Councillor Donna Ludford has today – Wednesday 18 May - taken up the chains of office as the new Lord Mayor of Manchester.
Council officer to walk 230 miles to London raising money for Ukrainian people relocating to Manchester
Council officer Paul Rosenthal is walking from Manchester to London to raise money for the Manchester Ukraine Welcome Fund.
The official countdown has begun to Manchester City Council local elections on Thursday 5 May 2022.
The City Council is preparing to submit an action plan in partnership with a network of anchor businesses and organisations to become an accredited Living Wage City.
Manchester City Council has taken a stand to end all male violence against women by becoming White Ribbon Accredited. The ceremony took place on Tuesday 8 March, International Women’s Day
The Council's budget for 2022/23, including our element of Council Tax, on Fri 4 March - focusing on green spaces, clean streets, youth services, building homes and helping residents out of poverty.
Almost £200m of funding has been put in place so far by the Council to help deliver on our ambitions to tackle climate change, it has been revealed.
The positive role of the Council’s spending power in creating opportunities for Manchester residents – adding what is known as ‘social value’ - will be under the spotlight at a conference this Friday.
The Leader of Manchester City Council has welcomed the announcement today (Thursday 3 February 2022) that the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) is creating a new hub in the city.
The benefits to public health in Manchester of tackling climate change – and the risks if it is not addressed – are set out in a new report to the Council’s health scrutiny committee.
The painstaking restoration and repair of Manchester Town Hall will be under the spotlight in a new documentary to be broadcast later this month.
Councillor Bev Craig has today, Wednesday 1 December become the new Leader of Manchester City Council.
The leader elect of the Council has stated Manchester’s determination to become an accredited Living Wage City next year.
The first ground will be broken today (Monday 25 October 2021) as work to transform Manchester’s Albert Square into a world class public space – increasing its size by around 20pc – gets underway.
Council commits to creating a fairer city where residents can all benefit from the city’s success
Sir Richard Leese responds following the death of Lord Smith today.
Sir Richard Leese reacts to the news of the death of Bolton Council Leader this evening (Thurs 29 July)
Cllr Luthfur Rahman comments on the Windrush scandal.
Joanne Roney OBE condemns the racist abuse received by players following the final against Italy yesterday. (Sunday 11 July).
Abayomi Ajose was killed in the early hours of Sunday 21 June 2021 at a street party in south Manchester. On the anniversary of death, his family, colleagues and friends remember him.
Cultural leaders in Manchester are calling for a cultural venue re-think by government to allow venues to safely re-open when the city is put into Tier 3 next week.
Statement from Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council
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.)
In a touching gesture to children who have recently lost loved ones, community group Friends of Phillips Park Cemetery have set up a permanent feature where children can visit to grieve.
Manchester City Council will light up Wythenshawe Hall tonight (Tuesday, 2 June) in solidarity with those protesting for equal rights across America.