News from September 2013

Making it our business to tackle flu

30 September 2013
Business cards are being rolled out as the latest weapon in this year's fight against flu.

Let them eat Eccles Cake

27 September 2013
The home of Britain's most famous pastry will be serving up its very first cake festival next month.

Eagle eyed staff use CCTV to curb crime

27 September 2013
Eagle-eyed council staff helped police make 230 arrests in twelve months thanks to CCTV.

Wedding belles plan to help health

26 September 2013
Russian, African, Asian and European wedding fashions are to come under the spotlight in Salford to help local people stay healthy.

Calling all Salford businesses, Meet the Buyer is open for bookings

25 September 2013
Want to grow your business in Salford? Come along to Meet the Buyer - where buyers and sellers can meet to make business deals.

Council staff push pedals to make pounds for charity

25 September 2013
Council staff used pedal power to raise pounds to give Salford residents a much needed holiday break.

Weight to go

23 September 2013
Retired couple Vivienne and Brian Gale have proved a unique life coaching project really is the weight to go.

Free takeaway was a costly mistake

20 September 2013
A free meal proved a £1,280 mistake for the owner of a takeaway business.

Quit smoking at the bus stop!

20 September 2013
If you're looking to quit smoking - head for your nearest bus stop.

A Taste of Salford

18 September 2013
Breakfast barms, bread, beef and Belgian beers are some of the delights on the menu at this year's A Taste of Salford event.

£1 million boost to making Salford dementia-friendly

12 September 2013
Plans to make Salford a dementia-friendly community have been given a £1 million boost.

Jeweller fined for dumping waste illegally at historic chat moss

6 September 2013
A jeweller from Stoke-on-Trent has been fined for dumping waste on Chat Moss in Salford.

Youth Day a triumph for teen Salford

6 September 2013
Hundreds of teenagers showed what they are made of by taking part in Youth Day in Salford on Tuesday 3 September.

Salford City Mayor turns the tables for food and drink festival

5 September 2013
Salford City Mayor Ian Stewart turned the tables on top chef Robert Owen Brown at his Mark Addy pub.

City Mayor urges union to call off protest

2 September 2013
Salford City Mayor Ian Stewart has called on union activists to call off a planned protest which could disrupt Youth Day.

Flu fight goes to two year olds

2 September 2013
All two and three year old children in Salford are to be offered free flu vaccinations for the first time ever this autumn.

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