Every food stall at Manchester’s Christmas market has been awarded the highest food hygiene rating possible.
Around 250 people who have been caught dropping litter in Manchester city centre have been slapped with on the spot fines in the first few weeks of a major crackdown.
A GP practice in Moss Side had come up with a new way to meet demand for same-day appointments.
Live Q & A for all schools with Professor Brian Cox as he talks about the future of scientific discovery with Chorlton High School pupils
Schools across Manchester were given the chance to question physicist and astronomer Professor Brian Cox OBE, when he visited Chorlton High School to talk about the future of scientific discovery.
On Saturday 10 October 2015 England take on Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup 2015 at Manchester City Stadium in a match set to be worth £45m to the local economy
Traders across Manchester will be marking Small Business Saturday UK with special offers for customers.
North Manchester is set to embrace the Christmas spirit on Saturday 22 November when its Christmas lights will illuminate the range of shops along Moston Lane.
Manchester’s entrepreneurs are offered the chance to learn how to use cutting edge technology, as the city marks Global Entrepreneurship Week with a series of events at Central Library.
A glass sword which was carried during the opening of Manchester Town Hall more than 130 years ago has been returned to the city.
A takeaway has temporarily closed after mouse droppings were found there during a series of inspections of businesses in and around Moston Lane.
Manchester City Council has published details of options to address an estimated funding shortfall of £59m in 2015/16, possibly rising to £91 million in 2016/17.
Manchester City Council takes pride in celebrating women's achievements in the city and has now launched nominations for its International Women's Day Award.
Abraham Moss pupils pay tribute to the fallen with their own field of more than 800 hand made poppies
More than 800 poppies that have been hand crafted over the last few weeks by pupils from Abraham Moss School will be laid tomorrow morning in a moving Remembrance service at the school to form a carpet of red blooms cascading down the hill alongside the school building.
Thousands flocked to the city centre for the annual Christmas Lights Switch-On, marking the start of the festive season in the UK's Christmas capital.
Manchester Central Library will be alive with pop-up performances during a unique artistic residency hosted by one of Manchester's brightest new bands.
Civic dignitaries, servicemen and women, service and ex-service organisations, faith leaders and uniformed organisations, will take part in a Remembrance Day procession and service on 9 November 2014.
Construction work has begun on the transformational Metrolink Second City Crossing through Manchester city centre.
A vintage tram will make its first visit to Albert Square, Manchester, on Tuesday 4 November despite being 100 years old.
Manchester’s gardeners have proved that they are among the very best in Britain by winning no less than 132 North West In Bloom awards.
Wednesday 5 November is the 34th anniversary of Manchester becoming the world’s first nuclear free city, which placed it at the forefront of the campaign to abolish nuclear weapons.
Greater Manchester has agreed an historic devolution settlement with Government.
A series of free events and exhibitions will take place at Central Library in November, as part of Manchester’s tribute to those who gave their lives in World War I.
Manchester’s biggest, most festive red resident will return to his station in front of the town hall this weekend as the giant Santa returns.
People who drop rubbish in Manchester can expect to receive a fine – with a special team of litter busters about to hit the city centre.
The brand new East Manchester Leisure Centre has swung open its doors this week welcoming residents to take a dip in the new community swimming pool and make use of the state-of-the-art facilities.
Manchester Libraries and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) are collaborating to make an important archive accessible to the public at Central Library.
An adoptive dad has shared his story about how he became a dad - hoping it will strike a chord with people who might have thought about adopting in the past but have not done anything about it.
Manchester’s world famous Christmas Markets are soon to return for the 16th year in the UK’s capital of Christmas.
After nearly eight years at Manchester City Council, the last three as Strategic Director of Children's Services, Mike Livingstone has decided to move on.
Manchester has been named City of the Year in the inaugural Estates Gazette/MIPIM UK Awards for its success in delivering major regeneration projects and attracting international investment.