A former member of Salford City Council’s fly-tipping clean up crew has been prosecuted and fined for dumping wood on the pavement of an inner city street.
Professional wordsmith Tony Walsh has been named as the first Poet in Residence for the Great Manchester Run.
Hazel Blears is being touted as a potential replacement for Salford’s elected mayor as Ian Stewart has announced his plans to stand down in 2016.
A proposed £12m flood basin in Salford would boost the area’s natural amenities as well as providing essential defences, according to members of the community.
Salford and Oldham councils join forces with GMP and Illegal Money Lending Team to warm people of dangers of dealing with loan sharks
The ‘irrecoverable debts’ relating to council tax, business rates, benefit overpayments and tenant arrears were shelved in a low-key council meeting yesterday afternoon
Salford has become one of only five British cities to back an international campaign aimed at protecting children against sexual violence.
Salford University have joined an ambitious £650 million regeneration project, in partnership with Together Housing Group, to help rejuvenate the Pendleton area of the city.
Barton Moss anti-fracking protesters ordered to leave IGas site following 1,200 strong march in Manchester
The judge has upheld the possession order submitted by Peel Holdings, who own the Barton Moss site, forcing protesters to leave by noon tomorrow
‘People are struggling enough’: Salford mayor slams Government as council freezes tax for FIFTH year
Salford Mayor Ian Stewart launches renewed attack on coalition as he outlines plans for council tax freeze
A slap in the face? Unison claim £300,000 Salford mental health centre is ‘smokescreen’ for massive job cuts
Unison have threatened to ballot for industrial action