Sir Charles Halle has been honoured with an archive exhibition in Central Library.
Manchester’s commuters will soon have to find something new to moan about, as Transport for Greater Manchester have announced that normal Metorlink services will resume at the end of the month.
Manchester will tomorrow observe a national minute’s silence in remembrance of the victims of the Tunisian beach attack in St Peter’s Square.
A glass lobby which has been built on Library Walk – the walkway between the Central Library and the Town Hall – may have to be dismantled if the Council lose an ongoing public inquiry against the closing of the public walkway.
Manchester Council chiefs crackdown on selfish skaters who disrespected war heroes with cenotaph damage
Council bosses have promised to come down hard on skaters who have damaged left ‘horrifying’ damage on the newly-placed cenotaph outside Manchester Town Hall.
Manchester’s iconic cenotaph is receiving its finishing touches after relocating to another part of St Peter’s Square.
Poem inspired by Peterloo Massacre to get rare public reading as part of Manchester Histories Festival
All 90 stanzas of Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Mask of Anarchy are being read as part of Manchester Histories Festival.
Poorly placed or bad taste? Call of Duty ‘Ghosts’ advert erected in St Peter’s Square… in front of war memorial
The advert sits in front of Manchester’s new KPMG building
Helped ‘shape our democracy’: Lord Mayor commemorates Manchester’s bloody Peterloo Massacre anniversary
Cllr Boyes places wreath at St Peter’s.
Red Flag Walks explore one of Manchester’s most notorious moments.
Manchester came to a standstill this morning as the city observed a two minute’s silence to honour Armistice Day.