The results of a review of senior officer salaries at Manchester City Council, which will save almost £250,000 over three years, will be reported to its Personnel Committee on Monday 12 December.
More than 2,600 people have already given their views on options for the Council’s 2017-20 budget.
A Manchester company has been forced to pay more than £1,600 after its business waste was found fly-tipped in Didsbury.
A proposed deal to sell naming rights for the National Cycling Centre and generate extra funds to invest in sport and leisure is to be considered by the Council’s Executive on Wednesday 14 December.
Grants of £2m each have been awarded to create two new technology business hubs in Manchester – with a goal of creating and sustaining 2,000 jobs over the next decade.
Manchester is to expand its Library Live arts programme, bringing a new wave of original performances, installations and participatory events to four libraries across the city.
Satisfaction with Manchester’s library service has climbed to more than 93 per cent, according to a recent survey
Joanne Roney will be recommended as the new chief executive of Manchester City Council, subject to confirmation.
The Manchester Christmas Tree has found a new home at Festive Cathedral Gardens, moving from its former location on Albert Square.
Marie Louise Gardens will be taking part in National Tree Week by holding an event to plant four new trees in the gardens and give visitors the chance to explore an innovative new digital tree trail.
Manchester Town Hall’s corridors will ring with festive cheer on Thursday 8 December at the Lord Mayor’s annual Christmas Carol Concert.
Manchester City Council is launching a new parking enforcement operation against motorists who repeatedly evade parking tickets.
Manchester is to mark World AIDS Day (WAD) with a number of events being held across the city.
Victoria Street is currently closed to vehicles and pedestrians between Hunts Bank and Chapel Street.
A public exhibition will give people a chance to see - and give their views on - detailed multi-million pound plans to improve Piccadilly Gardens.
This is your chance to win your work Christmas Party hosted by Manchester Christmas Markets – and all you need to do is take a picture…
The Secretary of State for Transport, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, has announced two High Speed Rail stations for the region.
Civic dignitaries, servicemen and women, service and ex-service organisations, faith leaders and uniformed organisations, will take part in Manchester’s Remembrance Day procession and service.
A planning application has been submitted to rebuild the clock tower, for repair works to the roof and the exterior walls of the hall, which was badly damaged in an arson attack in March.
Manchester's Business & IP Centre is marking Global Entrepreneurship Week by presenting a wide range of events at libraries across the city for anyone who is interested in starting their own business.
The UK’s original, award-winning Christmas Market is set to return, transforming Manchester city centre in a festive wonderland.
Thousands of people flocked to Manchester city centre for the annual Christmas Lights Switch-On, marking the start of the festive season in the UK's Christmas capital.
Manchester people are being invited to give their views on options for the Council’s budget 2017-20 following the opening of a consultation.
In May 1916, 20 year-old Rifleman Barney Griew wrote from the Western Front: ‘I am quite happy with my scout job. To tell the truth I almost feel safer in front of than directly behind the trenches.
Architectural drawings of Manchester Town Hall by Alfred Waterhouse have been rediscovered and authenticated by an expert working on a project to safeguard the heritage of the building.
The photographer who charted the supernova rise of Oasis to international stardom is launching an exhibition of some of her classic images at Central Library.
Heaton Park’s play area reopened to families on Saturday 22 October, after the successful completion of a major refurbishment project.
Grab your skates for Manchester Ice – The Rink at Cathedral Gardens – that will top your Christmas list this year
This year, Manchester’s world-famous Christmas markets will be adding a new addition to the hugely popular family friendly zone.
Manchester will be home to a trail of iconic BookBenches across the city next summer, in a drive to get the city reading and improve literacy levels.
If you've got a child currently in their last year at primary school you must make a decision now about which secondary school you'd like them to go to and make sure you apply for a place.