A cluster of empty homes in East Manchester is being brought back into use – and the search for new owners has begun.
Manchester City Council is urging Network Rail to make sure they continue talking to residents and businesses as plans are developed for a crucial rail link across the city centre.
Two regeneration plans which will help bring forward investment and jobs in Wythenshawe stimulated by Manchester Airport City Enterprise Zone are set to be approved.
Try out a new world-class mountain bike trail, as part of a campaign urging commuters to swap four wheels for two.
Residents of Clayton will be reassured that the police and council are still working closely in the community following the conclusion of the Dale Cregan trial.
Five top British entrepreneurs are set to inspire fledging Manchester food and drink businesses at a free live panel discussion event.
We need the help of Manchester residents to boost the numbers of people who give blood.
A trader has been ordered to carry out a year’s unpaid work after being caught selling thousands of counterfeit items.
Levenshulme Library will remain in its building, thanks to a pioneering plan devised by a local headteacher working with the council and the local community.
Manchester City Council has invited Local Government Association (LGA) cities from across the country to discuss the future implications of the bedroom tax.
A major expansion of _FreebeeMCR, Manchester's public WiFi network, is taking place.
Students are being given a helping hand moving out of their homes this summer – while helping fight one of the UK’s biggest killers.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets to celebrate all things Manchester for the fourth Manchester Day Parade and its theme – "Wish You Were Here".
Squash, tennis and women’s football are among the sports on offer at Manchester’s annual weeklong festival for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their friends.
Manchester hosts a top level two-day summit that will bring together key business and education leaders to map out the city's digital future.
The Manchester Day Photography competition will separate the David Baileys from the snappy sids, finding the photos that best capture the Parade.
Greater Manchester residents are being encouraged to save energy - as well as reduce their fuel bills - by applying for free or discounted work on their homes.
20 ultra-modern screens, to be called the CityLive network, will be located in areas of the city centre with high footfall
Wooden billboards will have cut-outs like 1950s style postcards as part of Manchester Day publicity.
The Sharp Project, Manchester’s digital content production complex, now has a purpose-built suite of four fully sound-proofed studios, believed to be the only dedicated green screen suite in the UK.
A company caught selling sofas that may have become fire hazards has been ordered to pay more than £4,000 by magistrates.
Children's social work in Manchester is set to benefit significantly as new organisation Frontline begins recruiting high quality people onto its unique training course from this September.
Plans are under way to make Manchester’s roads safer for children and more attractive for residents by creating more areas of the city with 20 mile per hour speed limits
On 15 May Manchester University’s victorious University Challenge team will attend Manchester City Council’s AGM to be congratulated for their miraculous win on television’s toughest quiz.
Manchester City Council has launched new Twitter accounts for four neighbourhoods in north Manchester, with feeds for areas right across the city to follow in the coming months.
Broadway Leisure Centre in Moston is set to remain open, under revised proposals published by the council.
As Manchester United prepare to celebrate an historic 20th league title, details for the Premier League Champions 2012/13 trophy parade on Monday 13 May have been confirmed.
A report detailing Manchester City Council’s library strategy for 2013-15 and its response to the consultation on its proposals has been published today 8 May 2013
Charities working with people struggling with drug and alcohol problems are backing a campaign urging city centre visitors not to give money to beggars.
Young people from all over the UK are pitching up in Albert Square on Saturday 11 May to trade at the country's first ever National Youth Market.