News published October 2014
A series of free events and exhibitions will take place at Central Library in November, as part of Manchester’s tribute to those who gave their lives in World War I.
Manchester’s biggest, most festive red resident will return to his station in front of the town hall this weekend as the giant Santa returns.
People who drop rubbish in Manchester can expect to receive a fine – with a special team of litter busters about to hit the city centre.
The brand new East Manchester Leisure Centre has swung open its doors this week welcoming residents to take a dip in the new community swimming pool and make use of the state-of-the-art facilities.
Six 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.
Manchester Libraries and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) are collaborating to make an important archive accessible to the public at Central Library.
Two traders who were caught selling illegal tobacco have been ordered to pay a total of nearly £2,000.
An adoptive dad has shared his story about how he became a dad - hoping it will strike a chord with people who might have thought about adopting in the past but have not done anything about it.
Manchester’s world famous Christmas Markets are soon to return for the 16th year in the UK’s capital of Christmas.
After nearly eight years at Manchester City Council, the last three as Strategic Director of Children's Services, Mike Livingstone has decided to move on.