The statue is now in Tony Wilson Place in an area that in Engel’s time had been known as ‘Little Ireland,’ among the most notorious of Manchester’s slums.
‘Change or spend your years in jail’: Judge’s warning to Stockport man, 20, after drugs and theft conviction
Minshull St Crown Court heard that Kyle Paul Toner, 20, formerly of Brindale House in Stockport, had stolen items including a vehicle, a pair of sunglasses and a sat nav system.
Operation Black Antler: Test your immersive theatre skills in the murk and shadow of conspiracy and spying
Operation Black Antler is an immersive drama about police surveillance and political extremism, topics that are both sensitive and relevant.
If the Conservatives can win seats like this one, Theresa May will secure the majority she desires in Parliament prior to negotiating Britain’s exit from the European Union.
What is Spice? Everything to know about drug that caused ELEVEN users to collapse in Manchester city centre
A total of 11 people were found collapsed after taking the drug Spice in Manchester city centre.
Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk has expressed his appreciation for the emergency services following the Westminster terror attack.
A group of women, fleeing across the Mediterranean, are seeking sanctuary in Greece…
Passenger traffic has hit a new high at Manchester Airport with over 26 million people passing through in the last 12 months.
‘Much to celebrate, much to learn’: Tameside museum exhibition charts birthplace of THREE World Cup winners
A new exhibition – Goal! – at Portland Basin Museum, Ashton, is showcasing the importance of football in Tameside from when it was first played to the present day.