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      Thursday 11, December 2014

      Quays Radio News

      Quays Radio News brings you the day's big stories including a fire at a care home for the elderly in Withington, Ray Terret’s sentencing for sex offences, an update on the young boy who fell from a balcony in Ritz, and the theft of a designer bag at Manchester airport.
      We take an in depth look at how the recent attacks in Fallowfield have affected residents and what is being done to tackle the ongoing issue. We are joined by the Vice President of the University of Salford's Students' Union, Jasmine Oduro, who chats to our political correspondent on how the problem of reduced student voting can be tackled.

      There is insight into how stretched ambulance services will be over the festive period, and how the public can help by avoiding unnecessary calls to operators.

      On a lighter seasonal note, we gathered a collection of your most popular Christmas wishes, as well as some not so popular ones.
      And in sport we discuss Manchester City’s Champions League progress, Amir Khan’s big fight in Las Vegas at the weekend, and the 9th annual Harris Memorial basketball tournament.

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