An award-winning play remembering the 1981 Moss Side riots returns to Manchester at the end of this month.
Inanimate objects long forgotten are being given a new lease of life at the Whitworth Museum in Manchester until March 2020 to remember nightspot The Reno in Moss Side – where Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali and Chaka Khan once visited.
The picture is always grim when you think Somalia, with headlines of civil war and Hollywood blockbusters focussing on piracy, but an exhibition at HOME called See My Dunya hopes to shed a new light on the Somali community in Manchester.
With two Winter Olympics, and a silver medal at the World Cup 2017, under his belt Deen, 37, has vowed to make even more history.
Diverse city, diversity of relationships… Manchester Cares charity honoured at National Diversity Awards
Charity Manchester Cares was honoured at the National Diversity Awards at Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in September for their work creating community networks in Manchester.
‘Cowardly’ driver sentenced to prison after mowing down 79-year-old man during police chase in Moss Side
A man has been jailed for four years after mowing down a 79-year-old grandfather during a police chase in Moss Side.
‘There aren’t images of women in chef’s whites in kitchens’: Meet three Manchester culinary stars paving the way for change
Manchester is leading the charge this year for International Women’s Day.
As part of hosting company UKFast’s mission to promote, motivate and encourage digital education, the local organisation has begun a new programme of developing cyber cafés across the Greater Manchester region.
The man who died in Tuesday night’s stabbing in Moss Side has been named as 18-year-old Sait Mboob.
Officers were called to reports of a fight which had broken out on Crosshill Road shortly before 8.40pm last night and found four people suffering from stab wounds.
Mallets clashing against mallets, tires skidding over tarmac, the screeching of brakes. This doesn’t sound like your average game of polo, and that’s because it isn’t.