Ahead of National Lucky Black Cat Day, Mancunian Matters has found Manchester’s cutest cats. First up is Oreo, a five-year
New research shows that Manchester had the second highest number of deaths of homeless people, after London, in England and
New data from homeless charity Shelter reveals more than 1,100 people in Greater Manchester have contacted their emergency helpline in
Peacemeal ‘for the people’: Ancoats warehouse to help homeless back into work… fusing all-day eatery with night-time dance floor
As the son of Manchester legend and Hacienda founder Tony Wilson, music has always been close to Oli Wilson’s heart – now his passion for rave culture will turn a disused Ancoats warehouse into a daytime eatery and night-time party zone.
A look at Manchester’s innovative new ways of fighting homelessness as crisis now affects one in 135
With winter set in and snow on its way, we must remember what the cold months ahead hold for the many people experiencing homelessness across Greater Manchester.
Manchester is a proud city. But as much as many of us are loathed to admit it, it isn’t perfect.
Previously, homeless individuals or organisations acting on behalf of them would have to pay an £11 fee for the document.
Government figures show that the current number of 1,699 children without a permanent home at the moment is the highest the figure has been since 2008.
‘Not up to scratch’: Shelter lament ‘sad truth’ as nearly HALF of North West homes rated unacceptable
Four in ten homes throughout the North West do not meet the criteria for an acceptable home, according to new ground-breaking research.
Nearly half a million working families – 44% in the North West – are so hard pressed to keep up with mortgage and rent payments they drastically cut back on food.
The number of pleas for help made to North West councils by people on the brink of homelessness has almost doubled over the last five years.