Channel Four soap while balancing new fundraising ventures.
‘Jump on board his rollicking journey’: Aussie ‘cultural ambassador’ set for UK big screen debut in Manchester
Aussie icon, Blinky Bill Koala, is leaving the Outback and coming to visit the Poms with the children’s character set for its UK premiere at the Manchester International Film Festival (MANIFF) on Mother’s Day.
‘Absolutely overwhelmed’: Organiser heralds ‘special’ Manchester march speaking out against sexual abuse
Last night over 3500 Manchester students and members of the public joined forces to say no to sexual abuse against women, street harassment and victim blaming in Fallowfield.
Mental health-themed comedy night returns with a stellar line-up including Bethany Black, who starred in Dr Who.