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Elizabeth Rushton

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Eurovision 2017

The most fabulous night in the musical calendar returns with political drama, horse masks, and a few plot twists, writes Elizabeth Rushton

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Vince Cable: universities in danger of being “main casualties” of Brexit

Former business secretary claims that loss of access to Horizon 2020 and Erasmus schemes could have damaging effects

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Manchester ‘Walk of Fame’ honours city icons

The temporary ‘Walk of Fame’ installation marks the opening of a new bar

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Research shows 10 per cent increase in student rent on last year

New research shows that student rents are continuing to rise despite controversy, with Manchester averaging a 7 per cent increase over the past year

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Interview: Sundara Karma

Elizabeth Rushton speaks to Sundara Karma frontman Oscar Lulu about the band’s new music, escapism, and glitter

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Women in Media Conference 2016

Following Manchester Media Group’s groundbreaking conference, we look back at the events of the weekend and the words of our inspirational guest speakers

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Bowie in Berlin – the albums from behind the Wall

In celebration of David Bowie’s life and career, we look back on his legendary Berlin Trilogy and the city that spawned it

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Top 10 Songs of 2015

As the curtains close on a rambunctious year of music, our writers cast their votes on the 10 greatest songs of the past 12 months

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A street free of suggestion? Live music’s struggle against sexual harassment

Elizabeth Rushton speaks to Girls Against about their campaign to banish the culture of victim blaming and battle sexual harassment at gigs

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Live: Rhodes

Rhodes’ songs and the lungs that carry them can no longer be contained by small venues like Gorilla

New Order

Album: New Order – Music Complete

New Order’s new album has demonstrated that they can move with the times

Rat Boy

Live: Rat Boy

19 year-old Essex boy Jordan Cardy (Rat Boy) kept his show snappy, and gave out some snapbacks to his fans