A project partnership demonstrating how technology can improve sustainable mobility, energy, IT and business has won Public Building Energy Project of the Year at the 2018 Energy Awards.
Manchester City Council is to invest an extra £2.67m of funding for adult social care services to help address the pressures on the NHS and social care services this winter.
A report detailing the rise of Manchester’s famous Northern Quarter and the efforts taken to preserve the historic buildings in the area will be heard by the Council’s executive today (Weds, 12 Dec)
There’s two things that Amanda says have changed the quality of her life. The first is admitting she needed some help; and the second is writing poetry as a therapeutic hobby.
Manchester Mums with HIV will now be given enough formula milk and supplies to feed their babies during the first year of life, in a move to prevent transmission of the virus through breastfeeding.
Key report presents bold new approach to deliver genuinely affordable homes that meet the needs of all Manchester residents
A report going to the Council’s Executive next week (Weds, 12 Dec) will review housing affordability in the city to make sure more Manchester people have access to decent homes.
Talented young Mancunians from across the city have been recognised at this year's Youth Buzz Awards for their stand-out achievements and for making a positive contribution to their communities.
Heaton Park Golf Course reopened to the public on Friday 30 November, welcoming back existing golf members and inviting new visitors to try the facilities.
A landlord has been successfully prosecuted after a large amount of flytipped waste dumped in Harpurhey was traced back to him by Manchester City Council's Environmental Crimes team.
Russell Road in Whalley Range has been confirmed as the location for the UK’s first Extra Care scheme designed for older LGBT people.
A consultation will be run on how best to commemorate the victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack.
Pupils from Manchester schools donned hi-vis jackets and learned to use speed detectors and CCTV technology, as they became ‘Junior PCSOs’ during National Road Safety Week.
Manchester City Council Trading Standards urge caution this Black Friday and Cyber Monday
A permanent memorial to commemorate those who lost their lives at the Battle of the Somme has been unveiled in Heaton Park.
Proposals for one of the country’s most ambitious cycling and walking routes have today been unveiled as part of Greater Manchester’s plans to deliver the UK’s largest network.
The winners of the first Manchester Culture Awards were announced last night at a special awards ceremony hosted by actor Julie Hesmondhalgh and BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Nihal Arthanayake.
Unscrupulous Manchester landlords found to be in breach of property management regulations have been fined £97,500 in the last seven months.
Continued pressure was applied to taxi drivers illegally picking up fares following a crackdown on rogue operators working in Manchester City Centre.
Manchester City Council is set to prosecute the owners of a Rusholme shisha café following their repeated flouting of smoking laws.
Manchester is planning to bring forward its ambition to become a zero carbon city by twelve years, with a revised target of 2038 - believed to be the first UK local authority to make such a commitment
This week sees the announcement of the winners of the first ever Manchester Culture Awards to recognise the very best of culture that has been on offer in the city over the last year.
Last year, Manchester’s Christmas animation gave John Lewis and Marks and Spencer’s a run for their money with a tear jerker of a festive film.
A report outlining progress on The Factory, which will be one of the largest purpose-built cultural buildings in the world and deliver a £1.1 billion boost to Manchester’s economy over a decade, will be considered by councillors in November.
This year marks the Armistice Centenary which coincides with Remembrance Sunday (11 November) and there will be a programme of events marking a 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Manchester’s Albert Square underwent its annual transformation into pop venue for the evening to celebrate the Christmas Lights Switch-on show.
War poet Wilfred Owen who fought in the First World War as part of the Manchester Regiment is being commemorated this weekend in both Manchester and France - one hundred years since his death on November 4th 1918.
Designs drawn up by artist Jeremy Deller for a permanent memorial in Manchester to commemorate the Peterloo Massacre and those who died there have now been unveiled.
Manchester's biggest festive red resident has arrived in Albert Square for what could be his final appearance on his perch in front of Town Hall.
Designs drawn up by artist Jeremy Deller for a memorial to commemorate the Peterloo massacre and those who died there will be unveiled next week on Thursday 1 November.
Major works designed to reduce congestion on the ring road around Manchester and Salford city centres will finish at least a month earlier than originally anticipated.