Manchester’s residents have took to the streets to protest against the new police, crime and sentencing bill which was passed
The Manchester Mayoral Election is just three months’ away, and the issues on Mancunians’ minds are more pertinent than ever.
Exclusive: Mayor’s office admits it has no idea how much it spends on reporting hate crime despite shocking rise in cases
In a candid admission, Mr. Burnham’s office has told Mancunian Matters that they do not allocate budgets to Greater Manchester Police based on crime type.
Salford photographer wants exhibition to counter media’s negative portrayal of Barton Moss anti-fracking protesters
A photographer, who documented the Salford protests against fracking that made headlines last year, has set up a crowdfunder in order to stage an exhibition called the Battle of Barton Moss at the People’s History Museum next year.
The derby kicks off at 4pm on Sunday September 22
MM’s John Paul Shammas reveals this week’s heroes and villains
Sir Peter Fahy backs positive discrimination to combat low numbers of ethnic minority police officers
New figures reveal shocking lack of diversity
Police powers extended to help tackle anti-social behaviour across Wigan and ‘target unacceptable perpetrators’
Section 30 Dispersal Zone given six-month green light.
Greater Manchester Police officers called in to help security as athletes arrive in region for Olympics
Officers from GMP called in to help protect athletes at hotel in Worsley.
Private patrols: GMP chief Peter Fahy hits back at Securitas’ plans to deploy uniformed staff across Manchester
Manchester news: Private Securitas patrol controversy.
Manchester clubs may foot the bill for extra matchday policing, following research into football-related disorder
Football clubs could face an increase in matchday policing costs, following new research revealed.