Manchester’s annual food and drink festival is back with some fizz, a bang and scallops – all until October 8…
A year since 22 people were tragically killed by a suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, we remember those lost on a day full of tributes.
Entertainment comes in many forms, from music to novels, from amazing real money casino games from All Jackpots casino to theatre acts and moving pictures projected on the silver screen.
Manchester’s Christmas lights switch on was full of frivolities and fantastic fireworks, but a strong sense of solidarity was also present.
In the fight to end modern slavery and human trafficking Greater Manchester Police must ‘be brave’ in their partnerships with other agencies, according to the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Manchester music legend Johnny Marr recently revealed that the city’s 25-storey CIS building provided the unlikely inspiration for a love song that featured on his recent solo album.
‘Remember the children’: List of tragic Gaza victims to be read by Manchester MP in Stop the War service
‘Remember the children of Gaza’ will be the cry as Manchester city councillors and residents will fly the Palestine flag and read the names of children killed in the Gaza conflict this weekend.
‘Bike for Peace’: Manchester gears up for nuclear-free world with globetrotting cycle spanning nine countries
Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Naeem ul Hassan will be joined by former the former Norwegian Prime Minister Kjell-Magne Bondevik on March 15.
To commemorate LGBT History Month, Manchester City Council will hold its second annual LGBT Question Time at the town hall
Bolton charities get into festive spirit by helping most vulnerable ahead of town’s annual Christmas events
Bolton’s festive entertainment programme set forkick-off
‘Reckless cuts’ could bring soaring crime rates in coming years, warns Greater Manchester Police boss
Tony Lloyd branded cuts ‘reckless and too deep’ and warned of consequences