Christmas markets are back after the pandemic

3rd November 2022 | By Joe Hylton

Christmas markets to return this year bigger and better after long absence due to Covid-19

Manchester’s Christmas markets to finally return after a long standstill after coronavirus stopped people from coming together to embrace the festive season.

2nd November 2022 | By Ruby Qaimkhani

Reshaping the narrative as the first curator for inclusive history

A renowned historian is giving a talk tonight on the social history of their work within six palaces in the UK through the different (and...

31st October 2022 | By Elena John

Disabled people’s ongoing fight for rights showcased in People’s History Museum exhibition

Nothing About Us Without Us, a landmark exhibition detailing disabled people’s fight for rights, is launching at the People’s History Museum. The exhibition will open...

Wilmslow Road Murder

30th October 2022 | By Thomas Mansbridge

Man, 19, charged with murder of Man Met student Luke O’Connor

A 19-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Man Met student Luke O’Connor. Shiloh Pottinger has been remanded in custody and will appear...

29th October 2022 | By Elena John

Man arrested following fatal stabbing of Man Met student Luke O’Connor

A 19-year-old man was arrested in the Fallowfield area last night in relation to the stabbing of “gentle giant” Man Met student Luke O’Connor. The...

28th October 2022 | By Elena John

Man Met student who died after stabbing is named as 19-year-old Luke O’Connor

The family of Luke O’Connor have released a tribute to their “one of a kind” son, who died after being stabbed in Fallowfield on Wednesday. ...

27th October 2022 | By Kate Gaetto

Black Lives Matter mural vandalised at Chorlton Church and changed to ‘All lives matter’

Chorlton Central Church has been vandalised four times since showing support for the Black Lives Matter Campaign Church has apologised for its historic role in...

27th October 2022 | By Elena John

Will your pet dog finally be allowed to travel with you on trams?

Transport for Greater Manchester is to decide if pet dogs will be permanently permitted on trams following a three-month trial period.  From the start of...

27th October 2022 | By Chloe Graber

Black history month celebrated through creativity at central library event

Black creativity celebratory evening in Manchester Central Library Fashion show, art exhibition, word performance Brought by Bob Expo, Cultureville and Business IP Greater Manchester Carole...

26th October 2022 | By Chloe Graber

Ambitious plan revealed by Selfridges to go carbon neutral by 2040

Selfridges shares its first results on Project Earth Store moves its carbon-free objectives forward by 10 years Aims to reach ‘reuse and resale’ goals by...