Published on 27/09/2007 by email@example.com
Whenever we have a big event, we always have to assess it very carefully afterwards to work out if it was successful, and if it achieved what we hoped. The Manchester International Festival in June and July was probably the most daring of our recent projects.
Published on 26/09/2007 by firstname.lastname@example.org
At the risk of sounding like Bridget Jones, I leave the Labour party conference with a personal tally. Government ministers - eight; Speeches delivered - three; Pints of beer - several; Cups of tea - hundreds.
Published on 25/09/2007 by email@example.com
By lunchtime in Bournemouth, I've managed to catch up with three Government ministers to continue conversations about the most important projects we want to develop.
Published on 24/09/2007 by firstname.lastname@example.org
To Bournemouth for the Labour Party Annual Conference 2007, the first Conference with Gordon Brown as Prime Minister. I'll be interested to see how Bournemouth is shaping up as a host city for this sort of major event.
Published on 21/09/2007 by email@example.com
The Town Hall was overtaken today by squads of boxing fans who were here to see Ricky Hatton square up on home turf to his next opponent Floyd Mayweather Junior. The two will fight each other in Las Vegas on December 8, and this was a promotional tour to
Published on 20/09/2007 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Good news for Manchester and our plans to create 3,000 jobs in the east of the city in a huge LeisureCity anchored by a regional casino. Those plans are now being reviewed by Gordon Brown.
Published on 19/09/2007 by email@example.com
Tonight I've met our new intake of eight graduate trainees - youngsters who have won jobs with the city council and who are going to become key managers in the future.
Published on 18/09/2007 by firstname.lastname@example.org
We had a visit today from councillors and officers from Waltham Forest, one of the London boroughs that will help to host the Olympics in 2012. They are keen to learn as much as possible about Manchester's experiences of the Commonwealth Games.