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Murder, mayhem and shenanigans: Stockport writer pens book about his hometown

Reddish-based writer Nick Fisher's newest book describes Stockport's colourful history, covering anything from celebrity sightings to it's own unsavoury characters. The book, Hardmen Gangsters Jokers...

Is this the ultimate top 10 greatest Manchester bands of all time?

We’re taking you on a whistle-stop tour of the best bands to come out of our city in the 60s, 70s, and of course...

From my dad’s Rusholme cafe to the Kippax – one man’s love affair with Man City

Who remembers that moment you decided whether you were going to join the blue or red side of the city? Manchester is known for...

Best mates and motorhead who brought a little bit of Mexico to Manchester

Our editor, Bob Alston, is a bit of a motorhead - a fan of anything with an engine from being a young lad. Here...
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Tales of my life in lockdown in Bolton

Our Bolton reporter Carole Ogden shares her thoughts on 'Life in Lockdown' from spring cleaning, gardening, finding a renewed love of cooking, writing poetry...

From Wales to Wigan – memories of the Casino Club

Member of the TAMG community, Steven Jones, shares his account of making the pilgrimage from Llanraheadr-ym-Mochnant to Wigan in a quest to Keep The...

Bond, the bear and me – Paddington fan’s own tale of travels to London

Jane Lesley Pearson has been a Paddington Bear fan since she was a child but never dreamed of becoming friends with the famed author...

I met my first love in Belle Vue….and they called it puppy love

In 1971 I was free, single, and at 12 – and that’s how it should be! But I was in love with a boy...

New podcast builds community of females still bossing it in business

Businesswoman Una Cottrell has launched a new podcast to connect career-focused women who are showing no signs of stopping after decades in their chosen...

My friend Terrence on the telly

Our reporter Jean Friend recounts the experience of her good friend Terrence: from spending Christmas alone for the past 20 years, to staring in...
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