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The Lowry, Coronavirus, Job Losses
2nd Oct
The Lowry theatre’s contract with the Ministry of Justice to become a Nightingale court has been described as a “breather” rather than as a...
28th Sep
The government's new 10pm curfew is putting dozens of jobs at risk in Manchester's Northern Quarter as late-night venues are being disproportionately...
Manchester Camerata
26th Sep
Manchester Camerata orchestra is premiering a new digital film series this week to engage with Manchester residents during the pandemic. As an...
Football Seats by David Sraight
26th Sep
With the Covid R-rate declining in the past months it was time to slowly introduce routine into people’s lives. One of these was a trial for 1000...
Hold Still
18th Sep
The owner of a Middleton takeaway is "enormously proud" to have been revealed as a finalist in the National Portrait Gallery’s Hold Still...
Man City has been one of the local clubs deeply affected during lockdown
1st Jul
The ongoing lockdown has affected many businesses and working people, but especially those involved in sports activities and societies. ...
Charlene Karen Howie, a mum and carer. Her image projected on to a Himalayan Birch near the Football Museum in Manchester.
20th Jun
Thirty-three key workers from across Greater Manchester have been honoured after their portraits were projected onto trees in Manchester city...
Mental health covid-19
5th Jun
As the need for mental health services continues to rise during lockdown, digital access has become essential for those with mental illness....
Coronavirus, student, doctor, covid-19
2nd Jun
NQ interviewed a student doctor on what it is like studying and working during a pandemic. Italia Leech, 19,  from Oldham is currently a first-...
Deansgate, bars, clubs, coronavirus
1st Jun
Social distancing is now a part of everyday life for the foreseeable future. In March, Boris Johnson ordered a nationwide shutdown of all pubs, clubs...

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