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While most of us are looking forward to Christmas, for people living with cancer, it can be a very different story.
Date Published 06/12/2019
Date Published 10/12/2019
As people seeking asylum and refugees, we are not allowed to vote.
469,000 workers suffered from work-related musculoskeletal disorders in 2017/2018.
Date Published 28/10/2019
Project Fear 2.0 is steaming ahead unhindered by facts or reality.
Date Published 10/10/2019
Did you know that there are currently 242 people in need of a kidney transplant in Greater Manchester whose diet will be restricted due to kidney disease?
Date Published 02/08/2019
On behalf of Alzheimer’s Society I would like to say a huge and heartfelt thank you to your readers.
Date Published 11/07/2019
Today marks the start of Carers Week (10th-16th June), an important date in our calendar as we recognise the 6.5 millions carers living in the UK.
Date Published 10/06/2019
Thank you to everyone who supported the Liberal Democrats in the European elections last week.
Date Published 30/05/2019
Every day people with a visible difference are being excluded from public life in Oldham with many facing discrimination, isolation and loneliness because of their mark, scar or...
Well the earthquake prophesied by Nigel Farage has well and truly shaken up the political landscape in the UK.
This Volunteers Week (1-7 June), I would like to take the opportunity to thank our fantastic volunteers who give so much of their time, skill and dedication for the benefit of...
Date Published 24/05/2019
There are nearly 30,000 people living with dementia in Greater Manchester and that number is set to rise in the next few years.
Date Published 08/05/2019
Any tactic to extend the leaving date if the EU is just a ploy by the Remainers to keep us in the European Union for as long as possible
Date Published 29/01/2019
Last August we set out to raise awareness of Attendance Allowance.
Date Published 08/01/2019
Just as well Mrs May wasn’t in charge when Captain James Cook went off exploring.
Date Published 07/01/2019
This is a call out to all chocoholics, cocoa bean lovers and confectionary enthusiasts!
Date Published 02/01/2019
All indications suggest that 2019 will be a wonderful year for our great country.
One of my annual highlights, the Queen's Christmas Day Broadcast, was totally ruined for me this year by widespread advance publication of its contents.
Date Published 27/12/2018
As we enter the New Year, I’m calling on Oldhamers to save lives in 2019 by supporting Bowel Cancer UK, the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity.
Date Published 20/12/2018
So, next year, 2019, will see another 3.1% increase in rail fares on average.
Date Published 11/12/2018
Mrs May is rapidly losing control of her Government, suffering three defeats within 63 minutes.
Date Published 05/12/2018
We’re supporting Carers Rights Day today (Friday).
Date Published 30/11/2018
Our shops rely on the generosity of the community, which is why for this year’s Giving Tuesday (tomorrow) and in the lead up to Christmas, we are asking local residents to give...
Date Published 26/11/2018
It is impossible to ignore that Christmas is fast approaching; from fairy lights to decorations, the hallmarks of the festive period are all around us.
Date Published 22/11/2018
It was thought to be ‘job done’ when the 2016 referendum result was delivered.
Over the next few weeks we are going to hear a barrage of gloomy propaganda and even financial and economic Armageddon if we do not back Theresa May’s deal or have no Brexit deal...
Date Published 20/11/2018
Hot on the heels of French President Emmanuel Macron calling for a European Army now we have Angela Merkel voicing the same rallying call.
Date Published 14/11/2018
Ernest Hirst was a Shaw man, and he was killed in France on July 15, 1916.
Date Published 09/11/2018
Your readers may have heard recently of the £240m of extra money being allocated to the social care system to ease pressure on the NHS this winter.
Date Published 08/11/2018
I’d like to invite your readers to get their glitter on this Christmas and help us fight back against meningitis.
Oh look, plans for a European army are still alive and well and this time being promoted by French President Emmanuel Macron.
I am appealing for used postage stamps which help me raise funds which I then donate to the Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Date Published 06/11/2018
Meningitis Now has now launched its 2018 Ribbon Appeal, which gives everyone an opportunity to remember loved ones this Christmas – and we’d like to invite your readers to...
This is a very special week for remembering our armed services and those men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Date Published 05/11/2018
This November 5, remember, please remember that for cats and dogs, Bonfire Night might seem more like The War of the Worlds than a traditional celebration.
Date Published 01/11/2018
Between £10 and £15 billion in welfare benefits lies unclaimed, according to official figures published by the DWP.
Date Published 30/10/2018
Halloween means spooky fun, but it also poses some truly frightening dangers to cats and dogs, so people should take precautions to make the day a treat, not a trick, for
Date Published 24/10/2018
We keep hearing about the People’s Vote campaign which is trying to whip up support for what in my view is an anti-democratic course of action.
Date Published 23/10/2018
The fate of the nation lies in the hands of Theresa May and she must stand up to the bully boys in Brussels who do not want us to leave the EU at all.
Date Published 15/10/2018
Charities are innovating and helping their communities thrive – despite gloomy predictions, cuts and other challenges.
Date Published 11/10/2018
As the days become colder, when I wake up all I want to do is spend the day in my pyjamas – don’t you?
Date Published 10/10/2018
Every cancer patient deserves the best possible chance of survival and early diagnosis is vital for adding years - as well as quality - to the lives of people with the disease.
Date Published 09/10/2018
We’d like to invite any of your readers who have been successful in the ballot for next year’s London Marathon, announced this week, to join our team and stride out to help beat...
Date Published 08/10/2018
No-one said it would be easy - and the continuing Brexit negotiations show that it is far from so.
No matter which way you vote or what your world view is, it’s vital that we find better ways to work together in our communities.
Date Published 04/10/2018
At the last Council meeting, Conservative Councillor Pam Byrne was the only one to oppose a Liberal Democrat motion that the sale of real fur be banned on Oldham's markets.
Date Published 27/09/2018
In an age where we are encouraged to use public transport for the sake of the environment and to ease congestion it is important that responsible dog owners can travel on all...
Date Published 26/09/2018
While I am by no means a fan of Theresa May’s Chequers proposal she has my full admiration for standing up to the bully boys of the EU.
Date Published 25/09/2018
I am trying to help my cousin research the paternal line of her family tree.
Date Published 24/09/2018
The news that only two out of 53 European countries are more overweight than Britain is a wake up call screaming at us to find more achievable ways to move more.
Date Published 14/09/2018
When it comes to rhetoric, Boris Johnson is right up there with the best.
Date Published 12/09/2018
This November sees the centenary of the armistice that ended the First World War.
Date Published 10/09/2018
The month of September marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month (CCAM) and CLIC Sargent, the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people and their families, is calling...
Date Published 06/09/2018
Theresa May’s pledge to use UK foreign aid money to drive economic growth in Africa is “missing the point” as far as the general public is concerned.
Date Published 04/09/2018
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