With house prices at low levels and the Chancellor’s introduction of the stamp duty ‘holiday’, it is a great time for first-time buyers to purchase their new home and for homeowners to move house.
Manchester paused this week to debate whether students should be paying the real living wage – as part of a national week to shed light on the issue.
The event runs from 9 am to 12 noon in Platt Fields Park, but if you miss that one there’s another chance to give some inanimate objects a good shooting from 1 pm to 4 pm at Debdale Park, off Hyde Road.
Labour won all five of their contests in central Manchester, in what proved to be a predictable outcome in an election night that was otherwise full of surprises.
Speaking exclusively to MM about his campaign and the issues at stake within Manchester and beyond, Mr. Khan passionately laid out why he felt that voters should, and would, choose him over the former Labour and Respect politician.
‘Despicable’ Gorton crooks steal ‘sentimental’ necklace from ‘vulnerable’ old woman in own home after break in
A ‘vulnerable’ elderly lady has had a ‘sentimental’ gold necklace snatched from her neck by masked robbers in a ‘despicable attack’ in her Gorton home.
Pupils at a Gorton secondary school are counting down to this summer’s Olympic and Paralympic Games by throwing themselves into engaging with the local community.
‘Not fit for purpose’: Ofsted report slams Gorton school after inspectors see students fighting during latest visit
A Gorton school has been slammed by Ofsted after inspectors witness pupils fighting on latest visit.
At MM we decided we would spend International Older Person’s Day choosing our top five elderly Mancunians – after much debate, here’s our list!
Over £130,000 worth of children’s toys were stolen from an industrial unit in Gorton.
An inquest into the ‘tragic’ death of Jordon Begley after he was Tasered by police has raised ‘serious issues’ about the officers’ conduct – GMP have extended their sympathies to his ‘devastated’ family.