Figures from the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust also show that across strikes on the 9th and 10th March, 4,464 working hours were lost due to 558 absences.
Imagine meeting Anne Boleyn, Mary Queen of Scots, Catherine Howard and Marie-Antoinette together in the afterlife. Unlikely?
After the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union on Thursday 23 June, many people were left disappointed at the result, including two academics at the University of Manchester.
With polls set to open tomorrow morning at 7am through until 10pm you might be searching for that last-minute insight into the EU referendum.
MM reveals the ten worst post-football takeaways in Greater Manchester.
‘The forefront of engineering’: Manchester says ‘innovative’ university campus will maintain rich heritage
The University of Manchester is confident their new £350 million engineering campus will encourage innovation and pioneering to build on the city’s engineering achievements and heritage.
‘I’m still figuring it out’: Second memoir and debut novel helping Naomi Jacobs come to terms with trauma
In the final instalment of our trilogy of stories chronicling the amazing life of Naomi Jacobs, she tells us her plans for the future, and the possibility of a move to fiction writing.
‘There’s a funny side to losing your memory!’: Naomi Jacobs says Steve Coogan interest takes story to ‘next level’
Last week, we brought you the first of our three part interview with Naomi Jacobs, whose memoir telling the tale of her amnesia was published by Macmillan. This week, she tells us more about the impending film version of her story.
‘I feel blessed that I survived’: Meet the woman whose tragic tale of amnesia and abuse is set for Hollywood
MM talks to Naomi Jacobs, whose remarkable tale of depression, abuse and amnesia is set to be turned into a film by Steve Coogan
‘I don’t think they’ve done their research’: Mayor of Oldham says UKIP’s criticism of postal voting is ‘baseless’
The Mayor of Oldham has said that more must be done to increase voter turnout following the local elections, despite criticism of the postal vote from UKIP.
‘Competition is fiercer and fiercer’: Manchester indie film scene growing increasingly reliant on crowdfunding
Manchester is renowned for its film making, but the lack of funding for independent film-makers and an increasing reliance on Crowdfunding could create difficulties for potential directors.