International shortlist for Manchester Writing Competition 2017 revealed

The shortlist for this year’s Manchester Writing Competition has been revealed – the UK’s biggest prize for unpublished writing. Organised by Manchester Writing School at...

Like chips? You might be accelerating climate change

Fats being released into the atmosphere from cookers such as deep fat fryers may be enhancing the formation of clouds, which have a major...

A Xmas treat from the BBC as Doctor Who lands in Salford

The BBC will deliver an early Christmas present to the North of England this December with free screenings of its most eagerly-awaited festive TV...

The Next Generation of Immersive Entertainment is Now Available at the Trafford Centre’s Odeon

The Odeon at the Intu Trafford Centre will be the first place in Europe from this Friday where you will be able to experience immersive,...

Interesting David Beckham facts you probably didn’t know

David Beckham, the former professional football player from England who has played with Manchester United, Real Madrid, AC Milan, LA Galaxy and Paris St.Germain,...

Work created during Venice residency on display

WORK created by art students during a residency in Venice is being displayed at an art gallery’s final exhibition. The work is on display as...

Green light for Stockport’s Produce Hall to become the next Mackie Mayor

Plans to turn Stockport’s Product Hall and Market Place into a food destination similar to Msnchester’s recently opened Mackie Mayor are advancing after Stockport Council...

Mayor of Greater Manchester listens to his favourite bands at Strawberry Studios exhibition

Andy got to see an original copy of the first single he had ever bought, listened to I’m Not in Love and played his...

Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel Unveils ‘Paul’s Wall’ to honour Long-Standing Employee

The Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel has unveiled a tribute mural, ‘Paul’s Wall’, to showcase the memories, contribution and history of long-serving and much-loved employee Paul Costello. On...

Did our teeth evolve from the armour scales of primitive fish

Latest findings support the theory that teeth in the animal kingdom evolved from the jagged scales of ancient fish, the remnants of which can...