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SALFORD COUNCIL DOES NOTHING AS PORTSMOUTH COUNCIL FORCES TRANSPARENCY ON DEVELOPERS

Star date: 19th October 2017

PORTSMOUTH CITY COUNCIL FORCES DEVELOPERS TO REVEAL VIABILITY ASSESSMENTS

As developers in Salford continue to evade £millions in planning obligations and provision of affordable housing, Portsmouth City Council has passed a motion forcing builders to publicly reveal the viability assessments that give them a get-out.

The Salford Star has shown that over £40million has been avoided in the city by developers, plus the loss of over 1,000 affordable houses... "We want to stop developers that are out to deceive people" said Portsmouth Councillor Steve Pitt, as Salford City Council does nothing.

Full details here...

added Thursday, October 19, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD RED DEVILS MOVE FORWARD WITH NEW BADGE AND SUPPORTERS’ TRUST

Star date: 18th October 2017

SALFORD FANS GET VOICE WITH INDEPENDENT SALFORD RLFC SUPPORTERS' TRUST

Salford Red Devils have unveiled a new club crest featuring a plethora of symbols, from the willow tree, to a devil's trident to the Lowry Millennium Footbridge.

Meanwhile, the independent Salford RLFC Supporters' Trust has been created to give fans a voice and boost development of the game and team in the city. It's already got almost three hundred members after just two weeks.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 18, 2017  

 
 

MANCHESTER COUNCIL SLATED OVER £10,000 ONE-WAY TICKETS ‘TO GET RID OF HOMELESS’

Star date: 18th October 2017

LIBDEM COUNCILLOR CONDEMNS 'COUNTRY'S MOST RIGHT WING LABOUR COUNCIL' OVER TRAIN TICKETS TO 'GET RID OF HOMELESS'

Manchester City Council has been slated by its only opposition councillor, after it was revealed by the BBC that £10,000 had been spent on one-way train tickets to 'get rid' of the homeless.

"Manchester Council has spent years refusing to build affordable homes, approving luxury developments, evicting and trying to sue the homeless, ignoring the rough sleepers problem and now buying them out of the city" says LibDem councillor, John Leech, "The country's most right-wing Labour council has reached a whole new low."

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 18, 2017  

 
 

THE DEATH OF SOCIAL RENT PROPERTIES IN SALFORD?

Star date: 17th October 2017

CITY WEST ACCOUNTS SHOW MOVE AWAY FROM SOCIAL RENT

New accounts for City West Housing Trust show a loss of 259 social rent properties last year, and an increase of 154 more expensive 'affordable rent' properties. Meanwhile, none of the housing company's new units are for social rent, while 98 high rise flats have been converted from social to private rent.

Not-for-profit City West made a surplus of £16.3million last year, while its highest paid director trousered £160,000.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, October 17, 2017  

 
 

ZOMBIES INVADE ECCLES FOR SALFORD CREDIT UNION AWARENESS WEEK

Star date: 16th October 2017

ZOMBIES GIVE OUT THE MESSAGE: 'DON'T GET SPOOKED BY RIP OFF LENDERS'

A zombie flashmob invaded Church Street in Eccles at the weekend to give out the message: 'Don't get spooked by rip off lenders - get local'.

The event was to kick off Greater Manchester Credit Union Awareness Week and to point people towards using the not-for-profit Salford Credit Union, rather than payday and doorstep lenders, and expensive credit cards.

Full details here...

added Monday, October 16, 2017  

 
 

NEW SALFORD STAR HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS AVAILABLE

Star date: 15th October 2017

BRAND NEW SALFORD STAR HOODIES AND SWEATSHIRTS IN STOCK

The Salford Star's new range of black hoodies, and black or white sweatshirts, are now available, priced £25 and £20, with every penny of profit going towards keeping the Salford Star alive and kicking.

Get one now!

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

GREG MURRAY AND THE SEVEN WONDERS AT THE SALFORD ARMS

Star date: 15th October 2017

UPLIFTING LIVE MUSIC AT ITS BEST

Greg Murray and the Seven Wonders
Saturday 21st October 10pm
Salford Arms free

Eight piece rock, alt, folk combo, Greg Murray and the Seven Wonders, take to the stage at the Salford Arms in a free gig next Saturday, complete with brass section and live tunes that promise a euphoric and uplifting night, as Ian Leslie reports.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

THE HAUNTING OF BLAINE MANOR AT KINGS ARMS SALFORD

Star date: 15th October 2017

BLAINE IS BACK WITH A BANG

The Haunting of Blaine Manor
Monday 23rd – Sunday 29th October
The King's Arms £10/£8

As a preview for Halloween, check out eerie at its finest in Joe O'Byrne's The Haunting of Blaine Manor at the Kings Arms, a "horror masterclass", as Ian Leslie reports.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

AGECROFT WALK RAISES MONEY FOR SALFORD DEMENTIA CHAMPIONS

Star date: 15th October 2017

GILL'S WALK FOR DEMENTIA RAISES HUNDREDS OF POUNDS FOR CHAMPIONS

Last night over two dozen people went on the now annual Gill's Walk For Dementia which took place at Agecroft Cemetery. The group raised hundreds of pounds for Salford Dementia Champions, volunteers who try and improve the delivery of dementia services in the city.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

GRUNWICK STRIKE PLAY COMES TO SALFORD WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY

Star date: 15th October 2017

SEMINAL GRUNWICK STRIKE BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE

We Are The Lions, Mr Manager
Saturday 21st October 7:30pm
Working Class Movement Library £12.50/£10.50

The Grunwick strike, begun in 1976, was absolutely seminal in modern working class history, as over 20,000 people joined picket lines to defend mainly Asian women against low pay, unfair working conditions and bullying. This new incredibly popular play by Neil Gore celebrates the life of one of the strike leaders, Jayaben Desai.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD BREXIT VOTERS WANTED FOR UNIVERSITY ONLINE SURVEY

Star date: 15th October 2017

EU LEAVE VOTERS RESEARCH

Salford University researchers would like to hear from the city's 'leave' voters about their 'experiences of living in Salford, and their hopes and fears for Brexit'. They've set up an online survey which should take around 15 minutes to complete.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 15, 2017  

 
 

ACCOUNT OF QUEEN VICTORIA’S CITY VISIT WINS SALFORD LOCAL HISTORY AWARD

Star date: 14th October 2017

PAUL SPEAKMAN WINS FRANK MULLINEUX AWARD

Paul Speakman has won the Frank Mullineux Local History Award for The Queen Cometh, his detailed account of the visit of Queen Victoria to the city in 1851. The annual prize is awarded by the Salford Local History Forum, which described the work as "An excellent, original publication rich in interesting well researched details."

Full details here...

added Saturday, October 14, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD RED DEVILS OWNER KOUKASH LINKED WITH GOLD COAST TITANS

Star date: 14th October 2017

MARWAN KOUKASH LINKED WITH AUSTRALIAN NRL CLUB

According to a report in the Brisbane Times this morning, Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash 'has emerged as a prospective owner' of the Gold Coast Titans, who play in the Australian National Rugby League.

The paper describes Koukash as a 'billionaire', whose "net worth is estimated at $3 billion". The latest Reds accounts show liabilities of over £8million and huge debts to Salford Council still not settled. Meanwhile, confusion reigns over the status of Salford Red Devils' ownership.

Full details here...

added Saturday, October 14, 2017  

 
 

RNLI CELEBRATED IN NEW MIKRON THEATRE PLAY COMING TO SALFORD

Star date: 14th October 2017

STRIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVES

In at the Deep End
Wednesday 18th October 7:30pm
St Peter and Paul's Church, Eccles £11/£9

Mikron Theatre brings its new nautically exciting and entertaining play celebrating the Royal National Lifeboat Institution to St Peter and Paul's Church in Eccles this week. In at the Deep End takes a compelling look at the RNLI and its unsung heroes, with some song along the way, as Ian Leslie reports.

Full details here...

added Saturday, October 14, 2017  

 
 

OVER 1,000 SALFORD PEOPLE HAVE DISABILITY PAYMENTS CUT OR REDUCED

Star date: 13th October 2017

CHANGE FROM DLA TO PIP CAUSES MISERY FOR MANY DISABLED PEOPLE

Figures obtained in Parliament by Salford and Eccles MP, Rebecca Long-Bailey, show that over one thousand disabled Salford people have either had their payments decreased or had claims disallowed during the move from Disability Living Allowance (DLA), to Personal Independence Payments (PIP).

"PIP is a step backward from DLA, it is discriminatory and being used to reduce entitlement by an unscrupulous government that is institutionally disablist" says Rick Burgess from Manchester Disabled People Against The Cuts.

Full details here...

added Friday, October 13, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD BROWN COW PUB DEVELOPERS TO AVOID £100,000S IN PLANNING PAYMENTS

Star date: 12th October 2017

BROWN COW PUB ON WORSLEY ROAD SET FOR 49 HOUSES AND FLATS

Next week, Caspia Management Ltd and Robinsons Brewery are applying to Salford City Council to build 21 flats and 28 houses on the site of the Brown Cow pub on Worsley Road, near Eccles.

Residents and councillors are objecting to the scheme, while the developer looks set to avoid hundreds of thousands of pounds in planning payments. They say that the pub isn't 'viable'...but neither is their housing scheme 'viable'...

Full details here...

added Thursday, October 12, 2017  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER LAW CENTRE BOYCOTTS UNIVERSAL CREDIT

Star date: 11th October 2017

LAW CENTRE REFUSES TO FACILITATE UNIVERSAL CREDIT ROLL-OUT

Greater Manchester Law Centre, which specialises in welfare benefit claims, is refusing to facilitate Universal Credit roll-out..."We will not be complicit" the Centre states. Greater Manchester Housing Action, which has produced a letter against the roll out signed by a number of local politicians and organisations, calls Universal Credit a "debt machine" and the Government's 'next Poll Tax'.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 11, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCILLORS’ £87,000 TO TELEVISE THEMSELVES

Star date: 11th October 2017

£87,000 COST OF BROADCASTING SALFORD COUNCIL MEETINGS

Cash strapped Salford City Council has recently agreed a contract worth £87,333 with Public-i Ltd to broadcast its meetings, which includes new microphones and HD cameras. The last public information on viewing figures revealed that less than one hundred people watched each broadcast.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 11, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COUNCIL APPROVES WAGE CUTS AND JOB CUTS

Star date: 10th October 2017

'POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS' CUTS TO SALFORD PEOPLE'S SAFETY

"We won't be able to safeguard the welfare and safety and residents of Salford" 

Salford councillors, including City Mayor Paul Dennett, unanimously voted to cut wages and jobs in the Council's Regulatory Services this morning, as staff protested outside the Civic Centre.

The department deals with issues like food hygiene, trading standards and slum landlords, and a member of staff told the Salford Star that "We won't be able to safeguard the welfare and safety and residents of Salford"; while UNISON branch secretary, Steven North, added that the move is "potentially dangerous".

Full details here...

added Tuesday, October 10, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COUNCIL PROPOSES OVER £100 A WEEK WAGE CUTS FOR STAFF PLUS JOB CUTS

Star date: 9th October 2017

14 JOBS TO BE AXED AND £6,521 SLASHED FROM WAGES OF SALFORD COUNCIL STAFF

Tomorrow, members of Salford City UNISON are to lobby Salford Council over proposed wage cuts of up to £6,521 a year for some staff who work in Regulatory Services, plus the loss of 14 jobs.

Regulatory Services protect people of Salford from slum landlords, rogue traders and dangerous products...  "All of us should be concerned when any proposals are put forward to weaken them" says Salford UNISON branch secretary Steve North "...staffing and wage reductions cannot be justified..."

Full details here...

added Monday, October 9, 2017  

 
 

SWINTON LIONS REVEAL NEW ‘MANCHESTER’ LOGO

Star date: 9th October 2017

'MANCHESTER' LOGO WILL HELP 'MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES' STATE LIONS

After Salford Red Devils fans threatened mutiny if Marwan Koukash added 'Manchester' to the club name, Swinton Lions have now incorporated it into their new logo, to enter 'a fresh era'.

Swinton Lions recently received a £60,000 loan from Salford City Council but the club argues "The incorporation of the word 'Manchester' reflects our pride in being part of the Greater Manchester conurbation. It is a geographical statement and not a political one... in the modern world we also need to be mindful of marketing opportunities and presenting a clear identity..."

Full details here...

added Monday, October 9, 2017  

 
 

CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON, MAXINE PEAKE ET AL STAR IN THE ACTING CLASS AT SALFORD ARTS THEATRE

Star date: 8th October 2017

UNMISSABLE DOCUMENTARY EXPOSES CLASS DIVISIONS IN CULTURE

The Acting Class
Saturday 14th October
Salford Arts Theatre £5

Culture is riven with social class, and a new feature length documentary being shown at Salford Arts Theatre next Saturday, and at Moston Small Theatre on Friday, lays it all out through the words of famous and non-famous actors, writers, directors, producers and wannabe-but-can't-be actors.

The Acting Class is unashamedly talking heads, proudly working class and totally unmissable, as Christopher Eccleston, Maxine Peake and friends in the north and south get more and more angry about 'Downturd Abbey' et al...

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 8, 2017  

 
 

WIN TICKET TO SEE SOLD OUT MORRISSEY PLAY ‘THORN’ IN SALFORD

Star date: 7th October 2017

AWARD WINNING, SOLD OUT MORRISSEY PLAY TICKET UP FOR GRABS

Tim Keogh's play, Thorn, inspired by the life of Morrissey, rightly won the Best Newcomer Award at the GM Fringe, and returns to the Kings Arms in Salford on 17th and 18th October for two sold out shows. The Salford Star has one free ticket to give away for the performance on Tuesday 17th. To win it there's one simple question (for Morrissey fans) to answer, as Ian Leslie reports.

Full details here...

added Saturday, October 7, 2017  

 
 

RAPAR BACKS CONGO TORTURE VICTIM AT DALLAS COURT SALFORD

Star date: 7th October 2017

TORTURE VICTIM NOT ALONE IN SALFORD

Yesterday, members of human rights group, RAPAR, staged a solidarity protest at Dallas Court, the Home Office Reporting Centre in Salford, for Maurice Luzolo, a member of the opposition party in Congo, whose wife was killed while he was being beaten and tortured in prison.

Maurice is seeking asylum in Britain and was worried about being detained when he had to report at the Centre. RAPAR members went along to make sure that he was safe.

Full details here...

added Saturday, October 7, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD POVERTY TRUTH COMMISSION ENDS BUT DID IT ACHIEVE ANYTHING?

Star date: 6th October 2017

MICKEY MOUSE, WHITE COUNCIL TAX ENVELOPES AND MAD PRIDE

"The City Council was identified as a cause of poverty - I was devastated" Salford Council officer

In July last year, the Salford Poverty Truth Commission was launched to get those in poverty to share their horror experiences with people in public life to "see what happens".

Today, at the Sanctuary near Media City, the project ended with a final get together to celebrate the Poverty Truth achievements, complete with a symbolic Mickey Mouse. But did it really achieve anything? Or was it 'Mickey Mouse'?

Full details here...

added Friday, October 6, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD LABOUR PARTY WIN CLAREMONT BY-ELECTION WITH SHOCKING TURNOUT

Star date: 6th October 2017

MIKE PEVITT ELECTED IN CLAREMONT WITH 718 VOTES

Salford Labour Party held its Claremont seat in the by-election last night, as Mike Pevitt was elected with 718 votes in a shocking 18.53% turnout. The Conservative Party came second, with Independent Mary Ferrer coming third.

Full result here...

added Friday, October 6, 2017  

 
 

£2MILLION ISLINGTON MILL REFURBISHMENT GETS GO AHEAD AS SALFORD COUNCIL TO CONFIRM £350,000 FUNDING

Star date: 5th October 2017

ISLINGTON MILL SET TO BE MORE PUBLIC FRIENDLY

The refurbishment of Islington Mill is set to get the go-ahead next week when Salford City Council confirms £350,000 funding of an ambitious £2million scheme that will create a new public facing entranceway, a new lift making it DDA compliant and new workspaces on the 5th and 6th floors.

Arts Council England is providing another £928,000, while the Mill itself has raised around £271,000 - but is still almost £500,000 short to finish the whole makeover.

Full details here...

added Thursday, October 5, 2017  

 
 

VERY LOUD MESSAGE TO THERESA MAY FROM DISABLED AND VULNERABLE AT TORY PARTY CONFERENCE MANCHESTER

Star date: 4th October 2017

WALL OF NOISE PARTY PROTEST OUTSIDE CONFERENCE AS DISABLED BRING HOME REALITY TO THERESA MAY

Today, outside the Conservative Party Conference as Theresa May was getting her P45 from Lee Nelson and promising a "modern, compassionate Britain", the reality of her policies was laid bare in stark messages from disabled protesters, trade unionists, a very loud wall of noise and Manchester Party Protest sound system, and a street kitchen for the homeless...

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 4, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL IN SPECIAL MEASURES FOR OPERATION CANCELLATIONS

Star date: 4th October 2017

LACK OF BEDS AND THEATRE TIME LEADS TO HUGE INCREASE IN CANCELLED OPERATIONS

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is in special measures over the huge increase in 'on the day' cancellations of operations.

A report being discussed by Salford councillors today notes that last year there were 711 operation cancellations, compared to 432 the year before; and that between April and June this year, 5% of operations were also cancelled. A lack of beds and theatre time are the main causes.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, October 4, 2017  

 
 

ECCLES AND SALFORD REMEMBERS ALAN HENNING THREE YEARS ON

Star date: 3rd October 2017

ECCLES COUNCILLORS TRIBUTE TO ALAN HENNING

Three years on from the murder of Alan Henning by ISIS, a posy of flowers was today placed on the Eccles Cross by local councillors.

"Alan was a good man, will always be remembered by the people of Eccles and it's important that we show it and mark it" said Eccles councillor Peter Wheeler.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, October 3, 2017  

 
 

SALFORD BECOMES SECOND HOME CAPITAL OF ENGLAND

Star date: 3rd October 2017

BUY-TO-LET INVESTORS INFEST SALFORD AS 36% OF SALES ARE FOR SECOND HOMES

According to new Government figures, Salford is now the second home buyers' capital of England, outstripping even the City of London and Westminster.

Over the last year, a massive 36% of all property sales in the Salford and Eccles constituency, which includes MediaCityUK and Ordsall, were to second home buyers, like buy-to-let investors and crash pad BBC employees.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, October 3, 2017  

 
 

TORIES OUT! PROTEST AT JACOB REES-MOGG MEETING AT MANCHESTER TOWN HALL

Star date: 2nd October 2017

'YOU'RE RUINING PEOPLE'S LIVES...'

This afternoon campaigners from The People's Assembly held a Tories Out! protest at a packed Tory Party public meeting at Manchester Town Hall where Jacob Rees-Mogg was speaking.

"You are ruining people's lives" one protester told him before being bundled out of the hall. Following the demo, Rees-Mogg began speaking at the meeting – with a framed photo of Margaret Thatcher by his side.

Full details here...

added Monday, October 2, 2017  

 
 

THOUSANDS MARCH AGAINST BREXIT AT MANCHESTER TORY PARTY CONFERENCE

Star date: 2nd October 2017

THERESA MAY'S BREXIT 'VANDALISM' MUST BE STOPPED SAYS VINCE CABLE – AS TERRY CHRISTIAN SLATES CORBYN AND 'LEFT WING CRANKS'

While the anti-austerity march against the Tory Party Conference was meandering through Manchester city centre yesterday, thousands were also taking to the streets to demand an end to 'Brexit bollox'.

Before the anti-Brexit march, Vince Cable called for a public vote on the EU withdrawal plans, railing against Theresa May's "vandalism...we've got to stop it". Meanwhile, at the post-demo rally in Cathedral Gardens, Terry Christian, slated "left wing cranks in the Labour Party who want to destroy our country".

Full details here...

added Monday, October 2, 2017  

 
 

50,000 PEOPLE MARCH AGAINST TORIES IN MANCHESTER AS DISABLED PEOPLE ARRESTED

Star date: 1st October 2017

HUGE DEMO AGAINST CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE ENDS WITH KETTLE AND ARRESTS

The People's Assembly estimate that 50,000 people attended today's huge protest in Manchester against the Tory Party Conference. Beginning with a feeder march from Salford, campaign groups converged on Castlefield in Manchester for a rally, followed by a march to Piccadilly Gardens.

This evening, however, the police kettled demonstrators in St Peter's Square near the Conference Centre, while members of Disabled People Against the Cuts blocked tramlines in protest and were arrested.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 1, 2017  

 
 

ANTI-FRACKERS TAKE MESSAGE TO TORY PARTY CONFERENCE

Star date: 1st October 2017

ANTI-FRACKING CAMPAIGNS CONVERGE ON MANCHESTER AND SALFORD

Anti-fracking groups are set to converge on the Conservative Party Conference with three days of action. Today, Sunday 1st October, they are meeting outside Salford Museum and Art Gallery on the Crescent in Salford at 11am and marching into Manchester to join the main anti-austerity rally, which sets off at 1:30pm from Castlefield.

Monday sees a protest rally outside the Tory Conference at 1pm, with a Fight Fracking meeting at 4pm; and on Tuesday, at 4:30pm, there's another lobby outside the Conference.

Full details here...

added Sunday, October 1, 2017  

 
 

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