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Manchester boasts several excellent museums as befits the rich culture of England's second city....
The city in question is this one - Manchester. For he predicts that the...
Manchester restaurants have always come and gone. You may remember Establishment, Reform, Room, Chez...
The economy of Manchester outgrew that of inner-city London last year in relative terms. But is it in danger of losing its ‘industrial soul’ to developers of in-demand new housing and office space?
Saturday 15th June 1996 dawned bright and sunny and Manchester had every reason to feel good about itself, writes Ray King
Our old friend Giles Coren, the scourge of northern dining, is up to his old tricks again, criticising the north for its lack of original restaurants. Maybe he'd like to come and learn a thing or two about some of Manchester's originals
Key players in the redesign and reconstruction of a city centre shattered by the biggest bomb ever detonated on the British mainland in peacetime took part in a symposium in Manchester today
Manchester city council leader Sir Richard Leese passes a remarkable personal and political milestone this month - the 20th anniversary of his election to office
A tribute to the truly remarkable character and career path of Tim Bacon who has died after a long battle with cancer, aged just 52