News published November 2017
Some of Manchester’s best-loved parks will be helping to create a Christmas to remember in the city this year.
A man from Newton Heath has been ordered to pay £595 by magistrates, after a Manchester City Council CCTV camera caught him dumping eight bags of rubbish on a street near his home.
A special Manchester Town Hall Open Day - giving people a last chance to explore the iconic building before its temporary closure - has been announced for Sunday 14 January 2018.
Collections for the Big Change homeless fund will be at Manchester’s Christmas Markets for the first time, and visitors will be able to offer their support to help homeless people this festive season.
A refurbishment project in Longsight has been stopped by Manchester City Council’s Building Control after a new basement and roofing work was undertaken without permission.
The Longford Centre in Chorlton has today been given the go ahead to be used as a homelessness prevention centre.
Manchester’s Christmas animation gives John Lewis a run for its money as the heart-warming Christmas video of the year
The festive film has racked up more than a million views since going live only four days ago.
Comedy duo back serious message around flu jab
A man who dumped 30 bags of waste near to a bus stop in Cheetham spent a morning under arrest before being ordered to pay £1,150 by magistrates.
Futuristic tech will give the Christmas Markets a digital upgrade as a new augmented reality app is revealed for the first time at the festive attraction.