26th May 2024 | By Amber Brooks

Trafford Council are selling cheap refurbished laptops to families in need

Find out how Trafford Council wants to tackle Digital Exclusion

22nd May 2024 | By Amber Brooks

Stretford’s own Conversation Café teaches more than just English

Stretford's conversation café teaches more than just English lessons

15th May 2024 | By Amber Brooks

RADAR Festival supports grassroots venues with a £1 levy fund

A Trafford festival is to be the first in the country to donate a percentage of ticket profits to grassroots venues in need.

16th April 2024 | By Rebecca Mills

Heiress’ family fights to stop husband cleared of murder from inheriting £4.4m

The family of a wealthy heiress from Trafford is attempting to prevent her former husband from inheriting her £4.4m will following the collapse of his...

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14th February 2023 | By Kate Gaetto

Two Greater Manchester Police officers banned for gross misconduct

Two former Trafford police officers have been banned from policing after disciplinary hearings held by Greater Manchester Police. The hearings stated that PCs Craig Grocott...


8th March 2022 | By Joseph O'Shea

‘Had this kit had been available he might still been here today’: Manchester’s first bleed safety cabinet installed in memory of schoolboy Rhamero West

Manchester’s first life-saving ‘bleed safety’ cabinet has been installed in memory of schoolboy Rhamero West who died in a knife attack. The cabinet will help...


2nd November 2021 | By Daisy Bradbury

Carrington residents ‘desperate’ to stop HGVs travelling through village say Trafford Council is ignoring their concerns

Over 200 HGVs travel through Carrington every hour at peak times, which has severely impacted the physical and mental health of villagers


22nd October 2021 | By Daisy Bradbury

Trafford council ignores ‘voiceless’ residents as plans for major road through Carrington Moss are green lit

A petition against building new roads across Carrington Moss was presented to council after gaining 1,632 signatures.


27th October 2020 | By Ruby Fandino

Cafe is overwhelmed by donations on Gofundme to feed hungry children over half-term

A Trafford cafe has raised more than £5k to provide hot meals for children over the half-term holiday after being inspired by Marcus Rashford’s End Child...


26th October 2020 | By Constance Enzler

Trafford calls for long-term government support as domestic violence increases in Greater Manchester

Domestic abuse services across Greater Manchester say they need long-term support as rates of domestic violence surge during the pandemic. The government reopened an emergency...


18th October 2020 | By Hayley Grice

Manchester mental health charity launches online festival to highlight the ‘Manc Spirit’

A Manchester mental health charity is hosting an online festival to showcase the diversity of culture across Trafford. The #OurTrafford festival will be the first of...


12th October 2020 | By Harry Hansen

Parents left confused and upset over closure of childrens’ play area at Longford Park

Parents have been left confused and upset after the children’s play area at Longford Park in Chorlton was closed unexpectedly last week.  One Trafford closed the ...


8th November 2018 | By Isaac Jordan

Warning issued for care provider in Greater Manchester

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has issued stark warnings over the financial viability of Allied Healthcare, a private company that provides care at home services...

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26th April 2017 | By nq_admin

VIDEO: Sean Anstee Mayoral interview

In the second Mayoral interview of the week, we catch up with the Conservative nominee for the Greater Manchester Mayoral elections.  The Conservative leader of...