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The Open Spaces Society, Britain’s oldest national conservation body, has called for the government’s adviser, Natural England, to do more to champion public paths.
Date Published 13/11/2017
A new economic index created by academics and based on a database of millions of properties has shown that average rent in the North West increased £13.42 or 2.29% over the last...
Every day in the UK people are going hungry because they cannot afford to eat.
When we leave the EU, the UK government will be able to negotiate new trade deals with countries around the world.
I have just shared The Children's Society's latest podcast with our MP. Could you please do so as well?
Watch the Oldham Council meeting that took place on Wednesday 8 November 2017 at the Council Chamber, Civic Centre, Oldham.
Singing star Saara Aalto – the X-Factor’s very own ‘snow fairy’ – will be the special guest at Oldham’s Christmas Lights Switch-On, Sunday 19 November.
The Queen and Prince Philip celebrate an incredible achievement on November 20 – their seventieth wedding anniversary. But Oldham has its own platinum couple – Harry and Joan...
Adam Jeffrey and Gary Morgan from Saddleworth Rangers played in the Lancashire Open Age game against Cumbria with a tough 22-4 victory over Cumbria at Thatto Heath. The result...
Britain is set to back a total ban on bee-harming pesticides, Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced on Thursday (9 November).
Two men have been charged in connection with an investigation into thefts reported across Greater Manchester and Lancashire.
Date Published 12/11/2017
Ward surgeries for the period from Monday 13 November 2017 to Sunday 19 November 2017 for queries or problems that need to be discussed with councillors.
It’s absolutely right that we take time this weekend to remember those who have died in recent wars. It should be a time for our country to acknowledge the sacrifices made for our...
Date Published 10/11/2017
History has a greater pull on our conscious when we discover a personal link to the past. It could be a distant ancestor, rediscovered by research into our family past. Or perhaps...
Could you help to make baby’s first Christmas extra special?
Do you knit?
First Manchester is honouring the armed forces community by offering free bus travel for serving troops, veterans and cadets on Sunday 12 November.
An investigation is underway following a collision between two trams at St Peter’s Square.
Trams were stopped across the network for a short period while the operator...
A global climate crisis is underway, with extreme weather and rising sea levels threatening the lives of millions of people. Action is urgently needed, but our...
There are four million children currently living in poverty in the UK.
Across the country, it is getting even tougher for low-income families to make ends meet.
The police are advising residents to register their valuables to help reduce property crime and improve the chances of getting it back in the event of loss or theft.
Police are warning residents about a fixed penalty notice scam.
Saddleworth & Lees Police team are running a number of drop in sessions working in partnership with the pastoral team at Saddleworth School.
Greater Manchester Police is holding a competition for children to design this year’s official GMP Christmas card.
Lee Lockwood and Wayne Turley, Saddleworth PCSOs, have received certificates in recognition of their actions during the flooding that blighted the Saddleworth area in 2016.
An elderly couple were subjected to a terrifying ordeal by axe wielding thugs who stole their car on Langley Avenue, Grotton on the evening of Thursday 9 November.
Santa Claus is coming to town on a festive double-decker bus with the return of a free family event at Elk Mill.
Police investigating a spate of distraction thefts in Oldham have made two arrests. Eighteen distraction thefts have been recorded across the borough by police since September...
Ex-military serviceman, Oldham-based Aaron Barnes is starting a new and exciting career in the retail motor sector, thanks to an innovative partnership between the forces and...
More than 2,000 primary school pupils have taken part in Crucial Crew - an event to highlight to youngsters the importance of staying safe.
Luke Swann, the director of Oldham-based education and publishing company, The Prologue, has been shortlisted for the BQ National Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the...
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