After two years under special measures, a once struggling Salford academy has turned things round according to Ofsted.
Comfort Call in Salford received an impromptu inspection on April 11-13 on two key areas they were warned they must improve on in December, Safe and well-led.
A Rochdale schoolgirl has set up a crowdfunding campaign to raise £1,000 to provide extra-curricular activities and improve facilities.
Trains leaving and arriving at Manchester Piccadilly have amassed over 30 days of late minutes in the first quarter of 2016.
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England Under-20 coach Martin Haag has downplayed his role and the team’s chance for glory in favour of player development and pride in wearing the jersey at this month’s World Rugby Under-20 Championship.
Scotland Under-20 captain Scott Cummings believes squad unity as well as PRO12 and Aviva Premiership experiences will set them in good stead for the tournament ahead.
One of the UK’s top cycling festivals has made its northern debut at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
A lack of infection control policy and unchecked repeat prescriptions for addictive medicines have led to a Manchester GP being placed into special measures by the CQC, which could lead to its closure.
‘This is why I got into law’: Salford University students to offer free legal advice to disadvantaged communities
An initiative to get law students at Salford University giving legal aid to disadvantaged communities should serve as a reminder that law is about ‘serving the community’ and not just earning money.
‘I want to speak for gays and gypsies’: Butterfly in Blood opera composer’s homage to Auschwitz survivors
Butterfly in Blood, based on the memoirs of Fania Fénelon, tells the story of a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp in WW2 and a member of its orchestra.