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Fizzy pop and juice BANNED from city's leisure centres

Fizzy pop and juice BANNED from city's leisure centres

Leisure bosses in Salford have banned sugary drinks in a bid to help tackle the city’s obesity epidemic. Salford Community Leisure, which run eight centres across the city, has removed sugar-laden fizzy pop and juices from vending machines and cafes. It

Friday, 07:05 in Regional North West
 

Mum's plea to save children's home as autistic daughter faces 'devastating' move

A mother fears her severely autistic daughter could be forced to move many miles away after councillors decided to close the specialist home where she lives. Rachel Barton, 15, and Declan Dickinson, 13, will have to move from the Salford children’s home

Thursday, 11:49 in Regional North West
 
Live from court: Witnesses appear at trial of teen accused of stabbing Wesley Lennon to death

Live from court: Witnesses appear at trial of teen accused of stabbing Wesley Lennon to death

The first witnesses are expected to begin evidence in the trial of a teenager accused of murdering Wesley Lennon. Wesley, who was also known as Wesley Barnard, was 26 when he was fatally stabbed in the chest in an incident at Cambrai Crescent, in the Win

Wednesday, 15:14 in Regional North West
 

Salford's mayor pledges extra money for city's poor as £16m cuts are approved

Salford’s mayor has pledged extra cash to stamp out poverty in the city - despite yet another round of brutal cuts. Paul Dennett launched a scathing attack on the Tories for leaving thousands of Salfordians destitute while those in leafy southern shires

Wednesday, 15:14 in Regional North West
 
Demonstrations ahead of meeting to rubber stamp £16m of Salford council savings

Demonstrations ahead of meeting to rubber stamp £16m of Salford council savings

Protesters furious at proposed cuts to services in Salford will gather to demonstrate as town hall bosses rubber stamp £16m-worth of savings. Trade union members will lobby the council on Wednesday morning as the city’s eighth austerity budget is set. Th

Wednesday, 15:14 in Regional North West
 
Live from court: Teenager on trial accused of stabbing Wesley Lennon to death

Live from court: Teenager on trial accused of stabbing Wesley Lennon to death

A teenager is expected to go on trial shortly accused of murdering a man he stabbed to death in Eccles. Wesley Lennon, 26, also known as Wesley Barnard, died after suffering stab wounds in an incident in the Winton area in August. Adam Akhtar, 18, of Som

Tuesday, 16:06 in Regional North West
 
Man who killed tragic mum was one of the ringleaders in Strangeways riots

Man who killed tragic mum was one of the ringleaders in Strangeways riots

The killer of tragic mum Sian Roberts was one of the ringleaders of the Strangeways riots , the M.E.N can reveal. Glynn Williams, 53, also known as Glyn Williams and Glen Williams, was last week jailed for life for murdering mother-of-one Sian at her hom

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 
Developer submits new plans to build 600 flats at Salford Quays - weeks after original proposal was rejected

Developer submits new plans to build 600 flats at Salford Quays - weeks after original proposal was rejected

Developers whose plans to build almost 600 plush flats at Salford Quays were thrown out by planning chiefs are making another bid to have them passed. Fortis Developments bosses had to go back to the drawing board after proposals to transform Furness Qua

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 
'Loutish' teenager who carried out frenzied knife attack on two people near the Printworks is jailed

'Loutish' teenager who carried out frenzied knife attack on two people near the Printworks is jailed

A ‘dangerous’ teenager who left a man fighting for life in a ‘frenzied’ attack outside the Printworks has been locked up for seven years. ‘Aggressive and loutish’ Levi Shannon, 18, stabbed two men within minutes of each other after a night out at the Bir

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 

Why is there an 8ft sculpture of Jeremy Clarkson's head in this Salford garden?

Stunned residents woke to find a new neighbour had moved into their quiet Salford street - former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson. Not the opinionated TV presenter in person, but an 8ft high fibreglass sculpture of his head. The towering bust, which forced

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 
House prices soar in Salford as estate agents scramble for stock

House prices soar in Salford as estate agents scramble for stock

House prices in Salford have soared as estate agents ‘scrambled’ for stock. Homeowners saw prices rise by almost double the national average - rising by 13.1 per cent in 2016. According to figures released by the Land Registry, the average house prices i

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 
Teenage lesbian couple 'told off by security guard for putting people off their food' after kiss in Morrisons cafe

Teenage lesbian couple 'told off by security guard for putting people off their food' after kiss in...

Two teenage girls say a security guard started ‘shouting and swearing’ at them when they shared a brief kiss in a Morrisons supermarket. The couple claim he told them they were ‘putting people off their food’ and yelled: “It is disgusting.” Morrisons bos

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 
Two arrested following armed robbery in Salford

Two arrested following armed robbery in Salford

Two people have been arrested following an armed robbery at a shop in Salford. More than £1,000 was stolen during the raid n New Bailey Street on Thursday night. A man wearing a balaclava went into the store carrying a bag and confronted staff and custom

Tuesday, 13:23 in Regional North West
 

Prisoners given leaflets explaining how to take Spice 'safely'

Prisoners in Salford are being routinely handed leaflets on how to ‘safely’ take dangerous illegal drugs such as Spice. The pamphlet - distributed to inmates when they order items such as toiletries and cigarettes - details an 11-point checklist of ‘safe

16 February 2017 in Regional North West
 

Sister of prisoner found dead in cell reveals he saw inmates high on Spice being carried out on stretchers

The devastated sister of a prisoner found dead in his cell says inmates are being regularly carried out of their cells high on Spice. Darren Rawlinson, 38, was found unresponsive in his cell in Salford ’s Forest Bank prison last month. His death follows

15 February 2017 in Regional North West
 
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