News published December 2015
Manchester’s Christmas season will come to a spectacular end with an incredible fireworks display in Albert Square.
We're looking to help businesses in our area affected by recent flooding.
The council has begun a New Year campaign to find an additional 50 foster carers to look after some of the city's most vulnerable children and young people.
Our world-famous Christmas Markets have spread across the globe, with a first-of-its-kind Google Street View service.
Six weeks of trading later and the award-winning Christmas Markets are set to close for another year… but before the traders head home there’s still time for a Gluhwein, and perhaps a bargain or two.
Two litter louts have been ordered to pay a total of more than £1,300.
Veterans who benefitted from the BBCDIY SOS Big Build were reunited with Walking With The Wounded and Manchester City Council when construction company, ISG, returned with a donation of £5,500.
The Electoral Commission and Manchester City Council have today revealed that the declaration of the final referendum result on the UK’s membership of the European Union will be made in Manchester.
Manchester’s Lord Mayor is leading a call for people to come forward for their annual flu jab.
Manchester City Council has appointed a new Director of Children's Services to take over from the current interim Director, Gladys Rhodes White.