Gavin Extense is visiting Central Library to talk about his new book, and sign copies at a free event on Wednesday 11 March between 1pm and 2pm.
Residents are being asked for their views on ambitious plans set to transform cycling facilities along Manchester’s curry mile.
Major step forward for Devo Manc: Greater Manchester announces shared plan for £6 billion health and social care funding
Greater Manchester and NHS England have announced groundbreaking plans around the future of health and social care.
It’s been a favourite meeting place for Manchester's sweethearts since 1934 and now, for the first time, happy couples are able to exchange their vows in one of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
The 10 local authorities, 12 Clinical Commissioning Groups, 14 NHS providers, NHS England and the government confirm they are in discussions on a groundbreaking agreement for health and social care.
The Dean Trust has been confirmed as the sponsor for a new £24m secondary school in central Manchester which will open its doors to pupils this September.
Three illegal taxi drivers caught in Manchester have been ordered to pay a total of £2,785 after being prosecuted for breaking licensing rules.
A special litter busting team have handed out over 1,000 fixed penalty notices in just over three months.
New figures have revealed that Manchester resident’s are some of the most active in the country and that year on year more people are regularly taking part in sport across the city.
Cineworld Cinemas Limited have been fined £9500 with £2573.29 costs and £120 victims of crime surcharge after two members of staff received an electric shock from a faulty popcorn machine.
Just over 1,200 Manchester school children will get the opportunity to visit the National Squash Championships this week as Britain’s best squash players head to the city.
With population growth expected to continue, the council sets out a strategy to ensure quality within the rental sector.
Manchester's health commissioners work with voluntary groups to ease loneliness in older people and keep them well
Manchester is pioneering projects to beat loneliness as research shows how older residents describe feelings of social isolation - which can also be linked to poor mental and physical health.
Planning permission has been granted for a new sports health and science research facility in Manchester, the first of its kind in the UK.
The First National Festival of LGBT History takes place at Manchester Central Library this Valentine’s Day.
A campaign to encourage people to make sure they are registered to vote is underway.
Pupils from four Manchester schools are celebrating after winning the Central Library commemorative postcard competition.
A campaign to stop £1m of medicines being wasted has launched across Central Manchester.
Manchester City Council and event organisers announce that the Parklife Weekender 2015 will take place in Heaton Park on June 6 and 7.
Former Apprentice contestant Sanjay Sood-Smith, as well as the mother of murder victim Sophie Lancaster, will talk about their experiences at the launch of Manchester’s hate crime awareness week.
The education and achievements of looked after children and young people tops the agenda in Manchester as the city hosts this year's national Virtual School Heads' Conference on Thursday 15 January.
Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council, said: "I would like to take this opportunity to quash a myth - twice repeated by the Prime Minister - that Manchester City Council underspent by £50m last financial year.
Manchester City Council has published its provisional budget for 2015-16.
A fruit seller has been ordered to pay £530 for illegal street trading.
Greater Manchester’s ten councils have united to sign a major agreement to put armed forces personnel and veterans at the heart of public services.
Manchester Art Gallery has given a painting to Beswick Library on a three year, long-term loan by local, little known artist, Harry Kingsley.
The University of Manchester and the real estate and infrastructure unit of the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Development Company today announce a £175m, three-phase student village development on the Owens Park site on the University’s Fallowfield Campus.
Community pharmacists across Manchester are set to take the pressure off busy GPs this winter by offering a minor ailments service - which includes colds and flu advice.
London Road Fire Station: city council looks to accelerate development of landmark building through CPO
Manchester City Council’s Executive will be asked to approve the making of a second compulsory purchase order on the London Road Fire Station in a bid to ensure the building is bought back in to use.
Metrolink customers will be able to make a new kind of connection in future as part of a £1.7 million deal to roll out free wifi on every tram.