Monday, Sep 25


Buffer zone preventing pro-life protests around Fallowfield abortion clinic is extended

An abortion clinic in Manchester will continue to be protected from anti-choice protestors until 2026 after an order preventing demonstrations

Salford care home raises money by letting residents reminisce on evenings in the pub

A care home has rolled back the years with a taproom-themed night which helped raise £322 for a local centre

British perceptions on Sunak’s five key pledges ahead of Tory Party Conference

YouGov polling has shown how the British public break down the five pledges of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak – with


Iain Percy backs Tokyo 2020 silver medallist duo to smash world record

Double Olympic champion Iain Percy backed John Gimson and Anna Burnet to propel the decarbonisation of high-speed maritime as they

How Manchester musician Ccaprice aims to widen her appeal with latest single

Singer-songwriter Ccaprice is one of Manchester’s underground break beat stars. Here, she talks to Mia Lazaro about her lyrical debut

Autumn is in the air: Six things to cure your end of summer blues

Autumn is here and if you are feeling a little bit gloomy, Manchester has all you need to get you

Six Greater Manchester charities awarded £60,000 to battle child poverty

The first winners of the Equilibrium Foundation Grant Awards have been announced – with six Greater Manchester charities granted a


Fostering community and breaking down stigma: why Manchester’s street art is crucial for the city

Manchester is famous for its street art. From the blue tits to bees, and footballer Marcus Rashford to an NHS


Walk of Hope: Healthcare assistant at The Christie raises awareness of her partner’s extremely rare form of cancer

A senior healthcare assistant at The Christie in Withington is fundraising for the hospital in support of her partner, who

And they say romance is dead: Brits value acts of kindness more than ever

Brits believe unexpected acts of kindness are more important than ever before; spread the love: that’s the message, according to


Eight buildings with surprising histories in Manchester

From the John Rylands Library to the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester is rich in history – but there is a

How to keep your car running smoothly and save money on repairs

We all know that our cars are like our trusty companions, taking us from point A to point B and

Friday, Sep 22


Dr Karen Gardiner Discusses female health on EveryWoman Day

The founder of women’s self-care company Purple Orchid Health Dr Karen Gardiner gives her account on the state of female


Liam Marshall insists Wigan Warriors won’t slip up as they close in on League Leaders’ Shield

Liam Marshall insists there is no danger of Wigan getting “full of ourselves” as they look to wrap-up the League Leaders’

MMA veteran Mike Grundy ‘good to go’ despite 12 days’ notice to face former UFC champion

Wigan’s Mike Grundy has no concerns about a lack of preparation as he gets set to face former UFC bantamweight


Making sense of Manchester United Women’s tumultuous transfer window

With 17 players leaving Manchester United’s Women’s team – and nine coming in – questions are being raised about what


Hit musical ‘Hamilton’ is coming to Manchester this November – cast revealed

The ‘Wait for It’ is almost over: smash hit Broadway musical ‘Hamilton’ opens at the Palace Theatre, in under two

Ferris shines light on importance of grassroots rugby

Investment in grassroots rugby plays an integral role in future World Cup success, it has been claimed this week. As

Thursday, Sep 21


Behind the scenes of Grimmfest 2023: Manchester’s female-focused horror festival

Grimmfest returns to Manchester’s Odeon Great Northern for this year’s female-focused horror festival. Mancunian Matters’ Olivia Hughes spoke to acting

Lancashire talent George Balderson: “I feel like I’ve cemented my spot in the side”

Young Lancashire all-rounder George Balderson has high hopes for the young players coming through the ranks, and believes the team


The state of Manchester’s rail services: what do people think?

Those with a close ear to the news surrounding Britain’s rail services will have noticed a flurry of significant developments


Manchester has its say on the Resolution Foundation report

Manchester Council has been informed that continuing housing development in the city is redundant and should be replaced by offices

Bee Network: Andy Burnham’s brain-child to hit the road next week

Manchester’s Bee Network will officially start, bringing the region’s trams, train and buses together from this Sunday. The launch of

Swinton Lions’ bid for survival in the Betfred Championship goes to the wire

Swinton Lions face a mammoth challenge in their bid for Championship survival this weekend as one of FOUR sides looking


Royally mediocre: The Crown Jewels at the Lowry starring comedy kings and queens

Straight from the West End starring Al Murray and Mel Giedroyc, the Crown Jewels is stealing the Lowry’s stage until


Manchester and Salford revealed as most at risk cities from inadequate cladding

New data reveals Salford and Manchester are the most at-risk cities from inadequate cladding – with more than 20 buildings

Manchester lecturer to lead project rebuilding education in Ukraine

A Manchester lecturer will lead a project in Ukraine this week to help ease the severe disruption to the education

Manchester’s “big friendship group” – Girls Who Walk running their own empowering community

Girls Who Walk Manchester is a new weekly walking group where girls make friends, grab a coffee from a local

Loneliness is the biggest concern for UK university students – according to new report

A YouGov report has found loneliness is the biggest concern for university students – with more than 90% admitting to


James Bulger murderer Jon Venables’ lawyers received more than £100,000 for re-offences as parole hearing is granted

One of James Bulger’s killers, who has had his recent bid for parole accepted, has had more than £100,000 worth