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Police cars swarmed Manchester city centre after two men were knocked down by two buses.

11th December 2023 | By Rebecca Mills

Night of Chaos: Two men rushed to hospital after being hit by buses in Manchester City Centre.

Police shut off Princess Street and Portland Street last night after two men were involved in two separate road accidents. Emergency services transported a 54-year-old man...

Socialist Alternative Protests - Credit Makenna Ali

6th December 2023 | By Makenna Ali

Local activists claim “the system is by nature divided by rich and poor and gender baselines”

Feminist Socialist Alternative took to Oxford Road in Manchester to mark the United Nation’s international day for the elimination of violence against women. Socialist Alternative...

6th December 2023 | By Oyindamola Daramola

Salford fireworks display for ‘bonfire night’

The local community braved the cold weather for to celebrate bonfire night. The event took place at prince’s park in Salford .There were free tickets...

5th December 2023 | By Meg Jones

Dead Women Walking: Manchester murder march

Local women gathered in the city centre and marched single file while reading out the names and ages of domestic violence victims over the past...

5th December 2023 | By Zoe Spencer

Stan’s Secret Santa begins at Manchester Museum

Feature image credit: Manchester Museum. Manchester Museum’s beloved Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stan, has put his Santa hat on for a charity gift appeal. Stan’s secret santa...

Last Steps exhibition

2nd December 2023 | By Anna Klekot

Poignant Last Steps exhibition highlights the issue of dangerous driving in Greater Manchester

A pop-up exhibition has appeared on Market Street symbolizing the 25 lives lost due to dangerous driving on Greater Manchester’s roads last year . TfGM...

1st December 2023 | By Zoe Spencer

Climate Emergency Manchester urge the council to ditch advertising high-carbon products

A Manchester-based activist group are putting pressure on the council to reduce the number of advertisements around the city centre promoting fossil fuel companies and...

bike with red tires

1st December 2023 | By Martha Norris

Fallowfields named as bike theft hotspot. 

A report by Greater Manchester Police has revealed that bike thefts in the city are three times higher than 2021 with Fallowfield being the worst...

1st December 2023 | By Zoe Spencer

“We cannot do nothing”: activists unite to mark the start of COP 28

A group of climate activists gathered at Media City on Thursday to hold world leaders and media corporations to account for the impact of climate...

Laughing gas canisters discarded by the side of a road near Ebbsfleet, Kent

30th November 2023 | By Rebecca Mills

Laughing Gas ban aims to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Laughing Gas, also known as nitrous oxide, has been made illegal for recreational use in the UK, making it the second country to do so....

Rough sleeper on steps. Photo Credit: Yui Mok/PA Wire

28th November 2023 | By Thomas Why

“The numbers are going up” as Manchester city council initiate winter plan to aid rough sleepers

Manchester city council have recently announced its plan to help people sleeping rough in Manchester this winter as number of rough sleepers rises.

27th November 2023 | By Cian Mullen

Outraged community protests as man was ‘punched five times’ in handcuffs

A small crowd gathered outside Stretford Police Station on Monday 6th November in response to a controversial video of police officers arresting a man.  This...

23rd November 2023 | By Matchday Live

‘Ref-mic’ first for Matchday Live as women’s rugby coverage moves up another notch

MMU 53 Sheffield 5 By Felicity Hitch at Platt Lane Viewers watching MMU’s Matchday Live coverage of this week’s women’s rugby Cup clash with Sheffield...

Modern Slavery- Credit PA Images

19th November 2023 | By Makenna Ali

Modern Slavery is on the rise increasing homelessness in Manchester

Manchester Councillors have called for action to uncover modern slavery in the city as it is causing a rise in homelessness in Manchester. At a...

19th November 2023 | By Martha Norris

24-hour run in Manchester to raise money for homelessness.

A Manchester-based charity group set the challenge to run for 24 hours in order to raise money and create awareness for the increase in homelessness...

13th November 2023 | By Amber Brooks

Urban gardens help boost mood this winter

The iconic 'Sky-Garden' is open all year round to boost moods and provide green spaces to 'nature deprived people'

13th November 2023 | By Amber Brooks

‘We will remember them.’ Manchester City Center marks Remembrance Sunday in touching tribute. 

Manchester City Centre was crowded to remember those who fought for our country and those impacted by conflict across the planet since the First World War.

10th November 2023 | By Matchday Live

Platt Lane lives up to ‘fortress’ reputation on a bruising afternoon for Bishop Burton

Manchester Met 1st XV 80 Bishop Burton 19 By Oliver Jones at Platt Lane Manchester Met Rugby first XV returned to Fortress Platt lane in...

protestors holding a banner saying Make Amazon Pay

7th November 2023 | By Meg Jones

“This is the fight of our time” – over 80 organisations unite in bid to make change at the Make Amazon Pay Summit

The first ever summit to 'Make Amazon Pay' was held at the Manchester Mechanics Institute over the weekend.

5th November 2023 | By Matchday Live

Free-scoring Man Met edge out Newcastle in top-of-the-table basketball thriller

MMU 93 Newcastle Uni 76 By Ronnie Smart at Platt Lane Watch the whole game on Matchday Live here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsJ_-m8NArM Both teams came into this...