Preparations have started for the celebration of women as part of a programme of events to launch Manchester's very first International Women’s Day festival in March 2017
The We Love MCR Charity is buzzing about the addition of their new mascot but needs your help in choosing its name.
A public consultation on the proposal to change the speed limit on Princess Road has been launched.
Manchester may be well known for its cloud cover but in one city centre park there's to be a permanent 'rainbow'.
Pictures held in Manchester, that were painted by pupils of a school destroyed in the atomic attack in the Second World War, are set to be returned to Hiroshima.
East meets West this week as a group of so-called 'little diplomats' from Wuhan in China fly into Manchester to visit their peers in three local primary schools.
The Homelessness Charter, developed by groups working alongside people affected by homelessness, with their voices at its core, is the city’s new approach to tackling homelessness.
Women will be gathering at Manchester's Central Library this Saturday 5 March to discuss issues pertinent to them.
Two local authorities are the first in the UK to map people at risk of gambling-related harm in their communities.
An open event at Manchester Town Hall will give attendees the opportunity to become involved in a Question Time style debate on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) issues.
Traders across Manchester will be providing a host of offers and events for customers old and new on Small Business Saturday.
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Manchester City Council will devote the first part of its full council meeting (Wednesday 18 November) to demonstrating solidarity with Paris and the French people, condemning terror and restating Manchester's role as a city of peace.
A citywide charter on homelessness is to be developed by organisations working with homeless people including the voluntary sector, street charities, faith groups, health, GMP and Manchester City Council in the run up to World Homeless Day on Saturday 10 October.
Manchester is continuing to bloom as roadsides and parks have exploded with colour after thousands of wildflowers paid for due to an airport windfall have blossomed.
A new plan to improve outcomes by providing help and support to children and families sooner has been launched by Manchester City Council.
A unique Manchester based scheme that has helped more than 5,000 learners across Greater Manchester, parts of West Yorkshire and Lancashire learn how to speak English has been given a special award.
Manchester's mayor has issued a citywide challenge - for every person, business or organisation to be more aware of older people's needs.
Private landlords, letting and managing agents and tenants across Manchester are being asked to sign a pledge that makes a commitment to making private renting better in the city.
Women from all walks of life attended a packed awards ceremony to celebrate women’s achievements in Manchester Town Hall on Friday 6 March.
Millions of pounds from an airport windfall are to be spent on cleaning up Manchester and improving the city’s district centres, parks and other areas.
Manchester Libraries and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) are collaborating to make an important archive accessible to the public at Central Library.
Twelve of Manchester’s care homes are set to receive an award for the quality of their services.
Residents are invited to the launch of the new Barlow Moor Community Library on Saturday 15 February.
A brand new library opened its doors in the Abraham Moss Centre, Crumpsall, today, Monday 3 February.
Streets across the city will be cleared of disused items which look scruffy and make areas feel unsafe under a project funded by a £14.5m airport windfall.
Learners and inspectors alike have praised Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES), which is successfully giving local people the skills and confidence they need to secure sustainable employment.
More than 300 Wythenshawe residents have found jobs or gone onto training courses since the launch of a help scheme, which is the first of its kind in the country.
Buses are to drive at 20 miles per hour within the city centre under a new voluntary code of conduct for operators.
A garden created by Manchester residents in honour of Olympic athletes has taken a silver medal at the RHS Tatton Flower show.
Central Government has given the crucial go-ahead for a massive regeneration project for Brunswick, moving forward a £113 million plan that will transform the inner city neighbourhood.
The City's Council's anti social behaviour action team (ASBAT) won the consultant of the year award at this year's Housing Excellence Awards, beating competition from organisations across the country.