News published August 2018
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.
A fly-tipper from Moston has been prosecuted after being caught in the act on CCTV.
An unofficial airport parking firm has been told to pay more than £3,500 following a trading standards operation to curb rogue airport meet and greet firms leaving vehicles on residential streets.
Major works to reduce congestion on the ring road around Manchester and Salford city centres will begin on Wednesday 29 August 2018.
Manchester is set to take a big stride forward in getting its residents active, moving, and living longer - all thanks to national lottery players.
The £100m investment to improve Manchester‘s highways has moved to its next phase and will continue to repair pot holes in roads and pavements.
A fantastic free fiesta to finish off this year’s spectacular summer and celebrate everything that makes Manchester buzz will take over Platt Fields Park just before the end of the summer holidays.
A consultation opens today for the public to have their say on the draft framework that will inform development of the Northern Gateway regeneration project.