ILLEGAL cigarettes and tobacco worth £46,000 have been seized in Salford. In the bedroom of a home raided by Greater
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Ex-Salford ace Josh Griffin calls for shorter Super League matches to help player welfare in post-Covid world
The last top-flight fixture took place on March 15 and the sport is weighing up how it can safely finish the 2020 season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Between 2015 and 2019, Manchester City Council recorded a consistent rise in reports of rat infestations, which more than doubled in the five-year period, growing from 469 to 1058.
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.
Our way of life has changed beyond recognition since the Covid-19 outbreak hit the UK, and for the first time in living memory the great British public house is officially off-limits.
Five hundred runners descended on Media City UK for a fundraising 5k race this afternoon for Sport Relief.
Laurence Stephen Lowry is one of Manchester’s most famous artists and his work is becoming more appreciated as times goes by – indeed a newly-discovered painting of his, ‘The Mill, Pendlebury’ recently sold for £2.65m to a private collector, a timely reminder how relevant he is 44 years after his death.
Due to open on July 30 this year, Bridgewater will be the fifth garden to join the Royal Horticultural Society portfolio.
A total of 3,344 residential property completions were recorded – more than double the amount in 2017 – 2018.
More homeless people died in Greater Manchester than in any other combined authority in England and Wales in 2018, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS).