Plans have been submitted setting out the first stage of the regeneration of Manchester’s Medieval Quarter.
As the academic year starts again and we take the journey back to the city that we love, we have a special edition of our Fashion Player of the Week. This week we feature our favourite Mancunion men who have re-defined the very DNA of Manchester’s style all in their own unique way. Liam Gallagher – an […]
Biennial festival brings more money into local economy than ever before
The world’s biggest rock band returns with a mixed bag of over-the-top material
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The Pigeon Detectives show they can still kick ass in a sweaty, brilliant show in Manchester, writes Jay Plent
90 per cent of scientists are in fear of losing funding after results become harder to reproduce
Another threat to the future of the flailing NHS has come as the body focussed on the safety of doctors is to be removed, despite a recent increase in attacks by patients
If you’re in your final year and struggling to get relevant work experience, why not try getting involved in student media?
Sustainability and fashion is an interesting pair. In an industry that is defined by constant change, how can it be sustainable?
Director Paul McGuilian measures the balance between the serious, the comedic, and the emotional in this tender love story defying stigma and taboo
A survey has found that the majority of students in the UK do not seek advice from their GP when they fall ill due to long waiting times and inconvenient appointments
Student volunteering expeditions will be furiously promoted at our university this week, but it’s our responsibility to ignore them
Did we mention the first 50 people to register will get a free burger
÷ is vintage Sheeran, but isn’t all that the charts make it out to be, writes William Bain
On his first solo venture, the Antlers frontman strips his distinguished sound down to gorgeous melodies and stark guitar
Elbow dig into new, soulful territory, with mixed results, writes Jay Plent