Children in Scotland return to school today after 6 months out of the classroom. Many pupils have received support from schools to continue learning, but Scottish Tory Jamie Greene believes many provisions have been inadequate.
In October, the sentencing of nine pro-independence leaders to between 9 and 13 years by the Spanish Supreme Court for their role in the referendum reignited the clashes between independence protestors and the authorities.
If you want army combat gear, trance music, bloodshed and humour, Manchester’s Macbeth is for you.
Fear the wounded animal is Jos Buttler’s warning as England prepare to renew old rivalries for Wednesday’s first Royal London One-Day International against Australia.
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Manchester City have no time to be glum – they’re a team in a hurry with trophies on their mind, says striker Jane Ross.
‘We are building something’: Scotland’s Harley tips Manchester-born Watson to help rugby renaissance
Scotland forward Rob Harley is full of admiration for Manchester-born Hamish Watson, after making his mark on the international stage last month.
After the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union on Thursday 23 June, many people were left disappointed at the result, including two academics at the University of Manchester.
Head coach John Dalziel believes his Scotland Under-20 side can match the achievements of former stars Mark Bennett and Jonny Gray in the 2016 World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester.
Scotland Under-20 captain Scott Cummings believes squad unity as well as PRO12 and Aviva Premiership experiences will set them in good stead for the tournament ahead.
A married couple from Heaton Mersey have been hosting refugees since 1997, when they took in their first asylum seeker.
Former Sale Harrier Kirsten McAslan’s mother competed in a home Commonwealth Games in 1986 and the 21-year-old says she wants a longer career after Fiona retired early owing to injury.