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JAKOB OGAWA to headline Manchester’s YES (The Basement)

22-year-old Norwegian artist Jakob Ogawa kick-started his career in 2017 with «All Your Love» that quickly became a tastemaker favourite. Later that year, his anticipated debut-EP «Bedroom Tapes» came out. The EP received critical acclaim both by domestic and international media, establishing Jakob as a

Brinnington man jailed after fleeing hospital with drip

A Brinnington man who evaded arrest by fleeing from hospital with a drip still attached has been jailed for drug offences. In March 2018, three people – including Beren Marshall (17/08/81) of Harcourt Street, Stockport – were jailed for more than 17 years after orchestrating

Bolton Council stumps up for new cricket pitches

Through the English Cricket Board’s (ECB) non-turf pitch scheme, Bolton has so far spent £100,000 on 10 new artificial cricket pitches, with further funding to come for equipment and five years of maintenance. The move is part of the ‘cricket unleashed’ initiative by the ECB,

Greater Manchester calls for evidence from co-ops

Greater Manchester’s inaugural Co-operative Commission has issued a rallying call to keep driving the movement forward and help build a stronger, fairer city-region where new co-ops and social enterprises can thrive. Chaired by Councillor Allen Brett, Leader of Rochdale Council and Greater Manchester’s Portfolio Lead