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.
Manchester City Council is set to decide how 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.
We launch new Twitter accounts for four neighbourhoods in north Manchester, soon to be followed by feeds right across the city.
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.
Only four weeks away, the countdown has begun for Manchester Day and an army of artists, community groups and volunteers have already begun the herculean task of producing the incredible parade.
Manchester will be a host city for the Rugby World Cup 2015. England will play at the Manchester City stadium as part of the 20-nation event expected to attract 2.9m fans.
Manchester City Council's new look website launched today has been completely redesigned to be simpler and quicker for residents to use.
Our new partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant has the potential to save Manchester lives as we launch a drive to encourage more blood and organ donation.
Land which was the hundred-year home to a bus depot in Moss Side will be turning over a new leaf as it’s turned into a community orchard this weekend (27-28 April).
Manchester City Council has launched a new fund to support research and development-related employment in the area known as The Corridor.
A new school in East Manchester has been given a government green light as funding is approved as part of the continuing plans to transform Beswick.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has endorsed a refreshed and refocused strategy to ensure that the city region’s economy grows – and all of its residents benefit.
The Arts Council England has awarded us £5.5 million for HOME, the new production centre for international art, theatre and film. Coming to Manchester in spring 2015.
East Manchester will welcome a major new sporting hub, becoming the national home of both Speedway and Basketball, as proposals for the Belle Vue Sports Village are unveiled.
A brand new mountain bike skills area will be officially opened by Councillor Jim Battle, deputy leader of Manchester City Council, in Philips Park, Clayton, on Sunday 14 April 2013.
The busiest cycle route in Greater Manchester is to be made safer thanks to an innovative junction design.
Manchester motorists will be the country's first to use a nifty new parking phone app. It will tell you which bays are available and direct you there. Watch this (parking) space!
Piccadilly Gardens will show its star quality this week, welcoming a brand new attraction that will leave visitors reaching for the sky and give Manchester a new icon on the city skyline.
Premier League champions Manchester City are the latest high-profile employers to back the Apprentice Revolution campaign.
Manchester City Council has topped the league of public organisations which are slashing their carbon emissions.
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Manchester has been chosen to benefit from a €700k funding pot that will link a network of European cities looking at new ways of financing future regeneration projects.
A funding boost of almost half a million pounds from the Wolfson Foundation will improve facilities.