Leader of the Council Sir Richard Leese responds to the announcement that Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has died this morning.
Two large scale Covid-19 vaccination clinics will be running at the Manchester Central Mosque during the first two weekends in April.
The Council's focus on action to help tackle climate change is being boosted with changes to one of its scrutiny committees.
One-to-one calls, in native tongue, to be offered in Manchester for those most at risk from Coronavirus
Communities are being supported through Covid chats in a person's first language.
The second tranche of the Brownfield Housing Fund (BHF) - via GMCA - will include five new homes sites in Manchester, representing a significant affordable homes investment in the city.
Manchester City Council has agreed to top up the hardship funding after £101k was distributed to the city’s unpaid carers last year alone as part of the Covid-19 emergency response.
People who live and work in Wythenshawe are invited to share their views on the latest proposals to boost cycling and walking in the area.
Public consultation is launching today (Friday 26 March) on plans to create a better and more accessible route for walking and cycling between key Manchester city centre transport hubs.
Manchester City Council is set to invest around £100,000 in a refurbishment for the children’s library based at Central Library.
69 new low carbon homes will be built on Silk Street in Newton Heath bringing a long-term brownfield site back into use.
Manchester City Council is asking the public to help shape the future of the city centre’s much-loved Stevenson Square.
Work on the next phase of the Manchester to Chorlton walking and cycling route is set to get underway next month.
How a unique Manchester scheme contacted positive cases post haste
Manchester Central Library will be lit up in the colours of the Bangladesh flag today to mark 50 years since the country gained independence.
One year on from the forced closure of theatres and other cultural venues, a council report spells out the value of culture to the city and what the impact of the pandemic has been on Manchester's world-class cultural scene.
Thousands of children and young people in Manchester will be able to take part in a programme of holiday activities over Easter that is targeted at those who receive free school meals.
Public consultation on a new resident parking scheme for Rusholme and Moss Side opens from today (Thursday 25 March).
Proposals to deliver the UK’s first purpose built and co-produced LGBT+ older person’s housing scheme are moving forward as Anchor Hanover has been chosen as preferred parter to deliver the scheme.
The City Council and housing provider One Manchester have successfully bid for £3.12m from the Government’s Social Housing Decarbonisation fund to retrofit 164 social homes to low carbon standards.
Brand new accommodation to support families who have become homeless is opening this week in south Manchester.
Manchester City Council is set to launch a £960,000 fund to help improve local parks across the city and is asking local community groups to come forward with their ideas for new projects.
Council renews its commitment to help children and young people affected by Brexit immigration changes
The Council has renewed its promise to help young people living in Manchester affected by Brexit immigration changes.
Update on the status of unpaid carers eligible for the Covid-19 jab.
Work starts today, Wednesday 24 March 2021, to construct the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack.
Oak trees have been planted in Manchester’s cemeteries to remember people who have died in the Covid-19 pandemic and those who have helped protect the city.
One year since the country went into the first national lockdown Manchester City Council is reflecting on 12 months which have remade the fabric of society.
The Brunswick Village Extra Care scheme will include 60 new social rent homes for older people - and the first residents will begin moving in next month.
Manchester City Council will light up Central Library in solidarity with cities around the country making a stand against racism this weekend.
Thousands of children to benefit from food vouchers and extra support in Manchester over Easter and May holidays
Around 39,000 children and their families in Manchester are set to benefit from a helping hand over the next few weeks to make sure children don't go hungry over the school Easter holidays and May half term.
Faith Leaders in Manchester make special film of hope - and give their 'blessing' to Covid vaccine and testing
Faith leaders across Manchester have come together in a special message of hope and unity to the people of Manchester - along with addressing key points around the Covid vaccine and testing.