Andy Burnham paid tribute to Manchester Council’s deputy leader Sue Murphy in his weekly press briefing before Easter.
Manchester’s Central Convention Complex (G-MEX) will be transformed into a ‘Nightingale’ field hospital to help treat coronavirus sufferers.
Beatnikz Republic is to be the newest craft beer microbrewery when it opens its Green Quarter doors to the public this weekend.
Manchester’s tourism industry could be set for a further boost with the introduction of the city’s first daily sightseeing bus service this week.
While we continue to recover from the stacks of puddings and sweets from Christmas, today is Pancake Day with no shortage of more sugary goodness.
A seamstress, designer and shop owner is giving a ‘feeling of empowerment’ back to Mancunians by working with charities and taking her trade to various festivals this summer.
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.
MM takes a look at the top five pocket friendly things to do during the Easter holiday break for the whole family.
The Manchester Duck Race is back with a splash in Spinningfields for its sixth year to raise money for Manchester children’s charity Brainwave on Good Friday.
Two thousand bicycles in… Sale: Greater Manchester biking festival raises cash for disabled cyclists
Festival goers attended the Sale Bicycle Festival with all proceeds going to the charity Simply Cycling, who modify bikes for disabled people.
Manchester’s Lesbian and Gay Foundation says Faithbook allows them to read about religions, their approach to sexuality and includes interesting testimonials from relevant LGBT believers.