A free book is to be given to every child leaving primary school in Manchester this July as part of a city-wide first to help prepare them for starting high school in September.
Solutions are being found to honour a pledge that people who were given emergency hotel-type accommodation during the coronavirus lockdown will not have to return to the streets.
As pubs, bars and restaurants prepare to reopen on Saturday 4 July, people looking forward to the relaxation of lockdown are reminded to remain cautious against the spread of Covid-19.
Two weeks on from its first letter to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, asking for urgent support for the cultural sector, and for a place at the task-force table to help shape a way forward for the cultural industry, Manchester has repeated its pleas for help.
Stevenson Square is to be designated as a temporary pedestrian and cycle-only zone from Friday 3 July onwards.
Local residents and businesses have given their broad support for the regeneration proposals for the back of Ancoats area around Poland Street.
A simplified online application process and fee waiver has been put in place to allow businesses throughout Manchester to apply for outdoor seating space to help them reopen safely.
A member of staff at Manchester Libraries has written and illustrated her own children’s story, as part of the service’s bid to keep residents engaged and entertained while libraries are closed.
The new Fallowfield Loop Bridge is to be installed over Hyde Road over the weekend of Saturday 27 - Sunday 28 June.
Manchester’s full planning committee is set to make a virtual return at the end of July replacing the emergency delegation process during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Manchester City Council will begin the phased process of safely welcoming residents back to their local libraries from Saturday 4 July.
The Safety Advisory Group for Manchester City Council has made no objections for an upcoming fixture at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester Town Hall’s fabled eight-ton hour bell, Great Abel, will temporarily cease to chime from noon on Thursday 25 June, as work on the Our Town Hall project continues.
The remediation work to replace the cladding system on the Council-owned Whitebeck Court in north Manchester is now finished.
An open letter from Manchester has been sent to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, calling for more support for the cultural sector, and for a place at the task-force table to help shape a way forward for the cultural industry - an industry that has been massively hit by the corona crisis and is now struggling for its very survival.
Manchester's education bosses have today sent a letter to all Year 11 pupils across the city as a message of support to mark what has been an unprecedented final year at high school for them.
A road closure will be in place this week to allow the completion of a key milestone in the £13.4 million Manchester to Chorlton cycling and walking route.
This week Manchester has seen the gradual re-opening of some non-essential shops and the return to work for those who can't work from home.
Manchester to provide 'game-changing' post-lockdown summer activities for all children and young people
After months now in lockdown, children and young people in Manchester are set to benefit from a summer-long programme of activities to help get them out and about, reconnect with their friends, and to re-build their skills.
Workers and shoppers are asked to maintain social distancing as much as possible as some shops prepare to reopen from Monday, 15 June.
Manchester City Council's new lead member for homelessness has issued a call for donations to the city's Big Change fund ahead of a challenging period.
Manchester City Council has submitted a package of bids totalling around £600,000 to the Department for Transport’s Emergency Active Travel Fund.
Social distancing is here to stay - and that 2m metre rule is more important than ever.
Manchester City Council will set an 'emergency' budget next month detailing how it intends to deal with the huge impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on its finances this year.
Further public health advice has been delivered to Manchester’s schools to help them decide whether and how they can open their doors to more pupils.
Sir Richard Leese's statement following the peaceful Black Lives Matter protest in the city centre today.
The Summer Reading Challenge is the biggest annual reading promotion for children in the UK - and this year, for the first ever time, it’s going digital.
The work to crack down on Manchester’s counterfeit clothes industry had not been interrupted by COVID-19.
Manchester City Council is to replace almost half of its refuse collection vehicles with emission-free electric alternatives.
The way Council-owned social homes are managed in the city will be reviewed to ensure high standards are met amid a fast-changing housing sector.