News published April 2017
The fencing has come down in Piccadilly Gardens marking the end of the major programme and a new beginning for the public space as summer approaches.
A new public space protection order (PSPO) will come into force on Monday 24 April 2017 on a section of canal in Manchester city centre.
Central Library is opening its doors on the evening of Saturday 22 April for a retro-party in one of the most iconic historic buildings in Manchester.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission has published its final recommendations on new ward boundaries for the Manchester City Council area.
Anyone who is not already on the electoral register has just days left to add themselves in time to be able to vote in the first ever elections for a Greater Manchester Mayor.
On Saturday (8 April) the Lord Mayor of Manchester won a ‘Canoe Challenge’ after beating Cllr Luthfur Rahman in the latest sporting encounter between the duo.
Manchester Town Hall will be lit in the colours of the Swedish flag – blue and yellow – from dusk today as Manchester stands in solidarity with Sweden.
Manchester people are urged to have their say on the design of striking new national memorial and education centre.
Manchester is sending its condolences to the people of St Petersburg following the terror attack on the city’s metro yesterday, Monday 3 April, in which at least 14 people were killed.
The fire crew who helped save the historic Wythenshawe Hall from fire devastation have visited the home a year on as work begins to repair the roof and exterior.