Article published: Thursday, September 26th 2013
Mule is Manchester’s only alternative and independent newspaper, only published online at present, but we want to go back into print. We currently relies entirely on grants, donations, fundraising events and a little ethical advertising.
Article published: Monday, March 18th 2013
Manchester Mule is seeking new volunteer editors to write, commission and edit articles for our regularly updated website. Click here for more info.
Article published: Sunday, February 17th 2013
We’ve come across two excellent videos of the Hulme Crescents recently, and would like to share them with you.
Article published: Monday, September 3rd 2012
Friends of Platt Fields warn the much-loved park is in desperate need of attention following a summer of rain, festivals and more rain, dozens of children may be left without new term places as pressure mounts on Primary Schools, and health clinics in some of the most deprived areas of the city are due to close from October.
Article published: Tuesday, August 28th 2012
Expansion at Manchester Airport brings new questions for the environment, new business for Richard Branson, and fresh opportunities for the fire-sale of public assets. Danny Dyer gets ousted from Pride following public pressure, and teachers speak out against Michael Gove’s ‘grade-fixing’ scandal.
Article published: Saturday, July 21st 2012
The census reveals a Manchester population surge over the last decade, Remploy workers take strike action against factory closures and Sir Richard Leese harks back to the Commonwealth Games (while trying to claim credit for the Olympics). Several investment plans were also rolled out this week – see if you can spot what they have in common…
Article published: Monday, June 11th 2012
We’re running one of our semi-regular training days on Saturday, see below for details on how to attend