The SafeZone app which allows anonymous reporting of Covid breaches and tracking of students locations has received backlash from first years a week after its launch.
The Mancunion reveals exclusive footage
The UK has pledged at least £92m to a satellite navigation system that is proposed to rival the EU’s Galileo project. After the EU announced that the UK would not be able to access sensitive encrypted data from Galileo post-Brexit this coming March, the UK has threatened to launch its own sat-nav system despite having […]
Manchester City Council is implementing security in Fallowfield and Withington to control antisocial behaviour for the second year in a row
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
Concerns have been raised over new security measures implemented by Manchester City Council and funded by the city’s universities to tackle anti-social behaviour in popular student area Fallowfield
A little sound advice on what’s in place at university and in the community to keep your possessions in your possession
– Fallowfield nightclub’s license revoked after four violent incidents there were ‘covered up’ by staff
– Owner of RedRum speaks exclusively to The Mancunion, calls allegations ‘racist’
You wouldn’t leave your front door unlocked, so why are we letting our online activity be tracked?
Brendan McGrath faced criticism over the ejection and subsequent expulsion of Ebenezer Azamati from an Oxford Union Debate
As students lose faith in the protective forces of the law, an event at University Place aims to reverse the tide of crime in Fallowfield and beyond
The death of Martin McGuinness has prompted questions about the contrast between his IRA ties and his later peaceful actions, and how he should be remembered
Despite Manchester’s universities’ claims that monitoring students’ behaviour in Fallowfield will improve local relations, students have expressed their displeasure at the treatment
University imposes strict quotas on one of the most controversial and subscribed-to events to take place on campus—the MDU’s Israel debate