Flowers have been planted in Piccadilly Gardens as part of a plan to plant one million bulbs across the city.
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.
Thousands of residents from nearly 150 groups gathered across Manchester over the weekend to hold a series of spring cleans and make their neighbourhoods more attractive places.
Greater Manchester local authorities’ work to turn around the lives of families over the last three years has resulted in a new approach to supporting some of the region’s most vulnerable people.
Women from all walks of life attended a packed awards ceremony to celebrate women’s achievements in Manchester Town Hall on Friday 6 March.
Moston Lane is to be given a major facelift as part of a programme cleaning up district centres across the city thanks to an airport windfall.
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’s gardeners have proved that they are among the very best in Britain by winning no less than 132 North West In Bloom awards.
Manchester Libraries and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) are collaborating to make an important archive accessible to the public at Central Library.
Students raised more than £230,000 for a charity fighting one of the UK’s biggest killers by clearing unwanted items as they left their homes last summer.
Manchester now offers the second largest wifi network in the country, as the latest phase of its planned extension nears completion.
Twelve of Manchester’s care homes are set to receive an award for the quality of their services.
Less than a fortnight to go until the city centre becomes the region’s largest stage for one of the North West’s most anticipated outdoor events.
Youngsters and teachers at three Whalley Range primaries are working with residents to improve south Manchester neighbourhoods – and the call has gone out for more schools to join them.
Women's achievements in Manchester have been recognised at a packed award ceremony held to celebrate International Women's Day (Saturday 8 March).
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.
A proposed area of Manchester where 20 mile per hour speed limits will be in place on roads has been almost doubled in size after the plan was welcomed by residents.
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.
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.
The lakeside café in Boggart Hole Clough park is set to re-open next week after closing three weeks ago when the former operator stepped down due to poor health.
Charities working with people struggling with drug and alcohol problems are backing a campaign urging city centre visitors not to give money to beggars.
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.
Manchester residents looking to kick off the New Year by taking up a new hobby can search through a growing directory of more than 200 community groups at www.manchesterzoom.com.
Two men have been fined a total of £470 after being caught collecting charity donations in Manchester city centre without a permit.
An aggressive beggar who threatened female shop workers has been banned from parts of the city centre.
A teenage boy who set fire to a trampoline in his neighbour's garden and verbally abused people in the street has been banned from roads near his home.
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.