In the early years of their marriage the Queen and Prince Philip lived in Malta between 1949 and 1951 at
The Greek saying ‘ever to excel’ – from Homer’s sixth book of the Iliad and the motto of University of St Andrew’s – is one Rozafa on Princess Street, Manchester, most certainly lives up to.
People of all ages, colours and creeds gathered in Piccadilly Gardens on Saturday afternoon as part of a nationwide protest against the government’s handling of the refugee crisis.
A Manchester Dogs Trust manager took advice written on the wall at her friend’s wedding literally, as she abandoned the Cyprus sun in favour of caring for local dogs.
Stockport’s council leader is determined to accept more Syrian refugees but says her borough and all of Greater Manchester will need greater government support if they are to carry out this ‘simple act of human compassion’.
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims.
The death of more than 800 migrants on Saturday as they travelled from Libya in pursuit of refuge was the deadliest migrant boat-sinking incident ever recorded in the Mediterranean.