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We keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit

Albert Square was packed with thousands of mourners on Tuesday evening, as Mancunians came together after the horrific attack that took place ...

Emergency services surround the area around Manchester arena. Photo: Barney Weston for The Mancunion

Anti-terror police raid house in Fallowfield

Police have confirmed reports that heavily-armed anti-terror police have conducted a controlled explosion in Fallowfield. Two arrests have been made in Whalley Range and Fallowfield, ...

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Preview: Dynamic Women of Worth Programme

Dynamic Heights, a Manchester based social enterprise, is running a training and coaching programme in association with the Manchester Metropolitan University. The programme ...

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We keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit

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Emergency services surround the area around Manchester arena. Photo: Barney Weston for The Mancunion

Anti-terror police raid house in Fallowfield

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Preview: Dynamic Women of Worth Programme

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“We keep fighting back with Greater Manchester spirit”

We spoke with Mancunians at Tuesday’s vigil for the Manchester terror attack, which saw thousands pack into Albert Square to pay their respects to those who have lost their lives

Emergency services surround the area around Manchester arena. Photo: Barney Weston for The Mancunion

Anti-terror police raid house in Fallowfield

After last nights terrorist attack police have confirmed there have been two more arrests and that a ‘controlled explosion’ took place in Fallowfield

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Preview: Dynamic Women of Worth Programme

A social enterprise in Manchester will be running a careers and business training programme for BAME women, having also specialised in working with women from disadvantaged backgrounds

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Fossil Free and BDS protest Making a Difference Awards

Students from the Fossil Free and BDS (Boycott, Divest, and Sanctions) campaigns protested the University of Manchester’s Social Responsibility Awards held on the 11th of May

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Body of missing Manchester student found on Oxford Road construction site

The body of missing University of Manchester student Charlie Bartlett has been found just off Oxford Road

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Manchester Students’ Union support of BDS could be breaking the law

The Charity Commission is investigating open support of the pro-Palestinian Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign by students’ unions across the UK, who may have broken the law

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Malia Bouattia defeated in NUS president election by Shakira Martin

Current NUS VP Further Education and black working-class single mother Shakira Martin has defeated the incumbent Malia Bouattia in the NUS President elections with 56 per cent of the vote

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Fallowfield Fete aims to encourage students to embrace their local community

Manchester Student Homes have organised a Community Fete for first year University of Manchester students to showcase the work being done within the community and how they can get the most out of their local area

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University of Manchester students back Tom Harwood for NUS President

University of Manchester students have endorsed Tom Harwood, who claims the NUS is “failing students”, mandating their delegates to vote for him in tomorrow’s election against controversial incumbent Malia Bouattia

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Police search for missing University of Manchester student

The family of a Wigan student who hasn’t been seen since Saturday 8th of April are urging the public to come forward with any information

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19-year-old sexually assaulted in Fallowfield

Police are appealing for information after a woman was sexually assaulted in Fallowfield in the early hours of Sunday morning

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New parallels drawn between ‘white working class’ and BME communities

Reports by the Runnymede Trust and CLASS suggest the ‘white working class’ label may potentially damage hopeful policies that will benefit the working classes