We have been working closely with United Utilities to make sure traffic can begin flowing as quickly as possible.
Central Library is throwing its doors open for a special Sunday afternoon of free entertainment for the whole family.
Staff and pupils are celebrating after two years of hard work and dedication have led to some fantastic results for pupils at schools across the city.
A dog owner who told council officers “give me the fine” has been handed a £570 bill by magistrates, after failing to pay a fixed penalty notice.
A ceremonial time capsule has been placed in the ground at the start (and end) line of the new National Speedway Stadium – a major development that is part of the Belle Vue Sports Village.
The Mancunian Way closure has come at a time when other essential works across the city are affecting travel routes, but the council is working with partners to ensure routes are as open as possible.
A project to develop a veterans’ community by bringing empty homes back in to use in east Manchester is calling for construction firms to offer their support.
Students across Manchester are celebrating success after overall A-level pass grades saw an increase in the city this year.
Reminder letters are being delivered warning tens of thousands of Manchester residents who have failed to provide their details for the electoral register that they need to act now.
All Manchester taxi drivers are to be given advice about how to help the police and council keep residents safe by acting as the eyes and ears of the city.
Manchester is continuing to bloom as roadsides and parks have exploded with colour after thousands of wildflowers paid for due to an airport windfall have blossomed.
Manchester has been named the UK’s Greatest Sporting City 2015 following the publication of detailed research by the universities of Gloucestershire and Bath.
Manchester Youth Council have made recommendations on how support for young people with mental health needs can be improved - and councillors have committed to exploring the suggestions in more detail
Work towards a joint Greater Manchester plan to identify future housing and employment land requirements has reached its latest milestone.
Parks across Manchester will benefit from a makeover over the next few months thanks to cash provided by an airport windfall.
This year’s Manchester Day photo competition attracted a fantastic response - but a winner has been found from among hundreds of dazzling submissions
Libraries across the city are offering free Summer Reading Challenge packs - and the chance for children to win prizes, if they successfully complete the challenge by reading six books.
This week, the city council’s executive will consider a strategic plan for the future development of Manchester city centre over the next three years.
England is set to go head-to-head with Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup 2015 in Manchester this October - for the home nation's only group match outside London.
More than eight million pounds of extra money is going to be spent on improving Manchester’s busiest roads over the next three years.
Manchester residents are being urged not to fall foul of con artists – and to report anything suspicious – at an event this week.
An update report on plans for The Factory Manchester, a unique large-scale arts space for the north of England, spells out the powerful impact it will have.
As the academic year draws to a close, young people from secondary schools across Manchester have been honoured by the Lord Mayor at the city's annual education awards.
Inspirational headteacher Vicky Morton says goodbye this week to the school she has spent the last 25 years in charge of, after a 37-year teaching career spent entirely in Manchester schools.
A huge exercise to update the electoral register is underway in Manchester – and citizens are being urged to respond.
A presentation to councillors has shone the spotlight on child sexual exploitation and highlighted the need to raise greater awareness among young people and the wider community on what CSE is.
As the summer holiday approaches for thousands of school children from across Greater Manchester, look no further than Heaton Park for the ideal family day out.
A project to bring empty homes back into use in east Manchester is calling for ex-servicemen and women to come forward to be part of the show.
A new plan to improve outcomes by providing help and support to children and families sooner has been launched by Manchester City Council.
Shoppers will be given the chance to win prizes by answering questions about what they recycle at a series of events.