Mancunians aim to tick off life’s major milestones well ahead of their 30th birthday, according to a surprising new survey.
I do! Just pass the remote first love… Tele-hubbies on the rise as half of all proposals happen in front of the TV
A new study of recently married couples has revealed that half of all proposals happen at home in front of the TV.
Are you a serious party survivor? Manchester men offered chance to apply for luxury stag do test pilot role
Jet setting, luxury and adventure are not often going to be on your average job description, but Manchester men can now change that by applying for the role of stag do test pilot.
Mecca Bingo is searching for the longest-married couple ahead of Valentine’s Day.
Mancunian matters of the heart: A colleague groped me at the office party and now I think I’m gay… help!
MM’s very own agony aunt discusses sexual desires and self-exploration with a man who thinks he might be gay after an office party encounter… but what will his fiancée think?
Manchester Central Library are offering happy couples the chance to start their next chapter as husband and wife in the historic city-centre landmark.
Do recycle: bottles and cans… don’t recycle: wedding rings! Recyclers save husband ‘a lot of earache’
Recycling workers saved a married Manchester man from ‘a lot of earache’ when they helped reunite him with his wedding ring at the weekend.
Pop megastar Lady Gaga halted her gig at the Manchester Phones 4u Arena last night to help a man propose to his boyfriend.
With The Wedding Fair exhibition taking place in Manchester this weekend, here at MM we’ve picked our top five wedding gifts.
Mother of Kirsty Bigland, 30, who was still in her white wedding dress, shouted ‘Fucking monkeys’ and Paki bastard’, when a card payment was refused as she and her husband Nick, 25, tried to check into their room, it was claimed
Manchester named cheating capital of UK as 55% of women saying they would travel 30 miles for affair
The city topped the table when it comes to the number of people who fancy a bit on the side, regardless of the ring on their finger, says new research from www.gleeden.com