Compulsive buying explained

New research could explain compulsive buying, help develop a new screening tool to diagnose the condition and help people avoid the worst consequences of...

Back to the Days when football didn’t rule in Manchester

Researchers at Manchester Metropolitan University are delving into the origins of football in Manchester and exploring how the sport triumphed over other forms of...

80 million bacteria sealed with a kiss

As many as 80 million bacteria are transferred during a 10 second kiss, according to research published this week. The study, published in the...

Lowry Theatre to celebrate thirty years of Shirley Valentine 

Willy Russell’s heart-warming comedy Shirley Valentine premiered in 1986 and took the world by storm. In celebration of its 30th Anniversary the first major...

Philips Park Cemetery prepares to mark its 150th year

In October 2016, Philip's Park will celebrate its one hundred and fifty year anniversary and to mark the occasion, there will be an exhibition...

Manchester Youth Market Launches New City Centre Pop-Up Shop

A group of young entrepreneurs from Manchester are throwing open the doors of their first pop up shop to test trade their budding business...

CityVerve project to transform All Saints Park into virtual art gallery

A virtual gallery allowing visitors to find a treasure trove of historical artefacts via their smartphone will open in All Saints Park on June...

Magic, Witches & Devils at The John Rylands Library

Ghosts, witches, sorcerers and demons: our fascination with the supernatural stretches back centuries.  European Christians felt threatened by demons thinking that such creatures were given...

Cash boost for Peel Park

Salford's oldest park has been given an new year funding boost. Salford City Council has successfully bid for £54,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund and...

Gerald Kaufman-Obituary

Sir Gerald was one of thre MP’s who have served in the House of Commons since 1970, but took precedent as Father of the...