Manchester City Council has launched new Twitter accounts for four neighbourhoods in north Manchester, with feeds for areas right across the city to follow in the coming months.
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.
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.
Manchester City Council is to prepare plans to find a further £80m of savings from its budget over the next two years as a result of the financial settlement imposed by central government.
Manchester City Council is set to open a voluntary severance package for members of staff in preparation for significant spending reductions expected to be announced by central government next month.
Residents intending to vote in the election for Greater Manchester's first ever Police and Crime Commissioner are being reminded about two important deadlines.
Manchester companies are being encouraged to become digital champions by helping people to develop their online skills and confidence.
The book of condolence for Lord Alfred Morris has been moved from Manchester Town Hall to Wythenshawe Forum Library. The book was relocated to Wythenshawe on Tuesday 4 September.
A group of young people have proposed new youth engagement policies to decision-makers at Manchester Town Hall on Monday 20 August, after completing a week-long summer school programme.
The sixth edition of a detailed report charting Manchester’s progress towards the goals set out in its Community Strategy has been published.
The ten Greater Manchester local authorities (AGMA) have united in a call for the government to rethink its plans to disband one of the country’s most renowned and historic infantry battalions.
Manchester City Council pledges its support for the campaign to save the 2nd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers from plans to disband the historic battalion.
A new award in memory of Alan Turing has been launched to coincide with the centenary of his birth.
All 220,000 Manchester households will receive annual electoral registration forms in the next few days, from Friday 1 June.
A new competition is encouraging Manchester primary school pupils to share the reasons why they love the city - with a chance to become part of posterity.
The results of this year's local elections for Manchester have been published.
A full list of candidates standing in Manchester’s local elections on Thursday 3 May has now been published.
A search has been launched for a lead investment partner to deliver one of Manchester's most important regeneration initiatives.
Manchester City Council's website has been named in a prestigious national survey as one of the top 20 council sites in the UK.
A number of trade unions representing public sector workers are planning a nationwide strike on Wednesday 30 November in a dispute over pension changes.
Saturday 22 October will see 207 (Manchester) Field Hospital (Volunteers) awarded the freedom of the city of Manchester for their life-saving work in war-torn countries.
Go out and enjoy everything that is wonderful about this city
Following the major disturbances in Manchester city centre on Tuesday, residents and businesses are standing up to the thugs to send out the clear message that our city is open for business.
There are many remarkable women working in our city to improve women’s lives as well as women who are excelling in their chosen field and it’s time to recognise their contribution to the city.
A full list of candidates standing in Manchester’s local elections on Thursday 5 May has now been published.
Manchester City Council has awarded its contract for outdoor advertising to MediaCo Outdoor, one of the industry’s newest but fastest growing companies.
Manchester City Council has been given more powers to clear illegal traders off the city’s streets.
A full list of candidates standing in the 6 May general election in the five Manchester constituencies has now been published.
Sir Richard Leese has taken some temporary time out from his duties as leader of the Council to resolve family issues.
Mancunians are being called upon to make this spring’s Neighbours’ Day celebration even more successful than it was last year.
Gritters have been out in force across Manchester as the cold spell continues.
Sixteen places are available on a free comedy course for east Manchester residents, funded by urban regeneration company, New East Manchester.
A report assessing how Manchester’s public services are performing has been published today.
The GB Cycling team has been given the Freedom of the City, at a special ceremony at Manchester Town Hall.
Manchester City Council has passed a cross-party motion condemning the English Defence League's (EDL) proposed demonstration in the city centre this weekend.
As party conference season continues, Manchester residents are being reminded to return their electoral registration forms if they want to vote in the next General and Local Elections.
The third edition of a comprehensive report analysing the progress Manchester is making towards its key goals has been published.
Manchester residents are being asked for their views on how Manchester City Council decides to license black cabs in the city.
The total electorate for the European Parliamentary Elections in the North West has today been confirmed as more than five million.
Manchester residents are being asked to have their say on the community governance arrangements in their area.
People who have arranged to have a postal vote in the forthcoming European Parliamentary Elections are being reminded to make sure they send it in time.
The full list of political parties and individual candidates for the forthcoming European Parliamentary Elections has been published today.
Manchester residents who want to have their say in the forthcoming European Elections are being reminded that they have until Tuesday 19 May to register to vote.
Eddie Smith, who joined New East Manchester over two years ago as Deputy Chief Executive, has been appointed Chief Executive after acting up following the departure of former chief, Tom Russell.
The Town Hall clock will be stopped for one week beginning Monday 23 March for essential maintenance.
Money advisors from New East Manchester are holding a coffee morning, 20th March for east Manchester residents wanting advice on managing debt, learning to budget and help on setting up bank accounts.
Lesley Lomax has been appointed Head of Marketing for both New East Manchester and the Manchester City South Partnership.
As the New Year starts many people are realising that they have overspent on credit and debit cards, and combined with the credit crunch it can be a concerning and difficult time.
Manchester City Council has been voted Best Council for the third consecutive year in the Pink Paper Readers’ Awards for its work with the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
Families looking for Christmas bargains will be spoilt for choice at Wythenshawe Christmas Market, which will be open every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday until Christmas.
The magnificent surroundings of Gorton Monastery will ring with the sound of festive music and carols on Sunday 21 December.
People from across Manchester are being invited to join a candlelit vigil to remember victims of domestic abuse who are killed by their partners or ex-partners each year.
Local school children will get an early Christmas treat at a special party held just for them at Manchester Town Hall on Tuesday 2 December.
Holidaymakers jetting off from Manchester Airport will be handed fake scratch cards offering advice about a scam costing tourists millions of pounds every year.
Manchester City Council has allocated £145,000 per annum for City Galleries to deliver a programme of conservation and maintenance for the City’s war memorials and public art.
Wannabe inventors and innovators are invited to a special event at Central Library, which could hold the key to unlocking their potential and making their entrepreneurial dreams a reality.
Warren Marshall, 64, Urban Design and Conservation expert at Manchester City Council, retires after nearly four decades.
The well-respected qualified architect has been a leading member of the team helping to create 29 designated conservation areas.
Manchester Town Hall has been acknowledged for the world-class service it offers to visitors and customers.
Manchester City Council will take the first formal step in developing a strategy to modernise the Town Hall Complex next Tuesday, 22 July.
Members of the Unison and Unite trade unions are taking industrial action across the country this Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 July as part of a national pay dispute.
Manchester City Council collected almost £108m towards council tax last year, an increase of more than £8m on the previous year.
A report of an inquiry into the organisation of the UEFA Cup Final in Manchester on 14 May will be considered by Manchester City Council councillors on 17 June and 25 June.
Actor Bill Tarmey – Coronation Street’s Jack Duckworth – will open a special Veterans’ Garden in Albert Square at 11am on Thursday 12 June.
\"We are having a full inquiry into the failure of the screen in Piccadilly.
Manchester is to welcome a new Lord Mayor, Councillor Mavis Smitheman, who will take office on Wednesday 14 May.
Manchester Partnership is hosting a free family event, which will take place on Saturday 15 March at Manchester Central.
Manchester residents learn today that their council tax increase is to be, for the ninth year running, in line with the rate of inflation.
A council worker has been presented with a certificate from the Lord Mayor of Manchester, after returning stolen belongings to their rightful owner.
An interesting tour of Manchester City Centre is being held in aid of the Lord Mayor’s Charity Appeal Trust as part of British Tourism Week.
Manchester City Council has appointed a new strategic director to lead on future transformation of council services and departments.
Thousands of surfers have voted www.manchester.gov.uk the best local government website in the country.
Manchester residents are being asked again this year, to give their views on service and budget plans for the next financial year.
For the fourth year in a row, Manchester City Council has been voted the top local authority in the list of Britain’s top 100 employers of lesbian and gay people.
Manchester Fayre is celebrating the sweet taste of success – again.
Lord Mayor of Manchester, Cllr Glynn Evans unveiled a new plaque to mark the Peterloo Massacre in Manchester.
Manchester today sent best wishes to Ricky Hatton as he warms up for his big fight in Las Vegas this weekend.
Manchester City Council pledged its support this week to communities devastated by the Bangladesh cyclone disaster.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester, Councillor Glynn Evans, will lead a procession from the Town Hall on Remembrance Sunday (11 November).
The Lord Mayor of Manchester, Councillor Glynn Evans, proposed a motion at this week's council, to make former Leader of the Council, William Egerton JP DL, an honorary alderman.
Tony Wilson’s name is to be inscribed on the Roll of Honour in Manchester Town Hall in appreciation of the outstanding contribution he made to the life, music and culture of the City over many years.
Residents, businesses and visitors will benefit from a new design and structure for Manchester City Council's website www.manchester.gov.uk
On August 16, 1819 cavalry charged into a crowd which had assembled at a public meeting in St Peter’s Fields resulting in the death of 11 people with more than 500 injured, including many children.
The renowned civil rights campaigner The Reverend Jesse Jackson Senior will join the Lord Mayor of Manchester for a civic reception held in his honour during his visit to Manchester, August 25 to 26