News published September 2014
Students raised more than £230,000 for a charity fighting one of the UK’s biggest killers by clearing unwanted items as they left their homes last summer.
Following a meeting with Manchester Dogs’ Home trustees, the council has set up a joint task force to ensure the centre is back up and running as quickly as possible.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority responds to the Prime Minister's reference to greater devolution for England's largest cities
Motorists are being advised about road closures which will be in place in Manchester city centre ahead of next week’s Labour Party Conference.
The International Women’s Day theme for 2015 is Breaking Through, which reflects how women are changing perceptions about what they can do, challenging stereotypes and achieving in all areas of life.
Potentially dangerous products have been removed from shops and markets after trading standards officers seized a million pounds worth of fake hair straighteners and hairdryers.
A free event at Manchester Central Library aims to inspire the next generation of local business success stories.
St Ann’s Square will become a city centre hotspot for cool kids and trend-setters when it hosts its first ever Vintage and Fashion Week.
Soap star favourite Kevin Kennedy is just one of the names backing an event this weekend to raise awareness about long-term recovery from alcohol and drug problems.
Three drug dealers have been banned from Piccadilly Gardens and surrounding streets as part of ongoing work to crack down on crime and antisocial behaviour in the city centre.