This year’s Holocaust Memorial Day has encouraged Mancunians to ‘stand together’ in solidarity against all forms of division.
Work to improve a section of Stockport Road (A6) in the Longsight area is due to get underway on Monday 3 February.
What does Manchester’s Gay Village mean to you? Council commissions review of historic neighbourhood
The City Council has commissioned a review of the Gay Village to fully understand what the area means to local people, visitors and local businesses to inform how it can be protected in the future.
Manchester City Council has sent a letter of support to it's Chinese sister city, Wuhan, following an outbreak of Coronavirus.
January 2020 will see a new way for the residents of Manchester to learn about the decisions which are shaping the city.
Ofsted have today (Tuesday 21 January 2020) published the findings of their most recent visit to Manchester children’s services.
More than 300 pupils from schools across Manchester gathered for a special summit to have their concerns heard and develop new ideas for action on the issue of climate change.
Work to fix a well-known pinch point on one of Manchester’s major traffic routes is set to begin on Monday January 27.
Manchester City Council has been named as one of the first local authority ‘early adopters’ of the Hackitt Review’s recommendations for building safety.
A trader who sold fake jewellery on the weekends in an attempt to evade Trading Standards has been stung by fines and court costs totalling more than £10,000.
Councillor Luthfur Rahman, Manchester City Council's Executive Member for Skills Culture and Leisure has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award recognising his work as a champion of the arts.
Plans for Manchester City Council’s once-in-a-lifetime project to refurbish, partially restore and upgrade the city’s iconic Town Hall have been approved.
The overarching plan that sets out the key guidelines for all development across the city will be subject of a major review by the City Council.
Landscape architects have been appointed to produce concept designs for improvements to Piccadilly Gardens and its surrounds.
Response and apology from Joanne Roney, Chief Executive of Manchester City Council, to the findings of the Assurance Review of Operation Augusta report.
Work to create an innovative "CYCLOPS" junction as part of the new Manchester to Chorlton walking and cycling route is due to start on Monday.
A family-owned business in Fallowfield has been fined more than £1,000 after being found guilty of selling a knife to a 14-year-old child.
A new army of eight gritters is set to hit Manchester’s streets - and after being invited to name the salt-spreading machines, Mancunians didn’t need a second invitation.
Work on the Great Ancoats Street improvement scheme is set to start on Monday 13 January.
A meeting of Manchester City Council’s Executive will act on proposals that will enshrine the principles of Martyn’s Law into future regulations to ensure the safety of all Manchester residents.
A statement from Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, Cllr Nigel Murphy.
A statement from Cllr Sue Murphy following the death of Clayton and Openshaw councillor, Andy Harland.
Details of Manchester City Council’s budget options for 2020/21 have been published today ahead of them being considered by councillors early in the new year.
The 1919 Addison Act sparked the first major wave of social housing in the UK. 100 years on, a new exhibition celebrates the home building that housed generations of Manchester people.
A report detailing proposals to change the way bus services are delivered in Greater Manchester - including proposals to introduce a Bus Franchising Scheme - has been heard by Manchester City Council.
Plans to boost Manchester city centre’s walking and cycling infrastructure have today (Thursday 19 December) been published, to allow the public to have their say.
Manchester City Council has pledged to continue its support for Manchester's Armed Forces community and has outlined its plans to support current and ex-service personnel and their families in a report to the council’s Executive committee (Thursday 19 December).
Members will be asked to agree the sale of a piece of land to a Manchester housing provider so it can be used for social housing at a meeting of the executive this week (Thurs, 19 December).
Figures have been released on the number of people sleeping rough in Greater Manchester during 2019.
Manchester City Council’s Executive will be updated on the latest progress towards Manchester’s zero-carbon goal, through a report to be discussed on Thursday 19 December.