The initial proposals for saving £59million warned school crossings, free swimming and community projects could take a huge hit, but these have now been softened with news of the windfall.
The lives, achievements and contribution to society that the elderly have made are being celebrated by Manchester and Salford as part of Older People’s Day.
Call me ‘Axe-the-tax’: Manchester resident fighting for his home changes name to support appeal on Bedroom tax
River Axe-the-tax changed name by deed poll
Staff behaving badly: Racial bullying, touching pupils and stealing school funds – Bolton teachers exposed
MM reveal some of the ‘bad behaviour’ of Bolton’s teachers
‘Pay respect to its history’: Campaign to transform Manchester’s London Road Fire Station into public building
Britannia Hotels challenged to restore the building to its former glory
Men charged with drink, drugs and public order-related offences after EDL and Unite Against Fascism protests
Over 1000 demonstrators took to Manchester
Franchise system to blame for Salford City Reds’ financial plight say fans as club’s future hangs in balance
Salford City Council have rejected a rescue package.
Memorial gets ticket away from St Peter’s.
Salford Council is aiming to help foster relationships between businesses in the area
Hiroshima and Nagasaki survivors to speak at Manchester ceremony marking 67th anniversary of atomic bombings
Survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki will speak in Manchester at a ceremony today.