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If you live or work in Manchester or have visited recently, you’ve probably noticed that Manchester has changed quite a bit in the last 20 years. It’s now the most liveable city in the UK and in the top 50 most liveable cities in the world, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s annual survey. Maybe that’s why so many businesses and people are moving here.

Manchester ranked one of the best cities in the world to...

Manchester is the second best city in the UK for millennials according to a new study, ranking highly for its access to contraceptives and the number of Apple shops.

Kendals: Manchester’s favourite art deco department store plans major makeover

House of Fraser on Deansgate has had many facelifts over the years and many name changes. Having opened as Watts' in 1832, it subsequently became Kendal Milne,...

The good, the bad and the ugly: the buildings Mancunians love...

Tower blocks, brutalist modern architecture, high rise flats and offices built in the aftermath of the war. Don’t Mancunians who cherish the city’s Victorian...

Be a super-sleuth for a day at Breakout Manchester

Breakout is a live escape room game where you are locked in a room with a team of 2-5 people for an hour and...

Manchester and Salford: can you see the join?

If every Manc has a chip on his or her shoulder, does your average Salfordian have a chip on both? One reflecting an attitude...

How to get richer quick: 10 top tax planning tips for...

Want to save money but still eat out, drink craft beer and have an all round glorious life? Not sure if you’re being wise with...

Brand new app made in Manchester keeps the trolls away

Social media has made the public more likely to speak their minds than ever. But how do you sift through all the info out...

You can rent this stylish 20 bed house with roof terrace...

Struggling to find a hotel that can accommodate you and your group? Just finished watching The Wolf of Wall Street for the nth time this week...

Bruntwood’s £8m creative flagship redevelopment Neo open for business

Bruntwood’s £8m creative flagship redevelopment on Charlotte Street, Neo, is officially open for business. The building houses tech-enabled, high quality workspace environments including co-working spaces,...

Get it while you can: free EU-funded training for SME staff...

Greater Manchester is the biggest city economy outside London. With a working age population of 1.7 million, two thirds of whom are educated to...

Rave from the grave: could congestion charging in Manchester be back...

On 12 December 2008, almost a decade ago, more than a million residents of Greater Manchester took part in a referendum on whether to...

Why new High Sheriff Gerry loves Manchester

Restaurateur, property developer and key player for decades in many aspects of Manchester’s economic, cultural, charitable and educational life, Gerry Yeung has been appointed...