The Housing Investment Fund is a ground-breaking home building model that uses available development land owned by Manchester City Council while an investor finances the build, delivering 241 homes.
Local schools will present to a panel of judges at the Etihad Stadium who they think should be immortalised in East Manchester.
Manchester City Council has been named the North West’s Macro Employer of the Year at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards.
Plumber Liam Gurney has been ordered to pay nearly £4,000 after putting residents’ lives at risk by inadequately installing a gas boiler.
A new vision for the future of Fallowfield Library has been announced, which aims to build a sustainable future for the centre.
Shoppers looking for the perfect Christmas present for the Mancunian in their life are invited to visit Manchester’s new online Poster Shop.
A black cab driver who refused to pick up two men who flagged him down in the city centre has been ordered to pay more than a grand.
One of England’s leading health chiefs has visited Manchester on a fact-finding mission to see several of the city’s health initiatives.
Manchester marks World AIDS Day with procession and vigil as number of people living with HIV in the North West reaches all time high
Manchester residents are being encouraged to become 'HIV aware' as the city prepares to mark World AIDS Day with a procession and candlelit vigil in the city centre.
Manchester City Council and the National Trust are to meet English Heritage and Marketing Manchester to continue discussions about developing a partnership to shape the future of Heaton Park and Hall.
A man who saved nearly £30 a month on his gas bills after using a new comparison site is urging other people to follow his lead.
Local residents are being invited to view the plans for a brand new leisure centre in south Manchester.
Around 200 young people are set to receive special commendations and awards today at Manchester City Council's annual Achievement Awards for looked after children, young people and care leavers.
Three of north Manchester’s long-term empty residential tower blocks will breathe with a new lease of life as substantial development work gets underway.
Young people from Manchester's Youth Council and the city's councillors will spend today, Friday 22 November 2013, debating the issue of lowering the voting age to 16.
Manchester's Youth Council will be celebrating the opening today, 22 November 2013, of a permanent new home for them in Manchester Town Hall.
Leaders from the UK’s ten largest cities outside of London have presented a signed declaration to the Prime Minister calling for the fast delivery of High Speed 2.
Two students who created a logo for Northenden Village have gained plaudits from top creatives - and are now set to make their mark on the graphic design industry.
Residents are being asked for their views to help Manchester City Council shape the future of mental health and wellbeing services in the city.
Woman at the Sharp end of business leads call for nominations for Manchester's International Women's Day
Social entrepreneur Rose Marley is leading a call for nominations to recognise the outstanding work carried out by Manchester women ahead of this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD).
Residents across Manchester are being urged to get behind the city’s small businesses as part of a national drive to sing the praises of independent companies.
A man from Newton Heath has been ordered to pay £400,000 under the Proceeds of Crime Act for a number of offences including fraudulently obtaining benefits.
A group of Manchester youngsters have named a pair of camera cars which will be looking out for motorists parking illegally outside the city’s primary schools.
Thousands of people flocked to Manchester city centre for the annual Christmas Lights Switch-On, marking the start of the festive season in the UK's Christmas capital.
Shop staff, volunteers and local people are at the heart of a winning bid by Manchester Adult Education Service to help teach English to local people who don't have it as their first language.
Greater Manchester residents who are worried about their energy bills rising this winter are being urged to switch to better deals using a new comparison website.
‘Check it, don’t regret it’ campaign aims to ensure that you don’t get steered in the wrong direction when buying a second hand car.
The beautiful grade two listed Town Hall and the fountain in Piccadilly Gardens will be illuminated for the first time, changing how the city centre is seen at night through the inventive use of light
A Manchester football club has been selected to represent England at the Tiger Beer Street Football Grand Finals next week in Vietnam.
Children across Manchester have helped raise money for their schools by recycling four tonnes of old clothes.