25th May 2023 | By Ruby QaimkhaniHow a ‘grumpy’ baker turned gratitude, helping others and sweet treats into an artisan business
Ruby Qaimkhani of the Northern Quota speaks to Cheetham Hill's Hamza Afzal (The Grumpy Baker) on his recipe for success. From being an artisan baking business owner and starting off during the lockdown restrictions and how the cost of living crisis has affected his business.
23rd May 2023 | By Beth IbbotsonNature enthusiasts unite in Whalley Range
Whalley Range for Wildlife and Friends of Alexandra Park are dedicated community groups working to preserve and celebrate nature in Whalley Range, Manchester
23rd May 2023 | By Callum PickupLaura Harris calls for the government to take action amidst a mental health crisis
With the rise of mental health problems in young people, Laura Harris calls for the government to take action.
22nd May 2023 | By Thomas MansbridgeRemembering Maine Road: 20 years since the move
This year marks two major anniversaries for Maine Road, the old football grounds for Manchester City fans.
22nd May 2023 | By Jessica SmithHow Ancoats Run Club is encouraging better health in more ways than one
Member of Ancoats Run Club talks to NQ about being part of a running club and how it has helped their health and well-being.
20th May 2023 | By Thomas MarkhamHeron heaven: Boggart Hole Clough pays tribute to it’s ‘famous’ wildlife
Karl Macauley has designed a new wood carving of a Heron, paying homage to the wildlife in Boggart Hole Clough.
19th May 2023 | By Callum PickupDidsbury win the Manchester and Cheshire Cup
In front of over 200 Spectators, AFC Didsbury win the Manchester and Chesire Cup by beating Romiley 2-0 in the final at Wythenshawe Town.
18th May 2023 | By Thomas MarkhamHow does Blackley and Charlestown compare to other wards within Manchester?
More than 50% of people living Charlestown are deprived in more than one dimension. This means that more than half of the people living in Charlestown are deprived in one of the ONS four measures.
16th May 2023 | By Callum PickupDidsbury Players announce a new production
The amateur dramatics society, The Didsbury Players, reveals their upcoming production, Vinegar Tom. The production will take place on the 16th and 17th of June at the East Didsbury Methodist Church.
16th May 2023 | By Callum PickupSiemens run the Great Manchester Run
On May 21st, the Great Manchester Run returns, celebrating its 20th anniversary. This year 50 Siemen runners will be taking on the 10k and the half marathon, intending to raise £8000 in donations for the Francis House Children Hospice, based in Didsbury.
15th May 2023 | By Elena JohnProject amplifying Hulme resident’s voices granted funding by Arts Council England
A local project, We Live Here, which hopes to amplify the stories of Hulme residents, has been awarded funding by Arts Council England.
9th May 2023 | By Thomas MansbridgeLinda Brogan: ‘I’m not educated – to get to high-level writing, I’ve done it myself’
Linda Brogan, a multi-award winning playwright, has curated a book alongside three first-time authors that tells the stories of them growing up in Manchester.
10th March 2023 | By Elena JohnHulme Hippodrome owners ordered to improve building’s appearance but that’s not enough to save it say campaigners
Hulme Hippodrome’s owners have been ordered to complete emergency repairs to improve the building's appearance but more must be done if the historic theatre is to be preserved, say Save Hulme Hippodrome campaigners.
8th March 2023 | By Thomas Mansbridge‘The doors can open to get people out’: Moss Side artist curates exhibit at National Football Museum
From Moss Side to Marseille: Artist, Michael Browne, and footballer, Eric Cantana have opened a new exhibit at the National Football Museum in Manchester. The exhibit displays paintings depicting sporting legends.
13th February 2023 | By Dorthe BergerEarthquake survivors in Turkey and Syria, gets help from University of Manchester students
On the 8th, 9th and 10th of February, students at University of Manchester raised awareness to the earthquake survivors in Turkey and Syria with gathering money and...
8th February 2023 | By Thomas MarkhamHarry Gray – The Tour de Force behind changing cycling in Greater Manchester
When Andy Burnham became Mayor of Greater Manchester, he pledged a plan to integrate a London-style transport system in Greater Manchester, known as the ‘Bee...
4th January 2023 | By Joe HyltonWhen Mohammed Ali visited Manchester in 1992 and was captured on film in a mock sparring contest
An iconic legend known for his speed and his ability, not many people may know that Mohammed Ali – the greatest heavyweight boxer of all...
3rd January 2023 | By Zara Gallimore‘Pop-up living room’ appears in the heart of Northern Quarter to encourage people to chat and improve their mental health
A pop-up ‘living room’ open to anyone and everyone to have a cup of tea and a chat appeared in in the Northern Quarter. Social...
19th December 2022 | By Zara GallimoreUniversity of Manchester to give students a one-off payment to help with the cost of living crisis
The University of Manchester (UoM) has announced it will give full-time students a one-off payment of £170 to help deal with the cost of living...
25th November 2022 | By Elena JohnMore must be done to eliminate racism in football, says campaigner
Photo by Peter Glaser on Unsplash A former professional football player says more action must be taken on racism and mental health in football. With the FIFA World...