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Immigrants, refugees, covid-19, vaccine
23rd Feb
Manchester Refugee Network has called on the Department of Health to ensure the coronavirus vaccine is safely accessible to everyone regardless of...
18th Feb
The ‘No Police in Schools’ campaign is fighting against plans to increase police presence in schools.   The campaign is backed by Manchester-...
Wigan Athletic stadium
17th Feb
The long-running Wigan Athletic takeover saga could finally be coming to an end after it was revealed that a new owner from the Middle East is in...
12th Feb
As we approach one year of living with coronavirus, festivals – religious and ceremonious alike - have had to adapt to the everchanging government...
10th Feb
A Myanmar student based in Manchester has expressed concern for her country as a military coup sweeps the nation. Lilly Oo, originally from Myanmar...
portrait of a white man with short dark hair and brown eyes who is presenting on teams
8th Feb
Joshi Herrmann, founder and editor of The Mill, joined first year Multimedia Journalism students to share his experiences of launching a digital...
6th Feb
Manchester Aquatics Centre is set to receive a £31m upgrade for a greener swimming facility to host the 2023 World Paralympics Championship. A...
Thomas Street
5th Feb
The city council has decided to permanently close Thomas Street as part of a new Northern Quarter cycling and walking scheme for summer 2021....
Protestors taking the knee down Stretford Road
3rd Feb
Stand Up to Racism Manchester have said they will continue to protest in Hulme Park every week “until racism goes”. The organisation...
2nd Feb
In the aftermath of the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine being rolled out and administered to many across the UK, NQ reporters Melissa Chilvers and...

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