News published June 2018
Effects of bad air laid bare: Manchester's public health team bring a fresh approach to improve air quality
Manchester's Public Health team have laid bare the effects of bad air with a report outlining the link between poor air quality and health.
Manchester residents who want to check whether they are paying the right amount of Council Tax are being reminded that there is no need to pay commercial organisations to find out.
Jon Sawyer has been named as Manchester City Council’s new Director of Housing and Residential Growth.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets today to experience the annual city-wide celebration of Manchester with this year’s theme – THE WORD ON THE STREET
Pupils at St Mary's C of E Primary School in Moss Side have been wearing 'green for Grenfell' to show everyone affected by last year's Grenfell fire tragedy in London that they are thinking of them.
Details of a £3m scheme to improve road safety around local schools will be heard by Manchester City Council’s Neighbourhoods and Environment Scrutiny Committee next week.
The sun shone on Heaton Park – for the most part - as 160,000 people soaked up performances from an all-star line-up including Liam Gallagher, the xx, Skepta and N*E*R*D.
Manchester Food and Drink Festival have compiled a truly mouth-watering selection of food traders for this year’s Manchester Day, along with some of Manchester's best breweries.
Plans have been drawn up for a permanent memorial in the city to those who lost their lives at the Battle of the Somme during the First World War - the worst day of combat in British military history.
The weekend the city has been waiting for returns on Sunday 17 June.