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A photo of the start of the Curry Mile.

1st May 2023 | By Zara Gallimore

Stop and searches in Rusholme increased after series of violent robberies

Stop and searches have been increased in Rusholme following a serious of violent robberies of mopeds.

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12th December 2018 | By Sian McGuinness

Immigration arrests made at Rusholme shisha café as police tackle indoor smoking

Three people have been arrested by immigration officials at a shisha café as police tackle the issue of indoor smoking.   The arrests were made at the...

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24th October 2018 | By Alexander Candlin

Rusholme’s curry mile and its colourful characters brought to life in series of sketches

An award-wining photographer has turned his talents to sketching to document Rusholme’s vibrant community. Len Grant has spent the last year sat on a sketching stool...

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20th March 2017 | By nq_admin

Rusholme ward by-election announced

A council by-election will be held in Manchester's Rusholme ward. The election will take place on Thursday 4 May, the same day as the Manchester...

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22nd May 2023 | By Zara Gallimore

Celebration in culture and literature at the bookshop on the Curry Mile

A bookshop on the curry mile, Alexandria Library, that is entirely charity-run with funding from various churches and ran by volunteers.

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19th May 2023 | By Zara Gallimore

Bus diversions on the Curry Mile to be made permanent

Bus diversions in Rusholme to be made permanent from July 23rd.

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1st December 2022 | By Thomas Markham

Women’s safety in question as proposal of a night tram stalls after cross party disagreements in Council meeting

Questions around a night tram service in Manchester have come to light once again in the Manchester City Council meeting yesterday (Wednesday 30 November). The...

25th November 2022 | By Joe Hylton

Confronting climate change along Manchester’s famous Curry Mile

A vibrant, multicultural and diverse street in the heart of confronting Climate Change. Manchester’s famous Curry Mile runs through the centre of Rusholme and is...

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8th March 2022 | By Joseph O'Shea

‘Had this kit had been available he might still been here today’: Manchester’s first bleed safety cabinet installed in memory of schoolboy Rhamero West

Manchester’s first life-saving ‘bleed safety’ cabinet has been installed in memory of schoolboy Rhamero West who died in a knife attack. The cabinet will help...

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16th November 2021 | By Joseph O'Shea

Two local football clubs put rivalry aside to raise money for men’s mental health

Two football clubs put their rivalry aside to raise money for men’s health. Dawn Court United and AFC Turn Moss teamed up to take part in...

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16th May 2021 | By George Crafer

Crowds gather in Platt Fields park in solidarity with Palestine to protest against killings and evictions in West Bank

Hundreds gathered yesterday in Platt Fields park in Rusholme in solidarity with Palestinians and to commemorate the Nakba—the anniversary of the exodus of Palestinians after the...

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16th October 2020 | By Joanna Devany

Manchester councillors make plea for government funding as drastic cuts loom for 2021

Drastic budget cuts are predicted by Manchester City Council over the next year as the impact of the pandemic hits home. In a statement released...

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11th December 2019 | By Demi Sheridan

Lights for Liberty Campaign Launch

  The students of Manchester need a safe place to call home. Over the years, the students of Manchester Metropolitan University and The University of...

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4th November 2019 | By Marcus Chan

New sketch book brings to life redevelopment of city centre quarter

A Manchester sketcher and writer has created a sketchbook named Mayfield Stories which brings the redevelopment of a historic part of the city to life....

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4th June 2019 | By Matt Hartless

What’s happening in the city as Manchester celebrates Eid this week?

Eid Al-Fitr will be celebrated today and tomorrow to mark the end of Ramadan in the Muslim calendar. The festival is often celebrated with a...

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6th May 2019 | By Hanya Hassan

Places to visit during Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar were Muslims fast from dawn till dusk, not only abstaining from food but from other discouraged...

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20th January 2019 | By Sam Peckett

Manchester healthcare partnership ‘preparing’ Brexit plan, spokesperson says

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester’s healthcare partnership has stated the region is prepared for ‘any and all possible events’ that may impact services as a...

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5th January 2019 | By Matt Hartless

12 Days of Manchester: 12 is the length in kilometres of the proposed HS2 tunnel

Who really knows how, when and if the HS2 high-speed train network will be built, but proposed plans include a 12km long tunnel under Manchester...

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13th November 2018 | By Isaac Dixon

Campaign launched to make Fallowfield a safer place to live

Do you live in Fallowfield or know somebody that does? If so, you are probably aware of how unsafe the neighbourhood is. You have probably...

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9th March 2018 | By nq_admin

Is the closure of Antwerp Mansion proof that Manchester is selling its soul?

‘Take me out tonight / Where there’s music and there’s people / And they’re young and alive’, Morrissey famously sang. From the Northern Soul era...