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The Great Post Office Scandal Nick Wallis interview
22nd Feb
Nick Wallis, the man who brought the Post Office scandal, the largest miscarriage of justice in British legal history, into the national...
Sub-postmasters talk Post Office Scandal at Innocence Project event
21st Feb
Between 2000 and 2014, over 700 sub-postmasters lost their jobs, faced fines and prosecutions over a flaws in an accounting software system. Some...
9th Feb
Police in Bury raided on four different properties last night with more than 372 plants seized. Police estimate that the drugs have an...
Linda Brogan The Reno
8th Dec
Growing up in Manchester during the 1970s was a difficult period for members of the Afro-Caribbean community, with Linda Brogan vividly...
Promotion of the nail bar boys
6th Dec
A new nail salon on Oxford Road which opened recently certainly looks ordinary enough from the outside But most people will be unaware that the...
4th Nov
A traffic management scheme designed to get cars off the road and encourage more people to cycle has received a mixed response in a south Manchester...
3rd Nov
A group of women in Ancoats are making their voices heard in a battle with the council to get a public park in the heart of Manchester city centre....
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...

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