The heavens may have opened over south Manchester last night but despite a good soaking the word on the street from the city's gallery and archives staff who have planned today's removal operation, is that they can be saved.
Councillors are being asked to back a major package of work to improve Manchester’s National Cycling Centre.
The Council has successfully obtained two High Court injunctions to prevent unauthorised works at two listed buildings in the city – including the 16th Century Grade II* listed Hough End Hall.
The thousands of heartfelt messages left on the mural of footballer Marcus Rashford in Withington, Manchester will be carefully removed this Friday 23 July to preserve them, ahead of an expected change in the weather which has been forecast from this weekend.
The deadline to make a nomination for this year's Manchester Culture Awards has been extended by a week following requests from cultural organisations and others for more time.
“Do not suffer in silence” is the message at the forefront of Manchester City Council’s drive to support communities during the first ever Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week.
Get out the Manchester Message to keep our city safe Manchester's message to residents to keep our city Covid safe
Be compassionate, be kind, and put your community first is the Manchester message as Covid restrictions are set to be lifted from Monday, July 19.
Cllr Luthfur Rahman comments on the Windrush scandal.
Manchester libraries are counting down the days to Monday, 19 July when they can finally return to offering a pre-pandemic service to all their customers.
Manchester City Council joins forces with British Library to roll-out small business support across Greater Manchester
Manchester City Council has joined forces with the British Library to roll-out small business support to Greater Manchester, Blackpool and Lancaster and turbocharge the local economy.
With the long summer holidays from school now just around the corner a bumper programme of summer fun activities for children and young people of all ages kicks off next week at venues across the city.
Reports detailing how two of Manchester’s biggest construction projects are creating jobs, apprenticeships and other opportunities will be considered by councillors this month.
Joanne Roney OBE condemns the racist abuse received by players following the final against Italy yesterday. (Sunday 11 July).
How Manchester’s ticket to ride helps to tackle health inequality.
Voices of local activism from the past are brought into the present in a new musical project live-streamed from Manchester Central Library.
Thousands of affordable homes in pipeline as north and east Manchester becomes focus for housing development
Since 2016, Nearly 4,000 affordable homes have either been completed or are in the pipeline for the north and east of the city – including 1,081 social rented homes.
Shuttle buses decked out in new livery are ready to hit the road in Manchester, ferrying people from south-central neighbourhoods to the Belle Vue vaccination centre.
Becca Heron, formerly Executive Director of Economy and Skills at Wigan Council, has taken up the role at Manchester City Council.
Tackling obesity will be at the centre of a new public health campaign in Manchester led by Manchester City Council.
The next stage of the ongoing consultation on the future of the Fallowfield Loop and Yellow Brick Road cycleways begins today (Monday 5 July)
The Summer Reading Challenge is back, and for 2021 it’s inspiring young readers to stand up for the environment.
Victoria North | Team appointed to deliver £51m Housing Infrastructure Fund works – including new City River Park
A consulting and contracting team has been assembled to deliver key infrastructure works that will unlock the early residential development potential within the Victoria North regeneration area.
Manchester City Council's commitment to continue its support for the Manchester Armed Forces Covenant was outlined in a report to the Executive today ( Wednesday 30 June).
The next stage of proposed permanent traffic changes to Deansgate have been announced as a fresh consultation is launched to understand public opinion.
Manchester will pay tribute to the outstanding contribution of the nation’s armed forces tomorrow, Saturday 26 June, with a special day of activities for the whole family.
A three week push to drive up vaccination rates across Manchester is set to begin, as efforts continue to vaccinate large sections of the population.
A review that will look at how all aspects of housing is managed in Manchester will be undertaken over the next six months to better react to local issues – including affordability and sustainability
Launching Manchester Year of the Child 2022 – a year of opportunity and a lasting legacy for all children and young people
All children and young people in Manchester are set to benefit from new opportunities and support throughout 2022 to help them reclaim their futures after a year spent largely in lockdown or in restricted measures due to Covid-19.
The joint venture between Manchester City Council and FEC has received planning approval for the first phase of its Collyhurst regeneration plans – part of Manchester’s £4bn Victoria North project.
On Windrush Day, Manchester City Council is reflecting on the role it can play to address the injustices endured by this community.