All school children in Manchester who are eligible for a free school meal will continue to be supported through next week's half term holiday to make sure that no child in the city goes hungry.
Heaton Park and Alexandra Park have both won Green Flag Awards, an internationally recognised standard for parks and green spaces.
Greater Manchester will be placed in the Very High Risk tier of Covid-19 restrictions from Friday.
Sir Richard Leese responds to the potential change to restrictions in Greater Manchester.
Manchester City Council is set to take direct control of 13 off-street city centre car parks, after a long-standing joint venture agreement with NCP comes to an end.
Manchester's Christmas Spokesperson, Cllr Pat Karney responds to the news.
Read Manchester and Manchester Art Gallery have launched a brand new digital campaign to help parents in Manchester turn the everyday activities they are already doing with their child into new opportunities to build their child’s language skills.
People who live or work in Harpurhey are being asked for their views on a series of proposed improvements to make a safer, more active neighbourhood to live in and travel through.
The latest on the challenging budget position facing Manchester City Council next year and beyond is set out in a report to the Council’s Executive which meets on 14 October 2020.
Councillor Luthfur Rahman, Manchester City Council's Executive Member for Culture, Leisure and Skills has been awarded an OBE in Her Majesty The Queen's Birthday Honours.
From Sir Richard Leese, Leader of the Council:
Reading is like a journey - where will you go? This, the latest initiative from Read Manchester to promote reading across the city.
NHS frontline workers will help mark the beginning of the festive season in Manchester and turn on the city’s Christmas lights.
Primary schools across Manchester will be holding "School Street" road closures this Thursday ( 8 October), in celebration of national Clean Air Day
Guided by public health advice, Manchester’s universities are set to move to online learning only for most courses to help fight the rising rate of Covid infection in the city.
A payment scheme has been set up to support residents whose income has been affected because they have been asked to self-isolate at home to limit the spread of Covid-19.
The latest on world-class arts venue The Factory, which is taking shape in Manchester city centre, is detailed in a new report to councillors.
Director of Public Health for Manchester David Regan explains the rise in Covid-19 cases in the city.
Manchester Libraries will be joining libraries up and down the country to celebrate Libraries Week from 5 - 10 October - an annual event showcasing what libraries have to offer and the vital role they play in local communities.
The campaign for the most ambitious flu vaccination programme to date will begin today (Monday October 5) in Manchester.
Open evenings will look a bit different this year at some high schools as they move their all-important open evenings for prospective pupils and parents on-line, with virtual tours and zoom-style q&a sessions.
Manchester’s libraries are offering a wide range of free activities and events throughout October, in celebration of Black History Month.
Following a period of review around all major events in the city, the Council can now confirm the events that will - and will not - be happening this year due to Covid-19.
A consultation is being launched on the first phase of a proposed scheme to improve road safety and air quality for Levenshulme and north Burnage.
A planning application for the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack has been submitted today.
Lockdown measures are in place at two Manchester Metropolitan University residential halls.
Action has been taken against two Manchester venues which failed to uphold proper practices to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Proposals adding up to more than £1 billion of investment in Manchester will be considered by the Council’s planning committee when it meets this Thursday, 24 September 2020.
Five Greater Manchester local authorities have won funding for a clean energy project that will develop 10 renewable schemes - creating a blueprint for UK regions aiming for net zero carbon emissions.
A new updated transport strategy for Manchester city centre, setting out how walking, cycling and public transport trips will be prioritised over the coming decades, is open for public consultation.