Manchester City Council has called for the government to help bridge a looming funding gap for local parks and green spaces.
The way in which carers can access information, help and support has been brought together under the umbrella of Manchester Carers Pathway.
A plan setting out how Manchester will emerge reinvigorated from the economic shock of the Covid-19 pandemic – and other challenges such as the uncertainties of Brexit – is published today (Wednesday
A £9m scheme to radically improve a major city centre junction for all road users has reached a new milestone.
"Our leisure facilities will reopen to the public on Wednesday 2 December and we will provide further details as soon as guidance is issued to us by government.
The campaign to protect Mancunians from seasonal flu this winter is making significant progress with more than 80,000 people vaccinated so far.
Issued by Manchester Climate Change Agency
A consultation around proposals for future development of Withington Village will start this week and local people have the chance to have their say on the plans.
Libraries in Manchester are continuing to provide vital access to books, the internet and online family activities, despite the country going into a second lockdown.
Gardening Great Granny Dena Murphy is certainly no stranger to making things bloom on her north Manchester allotment.
Kevin Lowry has been named the Director of Housing at the Council following a year filling the position in an interim capacity.
Act now and get advice early, that is the message that Manchester City Council wants to highlight to residents who are having trouble paying rent or having tenancy-related issues this winter.
The national lockdown means the Christmas Light Switch-on with NHS key workers will be postponed until restrictions are lifted across England.
The Government has announced a range of financial support grants to help businesses impacted during local and national lockdowns.
In March this year Manchester City Council along with the private and third sector joined together to fight hunger and provide access to basic essentials for residents in Manchester.
Work to knock down the free-standing part of the Piccadilly Gardens wall will begin this month, it has been confirmed.
England gone back into full national lockdown today (00:01 Thursday 5 November) and a range of support is available to Manchester people who need help.
The way social homes are allocated to residents on the housing register has changed to make sure the system supports those who need a new home most.
A draft strategic regeneration framework (SRF) for the North Manchester Health Campus will be heard by the Council’s economy scrutiny committee next week (Weds 5 November – and Exec 11 November)
Residents, businesses and local organisations are asked to give their views on development proposals for the Manchester Fort Shopping Park in Cheetham Hill.
A businessman who tried to dodge responsibility when caught selling potentially dangerous items has been fined thousands of pounds.
Papers outlining how Manchester City Council intends to address a budget shortfall of up to £105m for 2021/22 are published today (Thursday 29 October 2020.)
Manchester’s annual Remembrance Sunday will look very different this year, due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Manchester City Council has successfully bid for government funding, which will help to secure accommodation for some of the most vulnerable people currently homeless in the city.
Manchester City Council have today appointed a new Lord Mayor for the City, Cllr Tommy Judge. Cllr Judge was first elected in 2001 to serve the people of Sharston, Wythenshawe.
Marcus Rashford will be given the City of Manchester Award to thank him for his campaign to extend Free School Meals into school holidays to ensure young people have enough to eat.
Dr Manisha Kumar is Medical Director of Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, which is a partnership with Manchester City Council.
Manchester City Council is set to distribute 400 Google Chromebook laptops to residents in need over the coming weeks, to them to stay connected with friends and family.
All school children in Manchester who are eligible for a free school meal will continue to be supported through next week's half term holiday to make sure that no child in the city goes hungry.
Heaton Park and Alexandra Park have both won Green Flag Awards, an internationally recognised standard for parks and green spaces.