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A doctor's surgery in Glodwick had fears of a coronavirus case this morning (27th February)
Date Published 27/02/2020
Sarah Fry’s dreams came true when she received the news about scooping a £10,000 win with The Health Lottery.
Services for single homelessness people in the North West have seen a shocking 68% funding cut over the past ten years, according to the latest Local Authority Spending on...
Over the past few months Uppermill Band have worked tirelessly under the musical direction of Dean Redfern with the focus on a good result in the higher section at the North West...
Oldham has seen lower limb amputations related to diabetes rise by 31% since 2011.
Armed guards and police barriers surround a hotel in Tenerife, where 1,000 holidaymakers are in quarantine for two weeks, after four guests contracted Coronavirus.
Date Published 26/02/2020
Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has welcomed 17 new Special Constables, at the latest attestation ceremony at Sedgley Park on Tuesday 25th February.
Evidence of mouse droppings, dirty cooking equipment and accumulations of food debris led to the successful prosecution of an Oldham food business during a recent Tameside...
THE local unsung heroes of dramatic rescues have received a significant government boost to their funds for vital rescue support.
Oldham Council will meet to approve its budget for the coming year tonight.
Alexandra Park Junior School celebrated Safer Internet Day, with a serious of important lessons on keeping safe on the internet.
Staff and pupils at Cransley School in Northwich won't be able to attend school after it has closed amid fears of the spread of coronavirus.
Date Published 25/02/2020
A free cancer information and support roadshow is coming to Oldham, on Tuesday 3 March.
A new report, has found the political establishment spent decades turning a "blind eye" to allegations of child sexual abuse.
The owner of the WH Shaw Pallet site in Diggle begun demolition yesterday (24th February 2020) to make way for the Saddleworth School.
Flooding has caused disruption on the roads today across Oldham, Monday 24th February.
Date Published 24/02/2020
Oldham’s intrepid anti litter sleuth Ruth Major did not hesitate calling for order when she confronted the former speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow.
Murray Lachlan Young will be showing his family theatre show and Virtual Reality experience, The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps, on Saturday 29 February, at Oldham Library.
Nicola Casey from Oldham, is in the process of setting up a charity in memory of her late husband Ricky.
Oldham Council have launched a consultation to see if a selective licensing scheme for private landlords is needed in selected areas within 10 of the borough's wards.
One in four people in Oldham, (26%), who experience loneliness are drinking to cope, according to a Turning Point/YouGov poll published today (Monday).
The family and friends of a set of premature twins born at The Royal Oldham Hospital have helped raise vital funds for the hospital’s neonatal unit.
A dedicated Saddleworth amateur dramatic society have returned triumphant from a glittering award ceremony after pulling off a surprise win for the first time in their history.
The Met Office have issued a yellow weather warning for parts of Greater Manchester.
The local unsung heroes of dramatic rescues have received a significant government boost to their funds for vital rescue support.
A man who was seriously injured in a collision in Oldham has sadly died.
Town hall bosses have finally reclaimed land which housed the failed Collective Spirit School and plan to demolish it in place of hundreds of new homes, it’s been revealed.
Date Published 21/02/2020
NHS Blood and Transplant is urging people to find out the facts about organ donation and the upcoming law change, which is due to come into effect in England from later this...
Date Published 22/02/2020
Police investigating a rape that happened in Manchester city centre have released an image of a man they want to speak to.
The wet, windy, yet mild theme across Oldham and the north-west is set to continue throughout the weekend.
Construction work on the brand new state-of-the-art extension to Mahdlo Youth Zone is nearly complete, with the venue set to open with a VIP launch event on Monday, March 16.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace the next of kin of a man from Oldham.
Thousands of working parents could get more than £1,000 a month back in childcare support through Universal Credit.
A total of 11 men and women were arrested for aggravated trespass after chaining themselves to the gates of Tulip in Ashton yesterday (Thursday).
Oldham Council is set to approve plans to buy 19 new-build five-bedroom homes at Primrose Bank – providing much-needed new affordable housing in the borough.
Oldham West and Royton MP Jim McMahon attended a reception at the Battersea Dogs and Cats home aimed at showing support for increasing the maximum sentences for animal cruelty...
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (21st February).
A second man has been charged with the murder of a man in Oldham.
Almost 390,000 people in the North West receive universal credit according to the latest figures.
A derelict former Conservative club and shops in Oldham will be transformed into shared houses with up to 18 people living in one building.
The victim of a historical incident involving stabbing-victim Ahsan Khan says he has forgiven Mr Khan for his previous actions.
Date Published 20/02/2020
Barrhead Travel had it's official opening this afternoon in Oldham.
A meat manufacturer in Ashton has had their trade disrupted this morning.
Police have charged a 20-year-old man in connection with the murder of 19-year-old Ahsad Khan.
Oldham will be front and centre of this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival with a special garden showcasing its plans for the UK’s largest ‘urban farm’ and eco-park.
One in three people do not have confidence that Greater Manchester Police could help them in an emergency, a new survey has revealed.
Council bosses are investigating after huge amounts of rubbish and building waste was fly-tipped on land near to a children’s play area in Oldham.
Date Published 19/02/2020
Back in June 2019 the Home Office closed it’s call for evidence on abuse and Violence towards shopworkers, hundreds of shopworkers from the Co-operative Group, and thousands from...
The latest data has revealed that Oldham is one of the most expensive places to insure a car in the UK, outside of London - featuring in the top 10 in a new study.
A group of local employees had the chance to meet with Oldham’s Mayor this week when Councillor Ginny Alexander made a visit to Lees Brook Mill, the home of leading British toy...
A fourth man arrested in connection with the murder of a teenager in Oldham has been released under investigation.
Date Published 18/02/2020
The Illuminate Festival returns to Oldham this Friday with your chance to see Oldham town centre in a new light.
The council is developing a renewed town centre vision.
DNA to identify rogue dogs worrying sheep could be used in a major crackdown to protect moorland flocks.
Oldham East and Saddleworth MP Debbie Abrahams has been refused entry to India.
Date Published 17/02/2020
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