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Excessive drinking that causes a lack of thought and care in Manchester is all too prevalent these days.' The attack occurred in the early hours of November 28, 2009 as Matthew, a winger, was out with friends celebrating a 2-1 win over fellow non
Try getting about in Salford So there they are; the likes of John Simpson and Jeremy Bowen, navigating their way around the perilous hotspots of the Middle East. Clive Myrie for News 24 and James Naughtie from Today whizzing around Japan, bringing
Christopher Thomond for the Guardian From the Salford Star, news that residents, staff, unions and activists were lobbying councillors before a meeting this week. The Star describes the scene outside Swinton civic centre where a "healthy turnout"
Top boss says he believes whole channel will re-locate A BBC chief in charge of the broadcaster's move to Salford has suggested BBC One or Two could move up north. Richard Deverell, chief operating officer of BBC North, said he could not rule out BBC
Police want to speak to two brothers over the death of a "gentle" care assistant who was stabbed to death as he held a New Year party at his flat. Adam Steele, 23, suffered multiple stab wounds after it was thought he stepped in to protect a woman as
Salford CEO Eugene Jaffe announced that as of this moment, everything the investment fund owns in Serbia is for sale. Jaffe specified that the reason behind the decision was that the fund's investment cycle was complete, and that they were to sell
If you are seeking a quieter side of Manchester, try heading for Salford Quays, where culture, history and football congregate in what was once a busy working dockyard... The Lowry arts centre is the heartbeat of Salford Quays More.....For example,
guardian.co.uk The BBC is spending almost £10,000 telling the people of Salford about its move to MediaCity:UK . The corporation's decision to send 15,000 leaflets residents and businesses has already come under fire from local independent media
homes under the hammer BBC staff relocating to MediaCity in Salford have been offered a generous relocation package including a guaranteed house purchase scheme and a raft of financial incentives including up to £3,000 for new carpets and curtains.
A Southland principal who compared Education Minister Anne Tolley to German dictator Adolf Hitler has apologised to her school. Marlene Campbell, principal of Invercargill's Salford School, said on her Facebook page on November 5: "And the MOE (