Thanks to research conducted by 247 Blinds, a list of the top five favourite views of Manchester folk has been compiled, and judging by the results, they know a good view when they see one.
‘You have to keep living your life’: Manchester reacts as terror threat level raised to severe after Brussels attacks
Mancunians woke up to news of the devastating terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday morning – but are we concerned about an attack in our own city?
Over 3,000 incidents of racial hatred were reported to Greater Manchester Police last year, MM can reveal.
‘No one should feel afraid’: Reports of Islamophobic hate crime to GMP more than DOUBLED after Paris attacks
The number of Islamophobic attacks reported to Greater Manchester Police more than DOUBLED in the four weeks following the Paris attacks.
‘Matter of will and focus’: Manchester leaders unite in pledge to combat climate change after Paris summit
As the COP21 Climate Change Summit comes to an end in Paris and the global agreement due to be agreed today, we are left wondering how this will filter down to Greater Manchester.
Salford City mayor Ian Stewart has given his backing to both Greater Manchester Community Renewables Ltd (GMCR) and Moss Community Energy.
In the wake of yesterday’s devastating terrorist attacks in Paris, MM spoke to two people who witnessed the events first hand.
Sandwiched next to a Ladbrokes and a Dixy’s, Elixir is a bar that you’ve probably seen but not heard. But you need to get acquainted – last week it played host to Manchester’s latest supper club, the three-night-only excellent pop up dining experience Underground Paris.
Reports of racism, sexism and anti-Semitism in football are on the rise, with 184 incidents of abuse already this season, but it’s not all bad, according to anti-discrimination organisation Kick It Out.
Aside from the issue of the offence that could have caused to Muslims across the UK and beyond, would it have been legal to publish images of the cartoons?
In 2014, the country recorded the highest number of anti-semitic attacks in three decades, with further shocking research published yesterday revealing that nearly half of the British population agreed with anti-Jewish statements.