A brand-new Family Hub, described as a 'win-win' for the local area, and offering support and advice to families and young people through to early adulthood, has opened in Wythenshawe.
Manchester residents are being asked their views on new proposals to increase Council Tax Support for the city’s poorest working-age households.
Manchester City Council has paid tribute to its older residents on the UN International Day for Older People.
All 4-year-olds in Manchester are being given a helping hand this September to find their 'superpowers' in a bid to give the city's youngsters a leg up and help make a positive difference to their lives.
Manchester libraries will host a festival of events to honour our city’s pioneering Black women.
Manchester City Council Leader Cllr Bev Craig and Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham have sent an urgent joint letter to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak about the future of HS2.
It has been one year since Manchester City Council launched its Women’s Night-time Safety Charter.
Manchester City Council’s Executive has approved plans that would provide additional support to the Hackney Carriage trade.
Works will begin today on the next section of the Chorlton to Manchester Cycleway.
Manchester Central Library Development trust secures funding to support new dual language book gifting initiative
Manchester Central Library Development trust has secured £8,000 to support an initiative that aims to reflect the city’s diverse communities and, ensure all can experience the benefits of reading.
A Council-led plan to create hundreds of new public electric vehicle charging points across Manchester is gathering pace.
The Velodrome at the National Cycling Centre reopened this weekend after £27 million of works to improve its facilities and green credentials – becoming the UK’s first all-electric Velodrome.
All areas of the National Cycling Centre have benefitted from the major investment from Manchester City Council, Sport England and Central Government.
Manchester City Council has formally submitted a bid on behalf of the city of Manchester to become the ACES European Capital of Cycling for 2024.
The planning application to completely re-develop the former Chorlton Leisure site as an affordable later living housing scheme has been approved by the planning committee today (Thurs 31 Aug).
Thousands of social housing tenants are set to receive transformational investment in their Council-owned homes through to 2025/2026.
A new exhibition at Manchester Central Library is set to showcase for the first time in one place visually striking adverts created by commercial artists in the twentieth century to promote Manchester Ship Canal and the Port of Manchester around the world.
As the summer draws to a close and children get ready for their return to school, bosses at Manchester Adult Education Service are reaching out to adults across the city to remind them that learning is for everyone no matter what your age.
Abraham Moss Library and Leisure Centre reopened on 12 August, following the completion of its multi-million investment from Manchester City Council.
Students at schools across Manchester have collected their GCSE results today, their achievements coming off the back of repeated lockdowns and other disruptions to their education during Covid.
Parks, cemeteries and green spaces across the city have received the coveted Green Flag Award.
Manchester City Council is showing solidarity with the people of Ukraine by celebrating Ukrainian Independence Day on the 24 August.
With interest in the Women's FIFA World Cup now at fever pitch as the Lionesses prepare for the tournament Final against Spain on Sunday, football fans will be able to watch the match live on big screens in Manchester's Piccadilly Gardens.
Students at schools and colleges across Manchester have received their A level, BTEC and other vocational exam results today after sitting their first ever set of public exams.
Manchester's Adult Education Service (MAES) has been given the thumbs up by government inspectors for its inclusive and ambitious curriculum, high quality education and training, and passionate leaders.
A work and skills fair is coming to Heaton Park.
During Plastic Free July, Manchester City Council embarked on a programme to advance and promote its ambitious commitment to eradicating avoidable single-use plastics by 2024.
The results of a national survey have found Manchester to be the most digitally inclusive city in the UK.
A design team has been appointed to develop plans to create a world class space in the area centred around Piccadilly Gardens.
The Council are hosting and supporting a number of events across the city to mark South Asian Heritage Month and to celebrate Manchester's South Asian communities.
The first tranche of 69 low carbon homes for social rent on Silk Street in Newton Heath have been completed and passed to the first new residents.