A van which was used to fly-tip waste in the Longsight area has been seized and crushed by Manchester City Council, following a successful investigation.
Planning applications have been submitted for the project to refurbish, partially restore and upgrade Manchester’s iconic town hall building.
Manchester City Council responds to the attack on London Bridge today.
Tens of thousands of pounds has been donated to two incredibly worthy Manchester Charities following a council expedition earlier this year to scale England, Scotland and Wales’ three highest peaks.
With more than £8bn set to be spent over Black Friday and Cyber Monday the public are being reminded to shop savvy and avoid online scams.
A scheme to tackle a notorious pinch point on one of Manchester’s major traffic routes is set to begin in January 2020, after a public consultation exercise revealed broad support for its aims.
Designers have been appointed to produce the memorial for the 22 May 2017 Manchester Arena attack.
A planning application detailing proposals which would make Manchester’s Albert Square one of the finest civic spaces in Europe has now been submitted.
Manchester City Council’s Strategic Director of Growth and Development Eddie Smith is to leave the organisation in April 2020 after 20 years.
With Manchester’s Zippy Santa still fresh in the memory, the city’s new giant Santa has arrived.
Parents of children due to start in reception class at primary school next September are reminded they only have until 15th January to apply for their child’s place.
We’re making a list. We’re checking it twice. We’re going to find out who’s on the Electoral Register.
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.