Manchester City Council

News published July 2016

Talking Digital with Matthew Kendall, founder of airTeem®

For many small businesses, the costs associated with being able to access some of the industry’s most useful tools can be high - and this can prevent companies from reaching their full potential.

Manchester steps up crackdown on ‘meet and greet’ airport parking cowboys

The council and Manchester Airport are urging holidaymakers to beware of a series of companies who are advertising ‘secure’ meet-and-greet airport parking.

Ten great things to do in Manchester this summer

Manchester’s parks, libraries, galleries and sports venues are all hosting a wealth of activities for the whole family throughout the summer months.

Mancunians invited to join in budget conversation

Manchester City Council has invited people in the city to join in with a conversation about its budget for 2017-20.

Renewed backing for Manchester's Euro Youth Capital bid

Manchester's youngsters have reiterated their determination to build links with Europe through a bid to become European Youth Capital 2019 following the national referendum vote to leave the EU.

E-read all about it! Free digital magazines on offer for Greater Manchester library users

Library users who want a store of great holiday reads which won’t fill up their suitcase are invited to try Zinio.

Manchester shows solidarity with the people of Nice

Manchester is showing its sympathy and solidarity with the people of France following the terror attack in Nice on 14 July.

Company fined nearly £50,000 after a forklift truck accident caused a fatal injury

A Manchester company has been fined almost £50,000 following an accident at their warehouse, which lead to the death of an employee.

New social work jobs created as council agrees extra £10m funding

Proposals given the green light this week will see more than £10m extra cash ploughed into children's services in Manchester over the next five years to fund new social work jobs.

Sofa-dumping shisha café stung with £10,500 penalty for fly-tipping

A Rusholme company has been ordered to pay £10,500, after being caught fly-tipping sofas by Manchester City Council.

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