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Daily Archives: 12th December 2017

Image: Geograph

Hope on World AIDS Day

James Huyton talks of the continued hope in the light of World AIDS Day

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

University of Manchester students tackle female genital mutilation

In a campaign to educate and eradicate the practice of Female Genital Mutilation, speakers from NESTAC conducted a talk at the University of Manchester

Photo: Mertie @ Flickr

England lose again, but better

Australia 8 for 442 declared beat England 227 and 233 by 120 runs

Photo: 22nd World Scout Jamboree Sweden 2011 @Flickr

Manchester welcomes UK’s first Buddhist Scout group

A Manchester University researcher has helped to establish the first Buddhist Scouting group in the UK

Photo: Olivia White

Live review: Robert Plant

Having seen Plant strolling down Oxford road just hours before his set, I hoped this performance would be as equally stunning and disbelieving

Photo: Anokhi Shah

Xmas dinner for 6 under £20

I managed to make a cracking Christmas dinner on the cheap

Photo Credit: Mark Waugh

Manchester is only UK city vying for Europe’s best Christmas market

Manchester stands alone as the only British city with a chance to be crowned Europe’s Best Christmas Market as voting for 2017 opens

Photo: jarmoluk @ Pixabay

Uranium discovery could lead to biodegradable plastic

University of Manchester chemists have found Uranium can perform reactions previously thought to be impossible

Photo: Aliya Ismangil

Cafe in Chorlton considers going cashless

Barbecue, a coffee shop on Wilbraham Road, is to stop accepting cash payments completely

Photo: Engin_Akyurt @ Pixabay

Going home for a vegan Christmas

Adapting to family life at Christmas is becoming easier, with supermarkets adapting to growing amounts of vegetarians and vegans

Tom Chaplin

Interview with Tom Chaplin

Editor, Hannah Brierley talks to frontman and lead singer from Keane, Tom Chaplin

Photo: Kurt Adkins @ Wikimedia Commons

Pankhurst Centre raise money for therapeutic garden

The centre aims to raise £20,000 towards the project