The average number of cycle journeys recorded across four different survey points along the Manchester cycleway which opened in 2016 rose by 86% from 960 in March 2015 to 1791 in March 2017.
Hate crime in general has risen by some 85% over the same period but the spike of reports online since 2014 might be due to the fact that is when Greater Manchester Police first introduced the cybercrime flag to its systems.
Humans Being Digital, an exhibition at the Lowry in Salford, both challenges and embraces changes brought about by the digital age.
Seymour Care Home, located in Clayton just outside of Manchester City Centre, received an impromptu visit by the CQC at the end of October 2017 after two whistle-blowers raised serious concerns about the residents.
The left-wing activist was the vice-chair for Momentum; a Labour party movement set up in 2015 by Jon Lansman and described as a grassroots party supportive of Corbyn.
Viper – which was launched in September 2017 by Craig Gidley, Stephen Powell and Craig Davies – gives Manchester revellers the power to avoid queuing for bars and is unique to the city.
Written by Ella Hickson and directed by Chris Lawson, Eight is a unique theatre experience which lets the audience choose which four out of eight tales will be told.
Superposition seeks to solve what are life-long and often unanswered questions for most people.
On May 22, 2013, British Army soldier Lee Rigby was attacked and killed in Woolwich, southeast London in a brutal act of terrorism.
Performing two very different stories back-to-back, the English National Ballet takes Kenneth MacMillan’s Song of the Earth and Frank Anderson’s recreation of La Sylphide to create one stunning production at the Palace Theatre.
Mother’s Ruin promises to be ‘a spectacular night of promising and fiercely entertaining comedy’.