Graves in the grounds of a church in Bolton have been damaged on two separate occasions over the past week.
Police recently hit the streets of Trafford in a campaign to tackle knife crime. Operation Sycamore was a week of
Thirteen people were arrested yesterday in police raids across Greater Manchester and North Yorkshire. The nine men and four women,
ILLEGAL cigarettes and tobacco worth £46,000 have been seized in Salford. In the bedroom of a home raided by Greater
Coronavirus: Roads are no race track, urge GMP chief Hopkins and Andy Burnham in weekly media briefing
Mayor Andy Burnham addressed a mixed bag of developments in the Coronavirus situation following the fifth meeting of the Greater Manchester Covid Emergency Committee.
Andy Burnham paid tribute to Manchester Council’s deputy leader Sue Murphy in his weekly press briefing before Easter.
More than 20 people have been killed and dozens injured following a blast at Manchester Arena.
Police warning as three girls AGED 12 left in ‘serious condition’ after taking ‘teddy’ ecstasy tablets in Salford
Shortly before 9.50pm on Saturday 18 June 2016, police were called to Salford Precinct to reports that three girls, aged 12 and from Salford, had taken ecstasy pills described as ‘Teddy Tablets.’
‘Despicable’ Gorton crooks steal ‘sentimental’ necklace from ‘vulnerable’ old woman in own home after break in
A ‘vulnerable’ elderly lady has had a ‘sentimental’ gold necklace snatched from her neck by masked robbers in a ‘despicable attack’ in her Gorton home.
Almost a thousand people in Greater Manchester have been sitting on police bail for more than six months, MM has learned.
Old Trafford ‘vulnerability’ is ‘surprising’ says security expert after Manchester United bomb hoax debacle
The level of ‘vulnerability’ that Old Trafford’s bomb hoax debacle highlighted has been described as ‘surprising’ by a senior security expert.