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WH3R3 4 4RT TH0U R0M30? Digital dating in the coronazone

WH3R3 4 4RT TH0U R0M30? Digital dating in the coronazone

Has the internet finally conquered the world of love and sex? How can I conduct my extra-marital affair during lockdown? Is it socially responsible to go dogging if I suspect I have Covid-19?
University makes one in five students financially worse off in the long run, study says

University makes one in five students financially worse off in the long run, study says

The report said that the creative arts, in particular, showed a low financial return for graduates
Homeless crisis far from over in Manchester

Homeless crisis far from over in Manchester

Number of rough sleepers in Manchester continues to rise
7 out of 10 high-rise residents in Greater Manchester live in fear of fire in their building

7 out of 10 high-rise residents in Greater Manchester live in fear of fire in their building

Fire and finance amongst the things troubling those living in high-rise buildings the most in Greater Manchester
Greater Manchester named as “a bastion of climate action in the United Kingdom”

Greater Manchester named as “a bastion of climate action in the United Kingdom”

Despite it’s coal-powered past Manchester has now become one of the major cities making strides to tackle climate change
Manchester City Council review plans for city’s “first zero-carbon business district”

Manchester City Council review plans for city’s “first zero-carbon business district”

The plans will see Central Retail Park in Ancoats transformed into a business space
Greater Manchester celebrates success in making neighbourhoods ‘age-friendly’

Greater Manchester celebrates success in making neighbourhoods ‘age-friendly’

The ‘Age-Friendly Challenge’ has helped communities come together to create a more inclusive Manchester
Prime Minister gives go ahead to HS2 despite concerns in the North

Prime Minister gives go ahead to HS2 despite concerns in the North

Despite the debates surrounding HS2 the government has unveiled the ministerial group that will be managing the railway
New digital platform opens historic collections to global audience at UoM

New digital platform opens historic collections to global audience at UoM

The new platform will reveal all the previously archived collections at the university
Scrapping of bus route leaves Cheshire residents isolated from Manchester

Scrapping of bus route leaves Cheshire residents isolated from Manchester

The reduction of the route has left some locals concerned about their access to the city
Fallowfield shop caught selling knife to 14 year-old

Fallowfield shop caught selling knife to 14 year-old

The 14 year-old was able to purchase a utility knife despite disclosing his real age to the shop assistant
Mother of Manchester arena bombing victim receives support for her proposals for increased venue security

Mother of Manchester arena bombing victim receives support for her proposals for increased venue security

Martyn’s Law would see improvements to venue security and counter-terrorism training for venue staff
£40,000 made available to students affected by the Bolton cube fire

£40,000 made available to students affected by the Bolton cube fire

Despite the fact they were given £500 from the University when the fire happened many have had to pay for their food and hotels with this money
Protesters call for greater UK involvement in Hong Kong pro-democracy movement

Protesters call for greater UK involvement in Hong Kong pro-democracy movement

The protestors say the UK should fulfill its role in the preservation of democracy
Oxford Union President resigns over ejection of blind student

Oxford Union President resigns over ejection of blind student

Brendan McGrath faced criticism over the ejection and subsequent expulsion of Ebenezer Azamati from an Oxford Union Debate
Rise in knife crime throughout Greater Manchester

Rise in knife crime throughout Greater Manchester

Knife crime in the Manchester area has been a cause for concern in October but Greater Manchester Police say they are seeing better results on knife crime on the whole
Gary Younge joins the University of Manchester as a Professor of Sociology

Gary Younge joins the University of Manchester as a Professor of Sociology

Professor Younge is an award-winning journalist who will leave The Guardian to take up the post
Controversial proposal to build on Levenshulme Country Park approved

Controversial proposal to build on Levenshulme Country Park approved

The plans will see 57 new homes built, with 20% of them labeled as affordable
Families of Manchester Arena bombing victims to be excluded from inquiry

Families of Manchester Arena bombing victims to be excluded from inquiry

The Coroner for the Manchester bombing has ruled victims’ families will not see all the information given to the inquest

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