Manchester lecturer wins Women’s Prize for Fiction

Kamila Shamsie, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the Centre for New Writing at the University of Manchester, has won the 2018 Women's Prize...

Manchester singer songwriter Kate Anita releases single and documentary inspired by her home city’s...

Upcoming Manchester singer-songwriter Kate Anita has released a single ‘HUMAN’, which is inspired by being young, growing up and figuring out who you are...

Manchester’s Beauty Fest is here for Parklife weekend

As Parklife goers descend on the city, Manchester Arndale is offering free festival makeovers inside the centre and at Victoria Station this weekend. Experts from...

Manchester Airport Announces Special Collaboration With Poet Tony Walsh For 80th Birthday Celebrations

Manchester Airport today announced a special collaboration with Mancunian poet Tony Walsh as part of its 80th birthday celebrations. The gateway is creating a striking...

Manchester Scientists use 4D scanning to predict behaviour of volcanoes

Scientists in Manchesterare using the latest in 4D technology to predict the behaviour of lava flows and its implications for volcanic eruptions. The results explain...

How To Take Advantage Of Manchester’s Property Price Boom

According to recent figures, Manchester’s property prices are rising faster than the national average. The study, conducted by commercial real estate company Cushman &...

Popular Oriental Rugs guide – Which one will suit your home?

All the homeowners out there will definitely agree with the fact that rugs are an exquisite home decor element. They can add a nice...

Bitterns bouncing back at RSPB Leighton Moss

Bitterns are breeding at RSPB Leighton Moss in Silverdale for the first time in a decade, following the introduction of new methods of managing...

Where to go for this year’s World Cup?

Research, conducted by online travel agent Travel Republic, reveals the UK’s love for football here and abroad. According to the recent survey, 25% of fans admitted to researching...

The drinks trolley is back

Research reveals the average cost of a household drinks trolley anywhere between £1,000 and £3,000 due to new craft spirit trends Brits used to hide...

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