Albert Square has been named as Manchester’s Rugby World Cup 2015 Official Fanzone.
Greater Manchester’s ambition to become a top worldwide digital city region has taken a major step forward with the rollout of free wifi to trams, over 200 buildings and improved on-street coverage.
A trader caught illegally selling items on the street has been ordered to forfeit nearly 1,000 items of stock and to pay £565.
Manchester's mayor has issued a citywide challenge - for every person, business or organisation to be more aware of older people's needs.
Manchester Libraries has been awarded £250,000 by the Wolfson Foundation to improve facilities for children and boost literacy levels in six libraries across the city.
Private landlords, letting and managing agents and tenants across Manchester are being asked to sign a pledge that makes a commitment to making private renting better in the city.
One of the UK’s biggest and most anticipated outdoor events will return to Manchester for a sixth year – with this year’s theme now announced as ‘Game On’!
A new garden has been created in Debdale Park in Gorton aimed at reflecting the industrial heritage of the area.
Nearly 2,000 small businesses, charities and social enterprises in Manchester and Salford have gained grant funding of up to £3,000 for a superfast or ultrafast broadband connection.
An under-used green space at the Gorton Community Centre will be transformed into a neighbourhood allotment and event space.
Greater Manchester residents who have moved in the last 18 months are urged to ensure they're registered to vote at the right address.
Thousands of residents from nearly 150 groups gathered across Manchester over the weekend to hold a series of spring cleans and make their neighbourhoods more attractive places.
Manchester’s Business & IP Centre at Central Library will receive £45,000 in new funding from the Department for Communities & Local Government (DCLG), Arts Council England and The British Library.
A brand new library on Hulme High Street opens its doors to the public on Thursday 26 March.
A shopkeeper has been ordered to pay more than £1,000 after under-age children were able to buy cigarettes from his shop.
A series of innovative floating islands are taking shape in a Manchester lake as part of plans to clean up the city’s green spaces, paid for by an airport windfall.
Greater Manchester's Enterprise Zone will grow by almost 50 per cent.
Plans have been announced setting out how Manchester City Council will reduce its carbon emissions and contribute to citywide climate change action over the next three years.
Women seeking employment and looking to improve their digital skills are invited to attend free computing workshops in Central Library.
A piece of music which was used by Shakespeare in the play 'Cymbeline' has been unearthed in Manchester’s Henry Watson Music Library.
The doors of Central Library will be thrown open for a special Sunday event, exactly one year on from its grand reopening after refurbishment.
Nine empty homes will be the next wave of refurbished empty properties to be brought back in to use – helping young people to take on their first tenancies.
Greater Manchester local authorities’ work to turn around the lives of families over the last three years has resulted in a new approach to supporting some of the region’s most vulnerable people.
Women from all walks of life attended a packed awards ceremony to celebrate women’s achievements in Manchester Town Hall on Friday 6 March.
Manchester Central Library has won two trophies at the annual EDGE Conference in Edinburgh.
Manchester Life Development Company has appointed a world leading professional team for Phase One and held its first community event.
Manchester City Council approved the budget for 2015/16 at its full meeting on Friday 6 March.
Construction has started at the Belle Vue Sports Village that will transform another part east Manchester into an internationally recognised destination for sport.
Manchester has joined forces with a London council to tackle gambling issues in the community through the first research project of its kind in the UK.
Special items from Manchester’s extensive collection of Irish archives will be displayed to the public at a handling session this St Patrick’s Day.