13th December 2018 | By S.Walker

Student fees reduction launch article

Recently the UK government has been thinking about reducing UK student tuition fee loans. With this in mind I am launching a campaign to encourage...


12th December 2018 | By Jordan White

Local man blames a ‘lack of discipline for the younger generation’ after being attacked in Cheadle

Royston Able was attacked by a young man in the early hours of Saturday morning in Cheadle village last month and blames a lack of...


12th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Campaign Launched to Change the Culture of Sexual Harassment and Assault on UK University Campuses

Currently, 4%of women nationally claim they have experienced rape but this number rises to 8% on UK university campuses according to estimates from the Office for National Statistics....


12th December 2018 | By nq_admin

‘Fitness for Human Habitation’ bill reaches committee of the whole house

The ‘Fitness for Human Habitation Bill’ had its second reading on the 23rd November, which was committed to a Committee of the Whole House. The bill, hoping...


12th December 2018 | By nq_admin

The Feed Without Fear Campaign Launches- Let’s End The Stigma Surrounding Public Breastfeeding

Breasts … we all know what they are. We see them on a daily basis, whether on TV or plastered across billboards and magazines. We love...


12th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Comedian Amy Vreeke standing up for endometriosis

With the assist of her stand-up act, comedian Amy Vreeke is helping to raise awareness for endometriosis in an entertaining way, a condition close to...

Slow down fast fashion

11th December 2018 | By Hannah Lemoine

Raising awareness of the harmful effects of the fast fashion industry on the environment #slowdownfastfashion

A campaign to #SlowDownFastFashion This is a campaign to raise awareness of the environmental impacts of fast fashion. Fast fashion is defined as ‘inexpensive clothing produced...


11th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Campaign launched to raise awareness of the benefits of medical marijuana

Cannabis is the controversial drug on everyone’s mind following its legalisation in Canada and the introduction of its medical status in the UK in 2018.  ...


11th December 2018 | By Anousheh Yazdani

Campaign launched to raise awareness about the dangers of phone use whilst driving

Eyes Up campaign aims to raise awareness to drivers about the dangers of distracted walking especially when people use their mobile phones. In today’s society,...


10th December 2018 | By nq_admin

‘I would break down and cry every time I had to see the gynaecologist’

Sharon Weeks was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2009 after giving birth to her second son Charlie.  

Sarah Marston

10th December 2018 | By [email protected]

Sarah’s story #EyeAmAware

Left with unanswered questions after her children visited the local opticians, Sarah Marston, 48, a checkout operator from Leeds was left feeling saddened after she...


10th December 2018 | By nq_admin

#AskForAndrew Campaign set up to help gay men in Manchester

There is a cultural acceptance amongst gay men notably that this sort of behavior is acceptable.  It’s not. The aim of #AskForAndrew is to give the...


10th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Endometriosis support – right here in Manchester

Endometriosis UK, the UK’s leading endometriosis charity, runs support groups across the whole of Britain and Northern Ireland. These support groups allow those living with...


10th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Calls for speed limits on country roads to be reduced

The majority of country roads in the UK have a national speed limit of 60mph. Although, because of the design and condition of these roads,...


9th December 2018 | By [email protected]

#EyeAmAware campaign and Henshaws charity

In 1810 Thomas Henshaw, a businessman from Oldham, left £20,000 in his will to establish an Asylum for the Indigent Blind in Manchester. Today, that figure...


9th December 2018 | By H.Austin

Be CCTV Aware

It’s a Wednesday night in the student area of Manchester, Fallowfield and George and his friends have decided to go out for a few drinks....


9th December 2018 | By nq_admin

South Australia already ahead of the game in the fight for reduction of backyard breeders

Although a small part of the world, South Australia’s breeding regulations are up there with some of the best in the world. According to Animal...


7th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Living with endometriosis – Steph’s story of coping with endometriosis

Steph was diagnosed with endometriosis at the age of 18 and has lived with the chronic condition for 11 years. At the age of 14...

How Are You Org

6th December 2018 | By F.Wells

How Are You campaign launched to help care workers in the UK

There are around seven million carers in the UK. They dedicate their lives to taking care of other people’s loved ones and looking after them...


5th December 2018 | By nq_admin

Animal welfare organisations RSPCA and Dog’s Trust back new breeding regulations

Two of the most popular animal welfare organisations and some of the largest animal shelters in the country Dogs Trust and RSPCA are backing new government regulations to finally try and put an end to the unethical breeding of animals.