Over 370 children in care have received tickets paid for by the public to see the Snow Queen at a Manchester arts venue this Christmas thanks to a Just Giving campaign.
Creator of Coronation Street, Tony Warren MBE, is to receive a national achievement award at Salford International Media Festival in November this year.
‘Cameron flaunts Manchester as trophy city’: Protests as China’s President Xi Jinping arrives at Town Hall
Thousands of people gathered outside Manchester Town Hall to show their support for President Xi Jinping as he joined David Cameron, George Osborne, and other key figures from across Manchester for lunch today.
In the fight to end modern slavery and human trafficking Greater Manchester Police must ‘be brave’ in their partnerships with other agencies, according to the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Two to three in 20 years: Man Utd legend Anderson blames ‘unenlightened’ owners for lack of black managers
Viv Anderson, the first black footballer to represent England on an international stage, shares his hope for greater black representation.
‘There’s always a way out, I’m living proof’: Ex-con wants story to inspire Manchester’s addicts and homeless
After ten years in and out of prison for drug-related crimes, Haydn Smith was signposted to Mustard Tree, a charity helping the homeless.
On Thursday 24 September, The Real Junk Food Project will host Manchester’s premier screening of the multi-award-winning documentary, Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story, in association with the Northern Quarter’s Wonder Inn.