This week, the city council’s executive will consider a strategic plan for the future development of Manchester city centre over the next three years.
England is set to go head-to-head with Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup 2015 in Manchester this October - for the home nation's only group match outside London.
More than eight million pounds of extra money is going to be spent on improving Manchester’s busiest roads over the next three years.
A company behind the promotion of a Manchester club night has been ordered to pay a total of £2,963.53.
Manchester residents are being urged not to fall foul of con artists – and to report anything suspicious – at an event this week.
An update report on plans for The Factory Manchester, a unique large-scale arts space for the north of England, spells out the powerful impact it will have.
As the academic year draws to a close, young people from secondary schools across Manchester have been honoured by the Lord Mayor at the city's annual education awards.
Inspirational headteacher Vicky Morton says goodbye this week to the school she has spent the last 25 years in charge of, after a 37-year teaching career spent entirely in Manchester schools.
A huge exercise to update the electoral register is underway in Manchester – and citizens are being urged to respond.
A presentation to councillors has shone the spotlight on child sexual exploitation and highlighted the need to raise greater awareness among young people and the wider community on what CSE is.
As the summer holiday approaches for thousands of school children from across Greater Manchester, look no further than Heaton Park for the ideal family day out.
A project to bring empty homes back into use in east Manchester is calling for ex-servicemen and women to come forward to be part of the show.
A new plan to improve outcomes by providing help and support to children and families sooner has been launched by Manchester City Council.
Shoppers will be given the chance to win prizes by answering questions about what they recycle at a series of events.
July 10 saw the signing of a major agreement to create a united, single leadership for public health across Greater Manchester.
A new report measuring Greater Manchester's progress against its own ambitious targets for a thriving economy and a healthy, self-reliant population has been published.
The anniversary celebrations for the Higher Blackley Community Centre will take over the local area this Sunday, 5 July – marking half a century at the heart of the community.
Hundreds of people are set to come to Manchester to celebrate Armed Forces Day and honour the city’s heroes on Saturday 27 June.
Tony Lloyd will be officially appointed Interim Mayor of Greater Manchester this Friday, 26 June.
Plans are now being considered to place overnight barriers on a city centre canal towpath where members of the public have drowned.
Memorabilia from the Manchester Boys’ football team’s first 125 years of history will be safeguarded for future generations at Central Library.
World renowned photographer Nick Ut and the subject of his most famous photo Kim Phuc have been welcomed to Manchester by the Deputy Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Carl Austin during their first visit to the city.
The Lord Mayor marked the start of Manchester’s official celebration for Armed Forces Day with the raising of the armed forces flag at Manchester Town Hall on 22 June.
Community groups and individuals are invited to make a real difference in their local area with the help of a new neighbourhood fund.
An exhibition of books about British plants produced from the 16th to 18th centuries is to be held in Central Library next week.
A £300m fund designed to unlock stalled residential schemes across Greater Manchester will officially open for business next month.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets to celebrate all things Manchester for the sixth Manchester Day celebration and its theme – GAME ON – with thousands more taking to twitter with #mcrday.
The brand new Hough End Leisure Centre opened its doors to the public for the very first time on Monday 15 June 2015.
A unique Manchester based scheme that has helped more than 5,000 learners across Greater Manchester, parts of West Yorkshire and Lancashire learn how to speak English has been given a special award.
Plans for local access to primary care seven days a week across Greater Manchester, with ambitions to boost social care to help with hospital discharge, have been announced.