News published September 2016
Open evenings are now underway at schools across the city in a bid to help parents and children who are in their last year of primary school decide which secondary schools to apply for.
Manchester people are being asked for their views about two key areas in Manchester city centre.
Libraries across Manchester are set to become ‘Fun Palaces’ during a special, free celebration of the arts and sciences for the whole community.
A taxi driver has been fined more than £1,000 after refusing to pick-up a blind passenger because they had a guide-dog.
Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Heroes to be celebrated in Manchester and London on October 17 and October 18
The incredible performances of Team GB and ParalympicsGB athletes at the Rio 2016 Games will be celebrated on October 17 and October 18 in Manchester and London respectively.
The Northern Powerhouse Partnership will be launched today, Friday 16th September, to help maintain the momentum of the Northern Powerhouse and raise the prosperity of the north of England.
Manchester City Council has announced that chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein will retire from his role with the organisation in Spring 2017.
After Saturday's derby success it's no wonder City manager Pep Guardiola recently admitted that he’s so obsessed with midfielders he’d like to sign a thousand of them.
Families are invited to join in the fun this Sunday - at Central Library - to celebrate a summer of the Big Friendly Read - The Summer Reading Challenge.
The Oxford Road bus gate will be fully operational between Hathersage Road and Booth Street from Monday, 12 September.