More than 20 universities failed to reach target levels for attracting poor students, despite the offer of means-tested awards
The universities minister and the NUS say the policy will not encourage poorer students to enrol
Elected officer in the Birmingham Guild of Students arrested after ‘causing danger to road users’
‘It is necessary as a manager to have a clear understanding of the issues associated with deploying the power of technology’
The only way is down for employment in the North
The future of Sure Start – the government initiative which aims to support families with young children – is under threat following proposals by council officials to close all council run nurseries and day care services in Manchester. If approved, the councils plan would end local authority funding for day care in children’s centres and […]
New bars in the Fallowfield and Withington areas will face stricter licensing criteria under plans by councillors
A performing arts school based on the principles of London’s Brit School is set to open ‘within two years’
Three men armed with a crowbar and a petrol can robbed the post office inside a Tesco Express in Fallowfield
National favourite gets a local remake
But they will have to wait until 2015
Former party leader has made an attack in new film
Commission’s suggestions may increase the cost of borrowing.
Scientists in China have successfully cloned a pig who was dubbed a hero after surviving an eathquake
Three men jailed for trying to recruit Taliban fighters from a stall in Longsight market are set to appeal.
Women in the US may have become unintentionally pregnant after the incorrect labeling of the contraceptive pill produced by the Alabama based company Qualitest
A woman who should have served 18 months for possession with intent to supply has been released to attend her freshers’ week.