Residents are fighting to save Ryebank Fields in Chorlton from a proposed development of 120 houses by Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
A BBC-recognised market will be kicking off a street food night market this month at the University of Manchester.
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request obtained by Mancunian Matters from GMP revealed that in 2012/13 there were 9,921 charges given to young people whereas last year it had been reduced to 6,776.
British senior indoor 800m champion Jamie Webb has rounded off a successful BUCS career in style with a gold in the 1500m at the BUCS outdoor track championships.
Manchester Metropolitan University is holding an event which aims to clear up issues surrounding the EU referendum and encourage young people to vote.
A single lifeless crow peers down at us with beaded eyes from the bookcase, wings splayed out, in a small flat in leafy Didsbury.
‘Recycled clothes will be here forever’: Manchester vintage store Junk Shop gets behind World Recycling Week
Mancunian vintage store, Junk Shop, is encouraging people to think more about how our purchases can affect the world that we live in, in aid of World Recycle Week.
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.
The annual Gothic Manchester Festival will return for another weird and wonderful outing this October.
‘All a bit weird’: Manchester photographer on making his dream reality and capturing memories ahead of first show
A Manchester Metropolitan University graphic design graduate is opening his first photography exhibition today and says ‘it’s all a bit weird’ to finally be pursuing his dreams.
Did you know that male ducks have corkscrew-shaped penises or that the tiny penis of a male damselfly can scoop out the sperm from other competitors? All these facts and more will be discussed in a free talk later in the month at Manchester Metropolitan University, exploring the hidden world of the wang.