The MM e-zine for May 2021 is out now… and it’s a cracker! Packed with features from across the region
Northern Premier League clubs in Greater Manchester have faced a year like no other in 2020 but help could soon
A TRAFFORD resident has been recognised and honoured by The National Lottery and Repair Shop host Jay Blades for her
Police recently hit the streets of Trafford in a campaign to tackle knife crime. Operation Sycamore was a week of
Want to live a long, healthy and wealthy life in the NW? Find out where you should live (and places to avoid)
MM look into graphs which illustrate the connection between affluence (via house prices) and life expectancy, for both males and females. You will be able to see that, on average, women outlive men – which has been the trend, since the 1880s.
Whether it’s ice skating, gorging yourself on chocolate or sipping a pint and watching the boxing, there’s something for everyone this December in Manchester. So here’s our advent guide (spoiler alert – we may have spilled over into January, there’s THAT much going on…)
The Urmston food scene could potentially draw comparisons to Game of Thrones.
This year Green Party Cllr Michael Welton won the final Altrincham seat.
Labour consolidated their take-over of Trafford Council tonight winning six seats from the Conservatives and controlling the 21 wards for the first time since 2004.
Big up to the ‘MileShyClub’… MM chat to Manchester’s coach of the year on trading cigarettes for conditioning
Jane Dennison unpacks her bag out onto a table in the Sale Waterside Plaza. Out come the cones for the evening’s warm-up, each with ‘MileShyClub’ boldly written on in thick felt-tip. She’s there early, as she is every week, to set up for her cohort of runners that will be filtering in at any moment.
It’s so rare for me to think a one-man show isn’t long enough because, let’s be honest, most of them could be condensed into 15 minutes.