Job seekers looking for a career change or a new challenge in the care sector will have the chance to meet care sector employers at Manchester’s Adult Social Care Recruitment event next week.
Steps are being put in place to improve the safety of women in Manchester’s night-time economy.
The long-anticipated Wythenshawe Cycle Hub construction works have finished, and the state-of-the-art infrastructure is now open for Mancunians of all ages and cycling abilities to enjoy.
Manchester City Council could soon be able to fine motorists who break the rules of the road if an upcoming consultation is successful.
Big screens are being put in place in Manchester city centre to enable members of the public who wish to join others in watching the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to do so.
Today Manchester City Council launched a library photo and video Exhibition to commemorate the life of the late Queen Elizabeth II and her visits to Manchester.
Heartfelt and moving messages left on a sea of flowers in St Ann's Square Manchester that have been growing daily since the announcement of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's death, are to be preserved for future generations as part of a special city archive that will also include the city's Books of Condolence.
Manchester will host range of events this week in tribute to the Queen – culminating in the state funeral next Monday (19 September).
The Lord Mayor of Manchester Cllr Donna Ludford welcomes the beginning of the reign of King Charles III following the Greater Manchester proclamation in St Peter's Square, Manchester.
The city leaders signed a book of condolence at Manchester Central Library and lay a wreath in St Ann's Square in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.
A report to the Council’s Environment and Climate Change Scrutiny Committee (Thurs 8 Sept) sets out the Council’s commitment to retrofitting the city’s housing to low carbon standard.
Manchester City Council has launched its Cultural Partnership grants programme, offering funding of up to £40,000 per year for cultural organisations in Manchester.
A refreshed Climate Change Action Plan charting progress and next steps in the Council’s mission to halve its own direct emissions by 2025 will be considered by councillors this month.
Manchester City Council is warning that without extra Government support it is on course to overspend its budget for this financial year by around £20m.
Manchester’s planning committee has approved an application for 128 new homes in Ancoats – the first development by the Council’s This City housing company to be given the green light.
The long-anticipated repairs to the Grade II listed Wythenshawe Hall, situated in Wythenshawe Park, have been completed.
The voluntary and community sector is being encouraged to apply for grant funding when the new round of Our Manchester Voluntary and Community Sector (OMVCS) grants programme launches tomorrow.
Students at schools across Manchester have celebrated their first post-pandemic GCSE results day today after sitting their exams before schools broke up for summer.
A trial six-month closure of the streets surrounding Cutting Room Square is set to be trialled, beginning this week (Friday 26 August).
A free event that will celebrate the history of Manchester’s Caribbean Carnival is coming to Central Library this week (27 August).
Students at schools and colleges across Manchester have received their A Level, BTEC and other vocational exam results today after sitting their first set of public exams before the summer.
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.
A ceremony will take place on Saturday, August 6 to commemorate the 77th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
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.