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.
An adoptive parent from Manchester has taken to the airwaves to encourage more people to think about adopting.
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).
A youngster who joined an image campaign to show the potential of today’s Moss Side has gained national recognition for his work - and a fledgling career in journalism to boot.
Plans for a new £4.5 million football stadium in North Manchester with facilities which will benefit the wider community are moving forwards.
High school children from Manchester will learn first hand about the experience of a holocaust survivor at a special event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January 2012.
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.