Artist searching for local people with memories of Islington Mill to feature in a...

Since 2000 the Grade II listed Islington Mill on James St, Salford has been home to a thriving community of artists and creative businesses. But Islington...

Manchester’s Mother Teresa a step closer to becoming a saint

The woman described by some as Manchester's version of Mother Teresa has become a step closer to becoming a saint. A Vatican bulletin announced yesterday...

Manchester Town Hall bells to fall silent as work continues on restoration project

Manchester Town Hall’s fabled eight-ton hour bell, Great Abel, will temporarily cease to chime from noon on Thursday 25 June, as work on the...

Wilfred Owen commemorated by Manchester one hundred years after his death

War poet Wilfred Owen who fought in the First World War as part of the Manchester Regiment is being commemorated this weekend in both...

Shocking truth behind Takabuti’s death revealed

Takabuti, the famous ancient Egyptian mummy on display at the Ulster Museum, suffered a violent death from a knife attack, a team of experts...

Snapshot: The moment Securicor removed art masterpieces from the home of LS Lowry in...

When LS Lowry died in 1976, the task of clearing his house of his considerable art collection was nothing short of epic. Lowry avoided receiving...

Manchester’s Architect of the Thirlmere Dam recognised as one of the most influential surveyors

The late William Telford Gunson, a former member of Manchester City Council,from 1884 until 1892 has been recognised as one of the most influential surveyors of...

GMP Visitors Get Haunting Halloween Experience

Ghosts and ghouls sent shivers down the spine at the Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Museum in the run-up to Halloween. Actors from the ‘Stage Squad’...

Forgotten maps of Manchester slums restored and available to view

A new project has repaired, photographed and shared online forgotten maps of Manchester’s slums, which had been overlooked for the last 130 years. The maps...

Manchester’s Jewish Museum receives £2.9m Lottery funding

Manchester Jewish Museum has received a £2.89m National Lottery grant. This money will go towards an ambitious £5m development project that will see the museum,...