A service to commemorate a local Clayton soldier who served at the Battle of the Somme will take place at Clayton War Memorial on Tuesday 28 June.
The full refurbishment of the much-loved play area will commence at the beginning of July and will be completed by the end of August.
A Rusholme newsagent has failed to kick an expensive tobacco habit having been fined twice in two years for selling illegal cigarettes and tobacco – the most recent of which totalled nearly £4,000.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Carl Austin-Behan, marked the start of Manchester's official celebration for Armed Forces Day with the raising of the armed forces flag on Monday 20 June.
Earlier this year, thousands of Greater Manchester residents responded to the Taking Charge Together health snapshot survey and conversation.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets today (Sunday, 19 June) to experience the city-wide celebration of Manchester’s achievements in science and discovery with this year’s theme – EUREKA!
The importance of good food should never be underestimated and Manchester Day has the best of the best to fuel to the crowd of thousands.
Following the mass-shooting in Orlando, Florida on Sunday 12 June - which resulted in the death of at least 49 people - Manchester is once again voicing it support for the LGBTQ community.
The Manchester Day photography prize is one of the most contested competitions of the year and the decision to choose the top picture is hotly debated by the judges.
The council is proposing a change to its collection service for non-recyclable waste, in a bid to increase the city’s recycling rates and save £2.4m per year on waste disposal costs.
Manchester is standing in solidarity with the world’s LGBT community to condemn all acts of terror and violence following the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida on Sunday 12 June 2016.
Town hall will become the city’s largest laboratory as scientists from across the city join forces for Manchester Day’s Brain Box attraction.
Manchester’s youngest readers and their families are being given the chance to enjoy an 'underwater' adventure at their local library next week.
A new solar system will be created as the Manchester Day audience are invited to make a new interstellar neighbourhood in Albert Square on Sunday, 19 June.
The Mancunian Way will fully re-open on Wednesday 15 June at 6am.
New research has revealed that the overwhelming majority of night-time visitors to Manchester city centre feel safe.
A host of inspiring free events are taking place at Central Library during this year’s Manchester Histories Festival.
Jenny Baxter has today been announced as Project Director for Factory Manchester – the £110 million multi art form cultural project being developed in Manchester, opening in 2019.
Manchester residents are invited to take part in a new project which will see five of the city’s urban streams transformed from grot-spots into valuable assets for the whole community.
A free exhibition revealing the history of a coalmine which occupied the site where the Etihad Stadium stands today is to open at Beswick Library.
On 1 July thousands of the people who were involved in the Battle of the Somme will be personally remembered in a project launched in Manchester, as part of the national Somme commemorations.
The legendary Manchester Day creative studio – known as the WoW workshop – is now open and welcoming volunteers and artists as production begins on this year’s event.
Councillor Carl Austin-Behan is set to take up the chains of office when he becomes the new Lord Mayor of Manchester on Wednesday 18 May 2016.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester and local schoolchildren have officially opened four new stone entrances and a network of paths at Moston Brook.
A brand new charity set up to support youth and play services in Manchester promises to be a real game-changer for the city's children and young people.
A driver who went out to buy some underpants has been prosecuted for attempting to gain free parking by using his deceased mother’s blue badge.
The Homelessness Charter, developed by groups working alongside people affected by homelessness, with their voices at its core, is the city’s new approach to tackling homelessness.
A new temporary roof has been craned on to the medieval hall, protecting the building from the elements to allow the wooden sections of the property to dry out.
Manchester City Council has been named the Outstanding Local Authority of the Year at the UK Housing Awards 2016.
A British micro-artist whose tiny sculptures have been described as the eighth wonder of the world is to exhibit some of his finest work at Central Library.