Council leaders have accused the US tech firm of ‘undermining licensing standards’ and flooding the city centre with inadequate drivers licensed by neighbouring local authorities.
International Women’s Day 2018 in Manchester will have a special cycling feel to it after TfGM announced they would be offering grants of up to £2,500.
Last Monday night at roughly 10:30pm, a small blaze broke out at the Unite Students Parkway Gate accommodation complex.
Mancunians are being invited to have their say on options for the Council’s budget from 2017-20.
‘Epic failures need to be called out’: Campaigners call on Mancunians to judge the good, bad and ugly of the city
A new civic movement is calling for people to name the good, bad and ugly of Manchester’s architecture with its first award ceremony.
Labour failed to sweep the board like many predicted but red half of Wigan can still be pleased.
‘Some people don’t leave the house’: Manchester toilet event highlights disabled and transgender people’s fears
On average, you spend a year and a half of your life in the bathroom.
Manchester council took FOUR MONTHS to deal with mouse infestation and ‘fresh droppings’ in school kitchen
Council staff at a Manchester primary school failed to deal with a mouse infestation until after food hygiene inspectors said the kitchen ‘required major improvement’, an FOI has revealed.
The leader of Oldham Council is among a number of Labour Party figures to put themselves forward to be candidate in the up-coming Oldham West and Royton by-election.
More than 2,000 premature deaths could be prevented every year in Manchester by taking public transport, an environmental group has warned.
Manchester has ranked second in a list of UK cities with the highest number of accident claims filed against local councils in 2014, citing Manchester’s roads as one of the main problems.