Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is teaming up with leading health professionals working in tobacco control in a bid to ‘bring smoking out of the closet’.
The Labour Party made mistakes with their immigration policy during their stay in power, according to Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper during a talk in Wigan.
Mr Stewart also claimed that the current advanced ticketing system wouldn’t be used for Wednesday’s meeting.
Councillors and community leaders from across Manchester get together to discuss the impact of public sector cuts on the safety and security of local communities.
Tune in to Town Hall: First livestream of Manchester City Council meeting proves better than Jeremy Kyle
Sir Richard Leese’s promise that the first-ever livestream of a Manchester City Council meeting would be better than daytime television proved too – but not quite in the way he planned.
Night and Day noise row: Venue’s future under threat as council review licence for ‘persistent’ breaches
The Night and Day Cafe, Manchester, will face a licence review that threatens to end live music at the venue after a ‘persistent failure’ to comply with their premise’s licence.
Whatever the problem, HS2 isn’t the answer: Protesters claim train will bring ‘narrow benefits’ to Manchester
The debate was held at Albert Square Chop House
Salford ‘Resistance’ demand end to TV licencing fees as 25,000 UK residents dodge hotly-debated bills
Around 600 Mancunians were caught without a licence
David Cameron guy paraded down Manchester’s Market Street in Bonfire Night protest against tax evaders
RBS, Starbucks, Tesco and others were condemned for ‘tax avoidance’
Tony Lloyd and Sir Peter Fahy ready to be quizzed
Making movies until ‘end of the world’: Guerrilla group Manchester Filmonik on how to create films in a weekend
Filmonik Kinofilm Manchester meet up for making movies weekends