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338 shisha pipes seized as four illegal bars on the Curry Mile shut down

338 shisha pipes seized as four illegal bars on the Curry Mile shut down

The bars were found to be operating under the wrong licenses, as well as violating the Health Act of 2006
Anger over proposed Hardy’s Well redevelopment

Anger over proposed Hardy’s Well redevelopment

The pub, located at the end of the curry mile, hasn’t been in use for a number of years but is seen by many as an artefact and a ‘central part of Rusholme’s identity’
The Impact of Reclaim the Night

The Impact of Reclaim the Night

Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
A brief history of the Curry Mile

A brief history of the Curry Mile

Helena Young provides a brief history of Manchester’s famous Curry Mile, and looks forward to its ever expanding, versatile future
Review: Beirut

Review: Beirut

A decent quality of food, but many better options exist on Curry Mile, particularly given the price
The Rusholme Sketcher

The Rusholme Sketcher

Len Grant brings life to the otherwise ordinary in ‘The Rusholme Sketcher’ Series

Sir Gerald Kaufman, Labour MP for Manchester Gorton dies aged 86

The death of Sir Gerald Kaufman, veteran MP for Manchester Gorton, will trigger a by-election. Most likely on the same date as the GM Mayoral election

Students hold first Rusholme SOUP event

A group of UoM students bring the pioneering SOUP format to Manchester, hoping to get local innovations and ideas micro-funded to improve the community

The Alexandria Library – Curry Mile’s new bookshop

Books Editor Yasmin Mannan interviews the owners of the Alexandria Library, a new literary addition to Curry Mile

The Coffee Column: Anchor

Previous editor Ben Walker steps in to the earthy fumes of Rusholme’s NQ-style community coffee spot, Anchor, where sharing is caring

Naan worse than the curry mile

Rusholme’s Curry Mile named ‘most anti-social street in Manchester’

Student commute ‘an accident hotspot’ for cyclists

Oxford and Wilmslow Roads have the highest number of accidents per year involving cyclists in Manchester

Should the smoking ban apply to shisha cafes?

With the news of Manchester City Council’s crackdown on indoor shisha cafes, we take a look at the issue

Shisha as dangerous as cigarettes, say NHS

Manchester City Council and NHS launch shisha health awareness campaign in effort to publicise dangers of smoking shisha

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