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.
The closure of Kids Company following the withdrawal of a £3million government bailout has shone a spotlight on young people’s charities like never before.
A massive £99million in funding is to be provided to local firms across Cheshire and Warrington to help create jobs and boost skills.
TfGM secret keeping means companies can run ‘shoddy’ service and ‘pocket cash’, warns Stockport Lib Dem
Local Liberal Democrats are demanding that secret information on how bus companies are performing should be made accessible to the public by Transport for Greater Manchester.
Flaunt your assets: Council’s treasure trove of property ‘vital’ to save Manchester from further budget cuts
In the wake of the announcement of £59million cuts to the city’s budget this year, MM submitted a Freedom of Information request to the council to discover their other sources of income.
Salford University ‘welcome the measures’ that students are funded at university yesterday by Chancellor George Osborne at the unveiling of the first all-tory budget since 1996.
The announcement joins three other ‘red line’ policies which the party says will be non-negotiable conditions in any coalition deal, just before a possible hung parliament next week.
Hospices like St Ann’s are in need of funding from the £6billion NHS budget devolved to the city, a Manchester MP has told Prime Minister David Cameron.
Police and Crime Commissioner, Tony Lloyd revealed that millions have been taken from Greater Manchester to fund government ‘pet projects’.
Business Secretary Vince Cable announced yesterday at the University Of Manchester Government plans to invest £10.3million into their Institute of Biotechnology.