News published December 2014
Manchester Art Gallery has given a painting to Beswick Library on a three year, long-term loan by local, little known artist, Harry Kingsley.
The world famous Manchester Christmas Markets call closing time on their record breaking run this weekend – but deals could be struck with a bonus final day on Monday, 22 December.
The University of Manchester and the real estate and infrastructure unit of the Abu Dhabi-based Mubadala Development Company today announce a £175m, three-phase student village development on the Owens Park site on the University’s Fallowfield Campus.
Community pharmacists across Manchester are set to take the pressure off busy GPs this winter by offering a minor ailments service - which includes colds and flu advice.
London Road Fire Station: city council looks to accelerate development of landmark building through CPO
Manchester City Council’s Executive will be asked to approve the making of a second compulsory purchase order on the London Road Fire Station in a bid to ensure the building is bought back in to use.
Metrolink customers will be able to make a new kind of connection in future as part of a £1.7 million deal to roll out free wifi on every tram.
Two men who were spotted dropping litter in the city centre have been ordered to pay a total of more than £750.
new venue has been found for vulnerable and elderly adults – just days after a huge fire that destroyed their day centre.
A trader who was caught selling illegal tobacco has been ordered to pay a total of nearly £2,000.
Known as the original, biggest and best Christmas Markets in the UK, Manchester Christmas Markets have now been voted as one of the best in Europe by the European Best Destinations organisation.