Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on plans to place overnight barriers on a city centre canal towpath where members of the public have drowned.
A prolific thief who spent years breaking into offices as well as public and religious buildings has been banned from the city centre.
Hundreds of people are set to come to Manchester to celebrate Armed Forces Day - and honour the city’s heroes.
Manchester Day return this weekend and with it comes a special Gilly the Globefish inspired competition – devised by the Manchester Day mascot herself.
Manchester’s St Ann’s Square will come alive this month, with the Spring Festival of Markets, a brand new 18-day creative extravaganza.
The Patron Saint of England will be celebrated in style with the return of the St George’s Day Parade and street entertainment in Piccadilly Gardens.
A prolific car thief who bit a motorist that challenged him has been banned from the city centre and parts of north Manchester.
The spirit of the Emerald Isle will turn the city centre a distinct shade of green this week for the annual Irish Festival and parade.
It’s time to dig out the running kit as Sport Relief returns to Manchester. On Sunday 23 March the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile will be setting off from outside Manchester Town Hall, Albert Square, with hundreds of local residents showing their support for Sport Relief 2014 by choosing to run either one, three or six miles.
A huge pile of rubbish collected from Manchester city centre’s streets over a single week will be put on display to launch a huge campaign to crack down on the problem.
Football legend Phil Neville has kicked off the first of two playgrounds set to turn Manchester city centre into an even friendlier destination for families.
This Valentine’s Day Manchester will rightly takes its place alongside Paris, Rome and Venice as a must visit location for any romantic.
A man who was caught illegally selling items on the street has been ordered to pay more than a grand.
The ever popular Big Wheel will return to Manchester city centre this week in time to take centre stage in a New Year’s fireworks bonanza.
Manchester city centre street cleaners have been thanked for their work during the Christmas shopping rush after removing tonnes of rubbish from the streets per day.
Manchester’s world-leading network of interactive city centre digital touchscreens has been unveiled.
Preparations for the much anticipated Manchester Day Parade have already begun and there is only a week left to submit an application to be involved, with this year’s theme Wish You Were Here!
Two men have been fined a total of £470 after being caught collecting charity donations in Manchester city centre without a permit.
Piccadilly Street Food market will be a must visit location for all hungry shoppers when it sets up shop for the very first time on Thursday 11 October 2012.
As the Labour Party Conference comes to an end the event has been praised as a huge success for the delegates and for Manchester.
A Manchester post box is to remain gold as a permanent reminder of the city’s victorious Olympic athletes.
The Labour Party will return to Manchester later this month for its Annual Conference, an event which is expected to generate £23.9m for the local economy.
The Olympic gold rush has brought 350,000 people into Manchester city centre.
A new public convenience has opened at the Town Hall Extension, on Lloyd Street.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets to celebrate all things Manchester for the third Manchester Day Parade and its theme – The Sky’s the Limit: A celebration of heroic achievements.
The winners of an international design competition for leading architects to come up with plans to transform St Peter's Square into a world-class space have been announced by Manchester City Council. A design team led by German landscape architect Latz + Partner have been selected to make their vision a reality.
Dedicated followers of fashion can rejoice this weekend with the return of the fabulous Vintage and Fashion Market.