Prank calls made to the fire and ambulances services in Manchester over the past five years have halved, according to a recent Freedom of Information request.
Five people have been injured during a knife attack at the Arndale Centre this morning, according to Greater Manchester Police.
Mobile defibrillators will be carried on Manchester trams for the first time ever this evening as part of the safety measures being put in place for ‘Mad Friday’.
Long hours, staff shortages and mental demands – they’re the reasons why 90% of ambulance workers in the North West are suffering from work-related stress and more than four in five are thinking of quitting.
A 33-year-old man was viciously attacked with bricks by a gang on eight men in Salford on Sunday night.
The head of Unison has urged NHS staff to ‘keep on fighting’ after six different unions in Manchester took part in the first nationwide health service walkout for 32 years.
Coroner pleads for urgency over asthma attacks after 999 call-handling blunder costs Oldham boy, 8, his life
A little Oldham boy who died after an asthma attack could have been saved were it not for a blunder by a 999 call handler which led to an 11-minute delay in paramedics treating him, an inquest heard today.
A 67-year-old man has been taken to hospital after being hit by a train at Urmston station, Trafford.
Reports of domestic abuse in on England’s opening weekend in Greater Manchester jumped nearly 30 per cent compared to the same period during the last World Cup.
Footy fans risk relationship red card if partners neglected during World Cup, says Manchester divorce lawyer
Manchester divorce and family lawyer Ros Bever said fans who spend too much time watching the tournament in Brazil could find themselves without a teammate come its conclusion in July
Clayton Barker was struggling for breath but paid with his life when he was overheard telling his grandmother he was eight and not seven years old