Tameside General Hospital and the Salford Royal have the highest rates of MRSA infections in the Greater Manchester area, according to statistics seen by MM.
Six weeks of intense preparation culminated in an exuberant display of artistic talent and creativity as the Manchester Day Parade celebrated its 10th birthday on Sunday.
The Manchester Day Parade celebrates its tenth anniversary this Sunday with another extravaganza of colour and fun – as MM caught up with the organisers of an event that is always teeming with pride…
The Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy – Labour’s Rebecca Long-Bailey – has reconfirmed her party’s commitment to repeal the Trade Union Act of 2016 and to set up a new Ministry of Labour.
Don’t look back in anger… Manchester marks two-year arena attack anniversary with tributes and silence
On the two-year anniversary of the Manchester Arena bombing, today the city stood in solidarity. On a day of reflection, MM went out to sample the sombre atmosphere and speak to people about their thoughts and memories of the tragic events.
Indie has presence. A nine stone malamute cross dog, he commands your attention as soon as he enters the room. At Rumworth School in Bolton, he’s become a popular classmate as an increasing canine presence in classrooms sweeps the country. MM investigate…
The news came as an unpleasant surprise to Wythenshawe’s Methodist minister, the Reverend David Warnock.
Put it to the People vote… MM venture south to ignite Brexit debate with droves of passionate Remainers
The camaraderie and humour were already evident at 6.30am, as people gathered at Manchester’s Central Bus Station.
The People’s Vote March: MM meet the gifted artists in Stockport campaigning for Brexit to be scrapped
As the People’s Vote March fast approaches, emotions are running high among the remain supporters in Stockport.
‘Different colours make society beautiful’: MM speak to the Salford man who survived Congo massacre… only for racists to graffiti his door and traumatise his son
When Jackson Yamba and his family made their way from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo for Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997, it was the start of a long and eventful journey that would eventually lead him to Salford where in 2019 he was sadly the target of racist abuse on his door.