| By Constance Enzler
Manchester Art Gallery launches digital campaign to help families build language skills of children under five
Manchester Art Gallery and Read Manchester have launched a virtual campaign to help parents build their children’s literacy skills at home. The...
| By Harry Hansen
Leaseholders call on the government to expand support to buildings under 18m tall with unsafe cladding
Residents worried they will be charged for replacing unsafe cladding are campaigning for more government support. The Hulme Life building is in...
| By Ruby Lopez
Longsight Library and a community group have partnered up to create an anti-racism bookshelf launch. The anti-racist bookshelf is an ongoing...
| By Lewis Oxley
Professor Martyn Evans has been appointed the new director of the Manchester School of Art at Manchester Metropolitan...
| By Hayley Grice
A Manchester mental health charity is hosting an online festival to showcase the diversity of culture across Trafford. The #OurTrafford...
| By Claudia Waring
Campaigners took to the streets in Moston at the weekend to protest against police brutality in Nigeria. Wearing personal protective...
| By Valentine Fourreau
Climate Emergency Manchester has launched a petition calling on the city council to establish a dedicated panel of councillors looking at...
| By Rory Gannon
Manchester musicians have hit out at the government for suggesting people left unemployed by the Covid-19 pandemic should retrain to find work....
| By George Crafer
The cost of citizenship registration for children is placing a 'huge burden' on the Somali community
The Somali community in Manchester is disproportionately affected by a £1,023 fee the Home Office charges to register some children born in the UK as...
| By Joanna Devany
Drastic budget cuts are predicted by Manchester City Council over the next year as the impact of the pandemic hits home. In a statement released on...