Stars were born throughout Manchester today as teenagers took the next exciting step in their young lives.
Manchester’s permanent memorial to the Peterloo Massacre is now on public view - in time for the 200th anniversary of the epoch-making event.
A Northern Moor restaurant has been served with a penalty of more than £1,000, after being prosecuted for fly-tipping by Manchester City Council.
A staggering £22,000 has been raised for two Manchester charities after a group of Manchester councillors and council officers successfully completed the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge.
Exactly 200 years later communities from across Manchester and beyond are invited to gather on the site of St Peter’s Field Manchester for a cultural event to commemorate those who were killed or injured at The Peterloo Massacre in 1819.
A full planning application has been submitted to Manchester City Council for the new integrated health and community hub planned for Gorton.
A dedicated Rogue Landlord Team tasked with driving up housing standards in the private rented sector have targeted unscrupulous landlords across the city.
A dishonest trader who falsely claimed to be offering a secure parking service for Manchester Airport has finally faced justice after his appeal was thrown out by the High Court.
JD Sports have been ordered to pay more than £8,300, after admitting to five counts of fly-posting in Manchester city centre.
School’s out for the summer!
People who live, work in or visit Manchester city centre are being asked for their views about it from Monday 29 July.
Manchester City of Literature has announced the appointment of Manchester based novelist, poet and screenwriter Zahid Hussain as the first Chair of the Board of Trustees.
Manchester dog owners are being urged to microchip their pets and keep the details up to date, after six people were taken to court for failing to do so between April and June 2019.
People running street kitchens in Piccadilly Gardens are being urged to use an alternative location from Thursday 1 August 2019 under new arrangements.
Lakeside Adventure officially opened to local families on Monday 15 July, with a ceremony attended by Bowker Vale Primary School pupils and the Lord Mayor of Manchester, Cllr Abid Latif Chohan.
A cohort of councillors will take on a gruelling challenge at the end of July 2019 as they attempt to summit the UK’s three highest mountains within 24 hours.
The regeneration of Brunswick will see major transformation in the neighbourhood at the fringe of Manchester’s city centre, with major new housing investment and improvement works through to 2038.
People who live in Manchester are being asked for their views on where they vote.
It's blast-off time for an out-of-this-world adventure at Manchester libraries as this year's Summer Reading Challenge 'Space Chase' gets underway.
Construction work is underway on Manchester’s £20m Civic Quarter Heat Network, after the first pipe was ceremonially placed in the ground by Manchester City Council and Vital Energi.
Pupils from Manchester schools are coming together for a special summit, to have their concerns heard on climate change and learn about what they can do to help the city become zero-carbon by 2038.
A motion asking Manchester City Council to formally declare a ‘climate emergency’ was unanimously agreed today, Wednesday 10 July.
Councils across England and Wales have been chosen to pilot a scheme that will help local authorities recover unpaid Council Tax - currently costing local authorities 10s of millions every year.
An award presented to the people of Greater Manchester in recognition of their response to the Manchester Arena attack is to go on a tour of libraries across the region.
A section of Piccadilly Gardens will be sown with reinforced hybrid turf designed to withstand tough conditions, as part of wider works to maintain the grassed areas in the public square.
Manchester City Council paid tribute to members of our country’s armed forces, past and present, during the commemoration of Armed Forces Day on Saturday June 29.
The deadline to make a nomination in this year's Manchester Culture Awards has been extended by a week following pleas by cultural organisations and others for more time.
The proposal to provide £4.2m for the Northern and Eastern Gateway scheme will be considered for approval at this month’s Greater Manchester Combined Authority meeting, on Friday 28 June.
Manchester’s much-loved Christmas Markets will return to Albert Square this year despite planned works to improve the square.
Manchester City Council has selected regeneration and construction group Galliford Try Partnerships to deliver 75 new affordable council homes in the north of the city.