The annual Walk for Women will return to the streets of Manchester in celebration of strong and inspirational women for International Women’s Day.
A new plan for Chorlton’s district centre is being considered by the Council - and local people and businesses are urged to give their feedback.
Manchester City Council has met all the requirements of the Royal British Legion's (RBL) Credit their Service campaign removing the final hurdle for veterans and service personnel needing to apply for means tested benefits in the city.
In the coming weeks a section of Princess Road is set to be fully resurfaced.
Manchester has been officially recognised today as a UNESCO City of Lifelong Learning, in recognition of the city's efforts to make lifelong learning a reality for all.
Manchester is celebrating the Year of the Dragon this weekend with a weekend of activities that include the return of the legendary Dragon Parade that will weave its way through the city streets on Sunday.
The process to fill the roles of City Treasurer and Director of Public Health roles is underway following announcements that long-term postholders will be leaving the Council.
69 low carbon homes for social rent have now been completed and residents have been welcomed to their new homes on Silk Street in north Manchester.
The Generator, a new enterprise hub in the city centre, has opened to provide businesses and freelancers with affordable and flexible workspace as well as free access to business information support.
In 2015 the Our Manchester Strategy was developed – a 10-year plan based on how Mancunians wanted to see our city grow.
Report spells out economic and wider benefits of last year's Manchester International Festival and successful opening season for Aviva Studios
A report to the council's Economy and Regeneration Scrutiny Committee (6 February) reveals that last summer's Manchester International Festival attracted over 325,000 visitors to the city and generated £39.2m of economic activity.
Ten new, semi-mature trees will soon adorn Albert Square as work continues to enhance this much-loved Manchester public square and make it one of the finest civic spaces in Europe.
Manchester City Council’s Executive will consider budget proposals for 2024/25 when it meets on Wednesday 14 February.
Pedestrian-friendly plans on how to improve the A34 Salford to Cooper Street corridor are set to go out for public consultation.
Manchester's bid to be recognised as a UNICEF Child Friendly City saw children take over the Town Hall this week to announce their priorities for the city, following the biggest consultation with children and young people the city has ever seen.
Pedal Power! Manchester celebrates European Capital of Cycling triumph as programme of events gets into gear
2024 is officially the year to get on your bike as Manchester gets into gear as the European Capital of Cycling.
Major funding bids will help build 3,380 new homes in Manchester – including 1,761 genuinely affordable homes – following successful submissions to GMCA’s Brownfield Housing Fund.
Government funding has been secured to upgrade two public spaces in Withington Village and local residents and businesses can now have their say on the proposals.
Major investment at Ancoats Green is now underway to create a much-improved city centre park space as part of the closing chapter of the regeneration of Ancoats that began more than 20 years ago.
Greater Manchester’s oldest surviving archive collection has been saved for posterity by Manchester City Council.
The potential budget gap facing Manchester City Council in 2024/25 has increased to £5m following receipt of the Government’s funding settlement.
A consultation is now open to gather local views on the plans to deliver a new cultural hub within the former Co-operative department store as part of the transformation of Wythenshawe Civic Centre.
Time is running out for nominations to be made for this year's Youth Buzz Awards, with just one week left to shine a light on a young person and nominate them for the annual awards that celebrate young people in Manchester and their achievements.
The Council is in late-stage negotiations to begin the redevelopment of part of the former retail park by the Government Property Agency (GPA) to develop a new low carbon office destination.
Lane closures are planned along the motorway, as well as on two footbridges as the safety works take place.
Chief Executive of Manchester City Council Joanne Roney has been made a CBE in the King's New Year's Honour List for services to local government.
The popular Northenden Community Library will open in a new home in St Wilfrid's Church Hall in the New Year.
Manchester Libraries have secured funding to create 3D walkthrough tours of all 22 Manchester Library venues.
A spectacular end-of-the-year firework display is set to once again light up the night sky over Manchester, with the city's first New Year's Eve firework celebration event since Covid set to take place on Sunday 31 December to say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new.
Manchester City Council is reminding residents that due to the bank holidays over Christmas and New Year that everyone's bins collections days will change during the two-week festive period.