Professional services firms KPMG and PwC have offered their help to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund for free.
An internet company which admitted dumping commercial waste in north Manchester has been ordered to pay £3,136 in fines and costs at Manchester Magistrates Court.
The Factory Manchester has been awarded major funding as part of Arts Council England’s announcements today.
The St Peter’s Square water feature has been turned on for the first time, marking the final piece of the major transformation of the Square.
A Council by-election will be held in Manchester's Fallowfield ward on Thursday 27 July 2017.
Manchester City Council is announcing a new bin collections calendar, following a major boost to the city’s recycling rates.
The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund charity today announces that Ariana Grande will serve as the charity’s first patron.
A Manchester company has been ordered to pay a penalty of more than £800, after admitting to a fly-tipping offence committed in Wythenshawe.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Eddy Newman, today marked the start of Manchester’s official celebration for Armed Forces Day with the raising of the Armed Forces flag at the town hall.
Issued by the Greater Manchester Combined Authority
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets today (Sunday, 18 June) to experience the city-wide celebration of Manchester with this year’s theme – ABRACADABRA!
Manchester has announced its bid to join the UNESCO Creative Cities network as a City of Literature.
A new CCTV camera car is to be deployed outside Manchester schools, to help enforce parking safety and protect pupils from harm.
The Council has contacted the landlords of all former council tower blocks in the city to ask for reassurances about their fire safety.
A FURTHER £3M has now been released from the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
Proposals for a new system to recognise people who have made an outstanding contribution to Manchester will be put to Manchester City Council’s next full meeting in July.
Work will take place to improve hundreds of Manchester’s roads within the next year, as Manchester City Council begins to implement its new five-year £100m highways investment programme.
It may have been wet, but the weather didn’t dampen this year’s Parklife event as more than 160,000 people enjoyed the two-day spectacle.
Statement in response to petition(s) calling for Ariana Grande to be granted the freedom of the city following the One Love Manchester concert.
A Manchester City Council spokesman said: "We are grateful to Ariana Grande for her tremendous support for the city in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena attack.
This year’s Manchester Day mascot can now be revealed as Manchester Day draws closer.
Sir Richard Leese, said: "Manchester's thoughts and sympathies are with those affected by the appalling attack in London and in particular, with those who have tragically lost loved ones.
Manchester Libraries and Read Manchester are celebrating this year's National Bookstart Week with the help of much-loved children's author and illustrator Nick Sharratt.
Make sure you have a magical Manchester Day experience by being part of the show and take advantage of the volunteer opportunities on offer.
The first payments are about to be made to some of the victims and survivors of the Manchester Arena attack.
Manchester Day will pay tribute to those who lost their lives in the arena, their families, and those who were injured, when it returns on Sunday 18 June.
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council, said: "Neither the horrendous events of 22 May 2017 nor Manchester's dignified and inspiring response to them will ever be forgotten.
Anyone directly affected by the terrorist attack at Manchester Arena on 22 May who has not already accessed support is being encouraged to do so.
Sir Richard Leese has hailed this weekend's Great CityGames and Great Manchester Run as a sporting show of defiance, as Manchester begins to move forward from the horrific attack at Manchester Arena.
Donations to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund have reached over £4 million.
A joint statement from Sir Richard Leese, leader of Manchester City Council and Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham.