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“This is unacceptable” Local residents aren’t happy with a truck parked on the pavement in Worsley

Drivers passing through the Manchester Outer Ring Road took to Twitter today after a HGV vehicle was spotted parked on […]

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‘We need to show people that this space is for them, not for the government.’ Salford community reclaims Blackfriars ‘urban farm’ land

Salford campaigners are banding together to restore a community garden in Blackfriars and stop flats being built on it.  Salford […]

Salford City Councillor wants more environmentally friendly developments

Salford City Councillor wants more environmentally friendly developments

Councillor Derek Antrobus believes progress has been made and will continue to be made by Salford City Council.

“Doing nothing is not an option” – ‘£20 fine’ for idling cars outside schools

“Doing nothing is not an option” – ‘£20 fine’ for idling cars outside schools

Trafford Council are proposing to fine parents who keep their car engines running, in the hope it will reduce air pollution within the borough.

Salford Council secures £99,000 to help survivors of domestic abuse

Salford Council secures £99,000 to help survivors of domestic abuse

The fund of £99,000 will be used towards accommodation in Salford for survivors of domestic abuse to help them find long term and safe housing.

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Union claims Salford is ‘failing to collect millions in Council Tax’

A report by Unison has revealed that Salford City Council are missing out on millions of pounds in tax due to staff shortages. 

Salford Councillors pass charter against modern slavery

Salford Councillors pass charter against modern slavery

Salford Councillors have signed up to the Co-Operative Party Charter against modern slavery. The Charter includes ten points that the […]

“We’ve lost a generation of voters” says Salford councillor

Langworthy ward Labour Councillor John Warmisham talks of how education and upbringing has affected the number of young voters. Despite […]