It appears that the damage was caused overnight, with workers in the city’s Northern Quarter finding the racist message on their commute in.
Manchester has a rich history but also a modern art hub, grand Victorian markets and trendy food halls, historic music bands to up-and-coming musical talents.
Between 2015 and 2019, Manchester City Council recorded a consistent rise in reports of rat infestations, which more than doubled in the five-year period, growing from 469 to 1058.
For the first time since World War II, the Chelsea Flower Show is cancelled, it was announced last month. This year’s absence of the pageantry found in the Queen’s favourite outing, however, has since revealed itself to be trivial in light of the country’s and the world’s devastating situation. Flowers are not insignificant in the battle, though. Covid-19 has left the fate of the workforce in unprecedented territory, and one field that is facing new challenges as a result is floristry.
Over a period of five years, results have shown The Northern Quarter received the highest amount of noise complaints in 2019.
‘Manchester a ghost town’: Economists in the North say Rishi Sunak’s budgets nowhere near enough to tackle coronavirus
Do the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s budget proposals do enough to help vulnerable people in the north during the coronavirus crisis? According to local economists, absolutely not — and there’s an urgent need for more radical action.
We all consider our own corner of Greater Manchester, be that the place we were born or grew up in, to be the best.
We’ve found five luxurious Airbnb stays that might just entice you to spend this Valentine’s in Manchester.
Whether it’s ice skating, gorging yourself on chocolate or sipping a pint and watching the boxing, there’s something for everyone this December in Manchester. So here’s our advent guide (spoiler alert – we may have spilled over into January, there’s THAT much going on…)
The comedy club that uncovered stand-up legend John Bishop will hold its annual competition’s final on Monday.
Interview: Behind the façade of Manchester’s economic transformation with ‘Not Quite Light’ photographer Simon Buckley
There aren’t many places where Manchester’s brutal industrial heritage brushes up against its modern infrastructure.