A vegetarian bar and restaurant in Levenshulme has opened in earnest after more than a year of delays and frustration.
Residents in Levenshulme and North Burnage are being asked to have their say on a proposed scheme that would improve
Film critic and Manchester alumnus Mark Kermode returned to HOME last night for a one-off evening of musical mischief and bass slapping with his old band The Railtown Bottlers.
Diverse city, diversity of relationships… Manchester Cares charity honoured at National Diversity Awards
Charity Manchester Cares was honoured at the National Diversity Awards at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in September for their work creating community networks in Manchester.
Levenshulme will host Manchester’s first Language Day on Saturday to celebrate the community’s rich linguistic and cultural diversity.
A music venue in South Manchester is planning an early celebration by a staging an all-day Dylan Festival for charity on Saturday 25th of October.
The campaigners, led by members of the non-party campaign group 38 Degrees Manchester, are meeting to talk to passers by, share information, and collect support for an petition against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Indian Pakistani restaurant, Royal Nawaab in Levenshulme, was uncharted territory until Monday night.
A rapist faces eight years behind bars after attacking a woman in her own home in Levenshulme.
Levenshulme bakery Life of Pie has created two mouth-watering savoury pies to celebrate Sunday’s Manchester Derby at Old Trafford.
Excerpts of a row between a radicalised Manchester teacher – who attempted to flee to Syria to ‘kill for ISIS’ – and his family have been released by police.