Following a meeting with Manchester Dogs’ Home trustees, the council has set up a joint task force to ensure the centre is back up and running as quickly as possible.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority responds to the Prime Minister's reference to greater devolution for England's largest cities
Motorists are being advised about road closures which will be in place in Manchester city centre ahead of next week’s Labour Party Conference.
The International Women’s Day theme for 2015 is Breaking Through, which reflects how women are changing perceptions about what they can do, challenging stereotypes and achieving in all areas of life.
Potentially dangerous products have been removed from shops and markets after trading standards officers seized a million pounds worth of fake hair straighteners and hairdryers.
A free event at Manchester Central Library aims to inspire the next generation of local business success stories.
St Ann’s Square will become a city centre hotspot for cool kids and trend-setters when it hosts its first ever Vintage and Fashion Week.
Soap star favourite Kevin Kennedy is just one of the names backing an event this weekend to raise awareness about long-term recovery from alcohol and drug problems.
Three drug dealers have been banned from Piccadilly Gardens and surrounding streets as part of ongoing work to crack down on crime and antisocial behaviour in the city centre.
People of all ages enjoyed a celebration of nature’s home as the RSPB and Manchester City Council invited everyone to discover the wildlife of the Mersey Valley.
The news that a £60m Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre is to be created in Manchester has been hailed as a significant moment for the city.
Manchester is in the running to be the first ever City of Football and to celebrate our love of the game Friday 12 September will see Cathedral Gardens packed with footie-fans for a fun filled day.
Nearly half of Manchester will benefit from reduced speed limits after hundreds more streets across the city are set to be made safer for children.
An exhibition to commemorate World War One and the poetry of Wilfred Owen is being launched at Central Library by the Lord Mayor of Manchester.
A new report sets out how a co-ordinated three-year programme of works known as Grow will help the city centre to flourish for years to come.
Greater Manchester has become the first UK city to join the United Nations' Making Cities Resilient Campaign.
The sensitive relocation of the cenotaph from St Peter’s Square to its new location in front of the Cooper Street entrance to the town hall has been completed.
Ten Acres Lane Sports Centre, Newton Heath, will see its new full 3G football pitch officially opened on Saturday 6 September at 9am by Deputy Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Paul Murphy.
Manchester City Council has handed a letter to protestors who have set up a camp in a prominent city centre site.
Muslim residents preparing to go on Hajj pilgrimages are being advised to book using reputable travel agents.
The Summer Festival of Markets is set to transform St Ann's Square this September with a selection of local traders, an exciting programme of live entertainment and a variety of cafes and bars.
Work to create a new combined library and leisure centre for Moss Side and Hulme is under way.
"So many of the cues to a patient’s health are non-verbal," says Dr Sirfraz Hussain, who is a partner at Moss Side Family Practice in Manchester.
The latest version of the annual report that looks at Manchester’s progress has been released online.
Few people could ever describe cancer treatment as a blessing - but, for one Manchester pensioner it was exactly that as it eased his illness and brought a fresh start to life.
Manchester's youngsters are celebrating as provisional results show that 51 per cent of students achieved five or more GCSE grades A*- C including English and maths.
Households across Greater Manchester have the opportunity to turn their big bill into a ‘Little Bill’.
Young entrepreneurs have gone head-to-head in Wythenshawe to compete for a place in the national final of TestTown, the UK’s biggest initiative to help young people bring their energy and ideas to the country’s high streets.
Parents across the city are being urged to turn their thoughts to school in order to ensure they don't miss the 31 October deadline for applying for their child's secondary school place next Autumn.
Manchester is celebrating as confirmation is received of funding success that will see nearly 600 affordable homes built across the city.