News published February 2017
A proposal to bring a health and community hub to the heart of Gorton where people can access a range of services all in one place will be heard by Manchester City Council’s Executive next week.
Changes are being proposed to Manchester’s planning policy on applications to open new hot food takeaways, in a bid to improve centres and promote healthier lifestyles across the city.
Speedway is set to return to the National Speedway Stadium in time for the 2017 British Speedway Premiership as a new consortia has been agreed to secure the future of the historic Aces club.
Senior councillors will be asked to give the final go-ahead to a major project to safeguard and repair Manchester Town Hall and Albert Square when they meet on Wednesday 8 March.
1 in 2 million - Manchester man wins learning award for using digital skills to turn his life around
Bertram Henry won the Inspirational Learner Award from tech-for-good charity Good Things Foundation, as part of their 2 Millionth Learner Awards.
The ambition to create a community aimed at older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people has been announced today by Manchester City Council.
An open event at Manchester Town Hall will give attendees the opportunity to become involved in a Question Time style debate on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) issues.
Rock legend Chrissie Hynde dropped into Manchester Central Library for a tour of the Oasis:DNA exhibition.
A consultation has opened today to hear the public’s views on a new Selective Licensing scheme in south Manchester that will help improve private sector housing standards.
Nine of the top ten books borrowed from Manchester libraries in 2016 were children’s titles, new figures show.