Wo Women Louisa Da-Cocodia

In the third of our series on the twenty women shortlisted for the honour of having a statue in the city, we look at...

Think tank backs Channel Four move to Salford

The UK Government should encourage Channel 4 to move to Salford and must support further investment in the North, says influential think tank ResPublica...

Tickets now on sale for the 10th Manchester Science Festival

Tickets are NOW ON SALE for the 10th Manchester Science Festival (MSF) – England’s largest Science Festival. Produced by the Museum of Science and...

‘Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show’ returns to Manchester

It's that time of the year to start thinking about holidays and Event City in Trafford has just the thing for you  From polar expedition...

Countdown to launch of Peter Street Kitchen

It’s already blazed a trail through the capital’s dining scene. Now as Edwardian Hotels London announces the 13th October opening of Peter Street Kitchen,...

“The rich kids of Instagram have killed the street artist”

Graffiti is gradually disappearing from Britain’s city streets as young people switch to using the internet to make a name for themselves as sub-cultural...

Making up for lost time-Stockport Art Gallery

Ian Rayner Smith first picked up a paintbrush at the age of thirty eight graduating from the University of Salford two years ago with...

Chris Boardman to be Greater Manchester’s new cycling Czar

An Olympic gold medallist is set to get Greater Manchester moving as the city region’s first ever Cycling and Walking Commissioner. Chris Boardman, MBE, has...

Piccadilly Gardens reopens for business

The fencing has come down in Piccadilly Gardens marking the end of the major programme and a new beginning for the public space as...

Manchester team transforms physiotherapy through games technology

A team at Trafford Hospital is transforming the way shoulder surgery patients receive physiotherapy, by using a series of personalised computer video games to...