With football cancelled for the foreseeable future due to the outbreak of coronavirus, MM have created an ultimate combined Manchester United and Manchester City XI using players since the Premier League began.
INTERVIEW: Chef Tom Kerridge hails Manchester’s food scene as he teams up with Gary Neville for new restaurant
Kerridge has teamed up with Gary Neville to open The Bull & Bear at the former Manchester United star’s Stock Exchange Hotel
Salford City might not be giving their neighbours over in Manchester a run for their money yet, but things are certainly looking promising for the club as it makes its Football League debut.
The plastic-free pledge came after the River Tame, which flows through Greater Manchester, was declared the most polluted river in the world.
Ryan Giggs has said he would be happy to start his managerial career in lower league football should the right job come along.
Mancunian Matters visited Salford City Football Club as the latest stage of major ground redevelopment nears completion.
A handful of heritage societies are continuing their crusade to protect a historic synagogue, running the risk of further angering the congregation who wholly support redevelopment.
In 2014, the BBC documentary series Restaurant Wars followed head chef of Manchester House Aiden Byrne and then head chef of The French Simon Rogan in their quest for a Michelin star.
Hunt the Rabbit: Opening date revealed for Michael O’Hare’s stunning new ‘Space Age Asian’ restauarant
The Rabbit in the Moon – the brainchild of Gary Neville’s GG Hospitaility group and Michelin-starred chef Michael O’Hare – will open its doors on the fifth and sixth floors of the Urbis building January 3.
‘I’m not giving up’: Brave Trafford man dedicates life to fighting brain cancer after bucket list success
James McCarthy, 33, has set up a community company – an organisation just short of being a charity – with the aim of raising vital funds to carry out research into brain cancer and the effectiveness of proton therapy.
‘Too little, too late’: Council’s failure of homeless people branded ‘horrendous’ by Manchester activist
The closure of two temporary shelters has re-emphasized the vulnerability of Manchester’s homeless and sparked criticism of Manchester City Council’s services.