1st December 2023 | By Martha NorrisFallowfields named as bike theft hotspot.
A report by Greater Manchester Police has revealed that bike thefts in the city are three times higher than 2021 with Fallowfield being the worst...
1st December 2023 | By Matthew BarberManchester festival announces Christmas show to help the homeless
After All festival has announced a Christmas show with all of the profits going to musicians against homelessness.
28th November 2023 | By Thomas Why“The numbers are going up” as Manchester city council initiate winter plan to aid rough sleepers
Manchester city council have recently announced its plan to help people sleeping rough in Manchester this winter as number of rough sleepers rises.
22nd November 2023 | By Rebecca MillsManchester welcomes The UK Jewish Film Festival this November.
The 27th annual UK Jewish Film Festival returned to cinemas across Manchester. Featured venues included Parrs Wood Cineworld cinema in Didsbury, Home in the city...
19th November 2023 | By Makenna AliModern Slavery is on the rise increasing homelessness in Manchester
Manchester Councillors have called for action to uncover modern slavery in the city as it is causing a rise in homelessness in Manchester. At a...
19th November 2023 | By Martha Norris24-hour run in Manchester to raise money for homelessness.
A Manchester-based charity group set the challenge to run for 24 hours in order to raise money and create awareness for the increase in homelessness...
13th November 2023 | By Amber BrooksUrban gardens help boost mood this winter
The iconic 'Sky-Garden' is open all year round to boost moods and provide green spaces to 'nature deprived people'
13th November 2023 | By Amber Brooks‘We will remember them.’ Manchester City Center marks Remembrance Sunday in touching tribute.
Manchester City Centre was crowded to remember those who fought for our country and those impacted by conflict across the planet since the First World War.
7th November 2023 | By Meg Jones“This is the fight of our time” – over 80 organisations unite in bid to make change at the Make Amazon Pay Summit
The first ever summit to 'Make Amazon Pay' was held at the Manchester Mechanics Institute over the weekend.
1st November 2023 | By Makenna AliUniversity of Manchester raises awareness of their past involvement in slavery
As a part of Black History Month the University of Manchester held a drop-in session for their exhibit ‘Founders and Funders: Slavery and the building...
26th October 2023 | By Meg JonesGreater Manchester Police have implemented ‘Operation Vulcan’ in Piccadilly Gardens in bid to reduce knife crime
Greater Manchester Police are knuckling down on Knife crime with unavoidable metal detectors in the centre of Piccadilly Gardens.
19th October 2023 | By Thomas Why‘We are trans and we are human’ chant Manchester trans rights protest in the face of adversity
Crowds of protesters filled the square outside of Manchester Central Convention Complex on Sunday in support of the trans community. The protest was in response...
5th October 2023 | By Ignacio McgregorThe verdict on HS2: ‘I think that it’s outrageous that Rishi Sunak is cancelling it while being in Manchester’
Manchester residents slam the Tories for the decision to scrap the extension of the HS2 line to the city
4th October 2023 | By Thomas WhyManchester students ‘disillusioned’ by Conservative party conference
Speaking to students, it was clear that they were aware the Tory Party Conference was happening, but unsure how and why it would affect them...
25th May 2023 | By Ruby QaimkhaniHow a ‘grumpy’ baker turned gratitude, helping others and sweet treats into an artisan business
Ruby Qaimkhani of the Northern Quota speaks to Cheetham Hill's Hamza Afzal (The Grumpy Baker) on his recipe for success. From being an artisan baking business owner and starting off during the lockdown restrictions and how the cost of living crisis has affected his business.
23rd May 2023 | By Beth Ibbotson‘Friends of Alexandra Park’ and Tony Craven’s shared vision
Whalley Range for Wildlife and Friends of Alexandra Park are dedicated community groups working to preserve and celebrate nature in Whalley Range, Manchester
23rd May 2023 | By Beth IbbotsonUK’s first LGBT-Affirmative Extra Care Scheme
Manchester City Council announced plans for the UK's first purpose-built Extra Care scheme for the elder LGBT community
22nd May 2023 | By Thomas MansbridgeRemembering Maine Road: 20 years since the move
This year marks two major anniversaries for Maine Road, the old football grounds for Manchester City fans.
22nd May 2023 | By Jessica SmithHow Ancoats Run Club is encouraging better health in more ways than one
Member of Ancoats Run Club talks to NQ about being part of a running club and how it has helped their health and well-being.
20th May 2023 | By Thomas MarkhamHeron heaven: Boggart Hole Clough pays tribute to it’s ‘famous’ wildlife
Karl Macauley has designed a new wood carving of a Heron, paying homage to the wildlife in Boggart Hole Clough.