Community groups across the city are being invited to apply now for a share of funding that has been put aside by the council to help support community events across the city in 2018/19.
Apprentices are being offered the opportunity to contribute to some of the most high-profile construction projects in Greater Manchester, working with a range of leading employers.
An expert panel will offer tips on how to make it in the comedy industry during a free event at Central Library’s Business & Intellectual Property Centre next Wednesday (24 January, 6 – 8pm).
A new prevention centre will open today (Monday 15 January) to help people who have recently become homeless to turn their lives around.
Work and skills are top of the agenda next week as the council mounts a social media 'takeover' of its social media channels to help Manchester people of all ages either get into a job now, or get the skills they need to take advantage of job opportunities in the future.
The UK’s biggest community celebration will return on Sunday 17 June and organisers are now accepting applications for groups to be part of the show of the summer.
Manchester City Council is launching a new partnership with the charity Henshaws to extend the support, advice and resources available within the city's libraries for people with sight impairment.
A collection of poignant paintings will be on display at Manchester Central Library from Monday 15 January, to help mark the centenary of the end of World War One.
Time is fast running out to apply for a primary school place for this September with a strict deadline of 5 pm this Monday 15 January.
The City Council’s executive is set to approve plans for a raft of new affordable homes across a number of sites in north Manchester when they meet on Wednesday 10 January.
Manchester’s iconic Town Hall building will be given a rousing send-off on Sunday 14 January 2018 ahead of its temporary closure for work to safeguard, repair and partially restore it.
A record number of young people and adults in Manchester have championed reading this year and successfully completed the Reading Ahead challenge.
A new winter night shelter for longer-term rough sleepers with the most complex needs is about to open in a church near the city centre.
Manchester’s Christmas season will come to a spectacular end with an incredible fireworks display in Albert Square.
Ofsted inspectors have today (Thursday 21 December 2017) recognised significant improvements to children’s services in Manchester and ruled that they are no longer ‘inadequate.’
The Government has announced its intention to raise the referendum threshold for Council Tax increases, giving councils the ability to increase their element of 2018/19 bills by up to 5.99 per cent.
Thousands of pounds has been raised for the Big Change homeless support fund through generous donations and sales of the Manchester Santa Christmas Card.
Nearly 2000 teddy bears left in heartfelt tribute to those who were killed or injured in the terror attack at Manchester Arena in May are being moved on this week to their new homes.
Withington Library is to receive a major refurbishment, with the aim of producing a new and improved interior for the benefit of the local community.
Manchester’s solid commitment to integrated working praised by watchdog after review of health and social care system
Manchester’s long-term goals to transform its health and social care system, along with its strong commitment to partnership working have been recognised in a recently carried out review by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Five people were arrested during a trading standards operation in the Strangeways area, which led to the confiscation of fake goods with an estimated street value in excess of £3m.
Less than a week left to get your fill of this year’s magical Christmas Markets.
Manchester City Council is calling for residents on a low income who pay council tax to find out if they are entitled to council tax support.
A Christmas miracle of Giant Santa proportions has come true as Manchester takes a coveted spot in the top fifteen festive markets across the continent.
He’s a pharma-charmer: Meet the Chorlton chemist who says talk is a tonic as he sees at least ten lonely people a day
Manchester chemist Maneet Kapoor is leading a call for more awareness of loneliness and its effects – as he estimates that he sees at least ten people a day through his work who are isolated.
Next week (Weds, 13 December) Manchester City Council’s executive are set to approve the installation of sprinklers in the 36 Council-owned high rise properties in consultation with residents.
Proposals to create a new Youth Zone in Gorton will be considered by Manchester City Council’s Executive on Wednesday 13 December.
The award-winning Christmas Markets are having a bumper year as locals and visitors flock to the annual attraction.
Showing that there's nothing better than leading by example, Manchester Council's top bosses have rolled up their sleeves to back the city's flu vaccination campaign.
Manchester’s world-famous Christmas Market have been nominated as one of the best festive attractions across the continent – and you can vote to take it to the top.