A Salford brewery has created a limited-edition beer in collaboration with Salford Pride to help raise money for the LGBT+ community.
Edge Hill University has recorded significantly more incidents of student-on-student crime than any other university with a presence in Greater Manchester.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
Earlier this month the Working Class Movement Library in Salford unveiled an exhibition exploring Greater Manchester’s connection with the Spanish Civil War.
Bursting the ‘Westminster bubble’: Power to the people, Greater Manchester mayor favourite Burnham tells MM
Andy Burnham hopes to transform Greater Manchester into a beacon of social justice if he wins the race to become the region’s first elected mayor.
Robot sex and romances will be the focus of a world-renowned conference at Salford University.
Dementia charities are struggling to get funding, a support group worker has claimed, despite the city’s universities signing a memorandum to support research into the illness.
‘This is why I got into law’: Salford University students to offer free legal advice to disadvantaged communities
An initiative to get law students at Salford University giving legal aid to disadvantaged communities should serve as a reminder that law is about ‘serving the community’ and not just earning money.
‘The kindest person I know’: Autistic woman’s postcards to be used in mental health awareness training pack
An autistic woman and her mother have created 61 postcards showing what it’s like to live with autism to help spread awareness about how to effectively communicate with autistic individuals.
Salford University has been ranked as ninth most improved centre in The Times Higher Education’s 2015 Student Experience Survey, jumping 12 places from 98 to 86.
From adult-only ball pools to musings on food, Manchester’s Science Festival is sure to be a hit with locals, with 170 events set to be held between October 22 and November 1.