News published February 2018
A sniffer dog called Bruiser has helped Manchester trading standards officers discover a hidden haul of illegal tobacco.
Emerging proposals to commemorate one year since the 22 May 2017 terror attack have been revealed.
Two new housing schemes that will make affordable homes available for first time buyers and lower income households will be discussed by the Council’s executive when they meet next week (Weds 7 March)
Manchester will be putting on a show of strength to celebrate the city’s strong women with a ‘Walk for Women’ celebrating International Women’s Day 2018
Councillor Sheila Newman, Manchester City Council’s Executive Member for Children’s Services and current Lady Mayoress of Manchester, passed away this morning (Monday 19 February 2018).
On 20 February 1988 tens of thousands of people came together in Manchester to march on Albert Square against the introduction of Section 28 of the Local Government Act.
Leaders and Mayors representing the Core Cities UK, the ten UK cities at the heart of the biggest urban areas outside London, are to meet with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier today (Monday, 19 Feb)
Work has started on a new Council housing project that will see 40 new homes built across sites in north Manchester – the first time grant funding has been made available for five years.
Plans are underway to commemorate the part played by soldiers from the Manchester Regiment in a little-known battle that proved to be a forerunner to the last 100 days of the First World War.
A campaign to raise awareness of the dangers and legality of smoking shisha has been launched to tackle common misconceptions surrounding smoking shisha or hookah - as it is commonly known.