News published February 2012
School children across Manchester have been given their first taste of squash after visiting the National Squash Centre, Eastlands, during the 2012 National Championships.
A major campaign launched today aims to create 300 new Apprenticeships across the city of Manchester in the next 100 days.
Manchester residents are being urged to take advantage of a scheme to help them keep warm this winter.
Manchester's ageing population is set to benefit from better levels of service as organisations sign up to develop age-friendly workforces.
Moss Side Powerhouse Library will throw open its doors for library users of all ages to give residents the opportunity to take advantage of the centre’s enviable facilities.
Benchill residents were given face-to-face advice about avoiding crime as well as the opportunity to raise concerns with police and council officers.
City centre residents are to be asked for their views on proposed changes to a parking permit scheme.
Could you create an album in a day? That’s the challenge on offer to women in Manchester at this year’s International Women’s Day celebrations.
Retailers, restaurants, transport bosses and Manchester City Council are joining forces to encourage people to visit the city centre and experience some great value deals.
Piccadilly Gardens is set to host Manchester’s brand new market, Piccadilly by Design, on Saturday 4 February.