News published December 2013
A magnificent portrait of Emmeline Pankhurst is to take pride of place in the Rates Hall in Manchester Town Hall.
Manchester residents and visitors are being invited to sign a book of condolence which has been opened following the death of Nelson Mandela.
The Housing Investment Fund is a ground-breaking home building model that uses available development land owned by Manchester City Council while an investor finances the build, delivering 241 homes.
Local schools will present to a panel of judges at the Etihad Stadium who they think should be immortalised in East Manchester.
Manchester City Council has been named the North West’s Macro Employer of the Year at this year’s National Apprenticeship Awards.
Plumber Liam Gurney has been ordered to pay nearly £4,000 after putting residents’ lives at risk by inadequately installing a gas boiler.
A new vision for the future of Fallowfield Library has been announced, which aims to build a sustainable future for the centre.