Manchester News and Events
Planning your Manchester trip? Whether you’re looking for things to do in Manchester such as events and attractions, to make your Manchester visit run smoothly or are planning where to stay in Manchester, you’ll find everything you need for your Manchester holiday on Whats On in Manchester.com. Our What’s On Manchester guide has the latest events not to miss while you visit Manchester – there’s always something going on, so don’t miss out on the latest exhibitions, shows and more on your trip to Manchester by checking out our News and Events page.
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
New funding will be help to kick start projects such as new railway stations, urban renewal and tech-based initiatives BusinessLive …
Thousands of venues across England have reopened for the first time in months BusinessLive …
Menu Tile is from Hull technology company Digitalquill BusinessLive …
The National Football Museum will be opening its doors early for visitors with autism, their families, friends and carers. 9 June 2019 9am –…
Liam Gallagher and old Oasis bandmate Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs are reuniting for one night only at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium. The pair…
Billy Elliot at the Palace Theatre Now celebrating 10 extraordinary years in London’s West End, Billy Elliot the Musical, comes to Manchester….
The festival will take over the observatory from July 22-24 with appearances from Prof Brian Cox and Everything Everything also planned The…
02 June 2016 Adam Ant is in concert at Bridgewater Hall performing the iconic album “Kings Of The Wild Frontier”. Live and…
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- Official Statistics: Health visitor service delivery metrics experimental statistics: 2019 to 2020 annual databy HM Government on 2nd August 2022 at 9:30 am
Annual data sets and commentary for local authority health visits to pregnant women, children and their families during pregnancy and early childhood.
- Guidance: Newborn and infant physical examination screening: education and trainingby HM Government on 6th June 2022 at 8:06 pm
Training and continuing professional development (CPD) for people working in the newborn and infant physical examination (NIPE) programme in England.
- Research: Be Clear on Cancer: first national 'Cervical Screening Saves Lives' campaignby HM Government on 25th May 2022 at 2:19 pm
Evaluation of the first national Cervical Screening Saves Lives campaign, which ran in 2019.
- Guidance: Respiratory disease: applying All Our Healthby HM Government on 19th May 2022 at 10:26 am
Evidence and guidance to help healthcare professionals manage respiratory disease and maximise early diagnosis and treatment.
Manchester Evening News
- Former England international reacts to 'delusional' #EmptyOldTrafford protestby email@example.com (Will Freeman) on 17th August 2022 at 8:00 pm
Former England international Trevor Sinclair has responded to new reports of a fan protest against the Glazer family.
- Home Bargains shoppers discover luxury £60 shower gel on shelves for 99pby firstname.lastname@example.org (Rachel Pugh) on 17th August 2022 at 7:59 pm
It's the real deal, and not a dupe in sight
- Police confirm violent knife brawl is not related to fatal shooting metres away in Moss Sideby email@example.com (James Holt) on 17th August 2022 at 7:44 pm
Four assaults took place across Manchester in the early hours of Monday - but none of them are related
- The young man with a love for the water lost to the Mersey on a first dateby firstname.lastname@example.org (George Lythgoe) on 17th August 2022 at 7:40 pm
His death has left his loved ones devastated - and determined to do their bit to prevent another tragedy
- Manchester United players slammed after they ‘threw in the towel’ against Brentfordby email@example.com (Matthew Hobkinson) on 17th August 2022 at 7:30 pm
Man United have faced heavy criticism following their 4-0 capitulation to Brentford at the weekend
Manchester business live
- Hull organic waste specialist taps into hydrogen funding for challenging materialsby firstname.lastname@example.org (David Laister) on 17th August 2022 at 6:37 pm
Government funding pot to be used to scope and develop project to deal with twigs, sticks and branches
- ADVERTORIAL: Gower College Swansea takes a leading role in upskilling the Welsh workforceby email@example.com (Anne Southby) on 17th August 2022 at 5:21 pm
From new business school to high quality apprentices - this is a college that means business
- Sales slow slightly for tractor dealership as Covid-led supply chain issues conflict with high demandby firstname.lastname@example.org (David Laister) on 17th August 2022 at 4:42 pm
War in Ukraine is puttting pressure on UK growing while Covid still takes its toll across industries
- Expansion for North Wales vehicle diagnostics firmby email@example.com (Owen Hughes) on 17th August 2022 at 4:10 pm
Wrexham-based Maverick Diagnostics has invested in a new skills centre
- Record sales for South Caernarfon Creameriesby firstname.lastname@example.org (Sion Barry) on 17th August 2022 at 4:05 pm
The farming co-operative is investing £20m expanding its production facilities in Gwynedd
- Saudi snitching app appears to have been used against jailed Leeds studentby Stephanie Kirchgaessner and Robyn Vinter on 17th August 2022 at 8:04 pm
‘Terrifying tool’ under scrutiny as Salma al-Shehab’s tweets suggest widely available phone app was used to report her The Saudi woman who was sentenced to 34 years in prison for using Twitter appears to have been denounced to Saudi authorities through a crime-reporting app that users in the kingdom can download to Apple and Android phones. A review of Leeds PhD student Salma al-Shehab’s tweets and interactions shows she was messaged by a person using a Saudi account on 15 November, […]
- Ofgem board director Christine Farnish quits over energy price capby Jasper Jolly on 17th August 2022 at 7:52 pm
Non-executive board member says regulator ‘gave too much benefit to companies at expense of customers’ A director at energy regulator Ofgem has resigned, accusing it of favouring businesses over consumers with a rule change that will add as much as £400 to the average UK household energy bill. Christine Farnish, a non-executive member of the Gas and Electricity Markets Authority (Gema), Ofgem’s board, tendered her resignation to the business secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, in early August. […]
- Madison Wright: two more men arrested in murder investigationby PA Media on 17th August 2022 at 7:39 pm
Total of five arrests since disappearance of Wright, 30, of Basildon, Essex Two more men have been arrested as part of a murder investigation after the disappearance of a woman. Madison Wright, 30, of Basildon, Essex, was last seen on 22 July wearing a pink top, black trousers and flip-flops. Continue reading...
- Rail strikes: Britons face three more days of disruption from Thursdayby Nadeem Badshah on 17th August 2022 at 7:30 pm
Network Rail, several train firms, London Underground and London buses to be hit by latest action Commuters and other travellers are facing further disruption over three days from Thursday on rail, tube and bus services, as tens of thousands of workers begin the latest round of strike action. Network Rail, several train companies, London Underground and buses in the capital will be hit by strikes due to long-running disputes over pay, jobs and conditions. Continue reading...