| By Katie Russell
Three dads who last year walked 324 miles for suicide awareness are campaigning to get mental health and suicide prevention included on the national...
| By Liam Taylor
The People’s History Museum has been selected as a finalist for the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2022. The Manchester museum is one of five on the...
| By Tyrese King
Salford’s Sounds From The Other City (SFTOC) festival has announced its full line-up ahead of its eagerly awaited live return on 1 May...
| By David Smith
NQ interviews Councillor Julie Reid: chair of Manchester's children and young person scrutiny committee
Northern Quota caught up with Councillor Julie Reid lto speak to her about her political career, and find out more about the chair of the children...
| By Okiemute Obotuke
The Asda store in Harpurhey has been named as one of the lowest in Greeter Manchester for fuel prices. Petrol price has surged yet again in the...
| By Alex Bradley
The footballing community has been at the forefront in condemning the actions of Vladimir Putin’s aggression. Since the invasion on 24 February...
| By Marina Argirova
Changing young lives in inner city Manchester: how St George's community centre is helping young people
“The value of youth work is about making a young person understand themselves better,” explains youth worker Chris Macintosh. Chris works out of St...
| By Megan Barlow
One is Ukrainian, the other from Russia, but both are implacably imposed to the invasion currently being carried out under President Putin's orders...
| By Megan Traviss
In conversation with Venture Arts: the Manchester charity with a mission to empower disabilities within the arts
The Northern Quota sat down for a chat with Venture Arts’ project manager, Sarah Boulter. Sarah has worked with Venture Arts for a year and recently...
| By Toni Clarke
In true Brit style, Alison Carr reckons we’d spend those final hours doing the weekly quiz down at our local pub. Or at least that’s the tale...