News published February 2012
Young people from two schools in Manchester are creating a timeline of local women who inspire them to celebrate International Women's Day.
A new charity will be formed to support additional activities of Manchester Central Library intended to complement and add value to Manchester City Council’s major ongoing commitment to core services.
Thousands of potential athletes are poised at the starting blocks for the country’s only full community replica of the 2012 Olympics – to be held in Wythenshawe.
Saturday 18 February saw Manchester City Council and the City of Manchester Water Polo Club begin a five year partnership that will help develop and promote the sport across the city.
A defiant duo that won a prestigious award for their work organised an impromptu clean up after the August riots have decided to donate their prize money to community charities.
Eighteen services or organisations in Manchester have been presented with Dignity Awards for helping to improve the lives of people in residential care homes or supported accommodation.
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Manchester City Council has submitted a bid for up to £12 million of government funding to become a ‘superconnected city.’
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A woman who suffered years of abuse at the hands of her partner is urging victims of domestic abuse not to suffer in silence this Valentine’s Day.