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Home makeover shows have been selling us the home renovation ‘dream’ for decades.
Date Published 25/10/2020
Innovative equipment from an Oldham-based company is helping businesses and venues keep their visitors Covid-secure as soon as they walk through the door - or rather, gate.
Northern has teamed up with web-based rail experts Realtimetrains.co.uk to give its customers live information about its trains.
With the clocks due to go back an hour later tonight (Sunday, October 25), GMP has issued its annual reminder to residents to use simple steps to stop burglars using the shield of...
Date Published 24/10/2020
It's time to get a tingle down your spine - but it is all for a good cause as the Friends of Diggle School (FODS) promise a really special trail to celebrate Halloween and the...
On Wednesday, November 25, toddlers, children and young people throughout Oldham are encouraged to put down their pens and take part in No Pens Day Wednesday; a national speaking...
The latest version of the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework - the long-awaited masterplan for housebuilding and job creation in the city-region - has been published.
Date Published 23/10/2020
Local author, Elaine Llyod is carrying on her husband's legacy by selling healing cushions and blankets.
Oldham Coliseum Theatre is reopening to socially distanced audiences from November with a programme of Covid-secure events, including a hard-hitting drama, virtual reality...
The end of an era is beckoning as hugely popular husband and wife team Margaret and Lawrence Smith prepare to call time on their Abbeyhills Road bakery after more than four...
This week's Dr Kershaw's winners have been announced (October 23).
A report updating councillors and the public on the progress made by the investigation team into historic allegations of child sexual exploitation in the Borough will be included...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson imposed Tier 3 restrictions upon Greater Manchester yesterday (Tuesday) after talks with local leaders failed to come to an agreement.
Oldham Council is supporting Marcus Rashford's campaign to provide free school meals during school holidays for those most in need.
Essential repairs are to be carried out to Oldham’s oldest Great War memorial at Austerlands in advance of Remembrance Sunday, which this year marks the centenary of the...
Latics assistant head coach Alan Maybury is looking for his team to build on plenty of promise shown in the last couple of games ahead of tomorrow's home League Two test against...
Engineers at bus operator First Manchester have begun a programme to fit clean air technology to the engines of its diesel fleet which will reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides...
Oldham RLFC has announced further squad strengthening for 2021 with the capture of a second young player from the renowned Wigan Warriors school of rugby league skills and...
Conlon Construction has been appointed as the contractor on the development of a locally-inspired indoor climbing centre in Oldham.
MPs voted down a Labour motion calling for workers in areas under Tier 3 Covid-19 restrictions to be paid at least 80pc of their income.
Police are hunting a gang of women who stole more than £2,000 worth of high-end clothes from Puddleducks on Uppermill High Street early yesterday (Thursday).
The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, has unveiled three extra support measures for businesses affected by Tier 2.
Date Published 22/10/2020
Covid, contamination, fewer bin collections and a Chinese ban on importing waste have all contributed to Greater Manchester’s recycling rates falling.
It comes after the Deputy Leader of the Labour Party called Chris Clarkson "scum" while debating coronavirus restrictions.
Revolution 96.2, which has been broadcasting in Oldham since August 1999, has been sold.
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South Chadderon Health Centre Patient Participation Group is involved with The Period Poverty Project: very much needed at this difficult time of COVID-19
Crompton Councillor Dave Murphy has welcomed the successful adjournment debate held in the House of Commons last Wednesday (October 14) in which MPs from all parties supported the...
Families in Oldham are being urged by the Royal Society for the Prevention Accidents (RoSPA) to take action to protect their children from the risks of household cleaning
One of central Oldham’s longest-established businesses - the multi-award-winning beauty salon Tymbuktu - celebrated its 40th birthday yesterday (Tuesday).
Date Published 21/10/2020
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