The George Floyd mural in Stevenson Square has now been restored by artist Akse P19.
The racist graffiti on the George Floyd mural in Stevenson Square has been covered while the mural is restored.
A property in Crumpsall linked to possible violence, drug supply and exploitation of women has been closed down, with a three-month ban placed on anyone returning to it by Manchester Magistrates Court
Further details have been released about the proposed memorial commemorating the 22 May 2017 terror attack ahead of the third anniversary of the event being marked.
Statement from Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council.
A company with a history of flyposting offences has been hit once more with a fine.
Nearly 2000 teddy bears left in heartfelt tribute to those who were killed or injured in the terror attack at Manchester Arena in May are being moved on this week to their new homes.
A dog owner from Manchester has been fined for ignoring warnings to microchip her dog – the first prosecution of its kind in the city.
Take a look behind the scenes as Manchester's Neighbourhood Teams work to keep the city clean and green
Manchester City Council’s social media is to be taken over by its Neighbourhood Services teams this week (Monday 18 - Friday 22 September).
The We Love Manchester Emergency Fund charity today announces that Ariana Grande will serve as the charity’s first patron.
Manchester Town Hall will be lit in the colours of the Swedish flag – blue and yellow – from dusk today as Manchester stands in solidarity with Sweden.
Members of the Council’s Executive have published their priorities for the period up to 2020 to help support the Our Manchester strategy for the city.
A landlord has been ordered to pay almost £114,000 for breaking management regulations.
Sir Richard Leese, Leader of Manchester City Council, responds to the increase in hate crime in the region.
A driver who went out to buy some underpants has been prosecuted for attempting to gain free parking by using his deceased mother’s blue badge.
A street trader caught operating illegally in the city centre has been ordered to pay £495 and forfeit his goods that were seized by council officers.
Two litter louts have been ordered to pay a total of more than £1,300.
A street seller operating illegally in the city centre has been ordered to pay £644.59 and forfeit his goods seized by council officers.
A takeaway in Ladybarn has been ordered to pay £1612.33 after being prosecuted for operating without a licence.
A dog owner who told council officers “give me the fine” has been handed a £570 bill by magistrates, after failing to pay a fixed penalty notice.