New figures released by Public Health England have revealed that alcohol-related hospital admissions across areas in the North West of England have reached almost 180,00
A prohibition-era style speakeasy has opened in Chorlton, and we’re here for it
A new study has revealed how much productivity is lost from British people’s lives thanks to the mornings after the nights before
The police have put up posters at bus stops labelling them ‘Alcohol Free Areas’
Jack “Sparrow” Greeney reviews Pirate Metal band Alestorm’s performance at Piratefest 2018
“Pubs are an important part of the social fabric of the UK”, Tim Martin told The Mancunion ahead of Wetherspoon’s ‘Tax Equality Day’ on the 20th of September
Emma Shanks caught up with a sample of mainly students ahead of University of Manchester’s Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, to talk about the ongoing issue of substance abuse
Struggling to keep your New Year’s resolutions going now that February has started? We’ve got some advice on how to achieve your goals
Lifestyle contributor Cachella Smith talks about being sober at university — and why she still enjoys a great night out, without alcohol
Victoria Evans writes about the UK’s gin-drinking culture and ‘Manchester Gin’ – a craft gin company based in Manchester.
Your new drunken addiction is here, courtesy one of Fuse TV’s most exciting projects to date
Anuli Changa talks to Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham about the ‘Thinking Drinkers’ Pub Crawl’ ahead of its touring visit to The Lowry
An alternative way to enjoy Welcome Week, without party focus. Jessica Blair debunks the myth that university excludes sober students.
In the early hours of Saturday the 30th of September, a man sadly died following a stabbing during a mass brawl in cocktail bar
Salt and limes at the ready!
Sophie Manley talks about the dangers of drinking too much alcohol, and suggests how we can cut down and improve our drinking habits
Elliott Mills takes a stern look into the pint glass with a precise analysis of the merits, difficulties, and confusions of Dry January