News published October 2014
Manchester has been named City of the Year in the inaugural Estates Gazette/MIPIM UK Awards for its success in delivering major regeneration projects and attracting international investment.
Parents with children in their final year of primary school are being urged not to miss the 31 October deadline for applying for their child's secondary school place next year.
With one of the most family friendly line-ups in the history of Manchester’s Christmas celebrations, this year’s switch-on show will have something for everyone.
Residents in Crumpsall and Cheetham Hill have welcomed the opening of a new nursery block at the Abraham Moss Centre.
A report to Manchester City Council’s next Neighbourhoods Scrutiny committee meeting outlines the successful development of Manchester’s community outreach libraries over the last year.
Greater Manchester residents can find out how they can slash their fuel bills at the click of a mouse after a special web service was launched.
Manchester Libraries and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) are collaborating to make an important archive accessible to the public at Central Library.
A talented young business brain from Northern Moor has won a nationwide competition - scooping a cool £10,000 to help start up his new enterprise.
Manchester Libraries are playing their part in promoting residents’ good mental health in the city, as they give their backing to the new ‘Just Six Minutes’ campaign.
World War II veterans will be honoured at a special ceremony at Manchester Town Hall on Monday 13 October for their role in the Arctic Convoy – which transported crucial supplies to Russia.