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17th January 2017 | By nq_admin

Manchester festival hopes to end homelessness

Manchester is currently in the midst of a homelessness crisis. The numbers of homeless in the city have been rising since 2010, and it does...


17th January 2017 | By nq_admin

Salford student set to host TV show in America

Lavinia Goddard, a student at the University of Salford, has won the opportunity to present a religious magazine show, which will be broadcast to millions in the UK,...


10th January 2017 | By nq_admin

WWE’s UK Championship Tournament sparks a promising new era for independent wrestling

NQ's Adnan Riaz gives his opinion on how the UK wrestling scene will be affected by the arrival of the WWE's maiden UK Championship Tournament....


4th January 2017 | By nq_admin

Green Party Mayoral candidate, Deyika Nzeribe, tragically dies aged 50

It is with great sadness that we publish this interview. Deyika Nzeribe was a fantastic man, who tirelessly worked for all the people of Manchester;...


3rd January 2017 | By helen heath

Mother pays beautiful tribute to ‘confident and imaginative’ daughter

I first met Ralph on a crowded dance floor at Cadmans in Sale. Ralph hadn't danced for many years, and his friend Wayne, who owned...


29th November 2016 | By nq_admin

Devon Harris, the original Cool Runnings, “the journey to success involves failure”

Devon Harris: The Original Cool Running from Northern Quota on Vimeo. The NQ has recently teamed up with Team Stickman to bring you inspirational interviews...


13th November 2016 | By nq_admin

Sunday Review: Cake and Bake Show live in Manchester

Last Thursday, 10 November, I attended the Cake and Bake Show in Event City, which promised to be a huge event. It definitely lived up to expectations!...


12th November 2016 | By nq_admin

The opening night for Louder than Words

When I first heard about louder than words, I didn’t expect the event to be quite as big. Created by Dr Jill Adam, the festival...


21st October 2016 | By nq_admin

MMU students annoyed at lack of bike racks outside the Geoffrey Manton building

Students who cycle into the Geoffrey Manton building are taking grievances with the lack of places to chain their bikes.  The demolition works to the Arts Building...


14th October 2016 | By nq_admin

Social media empowering LGBT community to come out on National Coming Out Day 2016

Now in its 28th year, The NQ took to the streets and interviewed local Manchester students what National Coming Out Day really means to them....

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8th October 2016 | By nq_admin

Weekend Feature: Is Manchester facing a sexual assault crisis?

With approximately 85,000 women and 12,000 men raped and nearly 500,000 adults being sexually assaulted per year in England and Wales, it's all far too...


30th September 2016 | By nq_admin

Two golds and two world records: Kadeena Cox, MMU Hero

Kadeena, a MMU Sports student and the first Brit since Isabel Barr in the 1984 Summer Paralympics to win gold medals in two different sports...


26th July 2016 | By nq_admin

Police commissioner calls says small-scale cannabis growers ‘won’t face prosecution’

It may sound like an oxymoron to hear of a police commissioner in favour of the decriminalisation of drugs but for Durham’s Ron Hogg, nothing...


19th July 2016 | By nq_admin

MMU journalism student Miles Casey takes part in Exercise Triton

With Dove Stone reservoir collapsing following a sinkhole breach, GMP, along with the Environmental Agency and United Utilities, invited MMU journalism students to discuss the...


7th July 2016 | By nq_admin

My interview with Peter Mandelson

When I started my Masters course in Multimedia Journalism at Manchester Metropolitan University (Manchester Met) last September, I had dreams of interviewing some of the...


24th March 2016 | By dave porter

Cervantes and Shakespeare appear at Man Met

Cervantes meets Shakespeare in the latest in the latest event organised as part of MMU’s  Humanities in Public season. The event, entitled Tilting at Windmills:...


2nd February 2016 | By nq_admin

But you don’t look depressed: challenging mental health perceptions

by Michelle Kight February 4 2016 is Time To Talk Day, a day dedicated to removing the misconceptions surrounding the mental health issues that affect one in...


22nd January 2016 | By nq_admin

10 things I wish I’d known about running a 10K race

by Michelle Kight It’s that time of year when the country unanimously declares a fitness kick and the local gym becomes a sea of lycra. Hands up if...


20th January 2016 | By nq_admin

8,000 join search for missing Radcliffe cockapoo Izzy

MORE than 8,000 people have joined a Facebook group for a missing cockapoo dog  Izzy disappeared 11 months ago and her family has put up hundreds...

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9th December 2015 | By nq_admin

Culture Collective at Manchester University

Sneha Ajith is currently a third year law student at the University of Manchester and President of the Indian Dance Society. She is an international...