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Cafe in Chorlton considers going cashless

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

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Pankhurst Centre raise money for therapeutic garden

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

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The LGBTQ+ society gives students free HIV tests in the SU

The Mancunion talks to the university’s LGBTQ+ society about World AIDS Day and the importance of knowing your status

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Concerns raised over potential loss of EU funding for Manchester University

Fears have been shared over the future of funding for scientific research in a post-Brexit Britain

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Report shows Manchester Arena attack could have been avoided

An independent report has revealed that the Manchester terror attack in May could have been avoided, but the reviewer urges readers not to ‘despair’

Paul Burns (left) 60km into his run, with 2nd year law student Lennie who later joined him.

Building manager runs for 24 hours for charity

University of Manchester building manager Paul Burns ran for 24 hours non-stop to raise money for Key 103’s Cash for Kids

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Manchester University “uncertain” two-year degrees will benefit disadvantaged

Several students have voiced concerns over whether students would get the same holistic all-round University experience during a two-year course

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Student anger at Trump’s Jerusalem announcement

The US president’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is to be met with demonstrations by pro-Palestine student groups

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Student launches petition for halls to house homeless

Creator encourages students to sign the petition “because it’s the right thing to do”

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Synergi Project reveals effect of ethnicity on mental health care

The University of Manchester has partnered with the Synergi Collaborative Centre, whose research uncovers shocking difference in mental health care between white and BME people

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16 days of activism at Manchester University Students’ Union

Why the Students’ Union is currently covered in orange posters and banners

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Most-feared Fallowfield streets undergo crime inspection

“What is more crippling than crime is the fear of crime”, Councillor tells The Mancunion as authorities carry out a ‘Street MOT’ on the five streets most-feared by students