Known as the original, biggest and best Christmas Markets in the UK, Manchester Christmas Markets have now been voted as one of the best in Europe by the European Best Destinations organisation.
A special service has been held to bless the crib in Manchester City Centre.
Christmas Marketgoers young and old will be left in a spin by two new fairground rides, which opened on Saturday.
On Saturday 10 October 2015 England take on Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup 2015 at Manchester City Stadium in a match set to be worth £45m to the local economy
Manchester’s biggest, most festive red resident will return to his station in front of the town hall this weekend as the giant Santa returns.
Internationally acclaimed band Everything Everything take over Central Library as they present Chaos To Order - a week of events designed to test the limits of what a 21st century library can be.
Manchester now offers the second largest wifi network in the country, as the latest phase of its planned extension nears completion.
Visitors to Heaton Park can now enjoy cooked meals made from locally produced food.
After a tense final, nine year old Josephine Olaniyi beat off the competition to take the “Parallel Blackjack” title at an art workshop with international contemporary artist, Ryan Gander.
Manchester youngsters are set to learn more about the desperate journeys faced by Jewish families as they fled homes - and countries - to escape the Holocaust during World War II.
Manchester’s festive season has begun in earnest as the city’s famous Santa returns from his well-earned rest and begins tweeting throughout the build-up to Christmas.
An evaluation of Manchester International Festival 2013 has shown that the fourth festival was the most successful yet.
Local rugby heroes and Manchester schoolchildren came together today this week to mark the start of the two year countdown to the Rugby World Cup 2015 in Philips Park, East Manchester.
The Manchester Day Photography competition will separate the David Baileys from the snappy sids, finding the photos that best capture the Parade.
Wythenshawe Hall is set to re-open to the public on Saturday and Sunday (27-28 October) for its first weekend staffed by volunteers.
As the clock is put back, the clock tower tours come back!
Residents are being invited to enjoy a safe and enjoyable bonfire night after the record success of last year’s events.