A football match between a team of formerly homeless people and Greater Manchester Police (GMP) Tameside has raised £2,018 for the Greater Manchester Mayor’s Homelessness Fund. On Sunday 21st October, more than 500 people turned out to support the Emmaus Vs GMP Tameside Charity Football
Officers are currently responding to reports that an unexploded tank cartridge had been found in Manchester City Centre. Shortly before 10.55am on Wednesday 24 October 2018, police were called to a building site on Newquay Street. Specialist officers are in attendance and evacuations are likely.
MA pioneering Salford project is steering young people away from organised crime and helping them build more positive futures. STEER, which is run by Salford Foundation, has worked with 15 young men, aged 12 to 17 in its first year and another 13 are currently
The landmark building will be lighting up in support of parents who have suffered the devastation of losing a baby. The national campaign, held from October 9 to 15, raises awareness about the key issues affecting those who have experienced the loss of a child.
There is an intriguing competition emerging in the forthcoming Manchester Half Marathon, as the event has already attracted two of the UK’s top male runners, as well as what is set to be a fierce wheelchair race. These athletes will be vying for the winning
Andrew Fender, Transport for Greater Manchester’s (TfGM) ex-Chair, has been given the Judges’ Special Award at the Global Light Rail Awards. Only bestowed at the judges’ discretion, the award is given to individuals and organisations that have made a significant difference to a city, region
A man has been arrested at the Abraham Moss Metrolink stop after a ticket machine was tampered with. Shortly after 8.30am on Wednesday police were called by KeolisAmey Metrolink’s Security Manager who had detained a man. Officers from the TravelSafe Partnership (TSP) attended and arrested
Manchester Airport today published its own children’s book as part of its 80th birthday celebrations, called “Reach For The Sky”. The book, aimed at Primary School children, tells an enchanting story about travel, determination and achieving your dreams. To launch the book the airport is offering
The first retrospective for nearly a century of the Manchester born painter Annie Swynnerton, a pioneering professional artist who challenged convention in art and life. Manchester Art Gallery Friday 23 February 2018–Sunday 6 January 2019 Free Painting Light and Hope features 36 paintings from across Swynnerton’s
Ryanair has launched its biggest ever Manchester summer schedule (2019), with 6 new routes to Bordeaux, Gothenburg, Marrakech, Marseille, Nantes & Thessaloniki (63 in total), which will deliver more than 5.4m customers p.a. through Manchester Airport, as Ryanair grows its Manchester traffic by 6% Ryanair’s