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If Manchester United's recently announced £160m training ground sponsorship deal with Aon is anything to go by, then the business of football is in a healthy state. But the Old Trafford giants have always been the exception rather than the rule, so
21 March 2013 The Parker app will automatically shows users in Manchester where their nearest free spot is. UK trial of the technology Smart parking spaces that can automatically alert drivers when they become free are set to be trialled in the UK
Developer Peter Hunter certainly thought so and managed to squeeze a detached home between these two semis. The house, measuring just 14ft wide, is probably one of the thinnest in Britain. But despite its slim nature, it has three bedrooms, two
Arlene Phillips aged four Here I am, aged about four, at Broughton Prep school in Cheetham Hill, Manchester. I lived in the area with my older brother Ian and younger sister Karen until I was eight, when we moved to Didsbury...I was an odd, shy girl
Peter Barritt/SuperStock/Corbis Manchester's Jazz Festival will see performers from 20 separate countries play in venues dotted around the city later this month. More than 37,000 people attended last year's festival and similar numbers are expected
Manchester Central Library has been accused of disposing of valuable material from its archive. Photograph: David Levene for the Guardian One of the UK's greatest municipal libraries has been accused of throwing away valuable parts of its archive
Tens of thousands of Manchester City fans are expected to line the streets later for a victory parade after the club won the Premier League title...The players will parade through the city in an open-top bus, starting at Albert Square at 18:30 BST.
Nothing like a four-day week to bring back the weekend round a little bit quicker, especially when t... Suggested Topics A council has defended its decision to spend nearly £40,000 of taxpayers' cash on hosting a Diamond Jubilee visit by The Queen.
Suggested Topics Pete Roberts vividly recalls when he first entered The Twisted Wheel, aged 14. "Walking down the staircase with my heart pounding, I thought I had sold my soul to the devil." Nearly five decades later The Wheel, the cradle of
A businessman who is standing in the way of ambitious expansion plans by Manchester City has defended his stance as "more than just about football". Shaun O'Brien has refused to sell the land at his vehicle recovery company OB Trucks to Man City so