In anticipation of the Christmas period, GMP are launching a new web app intended to raise awareness and give a real-life understanding of domestic abuse
Manchester students have had their Playstation 3 and other equipment seized following various noise complaints from neighbours over excessively loud 4am gaming sessions. The story, which has received national attention, is however one of many reported lately, which students fear are depicted to demonise the Manchester student community collectively.
Delegates walked out in protest over alleged failure to tackle racism, bullying and victimisation
The We Get It! campaign, the Students’ Union’s zero tolerance to sexual harassment incentive, has moved into its next stage with a “report and support” button on My Manchester and the appointment of at least two sexual harassment advisers
The marking boycott is over until January, as the UCU and Universities UK agree to try and come to a settlement.
Greater Manchester Police have announced that the number of rapes amongst Manchester students in the first three months of term have doubled since last year with over 30 reported cases in 2014.
A bus inspector from Longsight is jailed over a ‘crash for cash’ scam which saw a number 42 bus in Rusholme smash into his friend’s Mercedes
Since the 6th of November the University and College Union has engaged in an industrial dispute with UK universities concerning changes to lecturers’ pensions
A survey has revealed the biggest addictions that students and other young people succumb to
Police are appealing for witnesses to a vicious assault outside Sankeys nightclub in Ancoats to come forward and assist in the investigation
Manchester City Council have opened up nominations for the annual International Women’s Day Award with this year’s theme focusing on “breaking through”.
Andy van den Bent-Kelly headed over to the Museum of Science and Industry to attend an interesting talk about why certain songs are catchy as part of this year’s Science Festival