Manchester has today unveiled one of the largest and most ambitious cycling and walking routes in the country, as part of their goals to become carbon neutral by 2038.
The Church of Scientology has finally submitted a planning application to Trafford Council to restore the former Duckworth’s Essence Distillery, over a decade after originally purchasing the property.
‘I come to you as a local councillor and grassroots politician’: Lib Dem Greater Manchester mayor candidate Jane Brophy
As campaigning for the Manchester Mayoral election enters its final stages, the Liberal Democrat candidate aims to capitalise on this summer’s expected revival of her party’s fortunes.
Transport for Greater Manchester has launched the first phase of its £42million investment programme, Cycle City, at the new Broughton Cycleway.
If you feel an extra crunch in your popcorn at the Trafford Centre Odeon, you may want to make sure you aren’t getting more than you paid for.
Children hoping to find new families across Greater Manchester are facing a 20% longer wait to be adopted than three years ago, according to latest government figures.
A single mum-of-two wins Stretford Mall’s competition for budding entrepreneurs, Win A Shop, with her business The Girl for Bags
A group of Manchester ultimate frisbee veterans are bringing their discs to the golf course – and need your help to make their idea fly.
Trafford Council fracking plans in Davyhulme have been stopped after lobby group Friends of the Earth (FotE) drilled holes in their plans.
Funds to save lungs: Clean air group plead for donations to sustain tests into ‘unsafe’ M60 toxic gas levels
BCAG have already started a programme to monitor the air pollution in the Davyhulme and Urmston area, so that they can get a base line before the Davyhulme incinerator becomes operational
Manchester’s ‘avoidable death’ shame will only get worse if Barton energy plant goes ahead, warns eco group
The Breathe Clean Air Group contacted the council after MM revealed that, in 2012, male avoidable deaths in Manchester were at almost double the national average – 42% higher than the rest of the UK