A man who persistently verbally abused members of the public while aggressively begging around the city’s universities has been banned from the Oxford Road area for 12 months.
Withington Library is set to reopen to the public with new facilities, furnishings and extended opening hours.
In time for this year’s national Empty Homes Week (15 – 21 October), the Ben Street regeneration project in east Manchester has begun to welcome new residents to the east Manchester neighbourhood.
A number of Anti-Social Behaviour injunctions have been obtained by Manchester City Council following a serious assault and threatening and abusive behaviour towards residents in Moston.
One of the most anticipated things at Manchester’s world-famous Christmas Markets can now be revealed – the mugs!
The start to Christmas in Manchester is less than a month away and the star studded line up can now be officially announced with number one star Jonas Blue officially opening the festive season.
A group of shops in the Strangeways area which were being used to sell counterfeit goods have been shut down by Manchester City Council officers.
Moss Side Leisure Centre is to reopen to the public on Wednesday 14 November, following the completion of an £8m project to refurbish the building for local residents.
The report, which gives in-depth information on everything from economic growth and environmental issues to health and homelessness is now available.
Following a phenomenal response to the call for nominations for the first ever Manchester Culture Awards, details of the shortlisted nominees can now be revealed.
A free exhibition celebrating Manchester’s rock music history from the dawn of punk to the present day goes on display at Central Library from Thursday 11 October.
Take 10 launches on World Mental Health Day to inspire Manchester residents to read for ten minutes every day and feel good.
A further element of major works designed to reduce congestion on the ring road around Manchester and Salford city centres will begin on Monday 8 October, as the project progresses.
Manchester’s transformation in to the UK’s Christmas capital is almost upon us as traders from across the North West and Europe ready themselves for the Christmas Market's return.
A persistent and aggressive beggar who verbally abused members of the public in Manchester city centre and Harpurhey has been jailed for six weeks for breaching a civil injunction order.
Dena the Dynamo – 90-year-old green-fingered guru creates a Manchester Menu as part of her winter advice for older people
Gardening guru and Great Granny Dena Murphy has boosted her social contribution to the city by devising a ‘Manchester Menu’ for older people to help keep them fit and well this winter.
Manchester City Council is undertaking a major renovation project to improve its stock of shared housing for people who are homeless.
Cathedral Gardens is to be transformed into the UK's first Ice Village featuring an Ice Sculpture Cave, Ice Bar, Ice Rink, Santa’s Grotto and a Woodland Market with Christmas Markets stalls.
Dog lovers are being encouraged to help the lonely and depressed in their community by sharing some 'animal magic' at a pop-up cafe in Manchester.
A new policy enabling the roll-out of more residential parking permit schemes in Manchester is to be considered for approval by the City Council’s Executive later this month.
What a day! The first ever Festival of Manchester had the crowds buzzing with laughter, excitement, and wonder during a day that saw more than 10,000 flock to Platt Fields Park for a late summer fiesta to showcase the very best of Manchester.
A time capsule filled with mementos from local community groups, organisations and schools has been buried in celebration to mark a project to deliver 40 new affordable homes in north Manchester.
An update report on the extensive work taking place to tackle homelessness in Manchester will be considered by a council scrutiny committee on Wednesday 5 September.
Manchester will be seeing off the summer in style this weekend with the first ever Festival of Manchester – a fantastic free celebration for all the family.
Manchester City Council is to invest an extra £1.8m to boost the maintenance of roadside gullies.
The countdown is on to a fantastic free fiesta for all the family to round off this year's sizzling summer and celebrate everything that makes Manchester buzz.
Nominations are now opened to celebrate the city’s sporting community at the prestigious annual awards.
The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up to support the victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack, has set a final date for people to apply to it for funding.
Unscrupulous landlords found to be in serious breach of property management regulations have been ordered to pay more than £27,500 following a series of prosecutions brought by the city council.
Best friends all the way through Parrs Wood High School in Manchester, students Adam and Ali, have both secured coveted places on full scholarships at universities in the USA following their A level results today.