News published January 2021
“This is the protection we’ve been waiting for” - vaccinations completed across Manchester’s care homes
All of the residents in Manchester’s care homes for older people have received their Covid-19 vaccinations following a huge effort to protect some of the city’s most vulnerable residents.
Manchester City Council is today (Monday 25 January 2021) opening up a big conversation about the Piccadilly area which will help shape design proposals for its future.
A brand new hardship fund aimed specifically at freelancers who work in the creative and culture sector in Manchester and who have been adversely affected by Covid-19 has been announced.
TV regular Dr Chris Steele took his own advice recently -and had his Covid vaccination in Fallowfield, Manchester.
Planning approval has been granted for the memorial to those who lost their lives in the 22 May 2017 Manchester terror attack.
One of the most poignant vaccinations in Manchester has taken place after a Whalley Range pharmacist gave his 79-year-old dad the Covid-19 vaccine.
Mancunians encouraged to “be the light in the darkness” in this year’s moving Holocaust Memorial Day
This year's Holocaust Memorial Day is the 20th time the city has marked the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
The GM Strategic Coordination Group for Storm Christoph and the Environment Agency have stood down the Severe Flood Warning for Didsbury and Northenden.
The GM Strategic Coordination Group for Storm Christoph and the Environment Agency have enacted a Severe Flood Warning covering parts of Didsbury, Chorlton and Northenden the River Mersey rises.
Manchester City Council are asking people in the city to give their views on options for how it will save around £50m in 2021/22.