News published August 2019
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.