News

Congratulations to Salford students as GCSE results come in

21 August 2014
Salford teenagers have been urged not to be disheartened after national changes to GCSEs affected pass rates in the city.

New way to keep Salford moving

20 August 2014
Motorists who drive into Salford bus lanes are being warned that the city plans to fall into line with other Greater Manchester councils and take action to keep them free of cars.

Illegal cigarettes sniffed out in Salford

19 August 2014
A Salford shop keeper's dogged determination to hide illegal tobacco was no match for a super hound.

Crime reduced in Salford

19 August 2014
Crime has fallen by seven per cent in the past 12 months in Salford.

Salford City Council to stream meetings

18 August 2014
Salford City Council is to live stream council meetings which are open to the public from September.

Salford celebrates Youth Day 2014

13 August 2014
From barbecues to bingo, football to float painting, young people took part in a range of events to celebrate the positive achievements of young people in Salford.

Dog-umentary shows canine care in Salford

12 August 2014
Salford City Council's dog wardens are showing off their canine care in a new television documentary.

Youth Day celebrations planned

7 August 2014
From barbecues to bingo, football to float painting, young people are planning a range of events to celebrate the positive achievements of young people in Salford.

Salford signs up to protect children

7 August 2014
Young people have given their backing to Salford City Council in an international fight against sexual violence against children.

Tyre dealers on road to prosecution

6 August 2014
Trading standards in Salford has sent out a warning to used tyre dealers in Salford.

Kids flood in to swim for free

29 July 2014
Free swimming has already caused a big splash in Salford.

Flying the flag for Salford's parks

28 July 2014
Four parks and a cemetery have kept their top awards for another year.

Specialist foster carers wanted

22 July 2014
People who can give extra help to young people going through difficult times are being urged to become specialist foster carers.

Delays likely due to Trinity Way road works

18 July 2014
A major road works scheme will affect traffic at the junction of Irwell Street and Trinity Way in Salford.

Businessman made a foolish mistake on April Fools' Day

17 July 2014
A Stockport man who illegally dumped waste in Salford has been fined.

Are you registered?

15 July 2014
The process for registering to vote is changing.

£4 million focus on families

9 July 2014
Salford City Council has awarded Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust (GMW) a renewed contract to run Salford Drug and Alcohol Services.

Industrial action update

7 July 2014
Council services will be affected by a national strike by public sector workers on Thursday 10 July.

Hidden carers offered help

3 July 2014
Hidden foster carers are being offered help as Salford launches its first ever private fostering week.

Grants could cut energy cost

1 July 2014
Salford residents can now apply for up to £7,000 in grants to help slash energy bills - thanks to a sausage dog called Little Bill.

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