More Manchester children than ever completed this year’s Summer Reading Challenge, with books flying off the shelves of the city's libraries at an unprecedented rate during the long school holidays.
Central Library to host display inspired by the British Library’s new exhibition - Harry Potter: A History of Magic
Central Library is offering visitors the chance to learn about the history of magic - with the help of Harry Potter.
A Tameside man has been banned from Manchester city centre after the cumulative impact of his intimidating and erratic behaviour became intolerable, affecting both the public and city centre workers.
The Friends of Platt Fields have scooped a £1,000 prize, after the park’s community orchards were named the best in the UK.
The UK’s original Christmas Market is set to return, bringing with it six weeks of festive feasting as it transforms Manchester City Centre for another season for all the family.
Manchester City Council is looking for a partner to invest in and manage the much-loved Orangery, helping to open the space for public events for the first time in six years.
Manchester children are being gifted their own library card at birth, to ensure they get the earliest possible head-start in learning.
How a Manchester practice has led pioneering work over the last 20 years to help more homeless people have access to a GP
A Moston business woman has been fined more than £2,400 after cosmetics were discovered on sale that could pose a risk to people’s health.
A new Housing Affordability Fund will help Manchester build 2,500 more affordable homes in the next five years - in addition to those already in the pipeline - by investing up to £2 million a year.
Details of the proposed first wave of roads and pavements to benefit from Manchester’s £100m Highways Investment Programme have been announced.
Alistair Hudson appointed as new Director for Manchester Art Gallery and The University of Manchester's Whitworth
The University of Manchester and Manchester City Council have today announced that Alistair Hudson will be the new Director of Manchester Art Gallery and the Whitworth.
How new 'Home from home' short-stay flats are set to help city's patients leave wards quicker and boost recovery
An extra care housing scheme which provides a temporary home for people who are fit to leave hospital but aren’t ready for full independence in their own homes is being launched in Wythenshawe.
A Manchester businessman has been ordered to pay £950, after being found guilty of blocking a road in Cheetham with fly-tipped rubbish.
Manchester residents are being asked for their views on where they vote.
A café at a Manchester car auction centre has been fined more than £30,000 after an inspection found violations of food safety rules and evidence of a mouse infestation.
An innovative hostel for homeless people will be officially opened on Tuesday 10 October, World Homeless Day.
How a grant from Manchester’s health commissioners is bringing more diverse – and hands-on - support for mental wellbeing across the city.
Manchester’s libraries are hosting free events for residents of all ages – including everything from yoga to CV help to computer coding - during this year’s National Libraries Week.
A planning application has today (Friday 6 October) been submitted by Manchester City Council to transform an empty former residential care home into a 38-bed homelessness prevention centre.
A civic reception is being held to mark the 20th anniversary of Manchester charity Mines Advisory Group (MAG), being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
This year's Manchester International Festival was a £40 million pound record-breaker.
International DJ SIGALA will be joined by a dazzling set of performers, singers and dancers for the annual outdoor party that will officially open the festive season in Manchester.
Families and friends are invited to celebrate the 12th annual Dashehra Diwali Mela.
Manchester's State of the City report 2017 is available to download now, at www.manchester.gov.uk/stateofthecity.
The streets in Moss Side and Rusholme that will be subject to a new selective licensing scheme have now been confirmed.
Basketball players, bosses, actors, park wardens - and even a llama - joined children and adults across the city this week to take part in Read Manchester's challenge to ‘drop everything and read’.
Plans have been announced to transform an empty former residential care home in Manchester into a 38-bed homelessness prevention centre.
Latest figures show that Manchester is working hard to get ahead of the game nationally in terms of getting youngsters 'school ready' before they start primary school.
The council is calling on the city’s pubs to claim up to £1,000 towards their business rates bill.