News published December 2013
The beloved Christmas Market mugs have sold out in record time as more than 100,000 revellers take their mugs home as a memento of their visit.
Manchester Town Hall is to be lit in the colours of the South African flag as the world mourns the loss of Nelson Mandela.
Learners and inspectors alike have praised Manchester Adult Education Service (MAES), which is successfully giving local people the skills and confidence they need to secure sustainable employment.
East Manchester schools have chosen Sunny Lowry, the first woman to swim the channel, to be immortalised in the name of a new road.
A new website designed to showcase Manchester’s rich history is now live.
A series of ambitious targets for a more prosperous and self-sustaining Greater Manchester are published in the new Greater Manchester Strategy.
A magnificent portrait of Emmeline Pankhurst is to take pride of place in the Rates Hall in Manchester Town Hall.
Manchester residents and visitors are being invited to sign a book of condolence which has been opened following the death of Nelson Mandela.
The Housing Investment Fund is a ground-breaking home building model that uses available development land owned by Manchester City Council while an investor finances the build, delivering 241 homes.
Local schools will present to a panel of judges at the Etihad Stadium who they think should be immortalised in East Manchester.