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.
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.
This week sees the launch of the brand new Manchester Youth Council aimed at giving young people a vital voice in the life of the city.
Record numbers of Mancunians have come forward to praise community heroes by nominating them for special awards.
Football legends Mike Summerbee and Tony Book will fix a sign in place on 13 September on a road – which is to be covered in blue tarmac as a tribute to Manchester City’s former home in Moss Side.
The Olympic gold rush has brought 350,000 people into Manchester city centre.
A carnival atmosphere will come to Exchange Square this Friday as Manchester prepares for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.
A garden created by Manchester residents in honour of Olympic athletes has taken a silver medal at the RHS Tatton Flower show.
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A youngster who joined an image campaign to show the potential of today’s Moss Side has gained national recognition for his work - and a fledgling career in journalism to boot.
She may have lost her bid for the X-Factor crown – but Misha B’s unique sense of style has won an accolade of its own in Moss Side.
Work has now started on the long-awaited new Irish World Heritage Centre in Manchester twenty five years after the original centre opened.
A community sports centre ground that will benefit a wide range of groups in north Manchester has been given the go-ahead.
RHS North West in Bloom 2011 has recognised the hard work and dedication of green-fingered Manchester residents, awarding them a huge number of accolades.
A stretch of a city centre canal is to be transformed into a wildlife haven thanks to a new ‘vegetation carpet’.
Manchester residents are teaming up with the City Council and police to help make their city a safer place.
The land that communist Frederick Engels used to live on has been turned into a peace garden in Moss Side.