A Greater Manchester care home that failed to treat its residents with ‘dignity and respect’ was found to be in breach of nine safety regulations after a Care Quality Commission inspection.
Barry Thompson, a Stockport-based insurance director, turns 60 in March, and to mark the day, he is launching ‘60 Dos with Barry’, with an event to mark each year.
Life-changing calming techniques have been introduced at a Manchester hospital’s mobile chemotherapy unit in order treat patients who suffer from anxiety and a phobia of needles.
Withington’s unemployed workers ‘suffering at the hands of the government’ can look forward to a ‘radical’ new community service to turn to for help and support as a new centre launches today.
Gorton’s Green Party candidate Laura Bannister has spoken of a ‘positive but tough’ campaign.
The Manchester Greens are the latest branch of the party’s North West contingent to launch a Crowdfunding campaign to raise vital cash for their election candidates.
The short film, entitled ‘Student House Parties: The Impact’, was created by Manchester Student Homes as part of the Alcohol Impact project, run by the National Union of Students and Home Office.
Withington’s very own hedgehog heroin is set to be honoured with a British Empire Medal from the Queen.
Delaying the publication of the Chilcot Inquiry into the Iraq war until after the general election is ‘simply unacceptable’ – and Manchester MPs and activists have claimed the public have a right to know before they vote.
Ed Miliband’s call to students to make sure they are registered to vote, has been backed by a Labour Parliamentary candidate for Manchester.
A Manchester councillor has accused half the British cabinet of tax avoidance during a council meeting this week.