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Former Oldham Athletic manager Paul Scholes face accusations that he bet on football matches over the course of three and a half years prior to taking the reins at Boundary Park.
Date Published 17/04/2019
From today, (18th April 2019) NHS surgeries across Greater Manchester will be aiding poverty-struck patients by staging food banks on their premises.
Date Published 18/04/2019
Important improvement works to the Metrolink network will result in the closure of some lines over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
The Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester has criticised the Home Secretary for breaking promises and abandoning communities as emergency knife crime funding is confirmed.
A Rochdale man who approached underage girls in a park back in August and offered them cash for sex has been sent to prison for two years and three months.
Six-year-old Corey Ashton-Barker was special guest when Oldham’s new Cancer Research UK shop opened.
An investigation has been launched after a number of deliberate fires were started in Manchester City Centre, resulting in damage to several businesses.
Bookmark Festival returns to Oldham Libraries for its seventh year with lots of fun-filled, book-related events and activities for all ages to enjoy.
An investigation’s been launched and police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was injured during an incident where shots were fired at a property in Tameside.
Road infrastructure to serve a £35 million development of new employment space, hundreds of homes and jobs at Oldham’s ‘strategic gateway’ has been approved.
Date Published 16/04/2019
33-year old Adam Miller, 29-year old Martin Davies and 51-year old Dean Francis Wellington of Whitley Street in Chadderton, have been charged with possessing drugs with intent to...
An Oldham man has been chosen to star in a new awareness campaign that aims to shatter public misconceptions about Parkinson’s.
A teenage boy has been airlifted to hospital after being involved in an incident in Tameside on Monday afternoon which saw him come off his bike and suffer serious injuries.
The final total has been revealed for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up in the aftermath of the Manchester Arena terrorist nearly two years ago.
Police in Tameside are appealing for witnesses after a Mercedes car was stolen during a burglary back in March.
Date Published 15/04/2019
Through a series of events involving the entire academy community and several external agencies, the students and staff of The Oldham Academy North have come together to raise...
An Oldham man has been sent to prison for twenty months after he went around to his ex-girlfriend’s house and fire an air pistol just yards away from children walking to school.
Firefighters from across Greater Manchester and West Yorkshire have, once again, been battling a major blaze on grassland above Oldham over the course of the weekend.
A Carnegie library in Royton could be transformed into a restaurant after £2.4m plans to relocate the service into the old town hall were approved.
Date Published 12/04/2019
Another fire on the moors was reported this morning to GMFS (Greater Manchester Fire Service) at 11:40am.
So-called ‘upskirting’ is now a criminal offence as of this morning (Friday 12th April) as figures revealed Greater Manchester Police recorded six incidents in 2018 alone.
Former Welsh international footballer, Ched Evans, has settled out-of-court with his original legal team over their handling of his rape trial, which he was jailed for back in...
Police in Oldham have released CCTV images of a man they want to talk to in connection with a robbery at a betting shop in the town centre last week.
This morning, (11th April 2019) Greater Manchester Police executed a number of warrants in the Hattersley area and arrested four men and a woman on suspicion of offences including...
Date Published 11/04/2019
GMP’s Specialist Operation Branch, the team responsible for armed policing in Greater Manchester, will be providing increased visibility of officers throughout patrols of high...
Back for its 17th year, Oldham’s Sport Awards 2019 kicked off with the opening for nominations in a number of categories including Club of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and...
The borough will go to the polls on Thursday 2nd May.
A collision between a number of cars on one of the major roads into and out of Oldham resulted in long delays shortly after the end of Wednesday morning’s rush hour (10th April).
A man from Droylsden has been tracked down by National Crime Agency officers and arrested in South Africa after 21 years on the run.
Date Published 10/04/2019
Debbie Abrahams, MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth, has opened applications for her sixth annual Working for your community summer school - for 16-24 year olds which will take...
Greater Manchester’s ‘first of its kind’ application system to help youngsters find technical courses and apprenticeships will launch later this year.
A nurse from Bolton and Oldham’s top health and care officer are among members of the new NHS Assembly, that will support the delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan.
Firefighters were called at around 1:25pm to a series of moorland fires across Saddleworth and Oldham.
Date Published 09/04/2019
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with assault and possession of an offensive weapon following an incident in Failsworth on the evening of Wednesday 3rd April 2019.
Victims of stalking will be given replacement mobiles while theirs are analysed by police as part of a new scheme funded by the Greater Manchester mayor.
One of the oldest names on the high street has gone into administration after it was confirmed the retailer had fallen into the hands of lenders.
A small grant funding programme designed to enhance well-being for older people living on Anchor Hanover estates across the country including Runnymede Court in Royton has now...
One of Oldham’s MPs claims planned cuts to Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service would leave them “crippled and paralysed” if they go ahead.
A severely injured ewe gently cleans her dead baby ... both victims of another sickening dog attack at a beleaguered hill farm.
Armed officers from Greater Manchester Police have stormed three properties in Rochdale in connection with their investigation into money laundering offences following the arrest...
Combining creative arts and personal stories of cancer treatment, arts-based initiative 'Radiotherapy and Me' returns to Oldham Library 11am – 4pm this Saturday (13th April), with...
Date Published 08/04/2019
The proud organiser of the band of the grenadier guards visit to Uppermill yesterday praised the community for their support.
The 12 year old girl was sat at a bus stop at Market Place in Middleton at around 6.30pm on Monday 25th March, when she was approached by an unknown man.
Oldham Tesco is encouraging people in Greater Manchester to support Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life by popping to their local Tesco store to see it ‘turn pink’ on Saturday 6...
Date Published 05/04/2019
Thousands of delighted villagers and visitors thronged Uppermill today when the band of the Grenadier Guards marched fine the village High Street.
Thirty five members of the...
Greater Manchester Police have launched an investigation after a woman was raped in Oldham during the early hours of this morning (Friday 5th April).
Ex-Labour councillors turned independents are to be challenged for their seats in Oldham by their former party colleagues.
A hugely oversubscribed special school needs a new extension to cope with rising demand.
A Saddleworth village is on lockdown today when the Band of the Grenadier Guards make a spectacular public appearance.
A Rochdale man who was a passenger in a car pulled over for speeding - and his three accomplices - have been sentenced for tobacco fraud after an investigation by HM Revenue and...
A collision in Oldham this morning (Friday 5th April) brought traffic to a standstill during the rush hour when a bus stuck a van.
A teenager has been arrested after racially abusing a girl on a tram from Victoria Station towards Oldham on Saturday.
Date Published 04/04/2019
Oldham Council has successfully prosecuted the owner of a takeaway for breaching food safety laws.
An Oldham company which sold unsafe electrical goods has been ordered to pay £168,000 by the courts.
Date Published 03/04/2019
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