News from January 2016

Top marks for Salford schools

29 January 2016
Pupils at two Salford primary schools have been given top marks for being amongst the best in the country.

Tribute paid to town twinning champion

26 January 2016
Tributes have been paid to a champion of town twinning, Jack Goldberg, who has died aged 91 after a long illness.

Salford takes on diabetes

25 January 2016
Salford is working to 'Give Diabetes the Finger'.

Great night out for local charity

25 January 2016
If you fancy a night out and want to help local charities, Salford's Ceremonial Mayor has just the ticket.

Salford launches crackdown on rogue landlords

22 January 2016
Damp, dangerous and unsafe private homes are to be targeted in a new crackdown by Salford City Council.

Inspiring young Salfordians sought

22 January 2016
Three of Salford's best caring, kind or talented residents are being sought to star in a film - but they all need to be under 25 years old.

Recycling pays off for community groups

18 January 2016
What do three community projects, three sports clubs and two parks have in common?

Mayor of Salford visits new City Year youth volunteering programme

14 January 2016
On Thursday 14 January, the City Mayor of Salford, Ian Stewart, and Councillor Jane Hamilton visited Summerville Primary School to see how a new charity initiative is challenging young people to make a difference to pupils' lives and their own.

Student landlord fined for damp house

13 January 2016
A student housing company has been fined £500 and ordered to pay over £2,500 in costs after a leaking shower damaged the house next door.

Luck runs out for illegal scrap dealer

11 January 2016
Businessman Anthony Luck who tried to claim he was running a car repair garage and not an illegal scrapyard has been fined by magistrates.

£21 million savings announced by Salford City Council

11 January 2016
Due to a reduction in government grant and other cost pressures, Salford City Council has had to published proposals to save another £21 million over the next financial year.

Builder's clean up lands council with problem

8 January 2016
A Walkden builder landed Salford City Council with a £97,000 problem when he decided to clean up land he had just bought.

Salford set for new green routes

5 January 2016
Walkers and cyclists have been given a New Year boost.

Financial report shows vulnerable people are suffering

4 January 2016
A new report from the University of Salford has painted a grim picture of financial exclusion in the city.

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