Comedy fans and performers have breathed new life into the legendary Manchester comedy club, the Frog and Bucket, after the
More than 80% of nightclubs will not survive past February without further government support, experts have warned. Research by the
The charity Art Fund has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise £1 million in aid of the nation’s museums, 60%
Greater Manchester has secured more than £1 million to support victims of domestic abuse and tackle the behaviour of perpetrators.
Great Britain’s best paracyclists dominated last weekend’s Paracycling International in Manchester as the countdown to Tokyo 2020 begins, and as Head of British Paracycling Jon Pett told MM, key preparation events like this would not be possible without the support of the National Lottery and the Exchequer.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
‘Making the whole experience better’: MM chat to the LTA about tennis in the North West after £250m UK boost
The Lawn Tennis Association’s decision to spearhead a £250million boost to Britain’s tennis courts – the biggest ever UK investment programme the sport has ever seen – in turn means a big change for the sport in Manchester.
‘Some things are worth the money’: Student bursary cuts ‘disgusting attack’ on NHS, say Manchester protesters
Manchester activists branded the government’s decision to scrap the NHS bursaries ‘the most disgusting attack’ on students ever at yesterday’s protest.
After becoming disillusioned with life in a bobsleigh, Manchester Olympian Rebekah ‘Bex’ Wilson is rediscovering her love for sport on the rugby pitch.
Manchester campaigners took to the streets to march against cuts to NHS Bursaries, which could leave healthcare students with as much as £60,000 of debt.
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.