Care support services in the city are to receive a major boost with an enhanced advice and support service being set up to help carers in Manchester, the city's unsung heroes.
The real gift of this year’s new Christmas Lights in Manchester city centre is that they are largely biodegradable and have been made from recycled materials.
A new project telling some of the countless fascinating personal stories connected to Manchester Town Hall has been launched.
Deansgate was transformed this evening into the city’s biggest pop venue to celebrate the annual Christmas Lights Switch-on show.
Details of the confirmed candidates standing in the five Manchester parliamentary constituencies in the General Election on Thursday 12 December have been published.
The winners of this year's prestigious Manchester Culture Awards were announced over the weekend at a special awards ceremony hosted by Jennie McAlpine and Ria Meera Munshi.
The first phase of the new walking and cycling route from Manchester city centre to Chorlton has started today (Monday 11 November).
The forthcoming General Election will shape the future of the country and as the campaign gets underway Manchester residents are being urged to make sure they can vote.
Today (Monday 11 November) Manchester City Council can announce its successful accreditation as a Living Wage Employer by the national Living Wage Foundation (LWF).
The Factory Manchester - major construction milestone reached as Manchester named second most creative city in Europe
This week sees a significant milestone in the construction of The Factory, the landmark new cultural venue, currently being developed in Manchester city centre.
An attempt to swindle almost £40,000 through a fraudulent Right to Buy application has seen a Greater Manchester Woman narrowly avoid prison.
A range of recommendations around the Council’s social housing allocation policy will be scrutinised this week (Weds, 6 November).
The major works to improve capacity and decreased congestion on Regent Road have now been finished.
The streets of Manchester will fall silent as the city remembers the fallen of past conflicts during the annual Remembrance Sunday commemoration.
This year’s Manchester International Festival was the biggest yet, with more than 1,000 ticketed events drawing record numbers and delivering an economic impact of £50m - up from £40.2m in 2017.
The outcome of the public consultation on a potential new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) to support a safe, clean and welcoming Manchester city centre has been published.
Parents who have children due to start secondary school next September now have only have days left to apply for their child's school place
Manchester City Council has today (Monday 28 October) begun a four-week public consultation to review the city’s strategy around Private Rented Sector Housing.
The stars of stage, screen and the music world will descend upon the city on Thursday 14 November to celebrate Christmas in Manchester.
It will be Christmas before we know it...
Actor and libraries champion Stephen Fry is the latest star to take over the PA at Manchester Central Library.
As important to the festive season as tinsel and wrapping paper, the design for this year’s Christmas Market mug has been released.
The North West Construction Hub (NWCH) have announced that Manchester City Council's new Small Works Construction Framework is now live.
This year has seen another massive response to the call-out for nominations for the Manchester Culture Awards and the finalists can now be revealed.
A man from Gorton has been convicted of two offences of fly-tipping, thanks to evidence supplied to Manchester City Council by local residents.
A community-led project which aims to create the most cycling and walking-friendly area in Greater Manchester has picked up a prestigious award at a national summit.
Details of how the Council is responding to its declaration of a climate emergency will be heard by councillors on a new group set up to scrutinise actions.
A giant book club is about to take over the North West - and you're invited to join.
A report will be heard by the Council’s executive this week (Weds 16 October) to agree the disposal of land in east Manchester to housing provider One Manchester to be used for new social housing.
"I would like to thank Mancunians for responding to this situation with the resilience, calm good sense and solidarity which we have come to expect."