Salford student crowned comedian of the year

A UNIVERSITY of Salford student has been crowned comedian of the year – in a competition previously won by the likes of Josh Widdicombe,...

Egyptian artefacts, Indian textiles and a sumptuous ballroom NW’s memories of the British Empire...

BBC Radio 6 Music’s Stuart Maconie goes behind the scenes of galleries and museums in the North West to explore the British Empire and...

Help for struggling card holders under new rules

People struggling to pay credit cards bills could see their debts moved to cheaper loans or even written off under new rules being introduced...

Five Ways To Make Yourself Feel Comfortable In Your New Manchester Home

Moving home is quite the ordeal. From the moment you sign for your new house, to the second the last box is lifted from...

Maxine Peake to star in Channel Four’s comedy Bisexual

Greater Manchester's Maxine Peake will star as girlfriend and business partner Sadie as, Iranian-American filmmaker Desiree Akhavan directs and stars in The Bisexual, a painfully funny comedy series...

Almost half of shoppers in the North West put off buying ethical products due...

Almost half of shoppers in the North West are put off buying ethical products because they’re too expensive, new research has revealed.  The survey, commissioned...

Millennials could be the fattest generation yet says researchers

More than seven in 10 millennials – those born between the early 80s and mid 90s – are set to be overweight or obese...

Why sipping that fruit tea may be bad news for your teeth

Sipping hot fruit teas and snacking on salt and vinegar crisps can lead to tooth erosion according to a study out this week. An investigation...

New insight into how magma feeds volcanic eruptions

A novel research study by scientists at the University of Liverpool has provided new insights into how molten rock (magma) moves through the Earth’s crust...

Europe’s cities face more extreme weather than previously thought

A Landmark study shows the impact of flooding, droughts and heatwaves by 2050-2100 will exceed previous predictions. The research, by Newcastle University, UK, has for the first...

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