Child exploitation in Manchester ‘real and ongoing problem’ with victims too often blamed by police, report warns
Greater Manchester among England’s worst areas for tooth decay in tots – with fruit juice ‘biggest culprit’
Research from Public Health England – the first conducted for this age group – found that 25.6% of children in Manchester have evidence of decay, which is more than double the national average of just below 12%
An alarming number of children have been left at risk by Manchester City Council’s child protection services, which have been downgraded to ‘inadequate’ in a damning Ofsted report.
Don’t be a stranger: Seeing the same GP on every visit could slash £1.42billion off NHS emergency care bill
If patients see the same doctor every time they visit a surgery, the NHS could save a staggering £1.42billion if changes in primary emergency care, claims a Manchester University report.
The number of incidents involving the immobilisers have shot up by 232%, while complaints also followed a similar pattern and rose from 44 to 137 (an increase of 211%) between 2009-2013
Young book lovers from across the city, regardless of their backgrounds, are being encouraged to experience events, talks and exhibitions as part of Manchester Children’s Book Festival.
The leadership and management at a Manchester primary school has been labelled ‘inadequate’ after a scathing Ofsted report.
Oldham care home exposed: Residents ‘neglected’ and staff ‘frightened to death bad accident will happen’
Even members of staff admitted they were ‘frightened to death’ that a bad accident would happen at Oaklands Rest Home on Shaw Road, Royton.
Manchester United’s Ferdinand, a member of the commission, has backed the introduction of Premier League B teams into the Football League pyramid, part of a bid to tackle the faltering national side’s fortunes
Home Secretary Theresa May slams police after watchdog report claims one in five crimes go unreported
The Home Secretary Theresa May has lashed out at police after a report revealed that one-in-five crimes in England and Wales could be going unreported, including allegations of rape.
Celebrities are so powerful in society they have free rein for sex abuse, claims Manchester university academic
To date more than 200 criminal offences have been recorded against Jimmy Savile