23rd May 2023 | By Beth IbbotsonUK’s first LGBT Extra Care scheme to be built in Whalley Range
Manchester City Council announced plans for the UK's first purpose-built Extra Care scheme for the elder LGBT community
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.
23rd May 2023 | By Kate GaettoFallowfield residents raise concerns after petrol station alcohol licence is granted
Fallowfield Residents Group object license application to sell alcohol at the Shell Petrol station on Wilmslow Road. This is due to safety concerns about the station's proximity to temporary accomodation.
23rd May 2023 | By Joe HyltonChorlton Bookshop talks cost a living crisis
Chorlton Bookshop has stood high on Wilbraham Road in Cholrotn for 40 years. I asked a bookkeeper who's name is Joanne about the cost of living crisis
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 Ruby QaimkhaniNew bike tool station installed in Cheetham Hill
A mosque in Cheetham Hill is encouraging residents to take up biking instead of using motor vehicles. This is the hopes of helping them to get healthier and decrease obesity while reducing harmful carbon emissions which are having negative effects on the environment.
22nd May 2023 | By Miles CookeCommunity shows love for Withington on Village Action Day
This weekend, Withington residents banded together for Withington Village Action Day. A joint venture between Withington Civic Society and Manchester City Council on Saturday May...
22nd May 2023 | By Zara GallimoreFestivals and the environment: are we doing enough?
How can event organisers be more environmentally friendly to protect our fields after festivals.
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 Beth IbbotsonWhalley Range begins LGBTQ+ celebration: ‘Pride on the Range’
Whalley Range begins the month-long festival of LGBTQ+ 'Pride on the Range'.
19th May 2023 | By Zara GallimoreIllegal shisha café on Curry Mile has £174k confiscated after breaching planning law
A café on the curry mile has been found to be operating as an illegal Shisha bar and forced to hand over £174,000.
19th May 2023 | By Zara GallimoreBus diversions on the Curry Mile to be made permanent
Bus diversions in Rusholme to be made permanent from July 23rd.
19th May 2023 | By Miles CookeWithington Baths frontage restored to former Edwardian glory
After over a year of waiting, vital restoration work is all but complete at a Withington swimming baths once condemned for closure. The frontage of...
18th May 2023 | By Kate GaettoKingswood Park survey opens discussion for renovation plans and elections
Kingswood Park volunteers will meet to elect individuals to form a constituted group on the 8th June 2023. Manchester City Council ran an online survey...
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.
18th May 2023 | By Jessica SmithTrees Not Cars continue their campaign for green spaces in Ancoats due to health fears for local children
Trees Not Cars MCR continue their campaign for green spaces to improve air quality after local children health scares.
17th May 2023 | By Joe HyltonChorlton hosts Arts Festival for its 21st anniversary hosting the event since 2001
Chorlton will hosts its 21st annerversy of the Cholrton Arts festival, where local artists and volunteers share their talents. This event will take place on the 19th May and will end on the 28Th May
17th May 2023 | By Elena JohnHulme receives second emergency bleed control kit in bid to tackle knife and gun crime
A new emergency bleed control box has been installed in Hulme as part of an ongoing campaign to tackle weapon crime across Greater Manchester.
17th May 2023 | By Ruby QaimkhaniGMP seize Bentley car and other goods in suspected money laundering case
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of money laundering. The men, aged 50 and 48, were arrested on Tuesday 16 May after a lengthy investigation in two areas of North Manchester. Warrants were obtained to search four properties and seized goods included a Bentley car and money.
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.