Staff and students from the University of Salford are hoping to turn their home-made supernatural thriller into a UK Television series.
Victoria’s Secret Angel Stella Maxwell is bringing a slice of heaven to the Trafford Centre for the launch of the new and improved ‘Body’ collections this month.
Don’t you… forget about me! Manchester MOSI hope to make dance floor discoveries linking music and memory
Manchester Museum of Science & Industry is set to get groovy for groundbreaking new Alzheimer’s research as the silent disco returns on Thursday August 20.
Legal highs, loud music, booze and dodgy barbecues are just some of the anti-social behaviours Manchester sixth form students aimed to prevent by staging a bad house party.
Stub it out to stop kids sparking up: Stockport Council seek residents’ views on smoke-free play areas
Studies suggest that children are more likely to take up smoking if they’re regularly exposed to it so the council’s aim is to lessen the exposure of second-hand smoke.
MM dive into the American diner dishes at Northern Quarter’s latest addition Infamous Diner and find the time to chat to the manager between courses and cocktails.
A Manchester charity, dedicated to improving the lives of the city’s sex workers, has been honoured with a Charity Achievement Award from The Lloyds Bank Foundation for the hard work of their volunteers.
Nissan dealership’s charity event, in memory of Bury brain tumour teen Super Josh, hailed a huge success
Nissan dealership’s charity weekend in memory of Bury teen Super Josh, who died last year, has been hailed a huge success after it raised £1,100.
Manchester City Council is collecting reports on littering, fly tipping, spillages and eyesores via their homepage, alongside an interesting new website called FixMyStreet.com.
The brave men and women of Manchester’s emergency services will be showcasing the lifesaving, crime-stopping, community-protecting work they do at the Trafford Centre tomorrow.
Almost half Manchester miss family reunions and trips with friends due to last-minute travel costs, study reveals
The staggering cost of last-minute travel is so high it often causes all its own stresses and, for 43% of Mancunians, it means they will cancel their plans altogether.