Pollution particles that get into the brain and could cause Alzheimer’s

Tiny magnetic particles from air pollution have for the first time been discovered to be lodged in human brains– and researchers think they could...

Thousands flock to have their Co-op say

Manchester based Co-operative Group has announced that more than 80,000 people responded to its national survey in the week since its launch. The Group,...

Lord Peter Smith will lead Greater Manchester’s vision for health and social care

Leader of Wigan Council, Peter Smith, will drive forward the continued transformation of health and social care services across the city-region, working with the...

Twenty five consecutive months of growth for Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport celebrated its 25th month of consecutive growth as a host of new services drove passenger numbers close to the 2m mark. There...

Salford Museum & Art Gallery Host Industrial Art Exhibition

Saturday 9th July sees the launch of a new exhibition at Salford Museum & Art Gallery. The painters explore the industry of cotton manufacture in...

Open Water swimmer launches Manchester baby swimming programme

A local woman from Wilmslow is hoping her passion for open water swimming will stand her in good stead for the launch of her award-winning progressive...

It’s all black and white for latest Graphene research

Researchers at the University of Manchester have discovered that combining black and white graphene can change the electronic properties of the one-atom thick...

Tameside Council leader Kieran Quinn dies after suffering a heart attack

The leader of Tameside Council Kieran Quinn has died after suffering a heart attack just before Xmas it has been announced. He died on Monday...

Manchester deserves better say Historic England as it slams Neville’s Jackson Row scheme

Proposals for two tall buildings in the heart of Manchester would damage the city’s historic core, according to Historic England, which has objected to...

Manchester-based charity worker leads the fight against hunger in Niger

Insiya Salam, a charity worker for Manchester-based charity Human Appeal, has called on the world to “not forget about the humanitarian crisis” affecting Niger,...

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