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Foodbank, Universal Credit, poverty
28th Oct
The cut to the £20-a-week increase to Universal Credit has left families in a vulnerable state and reliant on foodbanks to get by, it is...
Manchester Library Trail, libraries, Manchester City Council, reading
28th Oct
Many people picture their local library as an old and musty building filled with books that are gathering dust - but this couldn’t be further...
27th Oct
An alleyway in Salford that was transformed into a community space is now blighted with litter. Landlord Bertha Huayllani describes the...
Black History Month textile art in Manchester
19th Oct
A collection of vibrant portraits celebrating influential Black figures decorate the walls of Manchester HOME as part of a project by artist...
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7th Jul
35-year-old Ameera Ramzan runs Heaven’s Angels, the Hulme-based outreach programme providing around 200 bags of food a week to local people in...
Gioia Palmieri Swiss Review
20th Jun
The deadline to allow European and Swiss citizens to stay in Great Britain is fast approaching, having only until the end of the month to...
Helena Walker MMU sports medicine student
8th Jun
Saturday was the last day of the lockdown rugby league. Manchester Metropolitan played Manchester Rugby Club in the final game of the season....
26th Apr
Deciding to leave her day job and set up her own business was a therapeutic move for 46-year-old Janine Mitchell in more ways than one...
A white bluetooth keyboard on a white desk
27th Mar
Online learning is no longer new to us – the majority of students were forced online by the sudden closure of schools and universities in the first...
23rd Mar
Grateful for its calming green and melodic chirping, credit is owed to our old friends flora and fauna for carrying us through...

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