A fleet of electric cargo bikes and trailers is to be launched in Manchester offering an affordable and green alternative to cars.
Parents and carers of children due to start school for the first time this Autumn are being urged not to miss today's deadline of midnight tonight (Monday 17 January), to apply for their child's school place.
Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Michael Gove inspected progress on Manchester’s exciting Mayfield development during a visit to the city.
Manchester to shine a light on history of women's football as UEFA Women's EURO 2022 tournament prepares for kick-off
An exhibition charting the history of women's football will help kick off a summer-long celebration of the game as Manchester prepares to play its part as a host city for UEFA Women's EURO 2022 tournament matches.
Proposals for Manchester City Council to buy its own solar farm to help cut its carbon emissions are set to move forward.
A new cash grant scheme of up to £6,000 has now gone to live to help the hospitality, leisure and accommodation sectors hit by the latest Covid-19 variant.
A public consultation has opened inviting people living in Manchester to give their views on the Council’s approach to setting its budget for 2022/23.
The early weeks of 2022 have been set aside to carry out a series of repairs and upgrades to Exchange Square.
Manchester Central Library is from today ( 6 January 2022) playing a key role in making the 1921 Census for England and Wales freely available to view.
The Glade of Light memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack will be accessible to the public from today, Wednesday 5 January 2022.
Give yourself a boost to beat the January blues by taking the opportunity to make sure you’re fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
A Council by-election will be held in Manchester's Ancoats and Beswick ward on Thursday 3 February 2022.
Over the past two weeks a huge amount of work has been carried out to get people their Covid booster jabs.
The ManchesterJabCab service is returning this winter to provide free transport for residents who need to get to and from vaccination appointments.
A man has been convicted of failing to dispose of commercial waste lawfully more than three years after the original offence took place.
Manchester City Council has taken the decision to cancel this year’s New Year’s Eve fireworks in light of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Statement from council leader on the need for urgent support for businesses affected by Covid regulation changes
Statement from Manchester City Council Leader Bev Craig on the urgent need for financial support for businesses affected by the latest changes to Covid guidance.
From 17 December residents in Levenshulme and Burnage will be able to have their say on the latest plans for the ambitious Active Travel Neighbourhood programme as this scheme reaches its final stage.
Thursday December 16 marks the one year anniversary of the first Covid vaccination given in Manchester.
Young people in Gorton have been invited to ceremonially sign the steel structure of the Gorton Hub project to celebrate the development at a key milestone.
Manchester’s public health chief, David Regan, has today issued an appeal to all community groups and representatives to ask any questions about Covid vaccinations and boosters.
The painstaking restoration and repair of Manchester Town Hall will be under the spotlight in a new documentary to be broadcast later this month.
The second year of a two-year project to plant at least 2,000 trees across Manchester will get underway with its first plantings on Monday 13 December.
The push to get Mancunians their Covid booster jabs has been given a shot in the arm thanks to the city’s walk-in clinics.
Two zero carbon social properties – the first of their kind in the UK – have been completed and passed over to the first residents as part of a wider 22 low carbon housing development.
The annual report provides an in-depth analysis on Manchester’s progress in line with the ambitions set out in the Our Manchester Strategy.
A strategy to revitalise Manchester’s river valleys and put them at the heart of regeneration has been launched today (Tuesday 7 December.)
The message going into Christmas this year is clear and simple – get your Covid-19 vaccinations and booster jabs.
Council invites local businesses to play their part and help make 2022 a year of opportunity for all young people
Business leaders and influential figures from across the city were out in force last night for the launch of Manchester City Council’s new initiative, 2022: Our Year.
A brand-new drive has been launched in Manchester to help schools promote ethnic diversity through children’s literature.