This week, for the first time in the history of the NHS, an all-out junior doctor’s strike has taken place in England.
‘Never leave home without it’: Lipstick not feminism makes a successful woman, says Manchester life coach
Feminism has nothing on lipstick when it comes to pursuing success, according to a Manchester life coach who contributed to a best-seller aimed at ‘inspiring women’.
An Oldham lifeguard has been listed in the UK’s top 10 employees aged over 50, but was pipped to the top five by Professor Stephen Hawking.
Ms Abrahams, who is a member of the work and pensions select committee, said Mr Duncan Smith was a ‘disgrace’ following revelations that the Department for Work and Pensions created a leaflet about sanctions containing made-up quotes attributed to non-existent benefit claimants.
The number of people who are self-employed in Greater Manchester is up 28% since the financial crisis, with those taking on the burden labelled ‘unsung heroes’ of the economic recovery.
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.
MP Kate Green has pledged to promote more autism awareness in Trafford after people’s understanding of the ‘complex condition’ was deemed ‘desperately low’ by a leading charity boss.
Mental health problems for call centre staff a bigger and bigger issue, says Manchester union representative
The mental health problems for call centre employees is becoming a ‘bigger and bigger issue’, a senior Manchester union representative has warned.
Manchester has been ranked the top city in England for graduate opportunities and affordable housing, according to a new report launched today.
Working from home is a rapidly growing trend in the North West as the number of people doing paperwork in their pyjamas has increased by more than 70,000 in the last 10 years – and 200,000 more would like to join them, according to the Trade Union Congress.
As the BBC reveal that medical staff are having to learn how to stand up to their bosses with a simulator set up at the University of Oxford, MM took to the streets to find out if Manchester have a problem voicing their views to people in positions of authority.