Manchester News and Events
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See what's On in Manchester. The events calendar is always packed with arts festivals, live music, exhibitions, blockbuster theatre shows, sport and activities for family and kids.
Whats on in Local News – Manchester
I’m obsessed with suits this autumn and this forest green one is an absolute staple
Tailored shapes and earthen colours are all the rage this autumn and this outfit from 4th & Reckless perfectly captures it – our readers get an exclusive 10% off Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
We tried the new freeze-fried ice cream shop at Manchester Arndale and it was delicious
Pan-n-Ice flash frozen rolls continue to be a bit of a social media hit and now they’re available at Manchester Arndale. Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
How to watch Brassic as Michelle Keegan confirms season 4 date
If you want to watch seasons one to three ahead of the release, you’re going to have to be quick Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
‘Chaos’ as huge crowds turned away from stage at Manchester Pride ahead of performance
Hundreds of festival goers were heading to the Alan Turing stage in Sackville Gardens when they were turned away Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
We test the perfect device for keeping your desktop tidy
Gareth Butterfield checks out the minimalist Belkin Boost Charge Pro charging station Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
I use an air-conditioner to help out in the heatwave and wish I’d bought one years ago
Gareth Butterfield spends a sweltering week cooling off with the Maeco MC Series 12000 Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
Baskets from Aldi, Lidl, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco, Morrisons, Ocado and Waitrose compared – and one was more than £25 cheaper
Which? compared the prices of 47 everyday items and the cheapest supermarket cost less than £75 Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
Tickets for Manchester’s new ‘park in the skies’ sell out in record time
The new skyline park opens on Saturday and has already sold out its first three weeks Manchester Evening News Whats On In …
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- Guidance: Learning disability: applying All Our Healthby HM Government on 22nd March 2023 at 5:32 pm
Evidence and information for health and care professionals and the wider public health workforce to support people with a learning disability and their families.
- Transparency data: PHE spend over £25,000: November 2019by HM Government on 24th February 2023 at 2:20 pm
Details of Public Health England transactions over £25,000 in November 2019.
- Research: Health Profile for England: 2021by HM Government on 13th February 2023 at 3:55 pm
The fourth annual profile combining data and knowledge with information from other sources to give a broad picture of the health of people in England in 2021.
- Consultation outcome: Community Health and Wellbeing Worker: employer demand scopingby HM Government on 9th February 2023 at 4:07 pm
To support the uptake of the Community Health and Wellbeing Worker apprenticeship, Health Education England (HEE) are scoping the workforce demand with employers.
Manchester Evening News
- Two men taken to hospital after crash on major road in Boltonby firstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas George) on 1st April 2023 at 7:40 pm
Emergency services were called to the smash this afternoon
- Man City release statement as Liverpool FC team coach 'sustains damage' after 'object thrown'by email@example.com (Isaac Johnson) on 1st April 2023 at 7:35 pm
It comes after Manchester City had earlier published a statement regarding a chant made during the match.
- Man City star Riyad Mahrez breaks Didier Drogba's Premier League record during win over Liverpool FCby firstname.lastname@example.org (Dan Brown) on 1st April 2023 at 7:30 pm
Man City winger Riyad Mahrez provided the assist for Kevin De Bruyne's goal in the 4-1 victory over Liverpool on Saturday.
- 'Keep him away' - Man United fans say same thing as transfer 'target' makes awkward goalkeeping blunderby email@example.com (Dan Brown) on 1st April 2023 at 7:25 pm
Manchester United were linked with a move for Borussia Dortmund goalkeeper Gregor Kobel earlier this week.
- Woman who wants brother's ashes dug up from parents' grave claims he puts people off visitingby firstname.lastname@example.org (Agency staff, Damon Wilkinson) on 1st April 2023 at 7:20 pm
Susan Bennett asked a judge to give the go-ahead for exhumation of Brian Yates's ashes from a graveyard in Bury
Manchester business live
- Everton post fifth consecutive full-year lossby email@example.com (Jon Robinson) on 1st April 2023 at 12:01 am
Clubs are allowed to lose a maximum of £105m over three years
- Plans for major new student accommodation scheme in the centre of Cardiff revealedby firstname.lastname@example.org (Sion Barry) on 31st March 2023 at 5:01 pm
Topland has launched a pre-planning consultation exercise for the proposed scheme at its existing Friary House building
- Trade mission to take advantage of new direct air link to long-standing Danish maritime partnerby email@example.com (David Laister) on 31st March 2023 at 4:50 pm
Humber and Esbjerg looking for forge further links after Eastern Airways flight launched
- Lush relocates Bristol store to Cabot Circus shopping centreby firstname.lastname@example.org (Abigail Turner) on 31st March 2023 at 4:37 pm
The Dorset-based cosmetics brand is expanding into a bigger outlet in the city's retail quarter
- UK Land Estates invests £8.5m at major North East business parksby email@example.com (Coreena Ford) on 31st March 2023 at 3:40 pm
The company is creating new units at Eighth Avenue East in Team Valley and at Teesside Estate
- ‘Most amusing’: Gilbert and George welcome the public to their own galleryby Vanessa Thorpe Arts and media correspondent on 1st April 2023 at 7:21 pm
Artists open centre in area of east London where they have lived and worked for decades Every creative person yearns for a room of their own. But for the stars of Britain’s contemporary art world, it seems that now only a venue of their own will do. Last weekend it was Tracey Emin in Margate; on Saturday morning it was the turn of the veteran duo Gilbert and George.“It is very exciting to see so many people,” said George Passmore, 81, after the gates swung wide at 10am to let in an […]
- Christopher Eccleston: it would be impossible for me to become an actor todayby Sophie Zeldin-O'Neill on 1st April 2023 at 5:05 pm
Theatres such as now-closed Oldham Coliseum vital for northern working-class people, says actorChristopher Eccleston has said it would be impossible for him to become an actor in today’s world, in an impassioned interview after the closure of Oldham’s Coliseum theatre.The British actor spoke about how the closure of the historic theatre would affect the acting community and people from working-class backgrounds. Continue reading...
- Pacific trade deal is more useful to Joe Biden than it is to the UK’s economyby Phillip Inman on 1st April 2023 at 5:00 pm
Hailed by Tory MPs as a Brexit benefit, CPTPP membership actually turns the UK into a willing pawn in Washington’s geopolitical gameTory MPs hailed the UK’s entry last week into the Indo-Pacific trading bloc as a major step on the road to re-establishing Britain as a pioneer of free trade.It was a coup for Rishi Sunak, said David Jones, the deputy chairman of the European Research Group of Tory Eurosceptics, who was excited to be aligned with “some of the most dynamic economies in the […]
- Severe delays at Dover leave school coaches waiting for hoursby Tobi Thomas on 1st April 2023 at 4:56 pm
‘Deeply frustrated’ port officials blame critical incident on extra Easter ferry bookings for coaches and French border processesSchool coaches have faced hours-long waits during severe delays in Dover at the start of the Easter holiday period.The Port of Dover, which declared a critical incident on Friday, said it was “deeply frustrated” at the delays, which it attributed to “lengthy French border processes and sheer volume”. Continue reading...