People who live in Manchester are being asked for their views on where they vote.
It's blast-off time for an out-of-this-world adventure at Manchester libraries as this year's Summer Reading Challenge 'Space Chase' gets underway.
Construction work is underway on Manchester’s £20m Civic Quarter Heat Network, after the first pipe was ceremonially placed in the ground by Manchester City Council and Vital Energi.
Pupils from Manchester schools are coming together for a special summit, to have their concerns heard on climate change and learn about what they can do to help the city become zero-carbon by 2038.
A motion asking Manchester City Council to formally declare a ‘climate emergency’ was unanimously agreed today, Wednesday 10 July.
Councils across England and Wales have been chosen to pilot a scheme that will help local authorities recover unpaid Council Tax - currently costing local authorities 10s of millions every year.
An award presented to the people of Greater Manchester in recognition of their response to the Manchester Arena attack is to go on a tour of libraries across the region.
A section of Piccadilly Gardens will be sown with reinforced hybrid turf designed to withstand tough conditions, as part of wider works to maintain the grassed areas in the public square.
Manchester City Council paid tribute to members of our country’s armed forces, past and present, during the commemoration of Armed Forces Day on Saturday June 29.
The deadline to make a nomination in this year's Manchester Culture Awards has been extended by a week following pleas by cultural organisations and others for more time.
The proposal to provide £4.2m for the Northern and Eastern Gateway scheme will be considered for approval at this month’s Greater Manchester Combined Authority meeting, on Friday 28 June.
Manchester’s much-loved Christmas Markets will return to Albert Square this year despite planned works to improve the square.
Manchester City Council has selected regeneration and construction group Galliford Try Partnerships to deliver 75 new affordable council homes in the north of the city.
Ten years in and still going strong this year’s Manchester Day was once again a triumphant success scoring top marks with the thousands of people who flocked to enjoy it.
Local people are being asked for their input on Manchester’s first multi-service health and community hub planned for Gorton.
A new pilot scheme which aims to boost air quality in school playgrounds located next to major roads is set to launch in Manchester.
A brand new strategy that takes a multi-agency approach to promoting inclusion and preventing exclusion from the city’s schools is up for discussion this week.
Manchester City Council has outlined its ambition to be accredited as a Living Wage Employer by the Living Wage Foundation (LWF) in a report to the Resources and Governance Scrutiny Committee. (Tues, 18 June 2019).
Leaders of councils throughout the North of England have sent a joint letter to the Conservative leadership contenders urging them to commit to the delivery of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.
In yet another Manchester Day first, an official event market will see some Manchester makers bring their creations to Exchange Square on Sunday 23 June.
Their reputation proceeds them as purveyors of the finest food offerings in the region…
The Manchester Day photography prize is one of the most hotly contested competitions of the year and the decision to choose the top picture is always passionately debated by the judges.
A decade since the first event, Manchester Day returns this weekend (Sunday 23 June) celebrating this year’s theme: 10 out of 10.
A brand new multi-lingual poem incorporating an incredible 64 different languages and written mostly by school children, takes pride of place from this week in Manchester Central Library for the next year.
A new pedestrian and cycle zone is to be introduced during weekend evenings on one of the city centre's busiest streets.
36,000 children in more than 100 schools across Manchester are set to join forces this month for the city’s first-ever mass Readathon, which will also bring the power of stories to Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.
A shisha cafe in Rusholme which routinely breached the Health Act and where Manchester City Council staff were routinely threatened has been forced to close.
Business owners are urged to check whether or not they could reduce the amount they pay after new business rate relief rules came into effect on 1 April this year.
Make your very own hat for Manchester’s big day out and join in the People’s Procession
Preparatory work for a major scheme to transform Great Ancoats Street into a tree-lined boulevard with better facilities for people travelling on foot, on bike, or by car is set to begin next week.