7th February 2023 | By Elena John

Rise in faulty heaters leads to warning from Greater Manchester fire and rescue

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue have issued a warning to ensure the quality of your portable heater amidst a rise in fire call-outs during the cost of living crisis.

7th February 2023 | By Miles Cooke

Three men arrested in dawn raid on Cheetham Hill property in connection with gang related burglaries

Greater Manchester Police has arrested three men suspected of involvement in gang related burglaries following a dawn raid on a property in Cheetham Hill this...

7th February 2023 | By Thomas Mansbridge

GMP continue to investigate missing woman one year after disappearance

Greater Manchester Police are appealing for further information from the public about the disappearance of a women from Manchester, one year after she went missing....

7th February 2023 | By Miles Cooke

Murder investigation launched following death of man in Longsight

Greater Manchester Police has launched a murder investigation following the death of a man in Longsight. Police were called to a property on Plymouth Grove...

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31st January 2023 | By Thomas Mansbridge

Oldham councillor urges Ofgem to reform the use of prepayment meters as thousands face cold and dark this winter

An Oldham councillor has sent an open letter to Ofgem urging it to remove prepayment meters for thousands of households. Also known as pay-as-you-go meters,...

31st January 2023 | By Zara Gallimore

Grassroots music venue live performances have fallen by 17% since 2019

The Music Venue Trust (MVT) has called for a review of VAT for venue ticket sales after a report found that grassroot music venue live...


31st January 2023 | By Ruby Qaimkhani

How will tomorrow’s rail strikes impact commuters in and around Manchester?

Industrial action has been announced by both the ASLEF and RMT unions this week.

31st January 2023 | By Elena John

Tesco streamlining will impact 2,100 jobs and 40 greater Manchester stores

Image: Nicholas.T.Ansell, PA Media Tesco has announced a full closure of their deli counters and a rethink of store management structure and head office operations....

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31st January 2023 | By Beth Ibbotson

Former Salford police officer dismissed for improper relationship with vulnerable woman

A Salford police officer has been sacked from Greater Manchester Police for carrying out an “improper relationship” with a vulnerable woman. Paul Banks appeared before...

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24th January 2023 | By Joe Hylton

Trees not Cars battle to save Ancoats former retail park

Manchester’s Trees not Cars group is campaigning against a proposal for new offices in the heart of Ancoats. Campaigners believe that the publicly-owned 10.5 acre...

24th January 2023 | By Ola Adeyemi

Residents decry deplorable living conditions, quip whether they live in Europe or where

Residents of Manchester City Council housing in Moston have decried the spate of insecurity and deplorable living condition which made one resident query whether they...

24th January 2023 | By Callum Pickup

Hushing up the Northern Music Scene

The Night and Day Cafe, the lauded Oldham Street music venue, was served a Noise Abatement Notice (NAN) by the Manchester City Council in 2021...

23rd January 2023 | By Callum Pickup

A New Project aims to Protect Polish Minorities from Domestic Abuse

A new project has been established in Manchester to offer specialist support for Polish victims and survivors of domestic abuse.  Vesta-Specialist Family Support CIC (previously...

23rd January 2023 | By Callum Pickup

A ninth local nature reserve declared in the name of biodiversity

The city council has approved the decision to make Kenworthy Woods (the 36 hectares former tip located in Northenden) the city’s ninth Local Nature Reserve...


23rd January 2023 | By Beth Ibbotson

Manchester nurse brings attention to understaffing, poor working conditions and low pay in NHS

With concerns of understaffing, bad working conditions, and low pay plaguing the NHS, a nurse has spoken of her decision to strike.  Maizie Rock, 23,...

23rd January 2023 | By Zara Gallimore

Climate Action in Hulme: From the Ground Up by Len Grant

Last month saw the launch of Climate Action in Hulme: From the Ground Up by Len Grant which was a commissioned piece by Manchester City...

23rd January 2023 | By Ruby Qaimkhani

‘Over the winter months the emergency departments looked similar to what I would expect in a war zone’, says NHS paramedic

Industrial action is continuing today (Monday) with strikes by public sector workers – including ambulance staff – for the third time in five weeks. The...

23rd January 2023 | By Miles Cooke

Public consultation over Gorton developments ends

Public consultation over planned developments in the Gorton area have now closed with residents saying they want more green spaces. Manchester city council has plans...

23rd January 2023 | By Miles Cooke

Manchester charity distributed almost two thousand tonnes of surplus food destined to be thrown away in 2022

Nearly 2,000 tonnes of quality surplus from the food industry was saved from the bin by FareShare Greater Manchester last year. The volunteer team instead...

23rd January 2023 | By Miles Cooke

Manchester homeless population one of the largest in the country, says Shelter

New data from the charity Shelter indicates Manchester has one of the highest rates of homelessness in the United Kingdom. This comes after billboards were...