21st May 2024 | By Emmanuella Coffie

Fallowfield In Shock: Beloved NHS Practice Set To Make Way For Lidl

Hawthorn medical centre

8th January 2024 | By Makenna Ali

NHS needs international medical graduates as they demand better wages and conditions

Junior doctors are demanding higher wages as they take to the streets for the longest industrial action in NHS history and among the junior doctors...


23rd January 2023 | By Beth Ibbotson

Manchester nurse brings attention to understaffing, poor working conditions and low pay in NHS

With concerns of understaffing, bad working conditions, and low pay plaguing the NHS, a nurse has spoken of her decision to strike.  Maizie Rock, 23,...

23rd January 2023 | By Ruby Qaimkhani

‘Over the winter months the emergency departments looked similar to what I would expect in a war zone’, says NHS paramedic

Industrial action is continuing today (Monday) with strikes by public sector workers – including ambulance staff – for the third time in five weeks. The...

28th December 2022 | By Elena John

Key failings exposed within Greater Manchester mental health services

The Care Quality Commission has issued a report exposing severe “inadequacies” in the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.


23rd February 2022 | By Marina Argirova

SOS NHS demonstration in St Peter’s Square to demand £20m emergency funding

More than 40 organisations associated with the NHS will gather in St Peter’s Square this Saturday to protest against the Health and Care Bill 2021. ...


9th February 2022 | By Alimat Akanni

Mum of new baby shares experience of participation in pioneering CBD treatment for brain injury

Three babies born at St Mary’s hospital were enrolled in a pioneering Cannabidiol (CBD) research as a potential treatment for newborns with moderate or severe brain injury....


9th February 2022 | By Rebecca Redican

Cancer patients in Greater Manchester test cutting-edge wearable technology to keep doctors in the loop

Health sensors that track vital signs are allowing doctors to assess the progress of their patients


23rd February 2021 | By George Crafer

MRSN joins call on the Department of Health to take action to ensure the coronavirus vaccine is safely accessible to everyone

Manchester Refugee Network has called on the Department of Health to ensure the coronavirus vaccine is safely accessible to everyone regardless of immigration status, ID...


31st January 2021 | By Ruby Fandino

Mental health workers at high risk receive Covid-19 vaccine

Greater Manchester Mental Health (GMMH) has launched a vaccination programme for staff fighting to keep patients and themselves safe from the virus. More than 2,000 staff have received...

Mason and Emma

12th November 2020 | By Ellie McDermott

Young fundraiser and mum raise more than £1k for Tameside hospital’s neonatal unit

A seven-year-old boy and his mum raised more than £1,000 for their local hospital by taking part in a sponsored walk during lockdown. Mason Hussain and...


25th October 2020 | By Rory Gannon

NHS staff demonstrate in Manchester: ‘we will be overwhelmed again’

NHS workers from across the Greater Manchester region have criticised the government’s lack of support for the North West. Protesters gathered in Picadilly Gardens on...


22nd July 2020 | By Katy Rushton

Cheadle MP votes against motion to provide weekly testing for NHS staff

More than 300 Conservative MPs voted against a motion which would have meant weekly testing for NHS and care staff during the Covid-19 pandemic. The motion...


20th June 2020 | By Isaac Piper

Covid-19 key workers honoured with City of Trees portrait installation in city centre

Thirty-three key workers from across Greater Manchester have been honoured after their portraits were projected onto trees in Manchester city centre.  It was part of a...


2nd June 2020 | By Naomi Patra

What’s it like being a student doctor in the middle of a global pandemic?

NQ interviewed a student doctor on what it is like studying and working during a pandemic. Italia Leech, 19,  from Oldham is currently a first-year...


12th April 2020 | By Zainab Tariq

Manchester businesses are delivering meals to feed people during coronavirus lockdown

Many Manchester organisations, including The Bread and Butter Thing, Fare share, Trussell Trust and Open Kitchen, are working together to gather donations and distributing support packages to...

Thank you NHS

1st April 2020 | By [email protected]

Clap for Carers: Britain celebrates NHS workers with a round of applause during coronavirus crisis

Millions of Britons stood to applaud NHS workers for their service during the COVID-19 outbreak. People stood and clapped out on their doorsteps, balconies and...


12th February 2020 | By Imogen Campion

Sixth annual NHS Unsung Hero Awards being held to recognise backroom healthcare staff

The sixth annual Unsung Hero Awards are being held at the Hilton Hotel this month to commemorate the work done by NHS non-medical and non-clinical...


19th February 2019 | By nq_admin

Like thousands of women Megan English suffers from the horrific symptoms of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

“I’ve been to the hospital five times over the past two years with immense abdominal pain that spreads to my lower back and has made...

Withington Community Hospital

20th January 2019 | By Sam Peckett

Manchester healthcare partnership ‘preparing’ Brexit plan, spokesperson says

A spokesperson for Greater Manchester’s healthcare partnership has stated the region is prepared for ‘any and all possible events’ that may impact services as a...