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Salford headteacher warns parents of gaming craze putting children at risk

The headteacher of a Salford primary school sent out a letter to parents this week warning them of a new game […]

“Our only hope was to turn to crime”: Meet the Salford businessman inspiring young people

“Our only hope was to turn to crime”: Meet the Salford businessman inspiring young people

A local businessman has been “empowering” young people through a training business he set up from scratch. Neil Degg from […]

Salford GP achieves bronze ‘Pride in Practice’ award for LGBTQ healthcare

Salford GP achieves bronze ‘Pride in Practice’ award for LGBTQ healthcare

The Height General Practice in Salford has achieved the bronze Pride in Practice Award recognising the high standard of healthcare it’s provides for the LGBTQ community.

UK’s first smart meter research lab to open at Salford University

UK’s first smart meter research lab to open at Salford University

The UK’s first smart meter research facility is set to open at Salford University this Friday. The ‘Smart Meters>Smart Homes’ laboratory […]

Salford resident aims to bring “tender loving care” to Albert Park

Salford resident aims to bring “tender loving care” to Albert Park

A local campaign has been launched  to recruit volunteers to carry out gardening tasks at Albert Park after concerns were raised about the council’s ability to maintain it.

Three LGBTQ+ youth groups have rallied together to stand against hate crime in Salford

Three LGBTQ+ youth groups have rallied together to stand against hate crime in Salford

This week, the Salford-based Bridgewater LGBTQ youth group have created a campaign called ‘biscuits against hate crime’ in support of […]

Salford CAB group appeals for feedback on ‘period poverty’ in city

Salford CAB group appeals for feedback on ‘period poverty’ in city

A new project to tackle ‘period poverty’ across Salford has secured funding – and the group behind it needs the help of residents from across the city.

Salford tower block resident fears ‘Grenfell mark two’

Salford tower block resident fears ‘Grenfell mark two’

Outraged residents have launched a petition after the government said it won’t be funding the removal of dangerous cladding on nine Pendleton tower blocks.

“It’s good to have that break”: Students encouraged to exercise to reduce stress

“It’s good to have that break”: Students encouraged to exercise to reduce stress

AS the assessment period begins, students are being reminded of the benefits of the “happy chemicals” released during exercise to […]