A machete-armed thief is wanted after threatening and robbing a Bury shop owner on Rochdale Old Road, as the police release CCTV images in order to appeal for witnesses.
A woman who tried to abduct a 12-year-old boy on his way to school in Sale is being pursued by the police – who have released an efit in order to find her.
Motorists can now drive onto all sliproads to Mancunian Way, as the westbound carriageway re-opens six months after a sewer collapse left a giant sinkhole in the road.
The ‘minor changes’ to GCSE and A-level exam timetables to accomodate Muslim students fasting for Ramadan is not Islam being given special privilege in the UK, says a Rochdale commentator.
Manchester International Film Festival (MANIFF) have announced a comprehensive line-up ahead of their citywide event which will begin in March 2016.
A man and woman were caught having sexual intercourse stark naked in a phone box at Manchester city centre on Tuesday night, and are now being hunted by the police.
Everyone thinks I’m a woman! Brave Manchester model abused on Grindr and turned away from Canal Street bars
A male Manchester model, who has suffered a life of alienation and been the victim of abuse on Grindr, is accusing Canal Street bars of discrimination
Scrapping ICT GCSE and A Levels for computer science because they are ‘in a similar space’ is like saying ‘stitching footballs and playing football are the same thing’, argues a developement informatics professor.
‘How long do you think I will get?’: Blackley rapist who subjected ‘brave’ victim to ‘horrendous attack’ jailed
A Blackley man has been sentenced to nine years in prison after raping a female victim repeatedly in his car, while remarking, ‘how long do you think I will get for raping you?’
Paws off Parrs Wood! ‘Fear of government’ only reason top Manchester school faces reform, warn teachers union
Parents, teachers and unions are in despair as one of Manchester’s largest and most successful schools faces imminent academisation ‘out of fear’, claims the National Union of Teachers.
Military intervention in Syria will cause more groups to radicalise and expose Britain to ‘greater vulnerabilities’, warns UK’s leading Syrian group.