Manchester’s parks, libraries, galleries and sports venues are all hosting a wealth of activities for the whole family throughout the summer months.
Manchester City Council has invited people in the city to join in with a conversation about its budget for 2017-20.
Manchester's youngsters have reiterated their determination to build links with Europe through a bid to become European Youth Capital 2019 following the national referendum vote to leave the EU.
Library users who want a store of great holiday reads which won’t fill up their suitcase are invited to try Zinio.
Manchester is showing its sympathy and solidarity with the people of France following the terror attack in Nice on 14 July.
A Manchester company has been fined almost £50,000 following an accident at their warehouse, which lead to the death of an employee.
Proposals given the green light this week will see more than £10m extra cash ploughed into children's services in Manchester over the next five years to fund new social work jobs.
A Rusholme company has been ordered to pay £10,500, after being caught fly-tipping sofas by Manchester City Council.
Details of a proposed major project to safeguard and improve Manchester Town Hall and Albert Square have been published.
Pictures held in Manchester, that were painted by pupils of a school destroyed in the atomic attack in the Second World War, are set to be returned to Hiroshima.
Manchester and the Chinese city of Wuhan are this week celebrating the 30th anniversary of their sister city relationship.
East meets West this week as a group of so-called 'little diplomats' from Wuhan in China fly into Manchester to visit their peers in three local primary schools.
A Giant range of Big Friendly events are being held at libraries across Manchester, to encourage children to take part in the Summer Reading Challenge.
The Wolfson Foundation has provided a major funding boost to improve the offer for children in six Manchester libraries.
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council, responds to the increase in hate crime in the region.
A plan to provide every child in Greater Manchester with the best start in life has been unveiled today (Thurs, June 30) by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Strategic Partnership, the bod
A change to Manchester’s collection service for non-recyclable waste is to go ahead, in a bid to boost the city’s recycling rates and save £2.4m per year.
The City Council’s Executive has approved £5.3m funding from its capital budget to refurbish One Central Park, at Central Park business park, creating a new hub for digital and creative businesses.
The Manchester Residential Quality Guidance will ensure design standards for all new residential property following consultation with an expert team.
Children from a Manchester primary school had a special visit from Manchester’s Lord Mayor to congratulate them on their achievements.
A service to commemorate a local Clayton soldier who served at the Battle of the Somme will take place at Clayton War Memorial on Tuesday 28 June.
The full refurbishment of the much-loved play area will commence at the beginning of July and will be completed by the end of August.
The Lord Mayor of Manchester Councillor Carl Austin-Behan, marked the start of Manchester's official celebration for Armed Forces Day with the raising of the armed forces flag on Monday 20 June.
Earlier this year, thousands of Greater Manchester residents responded to the Taking Charge Together health snapshot survey and conversation.
Tens of thousands of people lined the streets today (Sunday, 19 June) to experience the city-wide celebration of Manchester’s achievements in science and discovery with this year’s theme – EUREKA!
The importance of good food should never be underestimated and Manchester Day has the best of the best to fuel to the crowd of thousands.
The Manchester Day photography prize is one of the most contested competitions of the year and the decision to choose the top picture is hotly debated by the judges.
Town hall will become the city’s largest laboratory as scientists from across the city join forces for Manchester Day’s Brain Box attraction.
A new solar system will be created as the Manchester Day audience are invited to make a new interstellar neighbourhood in Albert Square on Sunday, 19 June.
The Mancunian Way will fully re-open on Wednesday 15 June at 6am.