Daniel Mardle


3rd February 2020 | By Daniel Mardle

Extinction Rebellion say being placed on ‘extremist’ list will not stop fight to save the planet

Extinction Rebellion have not been deterred after being placed on the extreme ideology list by counter-terrorism police.   In fact, they have taken it as a sign...


20th January 2020 | By Daniel Mardle

Salford Litter Heroes clean up the streets with an army of volunteers

Salford Litter Heroes have been taking to the streets tidying up litter-strewn streets and footpaths. The group was formed by 22-year-old teaching student Danielle Wright in...


13th December 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

Charity ‘sleep walk’ across Manchester by UK’s leading homelessness charity brings huge turnout

Following the success of a charity walk in London earlier this month which raised £500,000, the homelessness charity Shelter hoped to repeat its success in...


11th December 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

Liberal Democrats and Greens stress that this is ‘the climate election!’

Extinction Rebellion have been engaging with election candidates and constituents about addressing climate change.   At an election hustings in Chorlton, local candidates were invited but the...


7th December 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

In the fight against drugs the current system ‘does more harm than good’, say families

A panel set up to examine the problem of drugs says that making drugs illegal only benefits criminals. The Taking Drugs Seriously panel compares the current system...


6th December 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

Cause of fire at the Cube in Bolton may herald warning for other buildings

The cause of the fire at The Cube student residents in Bolton is yet to be determined but it has been confirmed that it was cladded...


27th November 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

Manchester’s advanced cycle network progresses to the next stage

Work on a new 1.6km cycleway linking MediaCityUK, Salford Quays, Ordsall and Old Trafford will start next June as part of Salford City Council’s £20m...


5th November 2019 | By Daniel Mardle

Review: Reasons To Stay Alive by Matt Haig is a reason to visit Home

It’s a tough premise to sell.  A play based on a book of someone’s real battle with depression and thoughts of suicide.  Sorry, I did...