Rebecca Redican


11th November 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Manchester comes together on Remembrance Sunday to fall silent for those lost to war

Manchester will come together to pay their respects to those lost to war this Remembrance Sunday.  Last year’s remembrance procession could not take place due to...


3rd November 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Manchester’s Covid-19 death rate rises 300% as booster jab rollout increases

Mancunians are being advised to book a booster jab when possible after coronavirus deaths rose 300% in just one week. Health minister Robin Swann says the Covid-19 booster...

COP26 graffiti

28th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Man Met delegation prepares for COP26 to set target for net zero carbon emissions

A group of specialists in climate change and sustainability at Man Met are travelling to Glasgow to take part in the UN climate change conference...


27th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Banner making event gets a ‘shocking’ turnout ahead of Girls Night In protest

The University of Manchester hosted a banner making event ahead of the Girls Night In protest at St Peter’s Square. The protest is calling for a boycott of...


24th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Cheshire East has 79 miles of precautionary winter road gritting cut this winter

Cheshire East residents have raised concerns over 219 roads that will no longer be gritted this winter. Gritting has been scrapped from numerous areas of...


20th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Manchester Met students act as key players in mock COP26 climate change summit

A Man Met Mock COP26 event gave students the opportunity to play the roles of members of the government, global activists and economists. The conference, which took...


8th October 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Metrolink tram strike is cancelled less than 30 hours before Sunday’s Manchester marathon

Runners and spectators of the fourth largest marathon in Europe are breathing a sigh of relief after Metrolink tram drivers called off planned strike action this...


29th September 2021 | By Rebecca Redican

Football fans breathe sigh of relief after Metrolink strike plans put on hold

Football fans have expressed relief after Unite Union suspended strike plans for Metrolink’s 300 drivers at the weekend following a “greatly improved pay offer”.   Workers were originally offered...