News published November 2015
Manchester will once again mark World AIDS Day by showing solidarity with all those living with HIV and remembering everyone who has lost their life to the virus.
Manchester City Council will devote the first part of its full council meeting (Wednesday 18 November) to demonstrating solidarity with Paris and the French people, condemning terror and restating Manchester's role as a city of peace.
A Beswick school is set to double its number of students with the completion of a £3.15M building project that has just opened its doors to pupils.
Landlords, letting agents and management companies working with private rented sector properties are required by law to sign up to a government approved scheme to ensure quality in the sector – or face a fine of up to £5,000.
Manchester’s world-famous Christmas Markets return this week and an army of staff and volunteers representing a range of organisations will be on-hand to help visitors find their way.
A street seller operating illegally in the city centre has been ordered to pay £644.59 and forfeit his goods seized by council officers.
Nearly 2,900 people who have been caught dropping litter in Manchester city centre have been issued with on the spot fines a year on from the start of a major crackdown.
A takeaway in Ladybarn has been ordered to pay £1612.33 after being prosecuted for operating without a licence.
Manchester City Council and Citizens Advice are calling on residents to use their new consumer rights as they start their Christmas shopping this year.