You’ve probably walked past them hundreds of times on your way into or out of the city. And yes, we say hundreds because they have been standing there, every Friday, fighting for their plight for the past 18 months.
Sparkle hosted the Transgender Day of Remembrance on Sunday at Barpop on Manchester’s Canal Street to pay remembrance to those lost this past year for being trans and explain why the fight for trans equality is more important than ever.
A handful of heritage societies are continuing their crusade to protect a historic synagogue, running the risk of further angering the congregation who wholly support redevelopment.
‘Biggest risk to property market’: Manchester experts tackle knotweed pandemic costing UK £166m a year
Britain’s Japanese knotweed pandemic, which costs the economy over £166million per year, is set to be tackled by a recently-launched Greater Manchester company.
Manchester City Council are doing all they can to help the homeless on a shoestring budget liminted by the ‘horrendous’ Tories, according to the co-founder of the Manchester soup kitchen Coffee4Craig.
A new film based on Naomi Klein’s bestselling book on climate change will be premiered in Manchester on Saturday 26 September.
Oh, the irony! Manchester compo company learn ‘where there’s blame, there’s a fine’ with flyposting penalty
A compensation company have had an ‘accident’ of their own after they were fined more than £9,000 for illegally putting up adverts across Manchester.
Night and Day noise row rumbles on: Music venue received ten noise complaints since 2006, FOI reveals
A Freedom of Information request sent by the dismayed neighbours revealed that Night and Day Café have had numerous complaints regarding noise nuisance
‘Three decades of decay is a shocking waste’: Campaign to reject further delays on London Road Fire Station
Britannia Hotels bought the Grade II listed building in 1986
Rusholme store stripped of alcohol licence after Manchester council catches shop selling booze to children
Boom Off Licence failed a selling test by the council
Manchester and Salford businesses get chance to net ultrafast broadband thanks to council-led initiative
Opportunity to receive £3,000 support