Author: Archie Richards

Peter Roberts receiving his first vaccine on December 16th. (Image:  Salford CCG)

Salford residents being denied their covid jabs despite the centres advertising walk-in vaccines

Frustrated Salford residents have been turned away from vaccine centres across the city despite being told they could get their […]

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“The cost of living is constantly going up and the Minimum Wage doesn’t seem to be going up at the same rate” Salfordians call for more to be done as wages are set to rise

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Herbert Vaughan anniversary – A look at the life and career of Salford’s youngest Bishop who went on to become Archbishop and being recognised by the Vatican itself

This passing week marked the 149th anniversary of Cardinal Hebert Vaughan being appointed as Salford’s Bishop, a role he served […]

Refill Station at The Dispensary

“We’re fighting convenience” – Salford’s first zero waste shop hosts its own clothes swap event

The Dispensary, which is widely regarded as Salford’s first zero waste shop, hosted its very first clothes swapping event over the […]

Trolley Productions, (credit: Jamie McGregor)

Review: A night of live music with Trolley Productions at the Old Pint Pot

A diverse cast of musicians came together last Thursday for a celebration of independent talent hosted by Salford-based label Trolley Productions […]

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Just what the Doctor ordered: Ten years after ‘The Crash of the Elysium’, Salford theatregoers would love to see the return of immersive, audience-driven productions

A decade after Doctor Who landed in Salford with The Crash of the Elysium, local Sci-Fi lovers and theatre fanatics alike […]

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MediaCityUK economic success found to be strongly linked to the presence of the BBC

A new report has found that more than 10,000 jobs have been created in the digital sector in Salford, following […]

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Go North West bus strike ends after union drivers win historic battle against ‘fire and rehire’

Bus drivers will finally be returning to their regular Salford routes after winning their battle against ‘fire and rehire’, ending the longest […]

Salford RHS Bridgewater

Salford’s RHS Bridgewater garden “thrilled” to be opening next week after a year long delay

After being delayed over a year ago due to the pandemic, Salford’s RHS Bridgewater Garden is set to open to […]

Salford’s youngest mayoral candidate hopes for a Lib Dem revival in local elections

Salford mayoral candidate Jake Overend remains hopeful that the May 6 elections will mark the start of a resurgence for […]