Beswick boxer Kane Gardner admitted he was delighted with his performances after ticking BUCS Nationals champion off his bucket list in Sheffield on Friday.
Legal high use in Manchester to be researched after claims of ‘significant’ usage amongst homeless and vulnerable
Legal high use in Manchester is set to be officially researched for the first time, by Manchester Metropolitan University.
From Urmston to Lourdes… Manchester’s very own youngest international karate referee seeks BUCS success
Having become the world’s youngest international karate referee and spending the last three summers volunteering at Lourdes, it is fair to say Urmston’s Tyler McKenna is not your average sportsman.
Martin Schweizer has competed at World and European Championships, as well as being a national record holder.
‘It’s all about the narrative’: Manchester fashion designer on ‘sticking to her guns’ and finding inspiration in Japan
MM chatted to a Manchester Metropolitan University fashion graduate about the narrative, characters and Japanese influence behind her designs after she was named Young Designer of the Year 2015.
Kearney has burst onto the swimming scene this year in emphatic style and emerged as Britain’s most successful swimmer at the IPC World Swimming Championships in Glasgow taking home four gold medals, a silver and a bronze.
Women’s rights organisation Safety4Sisters NorthWest is launching a new project aimed at calling to attention the ongoing needs of Manchester women facing domestic abuse.
Manchester Metropolitan University has designed an app to help those at risk of suicide.
Genetic testing has ‘no place’ in spotting young sporting talent or boosting sports performance, warns a Manchester Metropolitan University lecturer.
Homeless Film Festival director says controversial Manchester Met visit is about raising awareness not politics
Festival director Dean Brocklehurst says criticism as ‘unfair’ and denying students the chance to discuss homelessness is the wrong course of action.
A local Green candidate has urged the Homeless Film Festival to do the ‘right thing’ and cut its ties with the university.