New research shows that Manchester had the second highest number of deaths of homeless people, after London, in England and
New data from homeless charity Shelter reveals more than 1,100 people in Greater Manchester have contacted their emergency helpline in
As the country transitions from a national lockdown back into the tiered system, people and businesses are adjusting to the
In the last three years 54% of state school teachers in the north west have worked at school with children
A 24-hour run is being held online to raise money for homeless people on the streets of Greater Manchester. Participants
In the wake of the second national lockdown, The Big Issue North has made the decision to pull their vendors
A former young homeless man is driving a nationwide incentive to generate survival blankets in a bid to help rough
Lockdown has undoubtedly left us all feeling a little precarious and vulnerable, but few are quite as vulnerable as the
Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham accused the Conservative government of taking a London-centric approach to lifting lockdown restrictions, but has revealed that so far, this has had no apparent negative effect on Manchester’s statistics.
Andy Burnham has said that a week after the first peak in coronavirus cases was declared nationally, Greater Manchester is passing through its own peak.
Manchester’s Central Convention Complex (G-MEX) will be transformed into a ‘Nightingale’ field hospital to help treat coronavirus sufferers.