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20th May
Mosaic in Salford’s Islington Park to be preserved after Greater Manchester chose the site to be improved. In line with the mayor’s cycling and...
Salford Local election count 2022
6th May
Labour retained control of Salford Council but lost three seats to the Conservatives. The Liberal Democrats gained two seats and one seat was...
Sounds Of The City Poster
10th Apr
Salford’s Sounds From The Other City (SFTOC) festival has announced its full line-up ahead of its eagerly awaited live return on 1 May...
pay it forward cards enocurate people to carry out random acts of kindness
2nd Mar
A Salford family are celebrating the life of a loved one by encouraging residents to undertake random acts of kindness for others. Norman Frost died...
police car on the street
2nd Feb
A 17-year-old teenage boy was found dead in a Salford Park on Sunday morning. Police investigations revealed that Alan Szelugowski was stabbed...
18th Nov
Salford has been one of over 30 locations in the UK used for e-scooter trials. The current trial began 12 months ago and was due to end in October...
Young boys litter-picking
8th Nov
A woman has described herself as a ‘proud mummy’ after her two young sons picked up the litter they found on their dog walk in Salford. Nichola O’...
Young people to produce a film around knife crime in Salford.
4th Nov
A Salford housing association is investing £12,000 to produce a short film documenting the impact of knife crime on young people. The project...
Slow Revolution, Greengate, Salford, Liz West, sculpture
2nd Nov
A new sculpture has been unveiled in Salford symbolising its historical roots with the Industrial Revolution. The illuminated sculpture -...
Irwell, Ralli Quays, Demolition
11th Oct
Salford residents are angry about a proposed new office and hotel development they say will block access to the River Irwell. Building work will...


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