Manchester families lock horns an incredible 447 times each year, according to a new survey.
To many people Christmas begins when they get their first sight of the famous Coca Cola truck on their TV screens, accompanied by the familiar ‘Holidays are coming’ jingle.
Entertainment is an important part of most people’s lives. All work and no play makes Jack and Jill very dull people, so it is important that you spend at least some of your leisure time having fun, as opposed to vacuuming the house and scrubbing the bath.
Victoria Wood has died aged 62 after a short battle with cancer.
‘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.
Amazing WW2 diary revealing grandparents’ Manchester Blitz tragedy leads woman to shorthand assistance plea
A Manchester woman has unearthed a diary written by her mother in 1940 during the Manchester Blitz, which may tell the tale of her grandparents’ tragic deaths.
Eye-catching urban art has been unveiled in Cadishead to commemorate a local butcher who embodied the spirt of the community.
‘He captured the hearts of old and young’: Son pays loving tribute to Rochdale Imam murdered in kids play park
The son of an Imam murdered in Rochdale has paid tribute to him and his ‘gentle soul’ today.
A Greater Manchester kids football club, which is run by four generations of one family, is set to receive a £5,000 grant as part of a campaign to help fund community projects by the OneFamily Foundation.
MM staff would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and say a big thank you to all our readers for their support throughout 2015.
‘Either food, a present, or heating for some parents’: More Manchester families face Christmas ‘nightmare’
Manchester food banks are feeling the strain of increased demand as families struggle to feed their children over the Christmas holidays.