News published January 2012
A high school in Chorlton has had a major refurbishment bringing it up to the same standard as a new-build school - with a saving of over a million pounds to boot.
Manchester City Council is proposing to freeze council tax for 2012/13 - making it the third successive year that bills have not risen.
The owners of two cafes where customers were allowed to smoke shisha pipes have been ordered to pay a total of nearly £3,000.
The partnership of Manchester City Galleries, Whitworth Art Gallery and The Manchester Museum today received confirmation of three year’s major grant funding from Arts Council England (ACE).
Plans for a new £4.5 million football stadium in North Manchester with facilities which will benefit the wider community are moving forwards.
A group of residents received a shopping bonus - after going head to head with their neighbours to see who could recycle more.
Manchester City Council believes that proposed changes to housing benefit could cost Manchester residents almost £8 million a year.
Manchester City Council is launching an initiative aimed at getting older residents out and about, meeting new people, and taking part in healthy and fun activities.
A special school in Manchester is celebrating after being told its staff provide a gold plated service to pupils.