News published March 2012
Residents of a Wythenshawe estate will be able to decide how minor crimes and antisocial behaviour should be dealt with when a new restorative justice scheme is introduced.
Pupils at the Creative and Media Academies in north Manchester have mucked in to help roll out the living green roof of their brand new £38 million school building that is currently under construction
A hundred Wythenshawe residents literally had a fleeting visit with the Queen as they took part in a charity race at the BBC’s northern home in MediaCity.
Manchester City Council is reinstating the experimental traffic order to close Victoria Street in the city centre to traffic from 5am on Sunday 25 March 2012.
Manchester City Council is celebrating success in its bid for £12 million of government funding to become a ‘superconnected city.'
Dedicated followers of fashion can rejoice this weekend with the return of the fabulous Vintage and Fashion Market.
Council's Executive agrees to pilot new scheme to improve outcomes for looked after children and young people
Manchester City Council's Executive today agreed to pilot a brand new scheme to improve outcomes for looked after children and young people whilst saving the Council up to £4.7m over eight years.
This weekend is Mothers' Day, and one Manchester mother knows better than most how important a loving family life is for children and young people.
Manchester City Council has revealed a 10 point plan to ensure it is one of the world’s foremost digital cities by 2020 – promoting economic growth and ensuring residents have the skills to benefit.
Sprinter Clovis Asong, 17, and BMX Racer Valerie Zebrokova, 14, have both been selected onto their sport’s governing body’s programmes for talented athletes and are on course to become future Olympians.