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HALIFAX FC SQUEEZE PAST SALFORD CITY FC

Star date: 31st July 2012

SALFORD'S TEAM OF TWO HALVES

Salford City 1 Halifax 4

Pre-season friendlies throw up strange results and this one chucked up one that didn't reflect the state of play, as Salford City – playing with a tangerine team in the first half and a green team in the second half – almost matched the Conference North big shots from Halifax. Apart from the four goals to one scoreline…

Full match report and photos here…

added Tuesday, July 31, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL MINORITY ACADEMY CONTROL REVEALED

Star date: 30th July 2012

SALFORD COUNCIL WILL HAVE SMALL ROLE IN ITS NEW ACADEMIES AS UNQUALIFIED TEACHERS IN THE PIPELINE

Hours before the Olympics opening, the Government sneaked out new policy stating that academies will be able to employ unqualified teachers, in a move described by the National Union of Teachers as "perverse".

Meanwhile, Salford Council, which has been encouraging schools to convert to academy status under its Salford Academy Trust, will only have a minority role in running them.

Full details here…

added Monday, July 30, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD VICTORIA THEATRE AT RISK

Star date: 29th July 2012

BROUGHTON'S VICTORIA THEATRE NAMED IN NATIONAL AT RISK REGISTER

Save Victoria Theatre Campaign Meeting
Wednesday 1st August 7pm
Robert Powell Theatre

Salford's Victoria Theatre, on Great Clowes Street, Lower Broughton, has been named this month by the Theatres Trust as one of 38 theatres in the country that are most at risk. Almost immediately, a Facebook campaign has drawn nearly 2000 members with its first `live' campaign meeting this week.

Full details here…

added Sunday, July 29, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD STAR QR CODE

Star date: 28th July 2012

SALFORD STAR QR CODE IMAGE UNLEASHED

Today, Salford Star unleashes its QR code - which is like a bar code that can be scanned by a QR code scanner app on smart phones.

What does it do?

Click here for full revelation...

added Saturday, July 28, 2012  

 
 

LIFE SENTENCE FOR SALFORD MURDERER KIARAN STAPLETON

Star date: 27th July 2012

ANUJ BIDVE MURDERER HANDED LIFE SENTENCE

Kiaran Stapleton, who murdered Indian student Anuj Bidve in Ordsall Lane on Boxing Day last year, has today been sentenced to life imprisonment, to serve a minimum of thirty years.

GMP Detective Chief Superintendent Mary Doyle said after the sentencing that "Anuj's family have got the verdict they deserved… Our thoughts remain with Anuj's family as they fly back to India and try to rebuild their lives after the senseless loss of their son…"

Full details here…

added Friday, July 27, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MEDIA CITY BUS TO BE PRIVATISED

Star date: 27th July 2012

MEDIACITYUK BUS TO BE REPLACED IN SEPTEMBER

The pink, hugely subsidised MediaCityUK bus, which trundles from The Crescent to Salford Quays every ten minutes, is to be privatised in September with the route taken over by Stagecoach.

The bus service will now be an extension of the number 50, which starts in East Didsbury. No timetable or fares have been made public yet.

Full story here…

added Friday, July 27, 2012  

 
 

YET MORE SALFORD COUNCIL SECRECY FOR NDC GROUP

Star date: 23rd July 2012

SALFORD NDC LEGACY GROUP ACCOUNTABILITY BLOCKED

For five months the Salford Star has been trying to get information on the financial dealings of the Development Framework Group (Charlestown and Lower Kersal). This group handles all income, believed to be around £100,000, left over from the £53million ten year disaster known as the Charlestown and Lower Kersal NDC.

Five months, including Freedom of Information requests, have so far drawn a blank, as 78% of this Group's expenditure has gone on `administrative costs', `marketing and publicity' and `training expenses', with only 22% spent on `small grants' for community groups.

Full story here…

added Monday, July 23, 2012  

 
 

LOST SALFORD STREETS EXHIBITION

Star date: 22nd July 2012

SALFORD PHOTOS, STREET SIGNS, MAPS, ART AND MEMORIES

Lost Salford Streets
Salford Museum and Art Gallery
Until December 2012 free

Family snaps, photos of houses now demolished, old maps, people's memories, signs from disappeared streets and loads more make up the incredible Lost Salford Streets exhibition at Salford Museum and Art Gallery.

This beautifully crafted show documents the lives, loves and legacy of fifty years of clearances in central Salford – from Langworthy to Ordsall to Broughton to Greengate. And is not to be missed…

Full details and loads of photos here…

added Sunday, July 22, 2012  

 
 

FAMOUS SALFORD GASWORKS IN WORLDWIDE BRANDALISM FEST

Star date: 21st July 2012

EWAN MCCOLL'S GASWORKS IN DIRTY OLD EARTH PROTEST

`I found my love by the gasworks croft/Dreamed a dream by the old canal…'

The Liverpool Street gasworks made famous in Ewan McColl's Salford anthem, Dirty Old Town, were at the centre of a country wide `brandalism' subvertising campaign this week, as international guerrilla artists took over advertising hoardings with their own messages.

A hoarding on the wall of the gasworks was subverted by artist Polyp with an image called Earth Candle showing a melting earth, referencing the impact of advertising and the environment. 

Full story with more brandalism here…

added Saturday, July 21, 2012  

 
 

DRINKING TOO MUCH IN SALFORD

Star date: 21st July 2012  

PISSED UP…SCREWED UP…MESSED UP…

`My wife would moan to me that I was drinking too much but isn't that what wives always do?'

Former heavy drinker, Tony Devenport, sent the Salford Star a moving account of his descent from having too many down the pub to full blown alcoholic. He lost everything.

Read Tony's brave tale that is aspiring to have a happy ending.

Full story here…

added Saturday, July 21, 2012  

 
 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL MUSEUM KICK UP THE NORTH

Star date: 21st July 2012

DREAM CAREER CHANGE?

Kick Up The North
Monday 30th July 2:30-5pm free
National Football Museum (Urbis)

Kick Up The North is a `not for profit football and media related project', offering anyone aged 18-24 help to "realise your full potential and achieve your dream career". It's running a free workshop at the National Football Museum in the Urbis building on July 30th with the aim of getting work placements, training or job interviews. Too good to be true?  Well, at least G4S ain't involved…

See here for full details…

added Saturday, July 21, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCILLORS CHAMPAGNE AND BACK HANDERS

Star date: 20th July 2012

GOVERNMENT LOCALISM ACT MAKES COUNCILLORS COME CLEAN ON SELF INTEREST – OR DOES IT?

The Government's feted Localism Act is supposed to make councillors' financial interests more transparent. Now, they don't have to just declare if they or their wife has an interest in a decision they are making, but also if their close mates and children can benefit.

However, there's so many loopholes it's going to be hard to pin them down. And what's this about only having to declare `gifts and hospitality' over £100? Now we'll never get to know about all those free tickets for The Lowry and Salford Reds.

Full story under the table…click here

added Friday, July 20, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL APPROVES £69,000 MAYOR SALARY

Star date: 18th July 2012

IAN STEWART'S "OBSCENE" £69,000 SALARY APPROVED – AS ASSISTANT MAYOR SAYS COUNCILLORS ARE "UNDERPAID"

Salford Council voted to ratify the £69,000 salary of the Mayor and £44,850 salary of the Deputy Mayor today with the huge Labour majority voting in favour and the small Conservative opposition voting against, calling it "obscene".

In defending the Mayoral salaries, Assistant Mayor for Finance, Councillor Bill Hinds– salary £23,091 – said that Salford councillors were "underpaid and undervalued"…

Full story here plus salaries of the Independent Panel that decided the Mayor's salary…

added Wednesday, July 18, 2012  

 
 

PICKLES SIDES WITH PEEL HOLDINGS AS GREEN FIELD SALFORD HOUSING GETS GO AHEAD

Star date: 18th July 2012

SHOCK AND HORROR IN SALFORD AS PICKLES OVERTURNS PLANNING INSPECTOR IN BURGESS FARM FIASCO

Peel Holdings plan to build 350 houses on the green site of Burgess Farm has been given the go ahead by Tory Minister Eric Pickles, despite the independent Planning Inspector recommending that planning permission be refused. Shocked residents are considering an appeal.

Official reports, released yesterday, also show the "highly unusual circumstances" surrounding Salford Council's role in the planning fiasco. The Council even kept its own report secret from the Inspector…

Full shocking story here…

added Wednesday, July 18, 2012  

 
 

G4S TAKES OVER SALFORD TROUBLED FAMILIES

Star date: 17th July 2012

WHILE MESSING UP OLYMPIC SECURITY G4S IS `LOOKING AFTER' SALFORD'S TROUBLED FAMILIES

G4S, the company currently screwing up Olympics security, is looking after Salford's troubled families in another worrying aspect of the privatisation of public services.

G4S calls itself "the largest new entrant into the welfare to work market" and has been given a three year contract worth £16million by the Government to work across the North West, including Salford.

Council employees, already doing this work, aren't happy; while G4S, after six months, admitted hitting only 15% of its `target' …

Full story here…

added Tuesday, July 17, 2012  

 
 

WILL POWER THE MOVIE AND ST LUKES SALFORD

Star date: 15th July 2012

WHO GETS £100MILLION?

Will Power (15) World Premiere
Tuesday 31st July 7pm
Odeon Trafford Centre

A new movie that has a top plot and great cast, complete with scenes shot at St Luke's Church on Liverpool Street and jointly made by Salford based Chris Lane Productions, gets its world premiere in a few weeks.

Comedy drama, Will Power, centres on the last will of a tycoon who decreed that his ex wife and brother should decide who gets his £100million – any family member but themselves. Let the aggro begin…

More details here…

added Sunday, July 15, 2012  

 
 

ORDSALL FESTIVAL SALFORD BIRD WATCH

Star date: 14th July 2012

BIRDS TREES AND BEES AT THE ORDSALL FESTIVAL AS SALFORD BIRDMAN WINS TOP AWARD

Ordsall Festival
Saturday 21st July
Ordsall Park

The ace Ordsall Festival happens again next Saturday and this year there's a definite bird theme with stalls and nature walks throughout the day. Fab birds, spotted in Ordsall and on Salford Quays, inspired Ordsall Community Arts' The Salford Birdman project which recently won a national Big Draw Award.

More details and birdy photos here…

added Saturday, July 14, 2012  

 
 

PEEL PARK PINK PICNIC SALFORD

Star date: 14th July 2012

HANDBAG THROWING AND GAY CHOIRS IN PEEL PARK

Peel Park Pink Picnic
Sunday 29th July 12-6pm

A handbag throwing contest, dance displays and prizes for the best picnic displays are just some of the joys on offer at the Peel Park Pink Picnic, hosted by the Out IN Salford LGBT Network Group.

This is the second year the event has been held at Peel Park and organisers hope that as many people from the community as possible go picnicking in the pink…

Full details here…

added Saturday, July 14, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD SETS UP ANTI ACADEMIES ALLIANCE AMIDST LABOUR PARTY CONFUSION

Star date: 13th July 2012

LABOUR ASSISTANT MAYOR SAYS PARTY AND MAYOR OPPOSE LABOUR COUNCIL'S ACADEMY STANCE. CONFUSED? YOU WILL BE!

Assistant Mayor and Irlam Labour Councillor, Roger Jones, told a public meeting last night that Salford Mayor Ian Stewart agreed with the Irlam Labour Party's opposition to Irlam and Cadishead College converting to academy status.

Meanwhile, Salford's Labour controlled Council is encouraging schools to convert to academies… "What's gone wrong?" Councillor Jones asked.

As Buile Hill High becomes the next Salford school looking to convert, the meeting voted to set up the Salford Anti Academies Alliance.

Full story here…

added Friday, July 13, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD MAYOR IAN STEWART GETS £69,000 SALARY

Star date: 12th July 2012

IAN STEWART GETS £69,000 AND DAVID LANCASTER GETS £44,850

`Scandalous', `disgusting', `disgraceful'… maybe the Mayor himself can think up one of his famous new words to describe the results of the `Independent Remuneration Panel' that decided the Mayor is to get a £69,000 salary, and his Deputy Mayor is to get a £44,850 salary, while Salford suffers in the worst recession for a generation.

Full story here…

added Thursday, July 12, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL SPENDS THOUSANDS OF POUNDS ON SMART PHONES AND TRAINING

Star date: 11th July 2012

NEVER MIND THE CUTS – SALFORD COUNCIL SPENDS THOUSANDS ON NEW PHONES

Despite making £24million of cuts this year, Salford Council has forked out thousands of pounds equipping hundreds of social services staff with new Nokia I-Phones, and pulling them away from their jobs to attend half day training workshops covering subjects like how to switch on the phones. But not how to switch the sound off during meetings.

One social worker told the Salford Star "I can contact people with my new phone, just like I could with my old phone – except that it's cost the authority slightly more…"

Full story here…

added Wednesday, July 11, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD SCHOOLS CRISIS INTENSIFIES AS HOPE HIGH SET TO REOPEN AS PRIMARY

Star date: 10th July 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

HOPE HIGH SAVED FROM DEMOLITION AS BULLDOZERS ARE HALTED THROUGHOUT SALFORD  

The demolition of all Salford Council buildings is set to be halted to cope with the crisis surrounding school places for the city's primary age pupils.

Yesterday the Mayor stopped the intended demolition of Hope High School to address the `unprecedented increase in primary age pupils' and to manage the `adverse press that is currently being levied at councils where a school building demolition programme has taken place, only then to be in a position where additional school buildings are required…' Hmmm…

Full story here…

           

added Tuesday, July 10, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL SCHOOLS CHAOS AS POPULATION EXPLODES

Star date: 9th July 2012

SALFORD POPULATION TO GROW BY A QUARTER AS SCHOOLS CHAOS COSTS OVER £HALF A MILLION

Despite warnings from the Salford Star and others, Salford Council has been busy bulldozing schools over the last decade. Now, with the city's population set to explode over the next 15 years it cannot meet demand for school places. 700 places have now got to be found by September at a cost of over half a million pounds.

Full story here…

added Monday, July 9, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD SCHOOLS FUTURE AT RISK

Star date: 9th July 2012

THE FUTURE OF SALFORD SCHOOLS

Public Meting
Thursday 12th July 7pm
Swinton British Legion

As Salford City Council lurches ahead with its controversial conversion of Salford schools into academies, public sector trade union Salford City UNISON has called a public meeting to discuss the future of education.

Everyone, including councillors, MPs and the Mayor, has been invited to what should be a well stormy gathering…

Full details here…

added Monday, July 9, 2012  

 
 

A WALK THROUGH RADICAL SALFORD

Star date: 9th July 2012

SALFORD STRIKES, CHARTISTS, VEGETARIANS AND RIOTS

Radical Salford
Saturday 14th July 11am
The Black Lion £6/£5

Throughout history, Salford has been a seething pit of radicalism from the birth of socialism, feminism, vegetarianism and trade unions, to strikes, riots and revolutions. This walk, starting and ending at The Black Lion pub on Chapel Street, is a trip around the places and faces that made it all happen…

Full details here…

added Monday, July 9, 2012  

 
 

GETTING SALFORD RATTLED YELLOW STYLE

Star date: 8th July 2012

RATTLING THE CRESCENT, SALFORD UNIVERSITY AND LOWER BROUGHTON 

The Meadows - that vast green area in between Lower Broughton and The Crescent surrounded by the loop of the River Irwell - is currently being enhanced...although £3million dreams of a visitor centre and grazing animals have seemingly bitten the dust, despite bucketloads of money being spent on the plans.

Red Rose Forest and the Salford Rangers are now looking for volunteers from the community to sow seeds of the yellow rattle plant to help create a wildflower haven on The Meadows. Let's hope that students and developers join in too…

See here for further details…

added Sunday, July 8, 2012  

 
 

SOCIAL TO SAVE LIVES IN SALFORD

Star date: 8th July 2012

DEFIB FUNDRAISING NIGHT FOR PEOPLE WITH HEARTS

Saving Lives In Salford Charity Night
Saturday 14th July 7pm
Lower Kersal Social Club £10/£5

From Lower Broughton to Langworthy, and from Irlam to Ordsall, the aim is to get life saving defibrillators into doctors' surgeries all over Salford, right in the centre of communities. The British Heart Foundation needs to find £8000 to get the final eight defibs into place and has arranged a top fundraising night next Saturday at the Lower Kersal Social Club…

See here for full details…

added Saturday, July 7, 2012  

 
 

ENGELS SPARKS AT THE SALFORD ARTS THEATRE

Star date: 7th July 2012

ENGELS TIRADE AT THE DIRTY OLD TOWN

`Heard the sirens from the cops/ Saw a gang set the town on fire
Smelt the bullshit on a Salford wind/ Burning old town, Burning old town…'

Last night Fred Engels came back to Salford, courtesy of the Ragged Collective – local people who creatively fired the revolutionary's words back to life for 2012, via Cameron, Salford Quays, councils, developers, bankers, bosses and a brilliant torrent of abuse at all those who have brought yesterday's poverty back to today…

Read the Salford Star review here…those who are offended by post industrial language might wish to look away

added Saturday, July 7, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD PREPARES FOR FLOOD RISK

Star date: 6th July 2012

AS IRWELL BEGINSTO RISE SALFORD AT RISK OF FLOODING

Salford Council today issued a `regional flood risk' notice as up to 100mm of rain is forecast in some parts of the region this weekend.

The notice stated that "Salford Council is working with the Environment Agency to prepare for the possible risk of flooding both from rivers and surface water over the next 36 hours"…

Full details here…

added Friday, July 6, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL FAT CATS THRIVE AS LOW PAID LOSE JOBS

Star date: 5th July 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

SALFORD COUNCIL FAT CATS GET FATTER AS OVER 300 JOBS LOST

While over three hundred, mainly low paid, workers at Salford Council have lost their jobs over the last year, senior officers have continued to earn huge and growing salaries.

Salford Council's draft accounts, released today, show earnings increases for the Chief Exec, the Director of Children's Services and a whopping £20,000 pay rise for the Director of Customer and Support Services. Meanwhile highly paid officers also left the Council with huge pay offs.

Full details here…

added Thursday, July 5, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL £130,000 FRAUD STING

Star date: 3rd July 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

SALFORD COUNCIL TAKEN FOR £130,000 - "WE WERE FOOLED" SAYS ASSISTANT MAYOR

Salford Council has been defrauded of what the Salford Star believes to be around £130,000. Councillor Bill Hinds, Assistant Mayor for Finance at Salford City Council, told the Star that the Council was "absolutely devastated…We are also reviewing our processes to see what can be done to make sure this doesn't happen to us again."

The City of London Police is currently investigating the sting...

Full story here…

added Tuesday, July 3, 2012  

 
 

HARD UP SALFORD COUNCIL TO HOLD FLEA MARKETS AT CIVIC CENTRE

Star date: 3rd July 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

SALFORD COUNCIL TO RAISE FUNDS BY HOLDING FLEA MARKETS AT CIVIC CENTRE

Salford City Council is to hold Sunday car boot and second hand markets in the car park of the Civic Centre to raise money for itself. The hard up Council, facing £24million of cuts this year, is proposing to rent out space to traders in the staff parking lot behind Council offices…

See here for full story…

added Tuesday, July 3, 2012  

 
 

SALFORD ASSISTANT MAYOR CALLS FOR ACADEMIES BALLOT

Star date: 2nd July 2012

A Salford Star Exclusive

IRLAM COUNCILLOR AND ASSISTANT MAYOR, ROGER JONES, CALLS FOR ACADEMIES BALLOT AS JOHN MERRY ATTACKED BY UNISON OVER SECRECY…

"As a society we appear to have cast aside our principles" Assistant Mayor, Roger Jones.

High ranking Assistant Mayor, Roger Jones, who is also Labour councillor for Irlam, has written to the Head of Irlam and Cadishead College opposing any conversion to academy status, and seemingly going against current Salford Council policy by calling for a ballot of parents and staff on the issue.

Meanwhile, Assistant Mayor and former Salford Council Leader, John Merry, has received a stiff letter from public sector trade union, UNISON, criticising the secrecy and his handling of the move to make Salford schools become academies.

Full story here…

added Monday, July 2, 2012  

 
 

GREATER MANCHESTER FRINGE FESTIVAL

Star date: 2nd July 2012

KINGS ARMS HOSTS SALFORD LEG OF FRINGE FEST

Greater Manchester Fringe Festival
Kings Arms, Salford and various Manchester venues
Throughout July

Comedy, cabaret, music and drama make up the first ever Greater Manchester Fringe Festival which sprawls throughout July. And in Salford, the Kings Arms will be hosting shows almost every night this month – beginning, on 5th July with Kiss of the Red Menace, an all singing dancing cabaret tribute to Broadway, and ending on 31st July with Have A Very Nice Day, a comedy drama set in a call centre.

Full Salford listings and highlights here…

added Monday, July 2, 2012  

 
 

REAL MEDIA CITY AT THE BLACK LION SALFORD

Star date: 1st July 2012

NEW MOVIE THEATRE MAKES THE BLACK LION SALFORD'S REAL MEDIA CITY SAY OWNERS

Future Artists Film Club from 3rd July
Kino Women In Shorts 11th July
Town of Runners 13th and 14th July
Black Lion, Chapel Street

As the The Black Lion pub launches a new HD movie theatre, its director, Future Artists' Mark Ashmore is claiming "We're the real Media City".

Salford's independent arts venue and pub is hosting more events every day and in July is screening Town of Runners, a top class film about the aspirations of world acclaimed Ethiopian athletes, and a Kino night of Women In Shorts (of the mini-movie variety), plus screenings by Future Artists own Film Club.

Full details here…

added Sunday, July 1, 2012  

 
 

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