Next week work will begin to make the busy Brooks Bar junction in South Manchester safer and more accessible for cyclists and pedestrians.
Manchester is showing its solidarity with the people of Ukraine by celebrating their Independence Day with a host of events – as well as lighting up buildings in the city centre.
Whilst most pupils have put away their schoolbooks for the summer, pupils in Manchester who are due to move up to high school in September are being encouraged to get them out again.
The BBC has announced that Manchester has progressed to the next stage of the selection process and shortlisted as a Eurovision host city for 2023.
An exhibition tracing the story of Wythenshawe during the twentieth century will be held at Manchester Central Library this August.
A ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 6 to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Wrong solution for HS2 in Manchester would damage the whole of the North, say Greater Manchester leaders
GREATER Manchester Leaders are today [Thursday 4 August] calling for an urgent rethink of plans to bring HS2 to Manchester, warning that the wrong solution could damage the North for generations.
Manchester City Council, in collaboration with local communities and youth groups, are organising events to celebrate South Asian communities and the contribution they have made to Manchester.
A £20m bid for Levelling Up funding to jump start the transformation of Wythenshawe town centre has been submitted to the government by Manchester City Council.
Capacity at the fan-zone in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens is to be doubled and a second screen added for Sunday's Final between England's Lionesses and Germany, to give as many people as possible the chance to enjoy the big match action.
As part of Our Year 2022, Manchester City Council have organised a day jam-packed full of free activities and opportunities for children to enjoy next Wednesday 3 August at Whitworth Park.
Six of Manchester’s parks and cemeteries have won the prestigious Green Flag Award. Heaton Park, Alexandra Park, Blackley, Southern, Gorton & Philips Park cemeteries have all won Green Flag awards.
All roads lead to Alexandra park this year as one of the biggest events in Manchester’s cultural calendar celebrates its 50th anniversary with a star studded line-up.
Paul Dennett, Chair of Greater Manchester Integrated Care Partnership Board and Deputy Mayor for Greater Manchester, announced the city-region has joined the Partnership for Healthy Cities – a prestigious global network committed to saving lives by preventing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, and chronic lung disease.
New plans show the majority of Stevenson Square in the Northern Quarter will be permanently pedestrianised as a result of the latest consultation.
Visitors to Philips Park Cemetery in north Manchester will be able to step back in time thanks to the historical sleuth work of the Friends of Philips Park Cemetery.
Manchester City Council has been named Council of the Year at the prestigious LGC (Local Government Chronicle) Awards.
Award winning street food champions GRUB, in partnership with Manchester City Council, will be bringing their travelling food festival to Wythenshawe every month starting this week on Saturday 23 July
A rabbit’s warren of counterfeit shops has been uncovered and closed down as part of a long-running fight against the fake goods trade.
Victoria North – Planning application approved to transform brownfield land and unlock thousands of homes in Red Bank
Planning approval has been agreed for a City Council application that will invest in the crucial infrastructure for the development new housing and City River Park in Red Bank – one of the first phases of the major Victoria North regeneration area.
A new report sets out the changes to HS2 plans which the Council believes are essential to maximise their benefits for Manchester and the North – and to prevent or minimise less desirable impacts.
Some 40 new social homes will be created in Manchester under plans to grant a development lease on a Council-owned site to a registered social housing provider.
The key elements of an update to Manchester’s Climate Change Framework 2020-25 will be presented to a council scrutiny committee on Thursday 21 July.
A funding package of more than £30m has been agreed by Manchester City Council for the revitalisation of the public realm in Ancoats and associated infrastructure.
A brand new high school to be run by Dixons Academies Trust and serving the local community in and around Newall Green and Wythenshawe is set to open next September 2023.
On 17 July Lord Mayor Donna Ludford and, leader of Manchester City Council, Bev Craig will abseil off a 26-storey building in Castlefield – a 270ft drop- to raise money for We LoveMCR Charity.
The husband-and-wife owners of a café which once hosted nearly 30 customers during lockdown and repeatedly flouted Covid-19 restrictions have found themselves in Court charged with further offences.
The summer’s annual reading challenge was launched today at Central Library with a group of young children from St Anne's R C Primary School and local illustrator, Ian Morris.
Baby Week is on the horizon and Manchester City Council is hosting events across the city to celebrate and promote the importance of a child’s early life.
A brand-new work and skills strategy for the city to help ensure that everyone living in Manchester, regardless of their age or background, reaches their full potential in life and work and can share in the city's success, has been approved this week by the council's Executive.