Travellers will be able to pay for a private test to release them from...

Passengers arriving into England will be able to reduce mandatory self-isolation by at least a week, as the government launches its new strategy for...

20,000 tonnes of single use face masks will be dumped in landfill by March

The amount of single use face masks that cannot be recycled in the UK will hit 6.3 billion in the 4 months to March...

Is confusion and concern about Covid-19 causing fewer people in Greater Manchester to report...

More reported cases of carbon monoxide have come from Greater Manchester than many other areas of the country this year. During Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week...

Call for urgent action on racial harassment in higher education

A new set of recommendations designed to decisively tackle racial harassment as part of efforts to address racial inequality in UK higher education has...

Manchester Jewish community welcomes reopening of places of worship

Dayan Yehudah Osher Steiner, senior Rabbi of the Manchester Beth Din, today welcomed the news that places of worship can reopen for communal prayer...

Today’s announcements will spell the end of the traditional British pub as we know...

The proposed rules for hospitality in the post lockdown tiers will, says Greater Manchester's Nightime economy advisor spell the end of the traditional British...

Jet2 airline came within 100 ft of hitting balloon like object at Manchester Airport

A Jet2 airliner came within 100ft of hitting a red toy balloon measuring up to 6ft long as it was coming in to land...

Lockdown rule changes put even more pressure on policing

Following the announcement of a return to the three-tier system on 2 December and a potential break in restrictions over Christmas by Prime Minister  today...

Police are lookin for this man after a woman was stabbed in the hand...

Police have released a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a stabbing in Ashton-under-Lyne.  A woman -...

Carbon dioxide levels hit new record; COVID impact ‘a tiny blip’

Levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere hit a new record of 410.5 parts per million in 2019, and are expected to keep rising...