Manchester City Council

News published November 2014

New major public artwork revealed in east Manchester

A sculpture by renowned international contemporary artist Ryan Gander has been unveiled as part of the Beswick community hub in east Manchester.

Consultation launched on 2015-17 budget options

The council has launched the main consultation on its 2015-17 budget options, along with a number of individual consultations on specific elements.

Illegal fly-poster to pay over £1,000

A make up academy has been ordered to pay a total of £1030 after being prosecuted for fly-posting.

No Insurance driver handed penalty points and £775 bill

The driver of a licensed private hire vehicle has been ordered to pay a total of £775 and handed six penalty points after being prosecuted for driving without insurance.

Grants for groups to help end hate crime

Manchester residents who want to help end hate crime are being asked to apply for grants to hold their own events next year.

New play celebrates one hundred years of Chorlton Library

A special play has been written to celebrate the centenary of Chorlton Library.

Top marks for hygiene at Christmas market

Every food stall at Manchester’s Christmas market has been awarded the highest food hygiene rating possible.

On the spot fines handed to 250 litter bugs

Around 250 people who have been caught dropping litter in Manchester city centre have been slapped with on the spot fines in the first few weeks of a major crackdown.

Moss Side doc brings new remedy for same-day appointments system

A GP practice in Moss Side had come up with a new way to meet demand for same-day appointments.

Live Q & A for all schools with Professor Brian Cox as he talks about the future of scientific discovery with Chorlton High School pupils

Schools across Manchester were given the chance to question physicist and astronomer Professor Brian Cox OBE, when he visited Chorlton High School to talk about the future of scientific discovery.

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