News published March 2012
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.
Plans to transform the Triangle shopping centre into a ‘Covent Garden of the north’ are moving forward after Manchester Cathedral and Chetham’s School of Music gave the proposals the thumbs up.
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.
Manchester City Council's website has been named in a prestigious national survey as one of the top 20 council sites in the UK.
Youngsters got together with older residents to help give Longsight streets a spring clean.
Paralympian Ian Jones is to be fitted with supports using the same technology that helps ‘Blade Runner’ Oscar Pistorius.
A group of homeless men who received a hamper-load of meals through the We Love Manchester charity say the gift has restored their faith in human nature.
Pupils and staff from Pike Fold Primary School, Blackley, watched with wonder as the first steel that will shape their brand new school was put into place last week.
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