On Sunday 3rd October approximately 20,000 people marched down Oxford Road to protest the Conservative Party Conference.
University of Manchester buildings re-open after severe flooding led to the closure of Oxford Road and welcome events being postponed
Buses are being diverted away from the scene of the collision
Street-level data shows that 1,746 crimes have been reported on or near the city’s main civic square
Concerns have been raised surrounding the popular 147 bus route which is run by Stagecoach and partly subsided by the University of Manchester
Manchester Oxford Road station has been voted the worst station in the U.K. for delays
With other 40 different rums on offer, Turtle Bay is the place to go
Security on campus and local police services for students seem to be inadequate for dealing with the safety and crime issues that the area faces
The University of Manchester will create Brunswick Park in the heart of campus to coincide with TfGM’s investment in the Oxford Road corridor
An alternative, unofficial Sports Society Freshers Fair has taken place in the Armitage Centre following the Oxford Road flooding that has caused severe disruption across Manchester.
University of Manchester and the Freshers Fair have been shut down this morning due to a burst pipe on Oxford Road
RMT strikers announce new set of dates that will last a month, affecting journeys to and from Manchester, leaving passengers “fed up”
Oxford Road’s hipster haven ‘Hatch’ expands its size and repertoire in time for Christmas, celebrating with ‘Urban Narnia’, a festive event showcasing the new food and drink vendors.
The protest divided students and passers-by alike, despite lasting for only 15 minutes
Josh Physick speaks with Chukwudi Onwudiwe, director of The Chuck Gallery, who is placing West African art at the forefront with the aim of changing the perspectives surrounding West Africa