WHAT'S IN FRIDAY'S CHRONICLE
Date published: 08 March 2013
A ROW is growing over a new "faith-sensitive" secondary school that is set to open in Chadderton on land earmarked by Oldham Council as a prime housing development site. We have the details.
Also on the schools front, we report on a remarkable 80-year-old headmistress who is finally stepping down from the primary school she has served for 40 years.
We also report on a Chadderton man jailed for taking bags of drugs into a pop festival.
Meanwhile, we have the latest on Latics' build-up to a vital game at Tranmere as they look to pull themselves out of the League One relegation zone.
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