A company has been ordered to pay more than £7,000 and bosses ordered to do unpaid work for selling dangerous and counterfeit products.
The national Get Online Week returns today helping thousands of people improve their online skills and encourage more people to use the web to make their lives easier.
The owner of a Harpurhey launderette has been ordered to pay £640 for operating his business without a waste contract.
A citywide charter on homelessness is to be developed by organisations working with homeless people including the voluntary sector, street charities, faith groups, health, GMP and Manchester City Council in the run up to World Homeless Day on Saturday 10 October.
A free Fanzone for the Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to take over Albert Square this weekend (Friday 9 – Sunday 11 October).
Sports fans are in for a treat this October as Manchester gears up to host a selection of international competitions.
A free Fanzone for the Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to take over Albert Square - with a big screen showing eight live rugby matches, plus rugby activities, live entertainment and food and drink.
An independent evaluation has shown that this year's fifth Manchester International Festival was the most successful one yet.
First Mancunians were asked to pledge support for older people in the city. Now, individuals and organisations are being asked to back a charter to further boost the city's age-friendly credentials.
A report to be presented to Manchester City Council’s Executive on 7 October reveals plans for further expansion of The Space Project in West Gorton, the purpose-built TV and drama production complex.
An artwork featuring images of women has been commissioned for the launch of the International Women’s Day (IWD) theme for 2016, 'Women’s Voices - Changing Manchester’.
New figures show Manchester City Council’s carbon emissions have decreased by 13 per cent over the last five years.
Power plan underway to unite work of 38 different organisations within Greater Manchester health and care devolution
Principles around sharing power and making decisions within Greater Manchester health and care devolution have been agreed.
The conference takes place from October 4 - October 7 at Manchester Central and motorists are advised to plan their journeys and allow extra time.
Students have been welcomed to Manchester by officers who have knocked on their doors to talk to them about the problems which large parties can have for their neighbours.
Manchester's growing reputation as the UK's capital of youth and youth culture has been given a further boost with the announcement that it has been shortlisted to become European Youth Capital 2018.
The Factory Manchester design team competition gains international interest as shortlist is announced
The shortlist from which the architects and other design services will be chosen for The Factory Manchester development at the former Granada site in Manchester has been announced today.
The Core Cities Cabinet met in Cardiff on the opening day of the Rugby World Cup, where the call for further devolution was made.
The westbound carriageway of the Mancunian Way has reopened after it was temporarily closed due to safety concerns.
The BBC DIY SOS team will join some of the UK’s best known constructions firms on site to develop the first stage of a veterans’ community by bringing empty homes back into use in east Manchester.
Tell us what you want Manchester to be like in 2025 – that’s the message from city leaders as they prepare the vision which will guide the next decade.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Paul Murphy OBE urges everyone who has been moved by the plight of Syrian refugees to donate to organisations already working hard to improve the situation.
The first £66.3m of loan funding has been awarded from a £300m fund to boost housing in Greater Manchester.
Manchester Place is looking for a long-term private sector investment partner to help deliver a significant residential-led regeneration package across the city’s “Northern Gateway”.
Leaders across healthcare research, academia and industry have come together to launch the unique Health Innovation Manchester partnership.
Lovers of history and architecture will have the rare opportunity to go inside one of Manchester’s finest buildings as Heaton Hall opens its doors.
The Corridor Growth fund has announced a further four awards to Manchester companies.
Staff and pupils are celebrating after two years of hard work and dedication have led to some fantastic results for pupils at schools across the city.
A dog owner who told council officers “give me the fine” has been handed a £570 bill by magistrates, after failing to pay a fixed penalty notice.
A ceremonial time capsule has been placed in the ground at the start (and end) line of the new National Speedway Stadium – a major development that is part of the Belle Vue Sports Village.