News published May 2013
The Sharp Project, Manchester’s digital content production complex, now has a purpose-built suite of four fully sound-proofed studios, believed to be the only dedicated green screen suite in the UK.
A company caught selling sofas that may have become fire hazards has been ordered to pay more than £4,000 by magistrates.
Children's social work in Manchester is set to benefit significantly as new organisation Frontline begins recruiting high quality people onto its unique training course from this September.
Manchester City Council is set to decide how to make Manchester’s roads safer for children and more attractive for residents by creating more areas of the city with 20 mile per hour speed limits.
On 15 May Manchester University’s victorious University Challenge team will attend Manchester City Council’s AGM to be congratulated for their miraculous win on television’s toughest quiz.
We launch new Twitter accounts for four neighbourhoods in north Manchester, soon to be followed by feeds right across the city.
Broadway Leisure Centre in Moston is set to remain open, under revised proposals published by the council.
As Manchester United prepare to celebrate an historic 20th league title, details for the Premier League Champions 2012/13 trophy parade on Monday 13 May have been confirmed.
A report detailing Manchester City Council’s library strategy for 2013-15 and its response to the consultation on its proposals has been published today 8 May 2013
Charities working with people struggling with drug and alcohol problems are backing a campaign urging city centre visitors not to give money to beggars.