An Oldham MP is calling on the government to step up support for the forgotten victims of the pandemic, after
It can often take a crisis to bring out the best in people, and that has certainly happened in Oldham where a group of ‘Coronaheroes’ have organised to help neighbours affected by Covid-19.
Mancunians bracing themselves for the deadly Aussie flu can track the illness on a live map.
‘I didn’t ask for this’: Oldham student demands free prescriptions for illness that feels like ‘electrocution’
A young woman who spends up to £80 a month to treat her chronic spinal condition is campaigning for her medication to be made free on the NHS.
MM spoke to Nicola Savage, fundraising manager for Ronald McDonald House Charities, who is proud that the organisation provides an invaluable service at what can be an emotional time of the year.
Diabetes services in Manchester are thriving, while hundreds of patients in other regions are being denied vital information about how to cope with their lifelong disease.
‘Off to a fine art’: Manchester hospital performs record number of life-saving kidney transplants ‘like clockwork’
A record-breaking number of successful, life-changing and saving kidney transplants have been carried out by the Renal Transplant Team at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI).
Everyone in Manchester who ‘gives a spit’ about blood cancer is being urged to head down to The Printworks to help those suffering from these often terminal illnesses.
Nissan dealership’s charity event, in memory of Bury brain tumour teen Super Josh, hailed a huge success
Nissan dealership’s charity weekend in memory of Bury teen Super Josh, who died last year, has been hailed a huge success after it raised £1,100.
Long hours, staff shortages and mental demands – they’re the reasons why 90% of ambulance workers in the North West are suffering from work-related stress and more than four in five are thinking of quitting.
A princess or a footballer? Charity urges Manchester to dress up and help grant wishes for sick youngsters
Make A Wish UK, which grants wishes for poorly kids across the country, is launching a new fundraising scheme called Wear What You Wish and is urging everyone to dress up as what they wanted to be when they were younger.